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Istanbul
Turkey

4 Days Istanbul Travel Package 4 Days / 3 Nights

The best of Istanbul awaits you in this 4-day Istanbul Vacation Package. Visit the main attractions: Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, Hagia Sophia, and more. Book now!

Visited Locations
  • Hagia Sofia
  • Blue Mosque
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Grand Bazaar
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cappadocia
Turkey

Istanbul and Cappadocia Itinerary 5 Days / 4 Nights

Discover Turkey with our Turkey Travel Package. Istanbul and Cappadocia and their main attractions. Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, Göreme, Avanos and More. Book now!

Visited Locations
  • Hagia Sophia
  • Blue Mosque
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Pasabagi
  • Avanos
  • Underground City of Kaymakli
  • Göreme
(5)
Istanbul
Turkey

5 Days Istanbul Package 5 Days / 4 Nights

5 days in marvelous Turkey: Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, The Blue Mosque, The House of the Virgin Mary, Sea of Marmara, and more. Book now!

Visited Locations
  • Blue Mosque
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Grand Bazaar
  • The House of the Virgin Mary
  • Sea of Marmara
(5)
cappadocia
Turkey

Istanbul and Cappadocia Vacation Package 6 Days / 5 Nights

Fantastic 6-day Turkey Package Tour. Visit the best of Istanbul and Cappadocia! The main attractions, unique landscape, underground cities, and much more are here! 

Visited Locations
  • Blue Mosque
  • Hagia Sophia
  • Grand Bazaar
  • The Topkapi Palace
  • Cappadocia
  • Pasabag
  • Avanos
  • Goreme
  • Underground City
(5)
Turkey
Turkey

Splendors of Turkey 10 Days / 9 Nights

10-day Turkey Vacation Package, including Istanbul, Pamukkale, Kusadasi, Cappadocia, and various attractions. A trip of tradition & natural beauties. Book now!

 

 

Visited Locations
  • Istanbul
  • Cappadocia
  • Ephesus
  • Pamukkale
  • Kusadasi 
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Travel Guide

The Bosphorus Strait

Dividing the Modern life of the West from the Orient of The East, the Bosphorus Strait is more than just a body of water, it’s a heritage & essential piece of history for you to discover through our article. 
 

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The Blue Mosque

Famous for its sky blue tiles, the Blue Mosque of Turkey is more than an ancient architectural beauty, it’s a magnificent piece of history. Read on & Discover some of that history & more. 

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The Ancient city of Cappadocia

Cappadocia, a city referenced by ancient scriptures and beloved by its inhabitants and visitors alike is a truly spectacular place. Discover the runes, caverns, sites and the adventure awaiting you in Cappadocia.

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Frequently Questions

Most foreigners and tourists will need to enter and enjoy the splendours of Turkey. The visa could easily be obtained upon arrival at Ataturk airport. There are two types of tourist visa in Turkey, A single entry visa & a multiple entry visa.  The first is valid for one single visit and the second is allows you to enter, leave & renter Turkey as ou please during its validity period. The multiple entry visa validity duration is 30. 60 & 90 days THis is why it’s handy for you to have some cash in the form of dollars, euros & sterling pounds on you when arriving at the airport for the visa. As we stated before, you would usually be able to get your tourist visas from the airport or port customs, ( if you came via a cruise), however, visas for longer stays such as study and employment must be acquired in advance. Finally, these courses are subject to change at any given point so we recommend you check with the Turkish consular or embassy in your country. You also need a valid passport for 6 months from your entry date to Turkey.

Without a doubt, Turkey is one of the safest tourism countries out there, boating a low crime rate when compared to many countries of western Europe. The precautions that you would need to take while in turkey are the basic precautions you would take to any foreign country your visiting for the first time. Driving the point home, the U.S Federal Activation Administration (FFA) has placed the Turkeys Civil Aviation Authority in its highest ranking category, Category 1.  

The official currency of Turkey is the Turkish Lira and its abbreviation is TRY. The Liras exchange rate for a single US dollar to Turkish Lira is 6.97 TRY, for the Euro its 8.21 Lira, for the Canadian dollar its 5.21 Lira and last but Not least for The Sterling Pound, it’s 9.13.

You have nothing to worry in terms of communicating with the locals as English is the most spoken foreign language in Turkey. Knowing only English will not be an issue while navigating the main sites, shopping malls, restaurants & holiday Resorts in the country it might be different in the more rural sectors of the country though. So learning a couple of basic terms such as greetings, how to ask for prices, goodbyes and thank you terms is not a bad idea.

Turkey is a modern country and the same as its modern brethren has all the payment methods you would possibly need for a vacation. So yes you would be able to use our credit and debit cards while in turkey but it’s a good idea to carry some cash with you in case you head to a village or the more rural areas of turkey, away fro the city capital

There are no legally required vaccinations needed to be able to enter turkey it is recommended though as per the Who that the routine vaccinations be taken before visiting the country, especially if no prior vaccination was taken. The vaccinations were talking about here would be your run in the mill vaccinations which in this case would be hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, rabies, and tetanus. hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, rabies, and tetanus.

In terms of internet connectivity, Turkey has got you covered with multiple free wifi spots on everything from buses, trains & ferryboats to Hostels, hotels & Dorms. Forgot to bring your laptop with you? No need to worry most hotels in Turkey provide you with an internet-connected laptop or you can always check to see if you can use the hotels PC.  

As for using your Mobile in Turkey, you should be able to use the device normally as long as you have your roaming service activated, Turkey is covered with your network at home & you’re connecting to the right network. This all applies if your visit is a short one (120 days) if you will be staying in Turkey for an extended period of time you will need to register yor phone with the government and pay a fee. As for Network coverage, Turkey has three Major mobile phone companies, Turkcell, Vodaphone & Turk Telekom, all offering excellent coverage throughout the country.  

The tap water in Turkey is safe to use when it comes to non-hydration needs such as bathing and brushing your teeth, due to the heavily chlorinated nature of the water in Turkey. The option to go here when you need to quench your thirst would be bottled water.  

Casual wear is the name of the game when visiting most of the attractions Turkey has to offer. For men, a simple combination of trousers, pants or Long Shorts with a T-Shirt would be fine. For the ladies, conservative and uptight attire such as pants or skirts is fine as well. One extra item of clothing female travellers might need when visiting turkey, especially religious sites such as mosques would be a scarf to act as a headcover.  

One of the great things about turkey is that its year-round travel destinations of the world.  Summers can get pretty warm and winters can get chilly in Turkey. Visiting Turkey from April to May & from September to November would be your best bet as these are the Spring and Autumn seasons of Turkey. The reason we recommend these months in case your visiting inland locations as the weather is more forgiving, making it easier to Navigate the cities amazing sites. 

If you’re going to Turkey to hit the coast and bath in its sunny beaches, both the Aegean & the Mediterranean coast enjoy a Mediterranean climate with mild winters & hot summers. Two great year-round destinations would be the beach resorts of  Marmaris and Kusadasi.