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Cappadocia has history and landscapes that will keep your mind amazed and your camera clicking. It has a wild, rocky landscape of cliffs and valleys and caves that were formed from wind and water ...
Cappadocia is a place where you’ll want to spend all your time outdoors – it is such a spectacular landscape you’ll want to see it from every angle. Hot air ballooning is very popular and looking ...
Situated in the Nevşehir Province of central Turkey, the moonlike landscape of Cappadocia is home to architecture and artifacts dating back to the Bronze Age and beyond. Prepare yourself for some ...
Written by JC, Germany, March 2012
History is a big deal in the town of Bodrum in the Anatolian southwest of Turkey . It was the birthplace of Herodotus, “father of history”, as well as the site of an enormous tomb built for King ...
Written by JC, Germany, May 2012
Most visitors to Turkey
in search of a beach holiday head straight to the brash resorts which
line the Aegean or Mediterranean Seas. But Turkey’s verdant Black Sea
coast, more or less as long ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
With exchange rates plummeting, Istanbul isn’t quite the bargain destination it used to be, but those on budget will still find plenty of opportunities to stretch out their dollars. From marveling ...
is a large city; and with a population of more than 13 million folks,
traffic can be a nightmare. Fortunately there are many options to get
from Point A to Point B while visiting ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, January 2013
With its unique setting straddling Europe and Asia, vibrant bazaars and
myriad of important historical and religious sights, it’s no surprise
that Istanbul is
one of the most popular ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, December 2012
With freezing temperatures, wind-swept seas and frost gathering on its many minarets, Istanbul
is nothing if not atmospheric in the winter months: and with fewer
tourists hitting the city ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, November 2012
True to its reputation as Turkey ’s most cosmopolitan and eclectic city, Istanbul
certainly knows how to party, effortlessly blending the traditional
with the modern for one enormous New Year’s ...
There’s no denying it: Istanbul
can be a romantic city. Just ask anyone who has sat with their
significant other watching the sun sink in the sky and the city, dotted
with minarets, glow ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, February 2013
Turkey’s third largest city and a popular cruise destination along the Aegean Coast, the modern metropolis of Izmir is surrounded by a wealth of historic landmarks that make it one of the country’s ...
can take weeks to explore the nooks, crannies, Turkish coffee shops,
kebab stands and more. What happens if you don’t have weeks?
Fortunately, it’s possible to see the major ...
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