Kusadasi - emerald of the Aegean Sea on the coast of Turkey
Tourists who are planning to go to a foreign beach resort with young children are advised to pay attention to the resort of Kusadasi and the Aegean coast of Turkey.…

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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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"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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All about Turkey

In the resorts of the Aegean coast of Turkey, the climate is mild Mediterranean, where the humidity never exceeds 35%, the heat is softened by the refreshing sea breezes, and the healing mountain air is saturated with essential oils. The unique climate is ideal even for people with asthmatic, bronchial diseases. The best time to rest is from May to October. Summer air temperature fluctuates within +30 – 35 degrees Celsius, and water warms up to 26 degrees, which allows you to truly enjoy all the pleasures of the best beach holiday. Continue reading

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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Turkey. Cappadocia is an amazing and unusual country.
Cappadocia is a sense of time. These are millions of years of geological processes, the movement of the elements of air, water, and earth. After monotonous loops, dives, descents and…

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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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Istanbul in person must know
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…

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