FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
The quiet and dusty little town of Kâhta is nobody’s favorite place in Turkey and is really nothing more than a good base for exploring Mt. Nemrut. There are a few good hotels and places to eat, but nothing to see.
The construction of the large Atatürk Dam and the resulting rising waters have meant that Kâhta is now a lakeside town, and a number of restaurants have taken advantage of this,
opening up near the water, which makes a pleasant setting for a meal.
At 4,000 feet and surrounded by snowcapped mountains and tumbling waterfalls, the mountain village of Ayder, with its wooden chalets and wandering...
As the region's commercial, cultural, and political center, Diyarbakır and its ancient basalt walls command a bluff overlooking the Tigris River...