Dalyan
Dalyan is a pleasant little resort near the airport of Dalaman, where the main attraction is the local Iztuzu beach, where sea turtles lay their eggs from May to October.…

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Side
Side is a popular seaside resort of the Turkish Mediterranean. It is located between the larger and no less favorite tourists Antalya and Alanya. The town is small, but on…

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Belek
The warm sea, sandy beaches and air filled with volatile phytoncides is Belek, a young respectable resort 30 km east of Antalya. Until 1984, it was a completely wild coast…

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5 most expensive hotels in Turkey

When some travelers are faced with the question of how to save money on a trip, others are no less acute – how to spend an impressive supply of funds to please themselves, their beloved. Our top hotel, where you can easily and easily part with the astronomical amount from your bank account and … not a bit to regret it.

If in the minds of the mass tourist, Turkey always seems to be a country of high-quality, but budget-friendly, then for the elite it is access to real luxury. What does your imagination draw when you imagine what big money looks like? The personal helicopter that takes you directly to the roof of the hotel? A Continue reading

Marmaris vs Kemer

Holidays in Turkey with a Russian tourist are associated primarily with the warm sea, sun-drenched beaches, noisy attractions, shopping and the all-inclusive system. But not all Turkish resorts are the same. Yes, and if you look closely, they offer guests a far from similar set of entertainment and activities. Each region, despite the presence of absolutely common features, is unique, and often surprises and even shockes with the surprises of the most advanced and demanding tourists.

Marmaris and Kemer are two completely different resorts in Turkey. The first is still being studied by Russians, while the second traditionally leads the top of popularity. At the same time, both are unique. Both the climate and the format of tourist life itself. Let’s try to figure out which resort to prefer this Continue reading

Museum of Unique Byzantine Mosaics

The mosaic museum, which will be discussed below, is actually part of the peristyle of the large imperial palace in Constantinople, which was discovered in the 30s of the last century and literally resurrected from the ashes of the completely burned out buildings of the market and the former stables of the Ottoman army, which were located on the site the once majestic imperial palace. As is often the case in Istanbul, the unique Byzantine mosaics of the 5th-6th centuries were discovered by accident during construction work in the area of ​​Arast Bazaar in 1933. As a result of excavations, about 2 thousand square meters of priceless mosaics made with the greatest art of lime, terracotta and glass 5mm cubes, the number of which per 1 sq.m., were discovered and excavated from the ground. reaches 40 (!!!) thousand. Continue reading

Izmir
Izmir - ancient Smyrna, one of the 7 ancient cities, claiming the right to be called the homeland of Homer. A huge horseshoe it covers a vast bay on the…

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Side Attractions and Attractions
Side is the best place in Turkey for those who want to combine beach relaxation with a rich excursion program. This is a museum city, the number of attractions of…

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Antique city of Termessos in Turkey near Antalya
The ruins of the ancient city of Termessos are one of those places in Turkey that have remained almost untouched both for restorers (which means that we see it in…

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What to see in Turkey if you are not traveling for the first time ...
All inclusive hotels are truly a brilliant invention of mankind. But they also have one significant drawback - here the very next day you turn into a lazy seal that…

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