Samsun, which was founded in the 60.000s BC, is an important port city because it is the most populous city of the Central Black Sea Region today.
Although faced with the challenges of developing technology and industry, the production of some traditional handicrafts such as carpets, rugs, socks, sashes, wicker and cloth weaving, stonemasonry, needlework...
Samsun, which has a history dating back thousands of years, does not only bear the traces of the Black Sea Region in terms of cuisine culture, it also offers the flavors of Anatolian, Balkan and Caucasian regions.
In Samsun, you can breathe the freshness of the sea in the mornings on the beach with blue flag sands especially in the spring; you can inhale the fragrance of flowers accompanied with the visual feast created by the endless...
As in every region of Anatolia, in Samsun,the folk songs that tell the feelings and stories of the local people have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries.
10 vibes for Samsun
Start the day in the tea gardens next to the Clock Tower and Great Mosque in Saathane Square, Samsun's oldest known square.