Onur Erturk is a local tour guide in Ankara, Turkey speaking Türkçe (native), English

Onur Erturk
First visit: 22 April 2023
Last visit: 08 August 2023
Ankara, Turkey
Türkçe (native), English,
since 2007
Ankara City Tours, Cappadocia Tours, Hattusa Tours, Ephesus Tours, East Anatolia Tours, Southeast Anatolia Tours, Turkey Tours... Archaeologist Tour Guide Onur, guides tour groups all around Turkey, in cultural, archaeological, architectural, religious, arts, and nature tours. He speaks advanced English and Turkish, also knowledgeable on the aspects of Turkey from the past and today. He has guided hundreds of tour groups in Turkey, traveled tens of thousands of kilometers together with his guests. Onur shares cultural, social, artistic and natural values of Turkey with his guests. Thanks to his education and background in Archaeology and Art History, he leads cultural excursions and visits from the Palaeolithic caves to Seljuk caravanserais, from Lycian cities to Roman theatres, from Byzantine architectural structures to the modern cities of Turkey . He also shares unique natural beatuies of Anatolia with his guests; from heavenly Black Sea plateaus to less known East Anatolian lakes, to Mediterranean pine forests, deep blue seas of the Aegean and so on. Onur works with different licensed Group A travel agencies in Turkey and he guides groups from the USA, Britain, Canada, South Africa, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India and also from Turkey.
Archaeologist Tour Guide Onur Ertürk is licensed from the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism and he is registered to the Chamber of Tour Guides of Ankara. He graduated from Bilkent University at Ankara from the department of Archaeology and History of Art. He studied on wide range of archaeological and art historical fields of the Ancient Near East; especially, Mesopotamia, the Aegean and Anatolia. Onur joined several archaeological excavation campaigns in southeastern parts of Turkey where the richest and most commonly settled areas are and where you can find some of the oldest settlements of humanity in the world.

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