Mardin: Preserved since the ancient times with great care, Mardin located in the Southeastern Anatolian region, has always been the focus of attention for its cultural mosaic and unique architecture.
Giving the impression of an elaborately detailed painting when viewed from different angles from a distance, Mardin is the crossroads of different religions coexisting with each other.
Located on the Silk Road, the city has been home to different civilizations over time and become well-known both for its traditions and its unique cuisine.
Surrounded by high mountains, Mardin has a continental climate. The cold winters are followed by hot summer months. Thanks to the microclimate effective in some parts of the region products such as cotton, olives and nuts are produced as well.
Do not miss the chance to explore the mythic city located at the border of Turkey.
Mardin, which attracts the attention of all culture enthusiasts for its history, nature and culture, has many hidden treasures to reveal. Midyat, is among the most popular tourist attractions of the city. The city is literally an open-air museum bearing stone houses, mansions and vaulted passages and historic churches withRead More
Mardin, which welcomes many visitors from around the world for its cultural mosaic and protected sites, draws attention also for its festivals. Mardin International Youth and Children's Theatre Festival is held in November each year and welcomes young talents rom various countries of the world. The festival program includes aRead More
How can I get there?
The gate to a completely different geography, Mardin can be accessed via a variety of transportation options. There are connecting flights from Istanbul and other major destinations to Ankara and from there to Mardin Airport five days a week. The shuttles, public buses and taxis stationed outside of the airportRead More