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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Pamukkale
The snow-white Pamukkale travertine terraces from afar are similar to the developed quarry, but, approaching them closer, you begin to understand what exactly they attract tourists from different countries. This…

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Bodrum
Bodrum is the most “party” resort in Turkey, the capital of the country's nightlife with a record density of bars, nightclubs, restaurants and discos per square kilometer. There are villages…

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Trabzon

Trabzon – formerly known as Trabzund, is a city on the Black Sea in northeastern Turkey, the capital of the province of the same name. Once located on the Great Silk Road, the appearance of this city is still famous for its charming mix of many religions, languages ​​and cultures. Throughout all historical periods, Trabzon has been of great importance for foreign trade.

Restaurants
Many local dishes really deserve to be tasted. Especially worth highlighting are pide and köfte kebabs. Pide is a bit like pizza made from special dough and rather specific cheese. It is also worth trying Continue reading

Attractions, excursions and attractions in Marmaris

The sights of Marmaris are, first of all, ancient ruins and historical monuments, as well as numerous natural beauties.

One of the main visited places of the city is the fortress. Marmaris is located very well, therefore it is not surprising that from time to time someone aggressively claimed it. In 1522, by decree of Suleiman the Magnificent, a fortress was erected around the city, which protected it from enemies and was well preserved to this day.

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Marmaris

Marmaris – one of the best resorts in Turkey, it is considered the most “European” in the country. The fact is that not so long ago the main contingent of holidaymakers here consisted of the British and Dutch, who, as you know, know a lot about quality rest. To make a choice in favor of Marmaris, they were immediately helped by several unconditional advantages of this resort.

Firstly, there is an ideal climate: even in July-August there is no exhausting heat. Secondly, the calm sea – since the resort is located in a closed bay, fenced off from the open sea by the island and the peninsula, there are almost never waves here, the water “holds” well and therefore the resort is suitable for those who Continue reading

Bodrum
Bodrum is the most “party” resort in Turkey, the capital of the country's nightlife with a record density of bars, nightclubs, restaurants and discos per square kilometer. There are villages…

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Tourism in Turkey
Tourism in Turkey is the most profitable and developing sector of the economy, providing prosperity to many Turkish citizens. This unique country is located at the junction of Asia and…

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Palandoken
Palandoken, the youngest ski resort in Turkey, located 4 km from Erzurum, has gained popularity due to the variety of light and medium tracks. There you can teach a child…

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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…

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