Connecting the European and Asian continents, Turkey is a colourful country that has hosted some of the most important civilizations in history. From Göbeklitepe to Hagia Sophia, from Uludağ to Pamukkale, from the Mediterranean to the Aegean... A country where culture, nature and history combine for a matchless holiday.
And, if you seek an affordable holiday, Turkey is among the most reasonably priced destinations you’ll find!
Whether you prefer the calm waters of the Aegean Sea, the warmth of the Mediterranean or the wild waves of the Black Sea, the historical richness of the southeast or the pristine nature of the Black Sea region, a Turkey holiday will make your dream come true.
Turkey’s beauty is present throughout the year: In the summer, the coastline, including Marmaris, Bodrum, Antalya, Fethiye and İzmir, offer warm seas and sunny days. In the winter, ski centres such as Uludağ and Sarıkamış are bustling with snow-loving visitors. Metropolitan areas such as Istanbul and Ankara provide year-round excitement, especially as Turkey is also famous for its nightlife!
A Turkey holiday includes natural beauty, historic sites and hospitable people – all available at an affordable price.
Geographically rich with all the gifts nature has to offer: the sea, lakes, rivers and hot springs; mountains, valleys and spectacular rock formations. In addition, Turkey’s infrastructure ensures that visitors enjoy modern technological advantages.
Get to know Turkey and discover this beautiful region: With the Turkey travel guide, you will witness how mesmerizing a country can be!
A vast range of accommodations include resorts, serviced apartments, villas, hotels, hostels, guest houses, bungalows and camping areas; all with affordable prices and superb prices. From major metropolises to the tiniest villages, hotels in Turkey will fit both your requirements and your budget!
Turkish tourism covers an incredibly wide spectrum: from the Mediterranean coastline to the Aegean seaside; from historic sites to natural beauty throughout the country. As such, it is suitable for both cultural and leisure holidays.
It depends on the individual traveller: if you’re looking for a beach holiday, start in Bodrum, Fethiye or Antalya; for more emphasis on history, start in Istanbul. If you want to know more about Turkey’s rich ethnic culture, you can begin your trip in Turkey’s southeast region.
There are two types of holidays in Turkey: official and religious. Like most of the world, New Year’s Day (January 1) is a holiday.
Official Holidays in Turkey: April 23, National Sovereignty and Children's Day; May 1 International Worker’s Day; May 19 The Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day; July 15, Democracy and National Unity Day; August 30, Victory Day; and October 29, Republic Day.
Religious Holidays in Turkey: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha (The dates change every year.)
Eid al-Adha is a four-day Islamic religious celebration, including consecration for Allah in Turkey, as it is throughout the Muslim world. Muslims slaughter cattle, sheep and goats, and distribute the meats to family, neighbours, and those in need.
Eid al-Fitr is celebrated for three days in Turkey, as it is throughout the Islamic world, to commemorate the end of the month-long Ramadan fast.
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