Holidays, events, festivals of Turkey
The only national secular holiday in Turkey is the Day of Youth and Sports (May 19). After all, almost 66% of the Turkish nation consists of people under the age…

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"Last minute vouchers! Last minute tours! Last minute !!!" Come out, gentlemen ...
“Last minute trips, last minute tours,” is heard almost on every corner. “Last minute trips, last minute tours,” we read in almost all advertising magazines and newspapers. Remember - if…

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Turkish cuisine at a glance. Holidays in Turkey: solid kebab
Summer ends, but not everyone agrees to put up with it. Therefore, in early September, many collect roomy suitcases and go somewhere to the warm seas. The most democratic "foreign"…

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Country Leisure Travel

Turkey is one of the best tourist countries in the world. Most of the tourists who come to Turkey to spend their holidays at sea, but you can travel endlessly in this country, and it will surprise you again and again. For example, Istanbul is in the top ten tourist cities of the world, and in the central part of Turkey there is a surprisingly beautiful and unusual area called Cappadocia. The site tells exactly about the sights of these and many other places in Turkey. This site is dedicated to all travel lovers, everyone who wants to learn more about Cappadocia and Turkey.

Turkey is one of the few countries in the world whose territory is located on two continents: in Europe and Asia. 97% of the total area of ​​the country, (total area 779 452 km ²) is in Asia. The Asian part of Turkey is a large peninsula called Asia Minor or Anatolia. The European part of Turkey occupies about 3% of the total area of ​​the country and is called Thrace or Rumelia. Although most of the country’s territory is located in Asia, Turkey is officially considered a European state. Turkey occupies 36th place in the world in terms of area, and 18th in terms of population is the official capital of Turkey since 1923, Ankara, and Istanbul is the largest city and center of the historical heritage of the three great empires. The official currency of Turkey that operates throughout the country and in Northern Cyprus is the Turkish lira.

The geographical position of Turkey at the junction of Europe and Asia, contributed to the interpenetration and mutual enrichment of cultures and the formation of a huge cultural stratum from ancient times to the present day. The abundance of cultural, historical, architectural and natural monuments, including the remains of two of the Seven Wonders of the World (the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus and the Mausoleum in Halicarnassus), makes Turkey one of the most amazing and interesting cultural and educational tourist destinations in the world. Being in Turkey, tourists have the opportunity to visit not only cultural and historical, but also natural attractions. The most popular natural attractions of the country are Pamukkale and Cappadocia.

The unique geographical location of Turkey between the two continents, the diversity of landscapes, the beautiful mild climate, for many years has determined Turkey’s popularity as a place to rest. Many people prefer a beach holiday to anyone else, and even those who usually take an active holiday dream at least once a year to simply soak up the sun’s warmth, swim in the clear sea and get a bronze tan. Turkey is one of the best countries for a beach holiday for many reasons. Firstly, no other documents besides a passport are required for a trip to Turkey. Secondly, getting there is relatively easy. Thirdly, Turkey has everything you need for vacationers – convenient airports, long sandy beaches, a variety of hotels of various classes, natural and architectural landmarks and unique national features.
Turkey is the most popular resort country, and with its reasonable prices, it attracts not only Russians who are strapped for money, but also calculating Germans, French, British and other Europeans. Truly anywhere in the world there is the same ratio of price and quality of services as in the resorts of Turkey. Below you will find a brief description of the main resorts and tourist places in Turkey. The most popular Turkish resorts stretch along the shores of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, and we advise lovers of cultural activities to visit Istanbul and Cappadocia.

The most popular resorts in Turkey are located on the shores of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. The swimming season at these resorts lasts almost 7 months a year – from mid-April to early November. The most popular resort cities in Turkey are: Antalya, Alanya, Belek, Side, Kemer, Marmaris, Bodrum, Cesme, Fethiye, and Kusadasi. The coast of the Mediterranean and Aegean seas attract guests who love passive rest. Lovers fly there to lie on the beach, have fun at the disco and relax from the soul. Tourists with families and children also arrive because many hotels have excellent mini clubs, playgrounds and water parks that will not leave the kids indifferent. But in the resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts it is also easy to combine active and passive forms of recreation….

Cappadocia
Central Anatolian region of Turkey, Cappadocia has one of the most intriguing landscapes in the world. These are strange volcanic tuff pillars known as the “Magic Chimneys”. Here, to the…

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Where to look for unusual Turkey
Turkey is much more than the resorts of Antalya. The country can offer its guests not only azure beaches, excellent service and modern hotels, but also the brightest natural diversity,…

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Istanbul: on both sides of the Golden Horn
If you are a special travel gourmet, then the first time in Istanbul is best to come by ship from the Black Sea. Bosphorus enchants in any weather. Ancient fortresses…

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Turkish cuisine at a glance. Holidays in Turkey: solid kebab
Summer ends, but not everyone agrees to put up with it. Therefore, in early September, many collect roomy suitcases and go somewhere to the warm seas. The most democratic "foreign"…

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