239 Kms from Amasya
Come to my arms, or, let me live in your stomach. Wake up your sleeping taste bud, immersing with food. Only food and travelling should not be wasted in the world. Turkish cuisine is counted as one of the best in the world, ranking the third place apart from China and France. This summer, I finally made a tour to my obsessed Turkey with excitement.
264 Kms from Amasya
While the Turkish capital is inherently modest, it greatly survives on intellect and vigour. Its streets dotted with the most charming cafes and restaurants will transport you into a different era altogether and get your creative juices flowing. This economic giant also boasts of some exceptional museums and monuments and is therefore an integral part of every Turkey itinerary.
81 Kms from Amasya
A port city along the coast of the Black Sea, Samsun is located between two rivers, Kizilirmak (the Red River) and the Yesilirmak (the Green River), both of which were crossed during my drive through Samsun. The River Mert, which meets the sea in Samsun, was another river we crossed.