Turkey’s warm, sunny climes ensure that it remains a popular tourist hotspot, but it is so much more than just a resort destination. From ancient Ephesus (Efes) to the magnificent curve of Aya Sofya’s Byzantine dome, Turkey is home to many world-famous cultural and historic monuments. Influenced by an impressive list of historical figures and civilisations – the Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans – have all left their distinctive marks on this important stop along the Silk Road. Experiencing this mighty legacy for yourself from İstanbul’s sprawling Topkapı Palace to the mysterious Lycian ruins is just one of the many benefits of obtaining Turkish citizenship by investment.
The country boasts a plethora of picturesque landscapes, but perhaps the most beautiful is to be found in Asian Anatolia, where visitors can enjoy breathtaking vistas provided by the sheer Mediterranean coastline and Cappadocia’s rocky ‘fairy chimney’ formations and wavy valleys provide an otherwordly view.