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In ancient times, Greeks, Persians, Romans, Venetians and Ottomans called Turkey its home, making it a remarkable melting pot of culture, tradition and cuisine. Its Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Central Asian influences bring about a history that remains etched in its landscape, as ancient Hittite ruins share the scenery with crumbling Roman theatres, and crusade-old churches contrast with mosques. At the centre of it all is the ancient city of Constantinople, known now as Istanbul. The busy streets of this modern-day metropolis are still immensely rich in heritage, with the majestic Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and Hagia Sophia capturing the sights in this city that bridges Europe and Asia. Rivalling the country’s fascinating history is its stunning natural beauty. Sunny beaches bathed by crystal clear water blend with the mountains in the distance, as the vast unspoilt territories of the hinterland stretch into the blue horizon, colourfully dotted by the hot-air balloons of Cappadocia.
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Turkey Tour Packages from Dubai
Turkey has been one of the most sought travel destinations for most tourists. The country is brimming with several tourist destinations to flee to with Turkey Packages from Dubai . Moreover, tourists love the art and culture of the place. When the question comes of where to go on holiday in Turkey, the tourists have loads of choices. Let us look into some of Turkey's aspects to understand why the country has made entry into the bucket list of every travel enthusiast.
Turkey is one of the Middle East countries, located in the Anatolian Peninsula of West Asia. It is a land of diverse culture and is wrought with several tourist attractions. Although the majority of its landmass belongs to West Asia, it is a transcontinental country that is located in Europe as well. It shares its border with several countries like Greece, Bulgaria, Georgia, Iran, Armenia, and Syria, to name a few. The country is also lined with three seas- namely the Aegean Sea, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea. The country is famous for its pristine beaches, archaeological wonders, people's culture, and delicious cuisines. It has been a tourist hotspot for several ages now. Several tour organizers provide excellent Turkey tour packages from Dubai . Therefore, if you wish to travel to turkey, you will never be short of Turkey holiday packages .
Places to visit on Turkey Holidays from UAE
If you look into some of the Turkey packages , you will get an idea about all the country's important tourist spots. Let us look at some of these attractions.
Aya Sofya Most travel expert considers Aya Sofya as the most beautiful building in the world. It is also known as the Hagia Sophia. It is the most magnificent representation of Byzantine culture. After the Ottoman conquest, the rulers added several minarets to the maximum part of the building's exterior region. The building's interior depicts wonderful fresco art that boasts of the power and might of the old Constantinopole. For every tourist traveling from Dubai to Turkey, packages are provided that consider this sightseeing as a must inclusion. Ephesus If you want to taste the Roman civilization in Turkey, Ephesus is the best place to visit. Ephesus is an entire city of the ruins of colossal monuments paved by marble-supported road. This tourist attraction is a must inclusion in all Turkey tour packages from Dubai and other places. If you want to have them on your Turkey tours , make sure that you are ready to spend almost half a day exploring every corner of it. Ephesus provides several attractions, and the tourists cannot rush through all these attractions. Cappadocia If you pursue photography, then Cappadocia is a must-visit place in your Turkey holiday destinations. Most tourists consider Cappadocia as one of the best places in Turkey to go on holiday. This place offers unblemished natural beauty, hill crests, cliff ridges that will propel you to take panorama shots of the place. All these natural formations are the effect of several years of wind and water erosions. If you love such natural beauty, you must ask your travel guide to include it in your Cappadocia Turkey tour package . If you have trekking problems through the place, you can also take a hot air balloon ride and have an aerial view of the place. Marmaris If you want the right blend of natural beauty and human excitement, Marmaris is the best place to visit Turkey. The tourists visiting Marmaris often enjoy the wonderful resorts, enjoy the sunshine, have a thrilling adventure on the beaches and at sea, and enjoy a lot of authentic Turkish foods. Also, this place offers several cheap options to stay in, and as a result, is an all-time inclusion in a cheap tour package to Turkey from Dubai . The place offers a lively nightlife and