Konya is one of the 10 biggest metropolis of Turkey and located in Central Anatolia Region. The city is one of the most developed agriculture and industrial city of Turkey with its fertile plains and mega factories. However, Konya plays an important role on Turkish culture and there are many important historical buildings from Seljukians and Ottoman Empire. Konya is also one of the most important cities of Turkey for agricultural activities. There are many fairs and festivals organized in the borders of the city every year.
Çatalhöyük, one of the oldest settlements in the world, has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city has been the capital of the Anatolian Seljuks. The great Sufis Hz. Mevlana’s tomb is in Konya. With more than 2 million population, Konya has become one of the most important industrial cities of the country at the last years. Thanks to the Konya International Airport, it’s very easy to visit Konya from many cities of the country. Also, Konya has high-speed train connection.