"Antalya, Turkey's fifth most populous city, is located in the Mediterranean region. Although it is the first place that comes to mind when it comes to tourism in Turkey, it hosts millions of foreign tourists every year. Research shows that the city has a history of 50,000 years. It is known that the city has had the same name since the time of the Lydians. Historical structures, ancient cities, natural beauties and facilities spread throughout the city attract millions of tourists from all over the world every year. The central region between Kaleiçi and Muratpaşa is quite popular in terms of tourism. We can say that hotels and entertainment clubs are generally concentrated here. However, there are many places outside the city centers that can be visited in Antalya. Places such as Köprülü Canyon, Beldibi Cave and Karain Cave have an important place in the city's natural heritage. In addition, the Lycian Way, which starts in Antalya and continues along a 500-kilometer route, attracts thousands of tourists every year. Antalya is known as the city with the most ancient cities within its borders."