enough shopping options. For all tourists who are looking for cheap holidays to Turkey, Marmaris is the ideal choice. Most tourists also consider Marmaris the safest place in Turkey to go on holiday. Topkapi Palace Turkey is a land of mixed culture. It has representations of different civilizations through several monuments and relics depicting their culture. The Topkapi Palace is the perfect representation of the Sultans of the Ottoman empire. The empire has reached out to different countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa. The Topkapi palace boasts of excellent decorations, jeweled arrangements, and wonderful tiling that reeks Ottoman power. Exuberant public gardens surround this palace, and people can visit this place as an escape from the bustling city life. If you want to book Turkey packages from Dubai , make sure you talk to your travel agent to include this place on the list. Pamukkale It will be a shame if you visit Turkey but not go to Pamukkale. It is the most famous of all the natural wonders present in Turkey. It demonstrates travertine terraces of pure white color that form cascades along the slope. It looks like a snowfield that has suddenly emerged amongst some green landscape. The place also has another tourist attraction. The Roman ruins of Hierapolis are located near Pamukkale. Therefore, any tourists planning to include Pamukkale in their Turkey vacation places will enjoy two attractions at once. Make sure to include Pamukkale in your Turkey trip packages from Dubai . Pergamum If you have booked both Greece and Turkey packages, you can replace them with a Pergamum trip. There are several Greco-Roman ruins in this place, which gives a romantic backdrop. The place once had one of the world's most important temple and library, the remnants of which now sits atop the hill. Moreover, the place has wonderful natural beauty, and tourists love to take panoramic shots. If you plan for the Turkey Istanbul holidays , make sure you add this place to the list. Belek Belek is another place that offers a perfect human intervention into natural beauties. If you wish to learn about the Turkish culture and people, you can look at the city life. You can also spend a day on a trip to the Green Canyons. There are several themed parks which the children can enjoy. Amongst several spots in Turkey, your Belek Turkey holidays will itself be a memorable one.
Things to do on Turkey holidays
Most tourists who have visited Turkey have tried some of the activities that the country has to offer. However, activities do not always mean adventure sports, and some activities have rendered these Turkey holidays safe. Let us look into some of the activities you can include in your holiday packages from UAE to Turkey .
Explore the beauty of Istanbul Istanbul is the capital of Turkey, and it has reasons why tourists love going there. The city has been the capital of three empires, the Eastern Roman Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and the Byzantine Empire. You can visit different places like the Blue Mosque, Trotsky House, Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Moreover, tourists can also do a lot of shopping at the Grand Bazaar. They can also enjoy some of the authentic Turkish street food available in the place. Istanbul has mesmerizing international airports, and therefore, you can arrange for Turkey packages with flights. Consider a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia As stated earlier, all travellers consider Cappadocia as an exquisite piece of Nature's art. Although most people prefer to trek through the place, another way to enjoy and experience this natural beauty is to take a hot air balloon ride over it. Such a ride will give a fairytale feeling as the tourists look down at the rock patterns, ancient caves, and underground cities. While you plan your packages from Dubai to Turkey , ensure that you have included this aspect in your to-do list. Fill your tummy with Turkish food If you visit Turkey, you must enjoy all the famous Turkish delicacies. You must have a separate plan for having street foods in Turkey. Istanbul is the best place where tourists can get authentic Turkish foods. To enjoy the best Turkish foods, include Istanbul in your Turkey travel packages from Dubai . Visit Pamukkale Most tourists feel mesmerized when they read about and see images of Pamukkale. The place is a natural wonder, and many movies from different countries have shown it. If you want to have a memorable experience, include Pamukkale in your best holiday deals to Turkey .
Best time to visit Turkey
Since Turkey has so many travel destinations to offer, there is no single best season to travel to Turkey. Most travelers consider Autumn and Spring season to be the best time to visit the archaeological sites, while June to September is best for going to the beaches. Tourists prefer April to October to be the best time to travel to Turkey in 2020.
