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Top Ten Reasons to Visit Turkey in 2009

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Turkey is a country where all cultures live in, without feeling as foreign. This is a result of the cultural and historical background of Anatolia. You can find mosques, churches and also synagogues in every city, may be in small towns. Here you can find the top ten reasons to visit Turkey in 2009

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1) The combination of three S. Sun, Sea and Sand. Turkey’s south beaches is one of the most famous combination of the three S.

Hagia Sophia

2) Inveterate culture of Istanbul. You can visit Topkapi Palace (Topkapi Sarayi), Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmed Mosque), Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya), Galata Tower, Dolmabahce Palace, Chora Church and more. You won’t decide exactly the trip-plan in Istanbul.

3) Delicious foods, assorted cuisine and excellent drinks. You should eat kebab, döner, iskender, beyti. And you should drink ayran which made from yoghurt.


4) Turkey includes unique natural places in the world. Like Hierapolis (Pamukkale), Cappadocia (Kapadokya) and Bosphorus which which separates the Asian and European parts of Turkey, strait which connects the Black Sea to the Marmara Sea.

5) Sailing in the sunny seas of the coasts, especially in south.

6) Beauties of Caves. Like Karain Cave, Korsanlar Cave around Antalya and Alanya in the south part of Turkey.


7) Scuba Diving in Bodrum, Datça, Kalkan, Mersin and rafting.

8 ) Cheap. Yes, you can compare prices for all type of products from the web.

Turkish bath

9) A visit to a hamam (Turkish bath), smoke a hooka (Nargile), tour in Bosphorus (Boğaziçi). These Will be the first time in your life to try.

10) The last and the most important one “Smiling Faces”. 🙂

If you’re
looking for a good and unforgettable holiday visit Turkey in this summer.

“To Do” List of the Turkey Tourists

Monday, February 25th, 2008

1. Experience splendid sailing on turquoise waters.
2. Feel the warm hospitality of the Turkish people.
3. Swim in the baths of Cleopatra at Haman Cove.
4. See first hand ancient artifacts from Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires.
5. Enjoy culinary delights once offered to Sultans.
6. Walk the marble streets of ancient Ephesus.
7. Bask under the gold Mediterranean sun.
8. Bargain for a colorful Turkish carpet as you sip local apple tea.
9. Snorkel over submerged Byzantine towns.
10. Visit a crusader’s castle.

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