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The Turkish Tourism Industry Hopes for a Successful Year

The Turkish tourism industry is looking forward to a profitable year as latest reports show European and other nationalities are flocking back to explore the country’s cities and enjoy the 7000 kilometres of coastline. Reaching its peak in 2015, the Turkish tourism industry weathered a series of disasters in recent...

Posted on 19 March 2018

Where Do Foreigners Buy Property in Turkey?

Turk Stat, the Turkish statistical Institution, say specific areas are more popular than others for foreigners buying property in Turkey. Reviewing the data for 2017, foreigners purchased a total of 22,234 houses in Turkey. The top buying nationalities were Iraqis, Saudi Arabians, Kuwaitis, and Russians to name but a few....

Posted on 24 February 2018

Turkish Tourism Revenue in 2017 Rebounded By 18.9%

The Turkish Statistical Institution (Turk Stat) has unveiled its latest report showing Turkish tourism revenue in 2017 rebounded by 18.9% year-on-year. Reaching its peak in 2014 with a record-breaking 34 billion USD, it dropped drastically in the following two years after a series of terrorist attacks and a failed coup...

Posted on 04 February 2018

Turkish Tourism Bounces Back and Looks Forward to 2018

The Turkish tourism industry started 2017 with apprehension, but industry insiders are celebrating a successful comeback with high hopes for 2018. Stats revealed by the country’s official statistical organisation said in the first ten months of 2017, tourist numbers increased by 28% year-on-year, coming in at a total of 29...

Posted on 20 December 2017

Introduction to Istanbul City in Turkey

Every country has its most prominent city and in the case of Turkey, this is Istanbul. Throughout the history of humankind, it has been a pinnacle point of travel, trade, politics and war. Empires have fought each other to gain control of the strategic piece of land. Thankfully these days,...

Posted on 30 October 2017

Istanbul’s Drive to Promote Electric Taxis

Turkey’s news agency Anadolu has reported that by the end of 2017, 200 electric taxis will be working in Istanbul, the largest and busiest city in the country. The announcement, made by Yahya Ugur, who heads the Istanbul Chamber of Taxi Drivers (ITEO) happened at a publicity event in front...

Posted on 10 October 2017

Tourism Update from Turkey

Turkey’s tourism sector smoothly entered September having received a boost from domestic travellers. The Turkish government extended the annual public holiday for Kurban Bayram, known as the feast of sacrifice to 10 days. Experts say this encouraged more than 1 million Turks to hit the open road for extended family...

Posted on 04 September 2017

Report Reveals Brits Prefer the Mugla Region of Turkey

A recent report by the Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism, and published in the Daily Sabah Newspaper has revealed that British people prefer the Mugla region of Turkey. Covering the southwestern coast, the stats compiled by the national news agency Anadolu, show that Brits are not only the top...

Posted on 08 August 2017

Antalya Securing Prestigious Status for Luxury Living

The Antalya region of Turkey has always been an attractive destination for foreign nationalities, whether it is just for holidays or as an expat haven. It mainly achieved this by offering value for money through its budget hotels, restaurants and shops. Yet the last ten years has seen it embark...

Posted on 04 August 2017

Bringing Luxury, Eco-Friendly Living to Antalya

Antalya on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey has always been a centre of excellence. However, the latest real estate project to come out of the region puts it firmly in the prestigious circle of luxury eco-friendly places to live around the world. Pushing the boundaries of innovation, the riverside development...

Posted on 18 July 2017