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urkey Travel Guide

Turkey Travel Guide

Turkey with historic sites and archaeological wonders with a different and beautiful scenery. The Mediterranean coast is well preserved with well-preserved Greco-Roman cities such as Pergamom and Ephesus, while other world scenes of the Cappadocia region include cave churches and underground cities. There are masterpieces of the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman world in Istanbul. The world's rare cotton pools in Pamukkale, nature wonders such as travertines.

The Mediterranean Coast of Turkey

As in all geographical regions of Turkey in the Mediterranean region also has many ancient cities. Already the Mediterranean region of Turkey as well as other geographical regions should have hosted many civilizations. Many civilizations, from the Hittites to the Romans, from Alexander the Great to the Byzantines, from the Seljuk State to the Ottoman Empire, lived in our country. The civilizations living in the Mediterranean Region have left behind the ancient cities that reflect their own life style and the standard of living. To See Turkey Ephesus Tours Please Click

Ancient Cities in the Mediterranean Region;

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Turkey Istanbul

Istanbul is not only the most important city in terms of cultural and historical riches in Turkey. It is also the most important cultural and historical city in the world. Because it is a city that has been the capital of all religions and 3 empires (Rome, Byzantum, Ottoman). Geographically, being a bridge between Asia and Europe brings together East and West culture.

As you stroll through the streets of Istanbul, you will see the traces of a different civilization in every corner. You will see Rome, Byzantium and Ottoman traces. To See Turkey Istanbul Tours Please Click

Historical Places in Istanbul

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Cappadocia Turkey

The region of cappadocia resembles another planet, One that is transformed from one color to another every season of the year every hour of the day. Basalt rock, covered in tuff by spewing volcanoes thousands of year ago, and mystical fairy chimneys make one wonder where exactly one is. It is impossible to be unaffected by the enchanting mystery of this incomparable natural wonder.

The region is a paradise for those who enjoy discovering variety and contrast. In excursions to the valleys adorned with fairy chimneys you can discover places that have never been visited before, and if you are interested in photography you will be able to take extremely diverse pictures. To See Turkey Cappadocia Tours Please Click

What to See in Cappadocia

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Turkey Pamukkale

Pamukkale healing springs which have a rare beauty in the world as a result of geological activities, has been one of the most interesting places of Anatolia since the Hellenistic period due to its advancement in textiles and its importance in the religious aspect.

Pamukkale Travertines, Hierapolis Ancient City, Ancient Pool, St. Philippe Martyrium Church, Dark Cave, Laodicea Ancient City and The Apollo Temple are most popular places to visit.

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The First-Timer's Travel Guide to Turkey

  1. Everyone who enters Turkey must purchase a visa before going through passport control. Best way to purchase Visa is E-Visa
  2. Don't turn your money into Turkish Lira before you go. Just take a small amount to get started, and then change the rest in the resort because you'll get a better exchange rate.
  3. Learn the Basic Turkish
  4. According to weather take your clothes. Before going you should check weather.
  5. Buy a museum card. It will be cheaper than cash.
  6. While visiting the mosques in Turkey, wear suitable clothing and cover your head. Don't visit during pray time.
  7. Choose your accommodation before go.
  8. Bargain while shopping
  9. Beware of scams in Istanbul. Don't buy tour or something else from street seller.
  10. Definitely do not exchange the currency from street exchangers.
  11. When you buy tours and accommodation, you should definitely choose an agent.
  12. Take a Turkey travel map with you. Transportation map, sightseeing map...
  13. Never leave the group when you join the group tours

When to Visit Turkey

Turkey is a popular regions in terms of tourist attractions. If you are planning a travellin in Turkey, hotel prices, weather and intensity strongly you should check. In high season, hotels are usually full and prices are high. summer (June - August) is the high season in Turkey. But April, May, September and October the prices are more desirable so you should choose these months.

In the winter months, the crowds disappeared and prices fell to a much more specific level. There are many attractive activities for tourists in the winter in Turkey.

Is It Safe Travel to Turkey

Almost %90 of travelers ask this question before they travel to Turkey. Is it safe to travel to Turkey? Is it safe to travel to Istanbul?

If you are planning a holiday to Turkey do not worried. There is no civil war or fight in Turkey. Turkey is one the safest country in the World. Turkey every year and the vast majority of these trips are completely trouble-free.

FAQs about Turkey

FAQ 1 Do I need a visa to visit Turkey?

Everyone who enters Turkey must purchase a visa before going through passport control. Best way to purchase Visa is E-Visa

FAQ 2 Which currency do I use during my stay?

Make sure you have cash, not all credit cards may be used in Turkey. Visa, Master card, American Express, Maestro card can be used in Turkey.

FAQ 3 Is it safe in Turkey?

Almost %90 of travelers ask this question before they travel to Turkey. Is it safe to travel to Turkey? Is it safe to travel to Istanbul?

If you are planning a holiday to Turkey do not worried. There is no civil war or fight in Turkey. Turkey is one the safest country in the World. Turkey every year and the vast majority of these trips are completely trouble-free.

FAQ 4 Is there WIFI available?

Wireless connection is available free of charge in the hotel, cafes and tourist areas. Just ask for the password.

FAQ 5 Can I drive in Turkey?

It is safe to drive in Turkey and you will need a drivers license of course and also your passport. Roads are in very good condition around most of Turkey as there has been a lot of infra-structure done over the last few years. But in the big cities you should use tram or metro because of trafic jam.

FAQ 6 How should I dress?

According to weather take your clothes. Before going you should check weather. While visiting the mosques in Turkey, wear suitable clothing and cover your head.

FAQ 7 When is the best time to visit Turkey?

Turkey is a popular regions in terms of tourist attractions. If you are planning a travellin in Turkey, hotel prices, weather and intensity strongly you should check. In high season, hotels are usually full and prices are high. summer (June - August) is the high season in Turkey. But April, May, September and October the prices are more desirable so you should choose these months.

  • Best Time to Visit Turkey: April - May, September - October
  • High Tourist Season: June - August
  • Low Season: November - March
  • Ski Season: November - March
FAQ 8 Do religious festivals affect my visit?

No, there will be no problem in normal life during festivals and religion days. Only in Ramadan Muslims are fasting so do not eat or drink outside.

FAQ 9 Do I need an adaptor?

Yes bring an adaptor with you although they are available at some shops in Istanbul. The two pronged adaptor is for 240 volt plug. Bring you phone charger also.

FAQ 10 Can I drink the tap water?

Do not drink tap water. But you can use it for cleaning or other work.

FAQ 11 What if I fall ill during my visit?

Turkey has a very good hospital system. Make sure you have your travel insurance before your travel.

FAQ 12 Is English widely spoken?

Most of the people in the tourist areas know English.

Learn a little Turkish word

Hello is Merhaba (pronounced Mare-ha-ba)
Good Morning is Günaydın (gew-nahy-DUHN)
Good Day is İyi Günler (E-yee Guen-ler)
Good Evening is İyi Akşamlar (EE ahk-shahm-LAHR)
Goodbye is Hoşçakal (Hosh cha kal)
Thank You  is Sağ Ol (SOWL)
You’re Welcome is Bir şey değil (beer SHEHY deh-YEEL)
Do you speak English is İngilizce konuşabilir misiniz
Cheers for drinking is Şerefe! (Sher-a-fa)
Hagia Sophia  in Turkish is spelled Aya Sofya (Eye-ah So-fee-yah)
Mosque in Turkish is spelled Camii (Jah-mee)

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