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  • 48 hours

    in Kırklareli

    First Day

    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. Continue to Sislioba Castle which was used as the garrison of the Roman Period, is still standing and has an impressive façade. The İğneada Forests are a lovely stop on any trip… Walking in this immaculate oxygenated area covered with very rare floodplain forests will soothe your soul. The lush green landscape and forestry is reflected in the clear lakes creating a magnificent silhouette. Carefully preserved, this miracle of nature includes forests, hundreds of species of plants and animals. We recommend you add this place to your list of things to do in Kırklareli. Just a short drive from İğneada Floodplain forest, another beautiful option is the Saka Lake Floodplain with its many natural riches; it is an exquisite area where you can see every shade of green. Saka Lake Floodplain is a sightseeing stop that can be added to the list of places to visit in Kırklareli. End the day at Panayır İskele Bay, a holiday destination just waiting to be discovered… It boasts of a protected beach and box-like structures in Kışlacık Village. We recommend that Panayır Bay, which is a good example of the natural treasures of Kırklareli, should be added to your list of places to visit.

    Second Day

    Start the day visiting the Zindan Baba Tomb which was built with bricks and limestone, which can be visited at any time of the year. The Zindan Baba Tomb, which is a good example of Kırklareli historical sites, awaits its visitors.

    Located just 3 km from the Kırklareli city centre, in a convenient location, the Aşağı Pınar Mound is a large historical excursion site with the living spaces and belongings of the people of the Neolithic era. The people of Vize, which was the centre of the famous Thracian state, built the Vize Castle during their struggles against the Roman Empire. The castle, which has survived to the present day, is one of the places you can visit during your Kırklareli trip. The Vize Castle, which holds an important place among Kırklareli's Historical Places, should be added to your list of Kırklareli's sites. Continue to the shores of the Black Sea. The Aya Nikola Monastery in Kıyıköy, the symbol of fine architectural skills, is carved into the rocks, standing out as the best of its time. A beautiful example of the historical sites of Kırklareli, St. Nicholas Monastery was built by Emperor Justinian VI and attracts local and foreign visitors. You should put this one of Kırklareli's sites on your to-do list. Located within the borders of the Village of Kışlacık, Poliçe Bay is an attractive spot because of its natural beauty. Surrounded by lush forests and boasting of a clear clean sea, it is an ideal stopping off point on your journey.