Trabzon is one of the major cities of Turkey and the biggest one in the Eastern Black Sea region. Due to rainy climate even in the summer months, it has lots of green forests and mountains with many rivers and highlands. March and May are the rainiest months and it rarely snows in Trabzon. Trabzon is a beautiful historical city which attracts lots of tourists. Therefore several airlines have taken the task in providing frequent and cheap flights to Trabzon, Turkey. Trabzon Museum, Trabzon Castle and Sumela Monastery are the historical places and should be seen. If you like nature you would appreciate the beautiful scenery Uzungöl offers. There are so many interesting things to do in Trabzon because it is one of the remarkable cities in Turkey with its history, culture, plateaus, nature, traditional handcrafts, delicious dishes, jokes, folk dances and many other beauties. Watch & listen to Horon and Kemence which has a special place in Anatolian folk dances, reflecting the enthusiasm, dynamism, and excitement of Trabzon people with its rhythm and figures. You can even try to dance "horon" which is performed by men, women, young and elderly people in festivities, local weddings and harvest times. If you like to be in the nature, visit Boztepe Park which is located on the hills above Trabzon. Many visitors enjoy standing on the hills because of the wonderful view. There's a nice tea garden inside the park where you can relax and drink beverages.Located on the ancient narrow streets Bazaar District in Trabzon, offers interesting shops. Hamsi (Anchovy) is the traditional fish of this region which has a world wide fame. Other local dishes of this cuisine are Karadeniz pidesi which is a canoe shaped bread, often with ground beef, cheese, eggs,kale soup, bean and cabbage soup, pone a deep-dish corn bread, Akcaabat kofte which is a spicy lamb meatball from the Akcaabat district and the famous Kuymak that's cooked in butter and cheese. You should also try the famous hazelnuts of Trabzon.