Intercultural trip to Turkey with the members of the Kansas House of Representatives

turkish_house10_3rd.jpgThe best way to learn different cultures is to visit their countries of origin. Turkish hospitality, rich archaeological and historical sites, and seaside resorts attract more than 30 million visitors each year. Raindrop Turkish House organizes Intercultural trips to Turkey to promote intercultural dialogue and understanding. Intercultural Trip to Turkey has been specifically designed for academics, politicians, bureaucrats, community service providers, journalists and other related professionals to enhance their multicultural experience as well as intercultural relations between the American and Turkish societies. (July 27th, 2010 Turkey)

 

Raindrop Turkish House and Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians organized another 11 days intercultural trip to Turkey with some of the members of the Kansas House of Representatives. The group had opportunity to see many historical sites of Turkey and as well as get to know more about the Turkish culture.

In addition to visiting important sites such as Hagia Sophia, Ephesus, Blue Mosque, House of Virgin Mary, underground city and carved chapels in Cappadocia, the group visited the Turkish parliament house and met with their counterparts. During 11 days trip to Turkey guests visited the cities like Istanbul, Izmir, Antalya, Kahramanmaras, Gazi Antep, Sanli Urfa and also were invited for dinners at local family houses.