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☛ EN Advice What to do on holiday in Turkey?

Discussion in 'Turkey' started by EasyExpat, Sep 26, 2018.

  1. EasyExpat

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    Hello everyone,

    By living in Turkey you may have tips to give to those who wish to visit and stay on holiday in your area.

    When friends or family come to visit you, what activities do you offer in Turkey? Are you rather city, museum and monuments, or then change of scenery in the countryside and trekking?

    What are the essential places? What are your tips to better organize this stay in Turkey whether for a weekend or for a longer holiday.

    Thank you in advance for sharing your experiences.:cool::thumbup:
     
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    Well, Turkey is a big country. So it all depends on how long people will be staying, and where they have their base.
     
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    Hello and welcome.
    Yes, this is big. But any specific advice or your preferences?
     
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    Well, there's the obvious choices such as Istanbul, Ephesus, Cappadocia, and Pamukkale. Then you have beach resorts along the Aegean and the Mediterranean such as Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye and Ölüdeniz, and Antalya with its massive all-inclusive resorts. And then there's an endless amount of hidden gems or less obvious places such as Izmir, Bursa, Amasya, Şıanlurfa and so on.

    We have started writing a blog about it. We'd been living here for four years already, seeing all this beauty, so we felt it was time to start sharing it. We only add one post a week, but slowly slowly we are adding more and more dots onto the map. :)

    I would say that people are welcome to ask if they have any specific requests for a holiday. Happy to help!
     
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    Great, thanks! Will check that out when I have the time.
     
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