Going back millenia, Erzurum is one of the oldest cities of Anatolia, and the center of cultural and natural richness of the Eastern Anatolian Region.
Erzurum is famous for its historical artifacts that remain intact for thousands of years, natural beauties and a legendary cuisine.
Erzurum is world famous for Oltu stone products. A fossilized juniper product, jet stone is incorporated into countless varieties of souvenir and jewelry.
Bearing the traces of the past, Erzurum cuisine is calling you with its unique tastes. Make sure you taste the dishes prepared with organic milk and meat products of the animals fed at an altitude of 1800 to 3200 meters.
Located in Çoruh basin, which is declared the most habitable environment by World Health Organization, Erzurum is home to breathtaking natural beauties.
Tortum Waterfalls is one of Türkiye’s waterfalls. It formed by Lake Tortum overflowing the landslide mass in the Tev Valley.
10 vibes for Erzurum
You should try daytime and nighttime skiing in Palandöken that is a 10-minute drive from the city center.