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It's a rainy Saturday, so I thought this would be a nice topic to read about and live vicariously. What are your favorite walks or walking/hiking tours in your country? Can be urban, or a nature walk. Please also give us a little description and tell us why you like it :)

My favorite city walks in Turkey are in Izmir, along the Bay of Izmir. The first one is at Kordon Boyu. You can walk beside the seaside and watch the sea and the ferries. There are usually a lot of people just hanging out at the bars or cafés, walking, or sitting on the grass. It's a lot of fun. In the evenings I like to get a couple of beers (like everyone else) and sit at the wall. The second one that I like is along Inciralti, there is also a museum warship that one can visit, it's quite cool. But there are many more.

My favorite nature walk is Ihlara Valley in Cappadoccia. You have nature and history all in one place, it's really gorgeous. The walk itself isn't long, but there is so much to see, it takes all day. Recommended especially in early autumn (around this time it's really nice).

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