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A 8 night trip to marvellous Turkey
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- Afternoon Tour Ephesus and Virgin Mary's House
- Pamukkale Small Group Tour from Kusadasi
- Antalya City Tour with Waterfalls and Cable Car +1 activities
- 4 activities
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Starts from AED 2,482 /Person
A 8 Nights and 9 Days Turkey Package from Dubai
- Istanbul (2N)
- Morning Istanbul: Half-Day Tour with Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Hippodrome and Grand Bazaar
- Evening Sunset Cruise in Istanbul
- Full-Day Pamukkale Tour From Kusadasi +2 activities
- 5 activities
Starts from AED 3,997 /Person
A 7 Nights and 8 Days Turkey Vacation from Dubai
- Istanbul (3N)
- Full-Day Istanbul Princes' Islands Tour Included Horse Carriage From Istanbul
- 3 activities
Starts from AED 1,618 /Person
A 10 Nights Turkey Vacation from Dubai
- Full-Day Pamukkale Tour From Kusadasi +3 activities
- 6 activities
Starts from AED 4,760 /Person
A 5 Nights and 4 Days Turkey Tour Package from Dubai
- Antalya (2N)
- PAMUKKALE TOUR
- Hot Air Balloon Flight Over the Fairy Chimneys in Cappadocia
- 2 activities
Starts from AED 3,235 /Person
A 5 Nights and 4 Days Turkey Holiday Package from Dubai
- Full Day: Classic Istanbul Tour Including Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace
Starts from AED 1,846 /Person
A 5 Nights and 4 Days Turkey Package from UAE
Starts from AED 2,902 /Person
A 4 Nights to Istanbul, Turkey Vacation from Dubai
- Istanbul (4N)
- Sultan Ahmed Mosque +1 activities
Starts from AED 825 /Person
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- Athens (2N)
- Santorini (3N)
- Acropolis of Athens
- Visit Super Paradise +5 activities
- 8 activities
Starts from AED 9,050 /Person
An ideal 10 night Europe itinerary for a Family getaway
- 0 activities
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- Return Air ticket with Pegasus Airlines (including 20 kg baggage)
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Istanbul is that magical place where East meets West. It has more top-drawer attractions than it has minarets (and that's a lot). In fact, the city's location isn't its only draw card; back in the day it was the final stage on the legendary Silk Road linking Asia with Europe, and many merchants who came here liked it so much that they decided to stay. In so doing, they gave the city a cultural diversity that it retains to this day.
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- Copies of Passport, UAE residence visa, previous Turkey, UK, USA, or Schengen visas copies, if any.
- Two Photos (5x6 cm, recent in white background, dark coloured clothes, without glasses)
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- Original bank statement for 03 months with bank stamp with sufficient funds (updated till 5-7days prior to appointment date).
- NOC for family or dependent (if applicable)
- Marriage certificate copy (translated in English, if applicable)
- Birth certificate copy for children (translated in English, if applicable)
- Ticket & hotel (we will provide for visa purpose)
- Tenancy contract (translated in English)
- Insurance Certificate (copy will get at the visa applicant Center)
Visa fee: AED 275 per person to be paid at the VFS by the applicant in person
Assistance charges: AED 490 (including VFS appointment fee of AED 490, ticket & hotel for visa purpose only)
Processing time: 10 -15 working days after appointment
*Rates are subject to availability. Above is just a quote, no booking made yet. Peak season surcharges may apply on some dates. The itinerary is subject to change/swap without any prior notice. There will not be any refund for any unutilised service or sightseeing. In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel. Any meals and services, unless mentioned in the itinerary, are not included. You are fully responsible for verifying and obtaining the documents required for your trip and visa. Please Note: Standard check-in to the hotel is 1400/1500 hours and check-out is always 1100/1200 Hours. Early check-in and late check-out are subject to availability. All photos and videos shown are illustrative. Fix Departure date, no amendment and changes possible.
*Refunds will be based on how many days prior to your booked departure we receive your cancellation notice, with the charges increasing closer to your departure date. If the cancellation is received prior to 45 days or more of departure,10% of the holiday amount is non-refundable + Full cancellation for non-refundable tickets ; 44 - 31 days prior to departure, Non-refundable booking amount + 25% of the holiday cost will be deducted; if the holiday is cancelled 30 - 15 days prior to departure Non-refundable booking amount + 50% of the holiday cost will be deducted ; if the trip is cancelled 14 - 10 days prior to departure, Non-refundable booking amount + 75% of the holiday cost will be deducted; and if the trip is cancelled 10 days prior to departure, 100% of the total amount will be deducted. In case of non-refundable tickets, the entire amount of the ticket will be deducted.
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Turkey is a land of surprises. Be ready to witness its magnificence and to revel in its utmost excellence. Get a chance to explore the best of Turkish architecture. Take a walk through the lanes of great history and understand its beautiful culture. Shop at wonderful markets. Our Turkey holiday packages provide all the fun you look forward to. Come across wonderful cities, romantic locations, great skyline, lush landscapes and a happy winsome crowd. Turkey offers you the quintessential holiday in the Middle East and with our Turkey travel packages you have a buffet of world-class attractions to enjoy. Get set go now!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Turkey Tour
How to reach turkey.
