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Public holidays in Turkey however mean that government buildings, banks and many official offices will closed. Anyway if you planning to visit Turkey for business or wish to complete any Turkey property purchase, better to avoid the following dates. Some dates, especially Ramazan and Kurban Bayram subject to change. The Turkish government also often extends […]

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Walking route by the footsteps of Ancient Lelegs. In Pedasa lived the Lelegs during the Bronze and Iron Ages. Lelegs considered as a separate nation of the Ancient Carya, they moved here after the Trojan War. The flowering civilization of which fell for the period from 11th to 6th centuries BC.

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Turkish Airlines continues the campaign “Take a photo of Istanbul and win 2 tickets!” Turkish Airlines offers you to enjoy Touristanbul service campaign! During this tour share your Istanbul-themed photos on Instagram with hashtags #touristanbul and #turkishairlines to win 2 flight tickets. Part of terms and conditions: Entrants under the age of 18 cannot participate […]

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On the way to the centennial of its founding, the Republic of Turkey faces new challenges and forced to devote great efforts to solving problems. Until 2023 four years left, but now there is no doubt that the current government of the country and the ruling Justice and Development Party (RPS) can approach this date […]

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By the first two numbers you can determine from which region of Turkey this or that package. The full Bodrum post code is 48400. Other post codes in Turkey: 01 ADANA 02 ADIYAMAN 03 AFYON 04 AĞRI 05 AMASYA 06 ANKARA 07 ANTALYA 08 ARTVIN 09 AYDIN 10 BALIKESİR 11 BİLECİK 12 BİNGÖL 13 BİTLİS [...] Read More

On roads in Turkey generally used international road signs and signposts, although they’re still minor features. So, instead of the mandatory stop sign STOP, the sign DUR used.  The most common signs on the coast side – “Overtaking prohibited” and “End of the prohibition zone for overtaking”. It doesn’t look quite usual, but it’s clear […]

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Entrance fees applied in Bodrum museums and facilities according to the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism: REGION MUSEUM NAME PRICE

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On flight catering
06 February

On flight catering – OnurAir, Pegasus and Turkish Airlines. Everyone is treated on flight catering differently. Someone with pleasure eat buns and ravioli, and someone wrinkles his nose and drinks just bottled water. What does the food look like and do you need to take something with you on the plane? Let’s look at the example […]

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Public holidays in Turkey however mean that government buildings, banks and many official offices will closed. Anyway if you are planning on visiting Turkey for business or wish to complete any Turkey property purchase, better to avoid the following dates. Some dates, especially Ramadan and Kurban Bayram subject to change. The Turkish government also often […]

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My travel note today – about Gumbet (Gümbet). Every time I visit Gümbet in the evening, I think, how do people live here? It’s not about those who going to this city to break away, but about the locals. In the evening there is such a sound porridge that you want to get out as […]

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Bodrum’s new hip place, Gümüşlük, is now a must-see when traveling through the Aegean coast of Turkey. The heart of Gümüşlük is its seaside, where following a slope down from the main street you walk among stalls of handmade artwork. Many of them tended by the artists themselves. This town is well-known for its artistic […]

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Fish Market
21 June

Small Fish Market Fish market attract interest from everybody who stop by. Beyond its authentic atmosphere formed by various types of seafood, smell and voices, this is a place where you can see a part of the local daily life. This type of open markets are common for Turkish traditions and they call them “pazar”. They […]

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