Eskisehir: A romantic city divided into halves by the Porsuk Creek, Eskisehir is one of the most innovative cities of Turkey.
The city which attracts the attention for its dense population of students was founded by the Phrygians in 1000 BC. Elected 2013 Capital of ICH and Cultural Capital of the Turkish World Eskisehir is the hub of numerous historical and cultural landmarks and natural wonders.
Sepiolite, used in the making of decorative items and jewelry, is extracted and processed by hand only in Eskisehir.
The hometown of notable names of Turkish history and literature such as Nasreddin Hodja and Yunus Emre, Eskisehir offers a variety of alternatives to have a good time.
Eskisehir welcomes all vacationers who want to meet Anatolia’s youngest city and explore the traces of different historical periods.
Located at the midpoint of Anatolia, Eskisehir is densely populated by students as the city is home to well-known universities. Representing a combination of both history and modern culture the city can be visited and enjoyed any season of the year. Founded on the banks of Porsuk River 3000 yearsRead More
Well known for its river running through the middle of the city, its young population and modern facade, Eskisehir is a popular venue where a variety of events and activities take place. Held in May every year, the International Eskisehir Film Festival organizes screening sessions of critically acclaimed international films.Read More
How can I get there?
Located at the mid-point and equidistant from almost all cities of Anatolia, Eskisehir is accessible through a variety of transportation possibilities. The city has an airport but the flights that are offered may not be on a daily basis. Eskisehir may alternatively reached by taking a flight to Ankara EsenboğaRead More