Turkey - Northeastern Anatolia (Chapter)
This is the Northeastern Anatolia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Turkey guidebook.
Despite its wealth of attractions, northeastern Anatolia remains largely untouched by even the domestic tourist circuit, and its glorious landscapes are refreshingly coach-party free. The region is prime territory for trekking (make a beeline for the Kaçkar Mountains and Mt Ararat), white-water rafting and skiing.
- lose yourself in the past glories of Ani, a former Armenian capital strewn across the steppe
- trek over 3000m in the Kaçkar Mountains, or tackle day walks from nearby serene villages like Barhal and Yaylalar
- experience Hemşin culture and cuisine in the Fırtına Valley’s.
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Erzurum, Palandöken, Kaçkar Mountains, Georgian Valleys, .Artvin, Kars, Ani, Sarıkamış, Doğubayazıt and Mt Ararat (Ağrı Dağı).
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