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A New Addition to Cave Tourism in Turkey

Even though turmoil in recent years has prompted a decrease in year-on-year visitors to the country of Turkey; tourism stats are still much higher than they were at the turn of the century. One prominent reason for this is the intense diversification, of its tourism structure to capture the attention...

Posted on 12 June 2017

The Turkish Food and Drink Starter Guide

We have many travel tips for first-time visitors to Turkey and the first is to delve into the cultural side of Turkish food and drink. The national cuisine of Turkey and its beverages never fails to amaze and delight with its intense diversity of flavours and ingredients. Vegetarians will be...

Posted on 09 June 2017

The Best Beaches on the Aegean Coast of Turkey

Over the last twenty years, Turkey has risen to fame in the travel industry as the ideal beach holiday destination. Providing everything couples, solo travellers and families want for their sandy retreat; the 445 Blue Flag beaches probably take much credit. However, stats exclude scenic, small bays rarely visited by...

Posted on 19 May 2017

Turkey’s First Touristic Submarine takes its Maiden Dive

The Nemo Primero in Antalya that is Turkey’s first touristic submarine has made its maiden voyage to much success and media attention. The 20-meter long and 4-meter wide sub holds up to 48 people, including the crew and can dive down 35 metres for passengers to view underwater shipwrecks and...

Posted on 15 May 2017

Bodrum Paramount Luxury Hotel Opening in May

On May the 6th 2017, to much hype and international attention, Paramount brings a slice of California to Turkey by opening a new luxury hotel and resort in the Zeytinlikahve Mevki Bay of the Bodrum peninsula. Promising to have a unique identity, inspired by local creativity, and be a living...

Posted on 02 May 2017

Balkan Tourists Stuck on Turkey

According to  a new story in the SE Times tourists from the Balkan countries have not been turned off a Turkish holiday by the recent unrest in Istanbul. Turkey has been bogged down by news of the protests since the end of May. Some say it’s a storm in a...

Posted on 29 June 2013

Turkish Tourism Continues Strong Growth in May

Turkey is a tourists dream. In fact, it is like a food that you are apprehensive to try out but then when you do, you find out that you have been missing out terribly. Tourists made this realisation about Turkey round about 2002 and ever since then Turkish tourism numbers...

Posted on 26 June 2013

Turkey Continues Global Outreach with New Gambia Agreement

One of the things I love most about the Turkish government's economic management is the fact that it never rests on its laurels. When Turkey reached visa-free deals with several Arab states just before the Arab spring eradicated much of its competition for Arab tourism it seemed as though Erdogan...

Posted on 28 September 2012

Turkey Now 6th Top Tourism Destination in the World

Earlier this year we reported that Turkey had finally crossed the 30 million visitor threshold in 2011, a target set for 2010 during the boom years. But that wasn't the only great tourism achievement for Turkey last year. According to a new report from the United Nations World Tourism Organization,...

Posted on 28 June 2012

Turkey now 6th most popular tourist destination in the world

Istanbul, 26 June 2012 - According to the World Tourism Organization’s “Tourism Highlights 2012” report Turkey has now replaced Britain as the 6th most popular tourist destination in the world. Turkey has seen its tourism steadily increase and intends to be in the world’s top 5 tourism destinations by 2022....

Posted on 27 June 2012