Istanbul Airport and Sabiha Gokcen International Airport are the main airports in Turkey. As they have amazing connectivity to other countries across the globe, it is quite easy to reach Turkey via flights. And about how to reach Turkey from UAE, you can take direct non-stop flights from Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.
What is the best time to visit Turkey?
April to October makes the best time to visit Turkey.
What are the main places to visit in Turkey?
Some of the best places to visit in Turkey include Ephesus, Cappadocia, Grand Bazaar, Sumela Monastery, Alanya, Pamukkale, Blue Mosque and Antalya.
What are the top things to do in Turkey?
- Bring along your partner and enjoy a romantic hot-air balloon ride over Cappadocia.
- Catch a show of whirling dervishes, a traditional beauty of Turkey.
- Visit the ruins of Ephesus and other such historical places to understand the history of the country.
- Explore beaches and try your hand at various adventures such as river rafting and windsurfing.
- What are some interesting facts about Turkey?
- The Grand Bazaar located in Istanbul is one of the oldest markets in the world.
- Turkey is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world with a tourist influx of more than 45 million.
- Turkey is also famous for its wine production which is about 6000 years old.
What is the name of the currency of Turkey?
The currency of Turkey is Turkish lira (TRY).
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Turkey - Believe the Hype
Turkey has long been one of those appealing, culturally and geographically diverse regions. Turkey's culture is undoubtedly a rollercoaster, ranging from early-morning prayers to late-night celebrations. The nation even boasts a variety of historical and archaeological sites, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You may be certain that you will have a lengthy bucket list when you start planning your Turkey vacation.
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Learn about Turkey's history at Hagia Sophia Mosque.
The Hagia Sophia Mosque, dating from the sixth century CE, is one of the most well-known and significant Byzantine monuments still standing today. A number of historical events occurred at the Hagia Sophia church, also known as the Megale Ekklesia. It would fascinate you to learn that the mosque's building was formerly a church. It was afterward converted into a pagan temple before being restored into a mosque in 1453 AD. If you appreciate studying historical events, you will undoubtedly enjoy a visit to the Hagia Sophia mosque.
Witness the Ephesian Ruins
The Ruins of Ephesus, which show the presence of Greeks and Romans, are another must-see on any vacation to Turkey. The remains, which date back over 2,000 years, are set among lush green vegetating hills whose coasts are thought to have been brushed by the Aegean Sea with the ancient Ephesus. While you may believe that the ruins are simply for display, you are mistaken! Climb onto these ruins for photography or simply to enjoy the scenery.
On your trip to Turkey, make time to explore Cappadocia and experience hot-air ballooning. With flight times ranging from 1 to 2 hours, the excursion allows you to capture breathtaking views of Cappadocia from the hot-air balloon. Capturing all of the hot-air balloons soaring in the sky would be an equally amazing sight! It is advised to visit Cappadocia during sunrise or sunset for the best views.
Travel through time in Troy
One of the places in Turkey that both locals and tourists visit is the antiquity of Troy. The roughly 5,000-year-old city's ruins show the presence of some of the greatest kings in antiquity. These people include Julius Caesar and Alexander the Great, both of whom invaded the city with the aid of the Trojan Prince Aeneas. Despite having been built and destroyed around nine times, the city's ruins nevertheless bear witness to the carnage that occurred during the actual Trojan War. During your journey to Troy, you might discover a great deal more fascinating knowledge.
Sightseeing while riding the Ferry
You can sneak into Asia's Eminonu, Kabatas, and Besiktas and return to Turkey's European land by taking a ferry over the Bosphorous. It is the narrowest area in Turkey where Asia and Europe are divided by natural straits that are part of international waterways routes. You could notice the differences in city layout and architecture between Europe and Asia during the ferry voyage. While doing so, you can savor some delectable meals and beverages on the ferry to make it an unforgettable experience!
One of the most well-preserved antique theaters is found in Aspendos. Built in 155 AD under the reign of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, the theater of Aspendos had a capacity of 15,000–20,000 people. The stage area was regularly restored and maintained because it later served as a caravanserai (a roadside inn) during the Seljuk era. As a result, the Aspendos Theatre has survived to the present without losing nearly any of its original attributes.
