You can find on this page the Turkey cities map to print and to download in PDF. The Turkey map city presents main cities, towns and presents the capital of Turkey in Asia.
Many of Turkey cities, even those known today as modern centers of business and industry, have ancient roots, and hold on to old town districts replete with the fine architecture from older eras, whether Ottoman, Byzantine, or Classical as its shown in Turkey cities map.

Map of Turkey with cities

Map of Turkey city

The map of Turkey with cities shows all big and medium towns of Turkey. This map of cities of Turkey will allow you to easily find the city where you want to travel in Turkey in Asia. The Turkey cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Set on a beautiful natural harbor, Fethiye is stunning, thanks to the pristine turquoise waters and the forest-covered hills that border it. Lying only eight kilometers from the Geek island of Chios as its mentioned in the map of Turkey with cities, Cesme is a seaside resort city has a wonderful waterside promenade, a stunning Genoese castle and a lot more for visitors to enjoy. Also known as Sanliurfa, as well as ‘the Prophet City’, Urfa has a wealth of beautiful old buildings scattered about town and many people come here on pilgrimages or to replenish their spirits. The busiest port on the Black Sea, Trabzon’s strategic location on the old Silk Road means that it has been fought over and ruled by different people and cultures for millennia.

Once home to the famous Persian poet Rumi, Konya is known nowadays for its wealth of beautiful architecture that dates back to when it was the capital of the Rum Sultanate. A conservative city, it is an economic powerhouse in the region and more and more tourists are visiting every year. A trendy, cool place to hang out, Bodrum is a fantastic city that has everything you could want in a holiday destination as you can see in the map of Turkey with cities. With lovely beaches and a picturesque look, the city Aegean character shines through in its traditional whitewashed houses and the delightful little cafes and cobbled alleys that you can find about town. Once the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Edirne grand past is visible all about you, as fantastic old imperial buildings, palaces and mosques are scattered about here and there.

A lively and fun city to visit, Kusadasi is a popular holiday destination thanks to the plethora of package-tour companies that operate here. Lying on the coast, there are a multitude of hotels, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs for visitors to enjoy, with the party scene being particularly memorable. Lying on the shores of the delightful Bay of Izmir, the third-largest city in Turkey is home to a huge port and is a youthful place, teeming with life and energy as its shown in the map of Turkey with cities. The small town of Urgup is a quiet, laidback place for the most part, and is the perfect base from which to explore the stunning Cappadocia region of Turkey. Lying on the Gulf of Antalya, Antalya coastline looks absolutely stunning and the towering cliffs offer up spectacular views of the mountains off in the distance.

Map of Turkey with major cities

Map of Turkey with main cities

The map of Turkey with major cities shows all biggest and main towns of Turkey. This map of major cities of Turkey will allow you to easily find the big city where you want to travel in Turkey in Asia. The Turkey major cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Turkey most populous city is Istanbul, which has a population of over 11 million as its mentioned in the map of Turkey with major cities. Not only is it the largest city in Turky, but it is the 8th largest city proper in the entire world. Turkey next largest city, Ankara, has just 3.5 million inhabitant a far cry from the 11 million people in Turkey but still a respectable number that contributes to this country huge population. Turkey also has four additional cities with populations exceeding one million, 72 cities with populations ranging between 100,000 and 1,000,000, and 424 cities with populations of at least 10,000.

Istanbul is the most populated city in Turkey with a total population of 14,967,667 residents. The majority of the city’s population resides in the European part of the city, which also makes it one of the largest cities in Europe as you can see in the map of Turkey with major cities. Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the second-largest city with a total population of 5,445,026 residents. Izmir is the third-largest city in Turkey both by population and size. The city is home to 2,947,000 in its urban area, and 4,3 million people in the Metropolitan municipality. Konya is located between Ankara and Antalya and has a total population of 2,161,303 residents. It was known as Iconium during classical antiquity and has since been ruled by various civilizations, including Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, and Seljuk Turks.

Bursa has a population of 1,854,285 people. The city is located in northwestern Anatolia in the Marmara region as its shown in the map of Turkey with major cities. Adana is the birthplace of Turkish kebab and one of the major cities in southern Turkey. The region surrounding the city is known as Çukurova and is considered to be one of the most fertile lands in the country. Gaziantep, also known as Antep is located in the western part of the Southeastern Anatolia region. The city is home to 1,556,381 people. Antalya is the gateway to resort towns such as Side, Alanya, and Belek. The city is home to 1,203,994 people in the urban area, and 2,222,562 in the metro area.

Capital of Turkey map

Map of Turkey capital

The capital of Turkey map shows the main city of Turkey. This capital map of Turkey will allow you to easily plan your travel in the capital of the country Turkey in Asia. The capital of Turkey map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Ankara is the capital of Turkey. Located in the central part of Anatolia, the city has a population of 4.5 million in its urban centre and over 5.6 million in Ankara Province as its mentioned in Capital of Turkey map, making it Turkey second-largest city after Istanbul. On 23 April 1920 the Grand National Assembly of Turkey was established in Ankara, which became the headquarters of the Turkish National Movement during the Turkish War of Independence. Ankara became the new Turkish capital upon the establishment of the Republic on 29 October 1923, succeeding in this role the former Turkish capital Istanbul (Constantinople) following the fall of the Ottoman Empire.

Serving as the capital of the ancient Celtic state of Galatia (280–64 BC), and later of the Roman province with the same name (25 BC–7th century), the city of Ankara is very old with various Hattian, Hittite, Lydian, Phrygian, Galatian, Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman archaeological sites as you can see in Capital of Turkey map. The Ottomans made the city the capital first of the Anatolia Eyalet (1393–late 15th century), and then the Angora Vilayet (1867–1922).

The city was subsequently passed under the control of the Roman Empire. In 25 BC, Emperor Augustus raised it to the status of a polis and made it the capital city of the Roman province of Galatia. In its heyday, Roman Ankara was a large market and trading center but it also functioned as a major administrative capital, where a high official ruled from the city Praetorium, a large administrative palace or office. At about the same time, the themes were established in Anatolia, and Ancyra became capital of the Opsician Theme, which was the largest and most important theme until it was split up under Emperor Constantine V (r. 741–775); Ancyra then became the capital of the new Bucellarian Theme as its shown in Capital of Turkey map.