The last thing you associate with Turkey is snow, skiing and snowboarding? It's time to get rid of stereotypes! Book a Kyiv-Erzurum flight and go to Turkey to see with your own eyes: there is not only snow, but also excellent ski resorts, one of which is located in Erzurum.
Erzurum, the largest city in eastern Anatolia, is located on a high mountain plateau at an altitude of 1950 m. Erzurum Airport (ERZ) is located 12 km from the city, where the Kyiv-Erzurum flights arrive. The high altitude makes this city one of the coldest in Turkey (the average temperature in winter is around -10°C).
Kyiv-Erzurum flights: Palandoken ski resort
After the Kyiv-Erzurum flight, just 6 km from Erzurum, among the magnificent mountain landscapes, you will find the Palandoken winter resort. It is one of the closest ski resorts to the airport; five minutes ride after the Kyiv-Erzurum flight will bring you to the snowy slopes of Palandoken, where the snow, the quality of the ski slopes and the level of hospitality are considered no worse than in the Swiss Alps, and the prices are very reasonable here.
Erzurum also has all the conditions for fans of extreme sports: here you can go freeriding, mountaineering and trekking. The resort has slopes of various types of difficulty, which are suitable for both professionals and beginners vacationing with children.
Kyiv-Erzurum: main attractions
Planning a trip from Ukraine to Erzurum is worth not only for lovers of active and extreme recreation, but also for tourists who are interested in walking around the city and exploring the sights. We recommend you after the flight from Kyiv to Erzurum to visit the Madrasah with a double minaret, the City Citadel, the Great Mosque and the Historical Museum.
After active skiing or boarding, after a city tour, you can go to the pool or Turkish bath, try Turkish food in local restaurants or go shopping to find local souvenirs.
Book your Kyiv-Erzurum flight on our website at the best price today and plan this year the perfect winter vacation on the mountain slopes of Turkey!