Aegean Sea's southwest shore is home to the little town of Olüdeniz. It boasts a quiet sandy bay on a blue lagoon at the mouth of Olüdeniz. This Mediterranean beach continues to be one of the most photographed due to its famed turquoise hues. Due to its exceptional panoramic views, Olüdeniz is also regarded as one of the top paragliding locations in the world.
Nightlife in Turkey
Hello partygoers! Prepare to have a good time with Turkey's best nightlife. This lovely nation is more than this; it is renowned for its tradition, culture, and the arts. The country will astound you in so many ways, from taking in the vibrant city life after sunset to savoring the flavor of Turkish food and more. Turkey has various locations that provide the ideal nightlife experience, including dancing, musical events, and more. The best retro bars, restaurants, cafes, and other establishments may be found there. Turkey is a popular destination for tourists of all kinds because there is no shortage of locations that can be your ideal area to enjoy an exciting vacation.
● Bosphorus Cruise, Bosphorus Strait
● Whirling Dervish Show, Istanbul
● Pub Crawling, Istanbul
● Turkish Night Show, Cappadocia
● Dubliners Karaoke Bar, Aydın
● Piano Bar, Selimiye
● Pub Crawling, Marmaris
Turkish food, Hearty and Healthy !
There is nothing like Turkish Delight, or Lokum as it is known locally. The pink, sweet imitations you may have seen in the past shouldn't fool you. This delicious treat is made of scrumptious combinations of chopped dates, pistachios, walnuts, or hazelnuts and comes in a range of bright flavors to suit your palate.
Before departing Turkey, try one of the most well-known and delicious pork dishes from the Northwest. Thinly sliced lamb is served with warm tomato sauce on traditional bread in this dish, which is a spoof of the original Döner kebab. Add a lot of yogurt and butter on top, and you'll be licking your plate clean.
Manti - Turkish Ravioli
Prepare yourself, pasta lovers. Ravioli is a specialty of Turkey! Ground lamb or beef is placed inside tiny, hand-made dumplings, which are then covered in a rich yogurt sauce. Manti requires a lot of effort to prepare, but once you've had a bite, you'll understand why.
Before leaving Turkey, you may be sure that you'll be offered mezze, a selection of tiny meals typically served with drinks or before a meal. Turkish mezze frequently consists of excellent, warm pide, hummus, dolmas, rice-stuffed vine leaves, kofte, eggplant salad, and white cheese. Is there a better way to start a meal?
Rich, delicious, and almost incredible Finely chopped nuts are added to the flaky pastry layers to enhance them, and syrupy sweetness binds everything together. This dessert, which comes from the Ottoman Empire, is currently available almost everywhere in Turkey. In a restaurant, order one for dessert or take one away. It tastes good no matter how you consume it. When visiting Turkey, you must without a doubt sample this traditional dish.
Turkish Apple Tea
The tea that would most likely excite your taste buds is apple tea. Fortunately for you, this warm, sweet nectar of the Gods is in no short supply. You may find it almost anywhere—in a café, a restaurant, or a home. Turkish hospitality is heavily reliant on tea, or çay. You'll discover that even business owners will join their clients for a cup of tea. Here's a successful sales strategy at last.
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A fascinating country with diverse cultural influences from the ancient and modern worlds, Turkey straddles two continents. This gateway between East and West has a rich history, encompassing Roman architecture, Byzantine art and Ottoman palaces, and it also boasts astounding natural beauty, such as Bodrum’s idyllic coastline.
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Emirates gateway: Istanbul Ataturk Airport
Distance from Airport to city center: 45 Kilometers
Time zone: GMT + 2 hours
Dialing code: +90
Currency: Turkish Lira. Credit cards are widely accepted and ATMS are plentiful in main towns.
Languages: Turkish is the official language, while both Turkish and Kurdish are widely spoken, along with numerous minority languages, including Arabic and Zazaki. English is spoken in places frequented by tourists.
The climate varies from region to region, and from coast to coast. On the whole, spring (April to May) and autumn (September to mid-November) are the best times to visit when temperatures are more pleasant and the skies are clear.
