Browse the range of Turkey tours available here at TourOpp. Turkey is a fascinating country, with a rich history, & friendly people. Find out more today! Turkey sits on the meeting point between Asia and Europe. It has a beautiful coast marked by dazzling beaches and tourist resorts. Turkey has some breathing-taking mountains and natural landscapes to explore, but its capital city, Istanbul, is its most popular destination. Take a look at our Istanbul tours to find out more. Turkey is the 6th most popular tourist destination in the world, and it has more than earned this place. With hundreds of ancient ruins and monuments, such as the Perge, Topkapi Palace, Olympos and Phaselis, Turkey is any history lover’s dream destination. If you’re interested in our range of tours in Turkey, you may also like to browse our Greek tours. Start planning your next big trip to Turkey!

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Food in Turkey

Magic and diversity are the two words that mark Turkey's exquisite cuisine. Their menu consists of a superb blend of everything European and everything Asian.

Places to Visit in Turkey

Once in Turkey the must-sees you just have to visit are: 1. Antkabir 2. Basilica Cistern 3. Bosphorus

Culture in Turkey

Turkey is a country pressed by two great continents. This unique position on the map influences their food, dress, and entire way of life.

Traditions in Turkey

The Turks are famed for starting off their day with a delightful cup of Turkish tea. Their traditional dish consists mainly of different stews of vegetables and meat. Meats eaten here is mainly lamb and beef. A large majority of the citizens are devoted Muslims.

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Main Things You Need To Know About Turkey

The Turks use the "Turkish lira" as their official medium of exchange throughout the country. 1 Turkish lira is divided into 100 kurus. The Turkish lira coins are available in 1, 5, 10, 25, 50ˇkuru?ˇand 1 Turkish lira, while the banknotes are available in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200 Turkish lire. One US dollar is equivalent to 3.81 Turkish lire.
Turkish language is the only officially recognised language of the Turks. No other language is taught or learnt by a Turk as a mother tongue. However, it is not the only language spoken among them. Other minor languages spoken include Kurmanji, Arabic, and Zazaki. English is understood and taught by only a very few percentage of the whole. Thus English visitors will need to seek for an interpreter or preferably a local guide.
Visa Information
The visa system in Turkey is advanced and a bit complicated. With the recent introduction of the Electronic Visa Application System tourists can apply for their visa online from the comfort of their homes. Mainly, the visa processed for anyone who wishes to enter Turkey is processed based on the main purpose of visiting. There are some nations whose citizens do not require a visa to enter turkey for a stay of 90 days within a 180-day period. Nationals of Northern Cyprus do not require a visa at all to enter Turkey. They may decide to live, study, and work indefinitely if they choose to do so. To avoid inconveniences that are most likely to occur, it is expedient to apply for the visa at least one month before the expected date of travel. The following requirements must be met to secure a Turkish visa. This includes the following:
1. A dully completed visa application form.
2. An original passport that will remain valid for at least six months 
3. Personal details showing name, gender, date of birth, etc.
4. Visa application fee. An e-visa costs $20. Tourists can pay the visa application fee using a credit or debit card. 
Getting There
Turkey can be reached by land, sea, air, or railway. AtatÅrk International Airport in Istanbul and Esenbo?a Airport in Ankara are the two primary airports the country. Of course, this is not to say that they are the only airports around. The country boasts over 30 sound international airports serving tourists and travellers from all over the globe. Tourists can fly into any of them to get into the country depending on which city they would love to visit first on their arrival. 
There are boat rides on ferries that connect Turkey with other nearby countries. Ferries from Turkey have direct links to Eastern Islands in Greece, Ancona and Venice in Italy, Famagusta in Northern Cyprus, and Sochi in Russia. Tourists can make their pick depending on their start and finish locations.
The use of trains to travel into Turkey seems to be receding into history but travels through this means is possible. There are railways that also connect Europe to Turkey. Travellers will find direct trains moving from Sofia in Bulgaria, Belgrade in Serbia, Villach in Austria, Budapest in Hungary, Bucharest in Romania, Pythion and Thessaloniki in Greece, and Tehran and Tabriz in Iran direct into Turkey.
Tourists can choose to go by road travel. By road travel, one can either drive a car or join the country?s bus. To drive a car is a fantastic selection but one needs an international driving license plus the international insurance Card.
There are several paths into Turkey with a bus. From Greece, there are bus networks from Athens and Thessaloniki. Sofia in Bulgaria and Constanta in Romania also have direct bus lines to Turkey. The paths into Turkey with a bus are not limited to these few. Travellers can journey from other parts of Europe and Asia to any of these countries with directs routes to Turkey and explore the beauty of other countries and cities before getting to the main course in Turkey.
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Peak Travel Periods
The best times to visit Turkey are when the country experiences autumn, between September to November, and when the country experiences spring, between April and May. During these periods the weather is mild and pleasant for touristic activities. Turkey records its peak travels and a max influx of tourists within these periods. It is not usually for prices to go up during these periods. 

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