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Turkish Tourism Smashing Growth Targets in 2009

Turkey received 18,694,028 visitors in the first 8 months of 2009, an increase of 1.1% on the same period last year. Heavy investment in the tourism sector, increased sophistication in its tourism brand, and the good value of the Turkish Lira for foreign visitors have all contributed to this success....

Posted on 29 October 2009

Tourism From Middle East to Turkey Part III: Kuwait

Turkey is becoming one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations. This is understandable given the vastness of the countries cultures, benefits, climates, varied locations and differing climates — something for everyone you could say. Because of its predominantly Muslim ethnic make-up, Turkey is understandably a very popular destination with...

Posted on 24 October 2009

Turkish Airlines to Boost Medical Tourism with 25% Discount on Fares

Turkey's national airline is to offer a 25% discount to people who are flying into the country to receive medical treatment. This is likely to be a massive boost to Turkey's medical tourism industry. Medical tourism is currently the fastest growing sector in the travel and tourism industry. The name...

Posted on 22 October 2009

Tourism from Middle East to Turkey Part II: UAE

Turkey is becoming one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations. This is understandable given the vastness of the countries cultures, benefits, climates, varied locations and differing climates — something for everyone you could say. Because of its predominantly Muslim ethnic make-up, Turkey is understandably a very popular destination with...

Posted on 16 October 2009

Tourism from Middle East to Turkey in Focus Part I: Qatar

Turkey is becoming one of the world's most popular tourism destinations. This is understandable given the vastness of the countries cultures, benefits, climates, varied locations and differing climates -- something for everyone you could say. Because of its predominantly Muslim ethnic make-up, Turkey is understandably a very popular destination with...

Posted on 09 October 2009

Turkish Foreign Minister to EU: We Kept Our Side, Keep Yours & Assess Our Bid

The Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has urged his European Union counterparts to accelerate the process of re-examining his country's bid for full membership, and to not let the Cyprus issue stall it any further. Davutoğlu said that his country is currently amidst a period of unparalled reform aimed at...

Posted on 05 September 2009

Ölüdeniz: An Undiscovered Paradise and Only a Budget Airline Trip Away

Compared to other parts of Turkey, you hardly ever hear about OluDeniz, but when it comes to buying a property in Turkey -- and many other places in the world -- that is certainly a good thing. The beach at Ölüdeniz set inside a naturally sheltered and almost tropical bay...

Posted on 03 September 2009

Turkey Expecting 26million Tourists This Year – 30million 2010

Despite the international crisis the Turkish government is still expecting to see 26 million tourists this year, a major growth on the 23 million received last year. "We are expecting around 26 million tourists this year and our target for 2010 is 30 million if we could overcome the crisis,"...

Posted on 30 August 2009

Holiday Lettings Pin-Point Property Investment Opportunities in Turkey

Holiday Lettings.co.uk, arguably the world's largest portal for private rental properties around the world, has said that the demand for private rental properties in Marmaris and Istanbul is currently outstripping supply, pointing to a hole in the market that property investors could profit from filling. Easyjet has revealed that it...

Posted on 22 August 2009

Maxima Developing New Multi-Million Condotel in Izmir

Maxima hotel group is building a massive all-year round holiday resort in Özdere, a holiday resort in the Aegean port city of İzmir. The resort will target the Russian and Belgian arkets with the hope of achieving all year occupancy. The resort will consist of private houses and a 5...

Posted on 13 August 2009