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  • Kırklareli GoTürkiye

    In addition to its natural treasures, Kırklareli has valuable cultural monuments and carries the traces of various civilizations. These artifacts are meticulously preserved, and offered to future generations through restoration work.



    Kırklareli, where the first urban life was seen in Thrace, is a city that draws attention with its archaeological findings.



    Kırklareli is a very important region in terms of sports activities in nature with areas where natural diversity is the most intense.



    Kırklareli has a great richness in terms of gastronomy and food culture. Agricultural products, meat products and seafood from the region are the source of the local cuisine.



    It is the gate of Tekirdağ and Saray District to the Black Sea and located 27 km away from the District centre. This small bay, where the Bahçeköy stream flows into the Black Sea, forms the coastline of the Palace with 2,5 km of sandy beach.



    There are many folk songs belonging to the region. In addition to the folk songs that are about love, pain, expatriation and longing, many songs are sung about the immigration and homelands that were lost.



    48 hours

    in Kırklareli

    Start the day visiting Dupnisa Cave, with a history of 180 million years, fascinates those who see it. The site, which is 2,720 meters long and has an underground river, should be added to your sightseeing itinerary.

    10 vibes for Kırklareli

    like locals

    The Hızırbey Complex is in the centre of Kırklareli. It consists of a mosque, a hamam and an arasta bazaar. The mosque was built by Köse Mihalzade Hızırbey in 1383 and restored by Yusuf Pasha of Aydos in 1824.