Izmir Peninsula includes the main city centre and a splattering of scenic coastal resorts. It is the third largest metropolis in Turkey. The visitors to Izmir enjoy meeting the locals while touring the attractions and main sites.
The small holiday resort of Belek on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey is massively underrated. Belek has Turkey’s largest private sports arena and the latest news is one tournament of the ATP World Tour 2017, but also famous for its sandy beaches and many more..
Ecotourism in Turkey is on the rise as the country has vast areas of unspoilt natural beauty versus destinations that are close to being overrun by tourism. Discover the nature! Discover Turkey!
Alanya, a bustling coastal resort of the Turkey, has a hard-core army of fans who flock there every year for relaxing and happy holidays. Here we have selected all the best beaches Alanya has to offer.
Already in the last 3 years, Turkey has seen an increasing numbers of patients from mainly GCC countries, Iran, Azerbaijan, Iraq and number of European countries visiting Turkey. It is not all about the luxury hospitals and value for money what Turkey’s hospitals offer these days.
24 Feb 2017 posted in Travel
At the turn of the century, no one imagined that Turkey would embark on a major project to promote itself as a cruise ship destination. Istanbul is still the number 1 destination for cruise ship passengers to see the former capital of both the Byzantine and Ottoman empires.
Turkey is an immense country, its land mass measures at 302,535 miles squared, and with immensity comes diversity, not only in its terrain but in its culture. You could spend years travelling the four corners of Turkey and still not experience everything that this great country has to offer.
The European Youth Olympic Winter Festival of 2017 is well under way in Erzurum, a city in eastern Turkey renowned for its winter sports resorts. The six day celebration of winter games has brought Turkey to the forefront of winter tourism all over the world and has solidified the country’s position as a year round holiday destination.
The promise of seaside living, healthy eating and copious amounts of sun lures many expats to live permanently in Turkey. With that in mind, we put together a small expat guide to ease your transition into your new life. Our tips can also help anyone who is currently considering the move.
It has recently been announced that the Northern Aegean Islands Economic Development Agency are adding a new ferry route which will connect mainland Turkey with the beautiful Greek Islands. The service hopes to provide for the 4 million inhabitants of Izmir city and of course, the millions of foreign tourists who visit Turkey each year.
09 Jan 2017 posted in Travel
Istanbul Grand Airport (New Airport of Istanbul) is going to be the biggest and one of the most strategic airports in the World. With completion date is only a year away the project is known to be "The world's largest build-operate-transfer project" so far.
Turkey remains one of the top holiday destinations in the world, attracting visitors from all over Europe, the Arab States and from further afield. Its vast history, beautiful sandy beaches, warm climate and vibrant cities keep people coming back for more year after year.
There is no better insight than wandering the streets, and in Istanbul, tourists can see how Turks live, learn about their beliefs, their community history, and generally, what life is like in Turkey’s largest city.
Turkey is one of the best places in the world to explore by road. The country itself is so diverse and the terrain ever changing as you move around, offering a variety of views and sites along the way.
If there is anything that the great city of Istanbul is renowned for, it’s the traffic. Driving in this huge Turkish city can be a nightmare. More often than not, twenty minute journeys are reported to take over an hour, tourists have to allow more than three times the journey time from the centre of the city to either of its two airports so as not to miss flights..
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