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The city of Izmir (ADB) lies right on the Turkish Aegean coast and is the third largest city in Turkey. Vacationers will find many attractions worth a visit here. But the surrounding region also has some wonderful destinations in store. The famous seaside resorts of Kusadasi and Cesme are both very close and easy to reach by car. The Greek islands of Chios and Samos can also be reached by boat in a short time. Izmir (ADB) also houses the popular Turkish bazaars, first and foremost the well-known Bazaar Kemeralti. Visitors can buy gold jewelery, clothing and Turkish specilities here.
The Pearl of the Aegean, Izmir (ADB) is one of the most popular vacation destinations in Turkey. Book your Izmir (ADB) flights today and discover the many cultural sights and fantastic destinations in the surrounding region. With around 5,000 years of history, the city has much to see. Visitors should begin their journey of discovery at the tower in the harbor, the city's landmark. The Agora, the central square of Smyrna, is a little more lively. In addition to Izmir's (ADB) many mosques, there are also nine synagogues that are often visited by travelers.
If you want to find out more about the city's history, you can visit one of Izmir's (ADB) museums. Book your Izmir (ADB) flights now and visit the ethnological museum depicting the typical lives of the city's residents in the 19th century. Next door is the archaeological museum exhibiting important finds from across the whole country. Shoppers will love Izmir (ADB), especially for its many bazaars. But the more Western-oriented Bornova shopping center also offers an unforgettable shopping experience spread over 45,000 square meters. The Cigli Birds Park and city of Pergamon are located in the surrounding region, roughly 100 kilometers north of Izmir (ADB). In the evenings, there are many restaurants offering local cuisine. They serve up Turkish specialties like soups, kebabs, kofte and pitta bread.