Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey with a population of about 4 million, the capital of Izmir province. It is located on the coast of the Aegean Sea in the west of Turkey and is the "capital" of the Aegean region. It is also an important transport and trade center due to its harbor, Turkey's second largest port after Istanbul.
The history of Izmir dates back to the third millennium BC, was called in ancient times "Smyrna". It is home to many ancient civilizations such as Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman.
Is one of the tourist attractions in Turkey and is also used as a transit station to other places around it such as Ephesus, Bergama, Chishmi, etc.
The Mediterranean climate is mild, summer is hot and dry, winter is warm and rainy.
In Izmir there are many religious and tourist attractions, including the Kamaralti Mosque, Sarligi Oglu Mosque, Kadivikali Castle, the Archaeological Elevator, the Archaeological Museum, the Clock Tower, the Museum of Ethnography, the Ataturk Museum and many others.
We recommend that you do not leave Izmir without spending some time in the Alsangak area, which is the main center of entertainment, nightlife, restaurants and cafes distinctive
Shopping in İzmir is a great pleasure for its visitors. The city offers them many options, from the Kemerali market where you can find all your favorite jewelery and jewelery, a wide variety of clothes, popular cuisine, and authentic Ottoman atmosphere. Along the Corniche and Al-Gomhouria Street, in commercial complexes such as Gawwar, and Bornova Forum