Turkey is a cultural treasure trove and full of awe-inspiring landscapes, from the ancient archaeological site of Ephesus to Bodrum’s idyllic coastline.
• Visit Cappadocia’s lunar landscape of awe-inspiring rock formations, rock cones, fairy chimneys and cave entrances that reveal subterranean cities.
• From Bodrum, embark on a relaxing cruise along the rugged coastline of the Aegean and Mediterranean in a traditional sail boat, or gulet.
• The archaeological site of Ephesus, dating back to the 11th century BC, reveals the remains of this once-wealthy city.
• The epic Lycian Way is a 540-kilometre 29-day trek. Less serious walkers can opt to do shorter hikes along the trail, which runs parallel to the Turquoise Coast.
• Ankara is actually the capital of Turkey, not Istanbul. It was declared the capital in 1923, after the War of Independence.
• Istanbul is the only city in the world that straddles two continents: Europe and Asia.
• The Grand Bazaar is a labyrinth of 64 streets and over 4,000 shops. It’s one of the biggest and oldest covered markets in the world.
• Turkey is the birthplace of famous historical figures, including Homer, Aesop and Paul the Apostle.
• Some 150 metres below street level in Istanbul lies the cool chambers of the Basilica Cistern, the largest intact Byzantine cistern in the city, built in 532. Many of its columns were salvaged from ruined temples and feature intricately carved capitals.
Many of the city’s famous landmarks are Unesco World Heritage sites. Marvel at the Sultanahmet Mosque, or Blue Mosque, with its blue Iznik tiles and six minarets; Hagia Sophia, or the Church of Divine Wisdom, constructed as a basilica in the sixth century by Byzantine Emperor Justinian; and the Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans between the 15th and 19th centuries. Get a taste of contemporary Turkey at the Istanbul Modern Museum of Art. Don’t miss the Grand Bazaar and Spice Market, to shop for antiques, jewelry, leather goods, carpets and spices. Wander through the cobbled streets of the old Jewish, Greek and Armenian neighbourhoods, then take a sunset cruise on the Bosphorus or admire the skyline from one of the city’s fashionable rooftop bars.
Fifty years ago, picturesque Bodrum was a bohemian retreat. Today, it’s a year-round holiday destination for Turks and tourists alike who all come here for the great resorts, nightlife, restaurants and yachting lifestyle. Bodrum in summer has the ambience of the French Riviera, albeit with an exotic edge and is well known as the departure point for luxury gulet cruises along the coast.
Extending for 1,600 kilometres in the southern Mediterranean, the Turquoise Coast is known for its picturesque ruins, private coves and beautiful beaches. At the heart of Antalya, the region’s biggest city, is the historic Kaleici district, built around the Roman harbour. Many of the old buildings, dating from Ottoman and Roman times, have been restored as hotels, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. The Taurus Mountains form a dramatic backdrop along much of the Turquoise Coast, dropping steeply into the sea in many places.
South of the Sea of Marmara, beneath the slopes of Uludag, lies Bursa, an important centre since early Ottoman times. Bursa offers a fascinating mix of economic prosperity and elegant Ottoman architecture and the minarets of more than 125 mosques crowd the skyline. It also has many ancient thermal spas. Locals refer to it as Green Bursa, thanks to its many parks and gardens, and the green Iznik tiles that decorate famous monuments. On the Gallipoli peninsula, cemeteries are a reminder of the fallen soldiers of World War I.
The dramatic, unspoiled landscapes of eastern Turkey include the rocky beaches of the Black Sea, rising up to the lush green foothills of the snowcapped Kackar Mountains. In this region, the city of Trabzon is known for the golden towers and glittering mosaics of its Byzantine-era churches. One is the Aya Sofya, a scaled-downed version of the similarly named church in Istanbul.
Aromatic and often spicy, Turkish food is rooted in the aristocratic cuisine of the Ottoman empire. The heart of the nation’s food is meze, including dolma (stuffed vegetables), aubergine puree, mussels stuffed with spicy rice, and cheese pastries. Kebabs are served sprinkled with spicy sumac or stuffed into flat breads with yoghurt sauce and salad. Also popular are kofte (meatballs) and baked aubergine halves stuffed with spiced mince. Desserts include nut-filled baklava and lokum.
