Bodrum is a city of the Aegean coast of Turkey, and one of its most popular tourists destinations.
Bodrum was the site of the ancient city Halikarnassus, the city of King Mausolas and his Queen Artemisia. The Mausoleum of Mausolas was regarded one of the seven wonders
The Bodrum-Milas Airport, 35km away from the Bodrum city, regularly has domestic flights to and from other major cities in Turkey. It can also be reached by road and by boat from the Rhode Islands.
Places to see at Bodrum include the Bodrum castle of the castle of St. Peter. The most prominent landmark in the city, the castle now has been converted to a fully functional museum, the museum of Underwater Archeology. This museum displays breathtaking artifacts collected from underwater expeditions carried out along the Turkish coast.
Bodrum also has many activities, including a nice Turkish bath located within the city, and opportunities of windsurfing, diving and boat rides.
There are a few places to stay in and around Bodrum, as well a number of restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Last Updated on: October 12th, 2017