ERZURUM CITY GUIDE
Erzurum is the biggest city of the Eastern Anatolian Region and is also a very ancient settlement place. As the city is established at the skirts of Palandöken Mountain, the city had gained great importance in the field of winter tourism during the recent years. The city houses numerous historically rich works of art and therefore the city is like a cultural center having the major potential for tourism.
Sites of Interest
Fidanlık, Uzunoluk and Horasan Nurseries forest recreation areas, Ilıca hot springs, Dumlu hot spring, Pasinler hot spring and mineral spring, Tortum water falls, Erzurum, Aşkale, Cinis, Pırtın, Hınıs, Toprakkale, Kalecik, İspir, Oltu, Avnik, Bardız (Gaziler), Tortum, Ağca, Azort, Üngüzel, Hasankale and Van castles, Kotarus (Citharizon) setlement and church, Erzurum, Hınıs and Pasinler Grand Mosques Çifte Minareli Medrese (old theological school) also known as Hatuniye Medresesi and Yakutiye, Ahmediye, Kurşunlu, Pervizoğlu, Şeyhler and Kadıoğlu old theological schools (medrese), Erzurum and İspir castle mosques, Tepsi Minare (Clock Tower), Lala Pasha, Murad Pasha, Gülcü Kapısı (Ali Ağa), Boyahane, Caferiye, Kurşunlu (Feyziye), Pervizoğlu, Derviş Ağa, Gümrük, Bakırcı, Narmanlı, İbrahim Pasha, Şeyhler, Cennetzade, Topal Çavuş, Çarşı (Tuğrul Şah), Arslan Pasha, Sivaslı, Süleyman Han and Bardız mosques, Emir Saltuk (Melik Gazi), Karanlık, Gümüşlü, Cimcime Sultan, Rabia Hatun, Mehdi Abbas (Emir Şeyh), Evreni, Söylemez Ana, Söylemez Baba, Mısri Zinnun, Ferruh Hatun, Gülperi Hatun Vault mousoleums, Taşhan (Rüstem Pasha) Inn (caravansary), Gümrük, Cennetzade, Kamburoğlu and Hacı Bekir Inns, Boyahane, Lala Pasha, Kırk Çeşme, Murad Pasha and Saray baths, Çobandede, Derviş Ağa and Küpeli bridges, Erzurum Archeology, Çifte Minareli Medrese and Erzurum Congress Museums.