84. Fly over Cappadocia in a Hot Balloon - Hot Air Balloons take tourists over the different areas of the diversified landscape of Cappadocia. Tourists travel over fairy chimneys, through valleys scattered with pigeon houses, over orchards and vineyards.
85. Sahaflar Carsisi For Book Lovers - The Second Hand Book Bazaar or Sahaflar Carsisi has been a book and paper market since Byzantine times. It now includes new titles, secondhand books, historical maps, and ancient texts.
86. Discover the Saklikent (Hidden City) - This is a massive gorge/canyon, which has a river flowing right through it. There is a walking path for visitors, to walk the gorge from one end to the other.
87. Explore The Beauty of Yedi Goller (The 7 Lakes) in Bolu - Yedigöller National Park is also known as Seven Lakes National Park. It is located in the northern part of Bolu Province in Turkey. The Park is very beautiful and tranquil.
88. Walk at Kayamaki underground City - This is contained within the citadel of Kaymakli in the Central Anatolia region. The houses in the village are constructed around, close to one hundred tunnels, of the underground city.
89. Windsurf in Alacati, Cesme Peninsula - Placed on the Cesme Peninsula, Alacati is the perfect surf point in the Turkish Aegean Sea. Excellent windsurfing and perfect wind conditions make it the best location for all windsurfers.
90. Visit Sumela Monestry - Sumela Monastery is a Greek Orthodox Monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It is located on the Melá Mountain within the Pontic Mountain Range, in Maçka district of Trabzon Province.
91. Experience the Apricot Festival of Malatya - Turkey is the leading producer of apricots in the world and dried apricot production is centred in Malatya. The Annual Apricot Festival, around 8th July, draws local and international buyers.
92. Swimming in Oludeniz, Fethiye - This is a beautiful blue lagoon with a wonderful beach. Swimming with the turtles in the lagoon is the highlight of swimming in Oludeniz. Other activities include flying fishing, canoeing.
93. Ski in Uludag - Uluda? has a ski centre and all apparatus required for advanced and non-advanced skiing. The best times for skiing in Uluda? is during the period December 20th to March 30th.
94. Trekking at Ayder Plateau - The Trans Kaçkar trail, a hiking trail of the Kaçkar Mountains, is 45 km from Rize to Artvin. The 20-hour walk begins at Helek and ends in the Ayder Plateau.
95. Rafting in Coruh River in Artvin - Coruh River can best be run in the months of May/June and in 5 days, each day offering a different section. Highlights include Ispir Gorge and Grade 5 Yusefeli Gorge.
96. Mud roll in Gokceada - Part of Canakkale, Gokceada is famous for its health-restoring mud. The black mud is rich in minerals and is thought to cure health problems such as rheumatism, and also psoriasis.
97. Whirling Dervishes Ceremony in Istanbul - The Galata Mevlevi Museum, or tekke, is the most famous Mevlevi Whirling Dervish Hall. The Museum is Located on Galipdede Caddesi. This ceremony takes place every Sunday at around 7 pm.
98. The Trojan Horse Troy - The Trojan Horse Troy is in Truva, Turkey. In 1996 the Government declared the archaeological site and surroundings a national historical park and gave it an official name of Troia.
99. Turkish Soap Operas - Soap Operas are very popular in Turkey. They include A?k-? Memnu, Kuzey Güney, Muhte?em Yüzy?l, Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne, Cesur ve Güzel, Leyla ile Mecnun, Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman Ki, Medcezir.
100. Walk around Samandere Waterfall in Duzce - Samandere Waterfall is a waterfall in Düzce Province. It is the first ever registered natural monument of the country It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Düzce.
101. Amasya Archaeology Museum to Explore 7 different civilization - Amasya Museum is known as Archaeological Museum of Amasya. It exhibits archaeological artefacts found in and around the city and ethnographic items related to the region's history of cultural life.