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I went to Bodrum last year and it was FANTASTIC! Both me and my boyfriend had the best time EVER!
If you're like me and on a package tour with included accommodation, the best map I've seen of Istanbul is sold for just US$2 at Cordial House HI just off Piyerloti Caddesi up towards the sights. They also have a bar and cafe which I would recommend.
If you come Olympos you should do these things: swim at night once, go to orange bar once, be on the beach at sunrise.
I've just come back from Kusadasi. I had the best time of my life. I had never been to Turkey before, but I would certainly recommend it to anyone. The food is nice, couldn't meet nicer people, you get treated like royalty, and it's cheap.
We had a great three days in Pamukkale. A great day trip is Aphrodisias, it has a great stadium and museum.
I've been to Marmaris 2 years running and it is excellent! Already booked again for July 2004, can't wait. Also take British Pounds with you. You'll find it easier if you can't get used to the MILLIONS in Turkish currency!
Marmaris is one of the most popular resort towns on the Turkish Riviera, located in the southwestern corner of the country. The town's past as a fishing village is minimally visible as the place's popularity keeps growing -- in peak season, the population is ten times its original number. Although the place has an …
In ancient times, Kusadasi was called Neapolis and it was supposedly founded by sick soldiers of Agamemnon’s army during the Trojan War. The heyday of Kuşadası began in late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. Until the fifteenth century, the name of the city was Scala Nova, a commercial center of the Republic of …
Ankara, Turkey's sprawling capital, can be a bit intimidating at first and definitely not as immediately appealing as Istanbul; however, if you dig a little deeper, you'll find that Ankara has plenty to offer. A lot of people assume that Istanbul is the Turkish capital, but the capital is actually located about five …
Antalya was founded in the second century BC by the Greek king of Pergamum, Attalus II, and was originally called Attalia. In the new era, the city was conquered by the Romans and became the winter residence of Emperor Hadrian. Antalya was for a long time under the rule of Rome and then of Byzantium. In the fifteenth …
Ayvalik is a small town located on the western coast of Turkey; it is a very quiet town in much contrast to the hustle of Istanbul. It can be reached by ferry or by a bus, which takes about nine hours when coming from Istanbul or five-and-a-half hours when coming from Izmir. There are very few hostels in Ayvalik, as …
Göreme is a spectacular and other worldly village in Turkey's amazing Cappadocia region in the centre of the country famous for its spectacular and unique rock formations and ancient cave churches. Cappadocia and Göreme contain some of the most stunning scenery in all of Turkey and are definite must-see destinations …
Çanakkale is a pretty, small port city located on the Dardanelles strait on the Asian side of Turkey. Çanakkale is the perfect place to base yourself to explore the nearby battlefields of Gallipoli, the ancient city ruins of Troy, Bozcada, and Gokceada islands and the city of Çanakkale offers many attractions in itself …
Kaş is located in the southwestern part of Turkey, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. For most of its history, it has been a quiet fishing town and is therefore relatively unspoilt and has only recently become a popular tourist destination. Visitors arrive here in search of a quiet and authentic yet breathtakingly …
Istanbul was the destination of the legendary Orient Express. It's the gateway between Asia and Europe. In fact the city of Istanbul is half in Europe and half in Asia, with the Strait of Bosphorus splitting it down the middle. Most of the hostels in Istanbul are located in the European (west) side of the city, along …
Cappadocia is an area within Turkey's Central Anatolia region, famous for its unusual rock formations and cave houses and churches. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations within Turkey (after Istanbul). Cappadocia is made up of several valleys, including the Rose Valley, Pigeon Valley, and Red Valley. There …
Fethiye is a spectacular port town on Turkey's southern "Turquoise Coast" and is full of history, great restaurants, markets, plus Fethiye hostels and hotels to cater to every budget. With so much to do in and around Fethiye, it's a perfect place to base yourself and explore this spectacular region. Set on stunning, …
Bodrum is located in the southwest of Turkey, on a peninsula of the same name. It is a place that never sleeps, where the sun is always shining, and where you are guaranteed an amazing time no matter what type of holiday you have in mind for yourself. As the city is spread out along the coast and has a vast amount of …
Nevşehir is located in the famous and very touristic province of Cappadocia in Turkey. The region is famous for the unusual rock formations and cave houses and churches it houses. Nevşehir is one of the largest cities in the region, and is a great place to base yourself for trips to the nearby Goreme National Park. …
İzmir, which is the third-biggest city of Turkey after Istanbul and Ankara, is situated on the western shore of the county, in the region of Anatolia. It is a big, busy, and fairly crowded city, with definitely less charm than Istanbul. However, it might still be worth a few days' visit, especially if you are …