TESOL Tourism: Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia, Turkey

If you are teaching English in Turkey, you must take a weekend trip to Cappadocia! This place is a historical, archaeological, and natural wonder.

Cappadocia is held very high in the hearts of Christians because it played a very significant role in protecting and expanding the religion. The Christians that had escaped from the Roman soldiers hid here and spread Christianity further.

Cappadocia is a haven for tourists who are interested in history, archeology, and adventure. The Chimney-Shaped rock formations attract more and more tourists every year. If there is one place you should take a ride on a hot air balloon, it is Cappadocia!


The top rated hotels are:
1. Serinn House
2. Gamirasu Cave Hotel
3. Sacred House 81
4. Esbelli Evi Cave Hotel
5. Aravan Evi Boutique Hotel

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TESOL Antalya

Turkey is a great country for teaching English. When it’s time for a vacation, consider touring the exotic province of Antalya.

Antalya city has very pleasant Mediterranean beaches, the city of Perge offers visitors ancient Greek ruins, and the ancient city of Phaselis, an old Roman port conquered by Alexander the Great, is now protected within the grounds of a beautiful national park. Other wonderful places to visit in Antalya are the Dedeman Aqua Park, Duden Waterfalls, Kursunlu Waterfall, Dolphinland and Aqualand, and Karst Springs.


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TEFL Istanbul

You will find no other city with so many cultures and historic places like this one. Istanbul has fallen victim and at the same time been blessed by multiple empires that built wonderful architectural structures.

This city is filled with exceptional tourist attractions. If you are a young teacher you will find Istanbul as a fast moving, modern society that is similar to any other city in Europe. If you are a more mature teacher, you will find many interesting mosques, museums, and historical sites to visit. The main tourist attractions of Istanbul are the Spice Market, Suleymaniya bath, Dolmabahce Sarayi, Grand Bazaar, and Princes’ Islands. The spice market has been functioning since 1600s. The Suleymaniya Bath or Hamam is an interesting attraction for tourists to take a bath. Princes’ Islands are located off Istanbul’s Asian shore. This place consists of nine islands and is a marvellous destination for taking your day off.

A university degree and TESOL certification are required for teaching English in Turkey. You can find plenty of private ESL schools. Those who hold an advanced TESOL certificate such as TESL Canada Professional Standard 2 and have some teaching experience qualify for reputable university positions.

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