Erzurum City

Erzurum is a city founded in 1959 meters above sea level in Eastern Anatolia. It stands out with its history and sports tourism. Its history dates back to 4000 BC. There are traces of many great civilizations such as Urartians, Byzantines, Romans and Ottomans. Palandöken Ski Center is one of the most important points of both the city and our country in terms of winter tourism. Located at the foot of Palandöken Mountain with a height of 3125 meters, this ski center welcomes many local and foreign athletes.

Erzurum – Where to see

Yakutiye Medresesi, Türk-İslam Eserleri ve Etnografya Müzesi Erzurum

The Yakutiye Madrasah reflects the traditional architectural style of the Seljuk Period and is of…

Erzurum Atatürk Evi Müzesi

Atatürk House: It was built in the end of the 19th century by one of…

Çifte Minareli Medrese – Erzurum

The Double Minaret Madrasah is a Seljuk monument that has become the symbol of Erzurum.…

Palandöken Ski Center – Erzurum

Palandöken is a ski center with a starting height of 2200 meters and the peak…

Erzurum – Where to stay

Palan Otel – Erzurum

Palan Hotel is one of the biggest hotels of Erzurum Palandoken Ski Center. Palandöken is…

Dedeman Palandöken – Erzurum

Dedeman Palandöken, located at the lower slopes of Palandöken mountain, is welcoming guests with its…

Saltuk Hotel – Erzurum

The hotel, which started to serve as “Hotel Emre” in 1988, has been renamed “Saltuk…

Otel Zade – Erzurum

Hotel Zade welcomes its guests in a central location in Erzurum and offers a comfortable…

Erzurum – Where to eat

Coşkun Güveç Dünyası – Erzurum

Cağ kebab always comes to mind when you think what to eat in Erzurum but…

Emirşeyh Kebap – Erzurum

In 1950, Nedim Usta’s meatball adventure started with a small wheeled mobile car and became…

Dönerci Hacı Baba – Erzurum

Celal Emeç started her activities with a small shop in 1964 and focused her hard…