Konya City

Konya, Turkey is the largest province in terms of surface area. It hosted many civilizations in its history dating back to 7000 BC. Çatalhöyük, one of the oldest settlements in the world, has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city was the capital of the Anatolian Seljuks. Due to its location on the Silk Road, Konya's historical inns, Turkish baths, madrasahs, caravanserais attract great attention. The mausoleum of the great thinker Mevlana Celalettin Rumi is in Konya. With its tolerance and love-based philosophy, Mevlana's Journey and Museum is a separate attraction. When you go to Konya, meat loaf, lamb tandoori and okra soup should be eaten.

Konya – Where to see

Taş ve Ahşap Eserleri Müzesi İnce Minare Konya

The madrasa, one of the typical examples of Seljuk architecture, was opened to visitors as…

Konya Archeology Museum

Konya Archeology Museum was opened for the first time in 1901 in the building in…

Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden

Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden has 3500 m2 trip area and ​​7,600 m2 for total use.…

Mevlâna Museum – Konya

While the place of Mevlana Lodge, which is used as a museum today, is the…

Konya – Where to stay

Bablin Butik Otel Konya

Bablin Boutique Hotel is in Konya, the ancient capital of Seljuk; It was opened in…

Ramada Plaza By Wyndham Konya

Rising in the sky with its majestic and modern architecture, Ramada Plaza Konya is the…

Konya – Where to eat

Hacı Şükrü Kebap Salonu Konya

Hacı Şükrü is one of the restaurants that has been serving in Konya for 4…

Kandil Etliekmek Evi Konya

Kandil Etliekmek House is located on Mengüç Street, which is the Attraction Center of Konya…

Kuzucu Ali – Konya

Konya Cuisine houses the dishes of the Seljuk Palace Cuisine and Mevlevi Dhergi Cuisine. Lamb…