Opinions about Turkey are just as controversial, however contradictory this country itself is not very far from us. However, seasoned tourists agree on one thing: the success of your holiday depends, first of all, on the mood with which you go on the road and what you expect from a week by the warm sea. Experts remind that the southern spring has to excursions. But there is a Turkish spring and a minus: you will not call it the peak of the season, and therefore the buffet in hotels, as a rule, is modest and moderate. Continue reading
Resolved – in Turkey! The Mediterranean coast of Turkey is the best and it has many faces: beaches stretching for many kilometers, idyllic bays, wide river valleys and mountainous, almost alpine landscapes. In Turkey, you can see and discover a lot of new things – maybe even too much for a two or three week vacation. Here you have a great opportunity to get to know a foreign, extremely interesting culture, and maybe even make friends with it.
When is it better to go to Turkey. The Mediterranean and subtropical climate prevails throughout the coast with hot, dry summers, rainy winters and mild off-seasons. Continue reading
Turkey is beautiful and unique! The quiet harbors of Turkey, the impregnable cliffs of Turkey, the fortresses of Turkey, the ruins of the old cities of Turkey, the most magnificent sandy beaches … And this too – in Turkey!
Isparta – a city of lakes, towering high in the mountains of Taurus. In spring and summer, the lakeside zone is decorated with wild flowers. While in the city, visit the Ulu Mosque, built in 1417 by the Seljuks. Continue reading
In winter, in Istanbul, peacefully and a little sad, in the fall – multicolored, in the summer – hot, in the spring – fragrant. But good and honestly romantic is always here. In the spring, this strangely sensual city, where Tarkan and Ataturk are in charge, acquires magnificent forms and smells of a timid, but self-worthy girl for extradition. The air mixes warm moisture, virgin freshness, pinkish pollen, aromas of flowering chestnuts, almonds and all kinds of loquat, and the contents of the street vendors’ carts are replaced from gray pistachios to blood-red strawberries and cherries. Continue reading
Zhekovsky lecture in the “Diamond Hand” was called “Istanbul – a city of contrasts.” The largest city of Turkey, Istanbul, can indeed fit this definition – only, of course, not in an outdated ideological sense.
Uniquely located in two parts of the world and on the shores of two seas, serving as the capital of the three empires, replacing four names – Istanbul combines different cultures and eras, so you should drop by at least one day here, even if you are more attracted to “the sun” in Turkey , air and water “, and not its grandiose story. Isn’t it great to cross the Bosphorus – and from one continent to another? Continue reading