Turkey - Mugla
Ölüdeniz - Olu deniz
The main beach can be crowed with tourists over the summer months but even so it's still well worth a visit. The main beach and lagoon offer safe swimming and are an ideal spot to relax in the sun. Paragliding and parasailing are also popular activities for anyone who need a bit of a thrill.
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Turkey - Denizli
Best exprince in turkey
We had a fantastic few days here, despite the weather because the owners here took the trouble to take us to see the many different cultural sites and places to visit in this area. Most people come here for just the calcium pools, but we were lucky enough to be travelling in the low season, so the owner had extra time to take us to local mud baths and to a lovely little villiage just above the Pamukkale area where we ate delicious home made Turkish pancakes, drank tea, and learnt all about carpe....
Turkey - Denizli
Sunset Pamukkale and Hotel in Pamukkale
The obvious attraction of Pamukkale is the gleaming calcium travertines which are now a world heritage site. Pamukkale actually means "Cotton Castle" and it's easy to see why, with the distinct shape of the travertines. The terraces are formed by a chemical reaction that results in calcium carbonate sedimenting to form a travertine. The calcium rich waters are about 35.6 C when they first come from the ground and flow over the terraces into the beautiful pools.Dort Mevsim Hotel in Pamu....
Turkey - Bursa
eat iskender kebap
Iskender is the traditional dish of Bursa. If you love meat (the main ingredientof iskender is "doner", another speciality of Turkey) you'll love iskender. Thename comes from the founder of the dish.
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Turkey - Istanbul
The Blue Mosque
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque (in Turkish Sultanahmet Camii, in English commonlycalled the Blue Mosque) is a mosque in Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey andthe capital of the Ottoman Empire from 1453 to 1923. It is regarded as one ofthe greatest masterpieces of Islamic architecture.
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Turkey - Istanbul
The Grand Bazaar
The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is one of the largest covered markets in the worldwith more than 58 streets and 3000 shops. It is well-known for its jewelry,pottery, spice and carpet shops. Many of the stalls in the bazaar are grouped bytype of good, with regions for leather coats, gold jewelry and the like. It has250,000-400,000 daily visitors.
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Turkey - west of türkiye
moon light silver shop (julias place)
She ıs the only woman to own her own shop ın selçuk and ıs very frıendly. You wıll fınd a wıde selectıon of turkısh souvenirs and sılver. Best prıce and all made and desıgned by her. You wıll not be hasseled as the carpet shop ownes are affraıd of her!
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Turkey - Anatolia
Ephesus is the most intact/restored archealogy city in the world. You can see ancient marble columns, arches, houses, temples, streets, bath houses, theatres, the brothel and the infamous 2 story all marble library. The beauty and size of these structures are sure to take your breath away. Also within 10km of Ephesus is the House of the Virgin Mary, the temple of Artemis, (one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world), and the Church of St. John.
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Turkey - Antalya
Friendly Guesthouse
Friendly atmosphere and good travel tips from the team working there. They also organize off-the- beaten tracks trekkings and canyoning. Great experience !!!
Turkey - Pamukkale - West Turkey
Pamukkale - White Terraces
The terraces are extremely beautiful. It is open all day from about 8am till around 6pm. You can spend as long as you want here during the day. There is plenty of places to walk, there is also a large thermal pool for a swim with lovely settings. There is also a nice walk up behind the terraces with Roman remains. Be careful of all the people trying to sell you stuff. Plenty of tour buses run from the tourist areas also.
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