Due to its strategic location between East and West, Turkey is truly multi-cultural. Although almost 90% of the population is Muslim, it’s a secular state and most Turks identify strongly with being ‘Turkish’. After independence, a wealth of traditional arts was promoted including literature, dance, poetry and music. Turkey is alive with music, from the mystical flute music of the whirling dervishes to Ottoman classical court compositions, Anatolian folk tunes and rhythmic belly dancing to the latest dance and pop hits.
Many common animals, such as fallow deer, pheasant, wild sheep and tiger species, actually originated in Turkey. The country has over 80,000 animal species. Its ocean shores provide a refuge for monk seals and loggerhead turtles, while wetlands are a sanctuary for Dalmatian pelican, pygmy cormorant and the slender billed curlew. Numerous migratory birds fly over Turkey in spring and autumn. A spectacular sight is the annual migration of around a quarter of a million storks over Istanbul.
Turks first lived in Central Asia around 2000BC. By the early 11th century, they started to settle in Anatolia eventually establishing the Anatolian Seljuk State (1080-1308), or Konya Sultanate. The Ottoman Empire (1299–1923) rose to prominence, ruling over a vast territory on three continents. But from the 16th century, the superiority of the Ottomans was overtaken by Europe, which had developed rapidly with the conquest of new territories and the Industrial Revolution. The Ottoman Empire was defeated in World War I, forced to sign the Mondros Armistice in October, 1918 whereby its former territories were occupied by Britain, France, Russia, and Greece. A national resistance and liberation movement emerged under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk), who mobilized Anatolia in a quest for independence. The Turkish National Liberation War lasted 1919-1922, with the Turks’ victory sealed with the signing of the Lausanne Peace Treaty in 1923 and The Republic of Turkey proclaimed on October 29 the same year.
The archaeological site of ancient Ephesus, dating back to the 11th century BC, is the remains of a once-wealthy city, filled with terraced houses, fountains and decorative mosaic floors that are testament to its former glory. The Temple of Artemis, which used to house numerous art works, dates back to 550 BC and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Ephesus is located near the historical city of Selcuk, near Kusadasi, in Izmir district.
A cruise on the Bosphorus is one of the best ways to appreciate Istanbul’s magnificent skyline. Landmarks, like the Dolmabahce and Ciragan palaces and Ortakoy Mosque, are perched right on the water’s edge along with waterfront mansions, called yalis - the summer homes of the Ottoman elite. Boats on the Bosphorus pass beneath two suspension bridges, both of which connect Asia and Europe.
Cappadocia in Central Anatolia is a fairytale landscape of incredible volcanic rock formations and valleys shaped and eroded by the elements, known as the ‘fairy chimneys’. There are also ancient cave churches and monasteries, and entire underground cities to explore. At sunrise, a hot-air balloon ride is the best way to appreciate this unusual, lunar-like landscape from above.
Turkey is famous for its whirling dervishes, a sect of Sufi mystics who believe that ritual spinning in circles is a form of active meditation that will bring them closer to God. Their trance-like spinning or whirling is an integral part of sema, a symbolic religious ceremony that includes recitation from the Koran and music. Southwest of Cappadocia is Konya, home to the tomb of Rumi - the 13th-century founder of the whirling dervishes - and to a fascinating museum dedicated to him. The whirling dervishes are the main attraction at a festival commemorating Rumi in Konya each December.
The hammam, or public bathhouse or steam room, was central to traditional Turkish life before the advent of modern plumbing. Centuries-old marble hammams are still in use all over Turkey, where you can choose to relax in the steam room or be attended to by a hammam assistant who scrubs the body before administering a vigorous massage.
Nothing beats a ‘blue cruise’ aboard a gulet, a traditional wooden fishing boat, along Turkey’s glittering Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. The pleasures of such a holiday are simple, such as eating delicious freshly caught seafood on board, swimming in remote coves, visiting deserted beaches, and stopping off in tiny villages to visit historical ruins or the local market. The coast is also littered with hidden underwater ruins dating as far back as 2000BC.
Take Turkish tea or coffee
Wherever you go in Turkey, a glass of cay, or tea, will be offered before you’ve even had a chance to sit down. Turks are one of the highest consumers of tea per capita in the world. Turkish coffee is enjoyed more as a digestive after meals or on special occasions. Thick, cloudy and strong, the unfiltered coffee is made with finely ground coffee beans and is not for the faint hearted.
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