Почему вы должны жить в Турции ?

Почему вы должны жить в Турции ?

Thanks to its climate and natural beauty, Turkey is one of the most preferred countries by foreigners. Affordable property prices in 81 different cities are the most important reasons why tourists choose Turkey. Living in Turkey, which has 4 different seasons and has hosted many civilizations with its ancient history, has many advantages. So why should you live in Turkey?

We will explain the answer to this question by giving you examples. You decide at the end of our article!

What are the advantages of living in Turkey?

There are actually quite a lot of advantages of living in Turkey , especially in many interviews where the opinions of Russian tourists are taken into account.

Some of them are as follows:

  1. Almost most days of the year are sunny,
  2. Since the winter season is not too harsh, there is no need to buy winter clothes and shoes every year,
  3. Surrounded by warm seas on three sides,
  4. There are always fresh vegetables and fruits here,
  5. You can sell an ordinary apartment in Russia and buy a house of 100 square meters in Antalya,
  6. There are no alcoholics or drug addicts on its streets,
  7. Drug use is prohibited
  8. From the window you can see the sea and mountains,
  9. People respect each other
  10. Citizens are equal before the law
  11. Children are given great importance
  12. The sea and streets are clean,
  13. The streets are safe
  14. The people are very friendly and hospitable.

Another of the most frequently asked questions by foreign citizens concerns the livability of Turkish cities.

Which cities are the most suitable for working in Turkey?

What are the safest cities in Turkey?

What are the most beautiful cities for a holiday in Turkey?

Our best estate manager Vlad Musteata said: “We’ve done the research so you can clearly find the answers to all these questions! Here is Türkiye and its beautiful cities!”


Почему вы должны жить в Турции ?

Best cities to work in Turkey

According to Forbes, the ten most suitable cities for doing business and working in Turkey are:

  • Istanbul – Score: 68.9

  • Ankara – Score: 66.13

  • Izmir – Score: 62,394

  • Tekirdag – Score: 61,465

  • Kocaeli – Score: 59,986

  • Antalya – Score: 59.17

  • Yalova – Score: 58,078

  • Bursa – Score: 57,139

  • Eskisehir – Score: 56.8410

  • Trabzon – Score: 53.38

We would like to tell you a little more about this subject. We have researched and collected for you the cities where you can work in Turkey, by professional groups and regions. Let’s continue reading.

Mediterranean region

Provinces in the Mediterranean region such as Antalya , Adana, Mersin and Muğla are renowned for their tourism value in Turkey and around the world due to their award-winning beaches and magnificent nature. However, agriculture is one of the highly developed sectors in the Mediterranean region due to the year-round average temperature and suitable soil structure. This is why you can find work at all levels of the tourism and agricultural sector in cities such as Antalya, Adana, Mersin and Mugla.

Marmara region

Cities that stand out for employment and career opportunities in the Marmara region, Turkey’s most industrialized region; Istanbul , Bursa and Kocaeli. Since many companies in various sectors such as computer science, advertising, textiles and food including the industrial sector are headquartered in Istanbul, career opportunities have become quite common. Bursa, which has become a hub for international companies manufacturing automobiles and home appliances in Turkey, offers employment opportunities in terms of computer science and tourism, as well as industry. In Kocaeli, which is close to Istanbul, technical jobs can be found such as technician and engineer in the industrial sector, especially in the production of ships and mechanical parts.

Central Anatolia

Cities in the Central Anatolia region offer a variety of career opportunities at all levels in fields such as organic agriculture, animal husbandry, milk and dairy products.

Since agriculture and livestock farming are developed in Aksaray, Çankırı, Karamana, Kırıkkale and Kırşehir, professions such as agricultural engineering, veterinary medicine, food processing technician and food engineering are common. Since many Turkish government agencies have their headquarters in Ankara, Ankara, which is the center of Anatolia, is home to a large number of government employees.

What are the safest cities in Turkey?

In addition to many criteria such as job opportunities, climate and educational opportunities, one of the most important criteria for deciding to live in a country is safety. So, which cities in Turkey are the safest to live in?

Due to its location, many foreign citizens may think that Turkey is dangerous. However, it is not. Many cities in Turkey are included in the top 50 safest cities in the world.

It was concluded that Eskisehir, which is known to most students in Turkey, is the 10th safest city in the world. Bursa, an industrial city, ranks 27th, while Izmir ranks 49th with its warm climate and beautiful palm trees. Antalya, one of the most important holiday centers in the world and most preferred by tourists, follows the list in 61st order. Ankara ranks 182nd and Istanbul 263rd.

Which cities are most suitable for a holiday in Turkey?

As we mentioned earlier, Turkey is a tourist paradise with its climate, history and natural beauty. When you visit Istanbul, you can discover ancient architectural structures, dive into the warm waves of Antalya’s seas, taste the world-famous local dishes of Gaziantep and see natural beauty throughout Turkey.

The most preferred holiday regions in Turkey are:


You can have the opportunity to have a holiday that you will not regret by coming to Alanya, which is one of the most beautiful places for swimming in the summer season. You can cool off by swimming at the magnificent beaches ( Cleopatra ) of Alanya and enjoying the view of Alanya from Alanya Castle .

We hope you enjoyed reading our article about the cities you can live in in Turkey. You can read our other articles to learn more about Turkey.

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