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The highly unique architectural styles of old Turkish houses have earned them a respected place in the country’s history books. Telling age-old stories of cultural trends, community lifestyles, and climate conditions, they are worth viewing whether you class yourself as an architecture expert or not. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/old-turkish-houses-with-a-touch-of-nostalgia
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Turkey’s air traffic statistics for January to March of 2018 increased 21.5% year on year. During these months, 43 million people used airports in Turkey as their preferred method of travel. Read more here - https://www.spotblue.com/2018/04/industry-sectors/turkeys-air-traffic-statistics/
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Todays independent travellers, are full of curiosity and want to know about unusual things to do in #Turkey that will curb their inquisitive mind. They want to visit unique places of interest or indulge in activities they can’t do in their home countries. They want to holiday like a Turk and fully immerse themselves in all things quirky. Whether you are young or old, adventurous or simply curious, Turkey delivers when it comes to #places and attractions that will peak your interest. Read more here - https://www.propertyturkey.com/blog-turkey/weird-and-unusual-things-to-do-in-turkey
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Turkey is a hiker’s paradise, with various terrains, heights and depths to explore, each paired with spectacular vistas to admire along the way. Because each trail is so different from the next, you’re bound to find a route that’s perfect for you, whatever your ability or whichever type of walk takes your fancy. Read more here - https://www.propertyturkey.com/blog-turkey/walk-this-way-hiking-through-turkey
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Just after 2003, when the expat lifestyle bore fruit in Turkey, many foreigners living in Kusadasi were Irish, having been long-term holidaymakers in the area. Yet these days, Kusadasi appeals to a broader range of nationalities and has diversified its cruise ship reputation, therefore prompting the resort to become more multicultural than ever before. In recent years, German Turks have shown keen interest in returning to their roots, and Turkey overall is attracting much attention from Middle Eastern nationalities. Read more here - https://www.spotblue.com/2018/04/living-in-turkey/living-in-kusadasi-turkey/
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For their 2018 Travelers Choice Awards, Trip Advisor has named Istanbul, the 9th best destination in the world. The boost to its touristic reputation will be welcomed by many travel industry experts of Turkey who are expecting 2018 to be a record year of tourism. Read more here - https://www.spotblue.com/2018/03/tourism/trip-advisor-says-istanbul-is-the-9th-best-destination-in-the-world/
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Without a doubt, we say that Antalya is worth visiting, but you don’t just have to take our word for it. I n 2017, 10.5 million tourists arrived in Antalya, making it the second most visited destination in Turkey after Istanbul. Out of all Turkey’s tourists in 2017, nearly 30% specifically chose Antalya, and adhering to time honoured traditions, many were also repeat visitors. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/is-antalya-worth-visiting
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