Airport transfers in Turkey
Turkey offers just about everything. If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday by glorious sandy beaches, with culture and history on your doorstep, then look no further. For the adventure seekers, paragliding, sailing, rafting, mountain biking and much more await. Before you can experience this treasure trove of action, please make sure you have at least three months remaining on your passport as you may be refused entry otherwise.
A fascinating and diverse land where Europe meets Asia
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The historic capital city of Turkey is Ankara and is situated almost slap-bang in the centre of the country. Drenched in history, Ankara is a hotbed for archaeologists. We recommend picking up a guidebook before you leave and doing some homework on the places that match up to your interests. The city is famous for Angora goats (mohair), Angora cats, Angora rabbits and Muscat grapes. Ankara is a massively important and industrial city right at the heart of the Turkish economy.
With a Muslim heartbeat running through the country, there are a couple of cultural guidelines to adhere to. *If you visit any of the beautiful mosques, please remember to remove your shoes before entering. Entering a mosque with shoes on your feet can be viewed as a huge sign of disrespect. Ladies should cover their heads, shoulders and bare legs in garments. If you arrive at a mosque under prepared, you needn’t worry. Most mosques will lend you the required garments free of charge to ensure there is no cultural crossover.
Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and straddles the Bosphorus Strait. The Bosphorus forms part of the border between Europe and Asia. Istanbul is famed for its partisan and passionate rival football fans, and its beautiful architecture. Amongst the mosques and religious points of interest lies the Dolmabahce Palace. The palace is a must-see, with a fabulous interior, crystal staircase, and throne room with a four-ton crystal chandelier and alabaster baths. The architecture of the city will take your breath away and the Palace is right at the heart of it.
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To sample local gastronomic delicacies, head to The Egyptian Bazaar.
Honeycomb, Turkish delight, nuts, pastries, spices and cheese are readily available and you can also pick up your coffee beans here.
The Grand Bazaar is where you can buy your material goods such as authentic carpets, souvenirs, handbags, leather goods and clothing. When you hit the Bazaar, make sure you take your best haggling skills with you and get ready to haggle hard! The stall keepers will try and drive a hard bargain, so you will have to be ready to do the same.
A hugely popular attraction in Istanbul is the Miniaturk, situated on the north east shore of the Golden Horn. At the Miniaturk, 105 or Turkey’s most well-known sights are recreated in incredible and miniature detail. This is a genuine must-see and if you have children, they will love it.
If you’re planning to visit one of the Mediterranean coast resorts, you should head to Alanya. Alanya is close to the Taurus Mountains and not too far from the Damlatas Caves. There is a striking castle and beautiful hotels.
Alternatively, you could be headed to Belek. Many of Belek’s hotels have private beaches with the opportunity to try your hand at scuba diving. White water rafting and golf are other popular local activities. Dalyan is a more undeveloped resort but is home to the wonderful Iztuzu beach. The beach is inhabited by loggerhead turtles, a majestic sight to behold. There are also thermal springs and mud baths if you feel the need for a cleanse, and wetlands with a variety of birds and wildlife.
Marmaris is popular and busy. There are markets aplenty, but all is not as it seems. If you see a product for sale with a designer logo, it is likely to be a fake. You can step away from the bustling centre and sample some of the watersports, or take a horse safari into the neighbouring villages.
Nearby Oludeniz probably has the best beaches on the entire Med. With the backdrop of the Taurus Mountains, it has sumptuous grey-white sandy bays and coves running into the clear turquoise sea. The lagoon here is invitingly crystal clear. If it’s buzzing nightlife you’re looking for, it’s perhaps not the place for you. There are good quality restaurants serving a variety of international cuisine, but not much by way of nightclubs.
If you’re seeking a quiet holiday away from the hustle and bustle, head for Kalkan. High quality restaurants and bars decorate this unspoiled, peaceful resort. It’s hassle free and perfect for rest and relaxation.
Turkey Airport Transfers: We offer an airport transfer to the famous resort of Bodrum. Located on the South Aegean Sea, Bodrum is scattered with shops and markets, and fabulous seafood restaurants.
The third largest Turkish city of Izmir sits against the backdrop of stunning mountains. Whilst it’s a busy port and commercial hub, the holiday resort feel still remains. Tree-lined promenades provide a suitable scene for an evening stroll or a horse-drawn carriage ride. Make the trip to the top of the hill at Halil Rifat Pasa and marvel at the stunning views across the bay.
Whatever you are looking for, this diverse and beautiful country will provide you with a genuine Turkish delight. Have fun and enjoy this magnificent, historic country.