Erzurum is one of the oldest settlements in Anatolia. There are many historical and natural beauties you will discover in Erzurum, a city built on the outskirts of Palandöken and surrounded by historical buildings. If you are planning a trip to Erzurum and you are looking for places to visit in Erzurum, take a look at the list we prepared…
Museums: If you want to discover the history of Erzurum, Erzurum Archeology Museum, Erzurum Atatürk House, Yakutiye Madrasa (Turkish Islamic Works and Ethnography Museum) are museums that we strongly recommend you to visit. Especially the Yakutiye Madrasah is worth seeing because of being a historical building.
Historical Buildings and Historical Sites: Erzurum, one of the oldest settlements in Anatolia, has hosted many civilizations throughout history. There are dozens of historic buildings you can see here.
Erzurum Castle, Three Domes, Twin Minaret Madrasah, Çobandede Bridge, Rüstempaşa Bazaar, Erzurum Clock Tower (Tray Minaret), Lalapaşa Mosque, Erzurum Ulu Mosque, Erzurum Murat Pasa Mosque, Ibrahim Pasha Mosque, Dervish Aga Mosque, Öşvank Church, Cimcime Sultan Tomb are historical places we recommend you to visit during your trip.
Natural Attractions: Erzurum has not only historical sites but also unique natural beauties.Narman Fairy Chimneys, Nene Hatun National Park, Tortum Lake, Tortum Waterfall and Coruh River are among these natural beauties and you should not return without visiting them.
Palandöken Ski Center: Erzurum is also home to the Palandöken Ski Center, one of the most important centers of winter sports in our country. In the winter, thousands of skiers come to Palandöken and have a pleasant winter holiday. If you are interested in winter sports and you are in Erzurum in the winter, you should definitely visit Palandöken Ski Resort.
Thermal Springs: One of the indispensable stop for tourists who want to rest and heal is the Erzurum Thermal Spring. Pasinler Thermal Spring and Erzurum Ilıca Thermal Spring are the other popular thermal springs in Erzurum.