Trabzon's Cuisine
Traditional cuisine in the city is quite rich, and the anchovy forms the basic for many of the dishes peculiar to the region. Soups, salads, pilafs and even desserts are made of anchovy. Some of the local dishes are hamsi buğlama(boiled anchovy), hamsili pide (flat bread topped with anchovy), hamsi stew, and hamsi köſte (anchovy meatballs).
Accommodation Facilities
  Facility Name *  Address Telephone Web Site 1 Zorlu Grand Otel 5 Yıldız Maraş Caddesi No:90 / Trabzon +90 462 326 84 00 www.zorlugrand.
FAQ
1 – Where can I get local delicacies?Local delicacies are available in restaurants and cafes around Trabzon. We highly recommend you to visit Akçaabat district to eat Akçaabat Köftesi and fresh fish varieties. You can visit our modest restaurants for kuymak, lahana sarması, hamsikuşu, kaygana and other delicacies. 2 – Where can I have a swim?   Trabzon is home to many districts having a coast to the Black Sea.
ABOUT TRABZON
Trabzon was founded in 2000 BC. Its founders are not known; however, it is said that they were the Turkish Tribes came from Middle Asia over Caucasus.
GETTING HERE AND AROUND
Trabzon has become easily accessible thanks to the newly built motorway and the airport is in service as well. Furthermore the city center has an advanced transportation network. The Trabzon Airport is the largest airport of the Black Sea region that receives mutual flights and shortens the distances between many cities every day. The shuttles and taxis stationed outside the exit gates take their passengers to their destination in the shortest time possible.
Traditional Life and Handicrafts in Trabzon
Being open towards other cultures and religions plays a significant role in life styles of people of Trabzo.
The History of Trabzon
 The oldest source providing information about the city of Trabzon and the surrounding area is Xenophon's “Anabasis”. In this work Xenophon describes how, after the death of his father, Dareios, Ataxerxes II rebelled against his brother, who was then emperor of Persia. He set out with an army of mercenaries from Sardes (Salihli) and encountered the army of the emperor at Kunaksa, near the Babylon of Kyros, governor of Western Anatolia.
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