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When acclimatizing to the different forms of transport in the Istanbul transit structure it is best to start with just the highlights.

As the hub of new Istanbul and the face of tourism and shopping, Istiklal Street is the most famous and busiest street in Turkey, often recognised by the traditional red tram slowly making its way down the middle.

The historical houses of Safranbolu and the cobbled lanes of its old town still command respect and will forever be preserved in their natural state thanks to its UNESCO World Heritage Status.

The name, Bergama, has derived from Pergamon, the Roman city, and originally from the parchment paper where it was invented. Housing mostly the ruins of Hellenistic times, there are also artifacts served to worship Egyptian gods.

If you are planning to visit Turkey for the first time, what do you need to know to ensure you save money and avoid unnecessary charges? Here some of the 5 Costly Travel Mistakes to Avoid in Turkey that we have covered for you in here..

Kaş is a popular tourist town. With a large variety of dives, from shipwrecks to caves, and reefs scattered with ancient pottery, Kaş has something to offer for every diver.

Dalaman Airport's new domestic terminal is set to open in April of 2018, the upgrade is costing 250 million euros with a strong emphasis on it not only being energy efficient but also environmentally friendly.

Current figures say 80,000 Indians travel to Turkey every year, but the Turkish tourism industry wants to increase this number in 2018, to 200,000. By 2023, the 100th year of Turkey’s independence and the final deadline for Turkey’s economic, strategic plan, they want to host 2 million Indian tourists every year.

Turkish tourism industry is slowly rebounding and confidence from several major travel companies as well as airlines are slowly bringing tourists back. News is bright for Turkey in 2018.

Gumusluk, one of the lesser known coastal resorts of the Bodrum peninsula is blessed with a natural appearance, historical background, cultural yearnings and beautiful scenery.

Turkey is gearing up for 2018 to be a successful year, especially for the air travel industry because airlines are reviewing their routes, increasing frequencies and the third Istanbul airport will open for business.

The azure, clear waters off Turkey's coast hide a varied treasure chest of ancient underwater cities, hundreds-year-old wrecks and colourful marine life.

As Turkey picks itself up after two years of massive under-achievement in tourism, it is now focussing on three key potential markets - China, Russia and the Muslim sector - to attract more tourists and revive one of its core economic drivers.

It's taken the best part of four months, but to great relief for many, the ban on carrying laptops, iPads and other electronic devices is now being slowly lifted, at the busiest time of the year for the UK-to-Turkey holiday season.

Turkey has just dropped the 100 Euro visa fee for Indians, and there is an excellent reason why. In what is a unique niche of travel, big style Indian weddings in Turkey are taking off.

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