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Go Travel Turkey Editor

Go Travel Turkey Editor has written 6 posts for Go Travel Turkey

Flying to Turkey with a budget airline from Europe

Over the last decade Turkey has become an increasingly popular destination for European tourists. This is probably due increasing media coverage surrounding Turkey, paired with how inexpensive it can be to fly with budget airline flights. The three major airports in Turkey are; Antalya, Bodrum and Istanbul. They have a variety of budget airlines that […]

Fishing villages and white sand beaches: coastal holidays in Turkey

If you’ve ever tried to imagine a middle ground between Europe and Asia, then you will find Turkey is a very enticing and intriguing place to visit. Not only does this country stretch across both continents, but it also has a rather unique mixture of customs and traditions… not to mention it features a vast […]

Visit Turkey and Discover the Unusual

Turkey has become a favourite spot for those wishing to visit sites that date back to the Greeks, the Romans and the early Christians. The rich, colourful heritage of this country and its friendly people offer something of interest for sight-seers from around the world. Here are 10 unusual places we recommend to visit.

Visiting Gallipoli, Turkey for ANZAC day commemorations

On the 25th April 1915 brave Australian and New Zealand troops landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in an attempt to destabilize the Ottoman Empire, a German ally in the First World War. More than 8,000 soldiers were tragically killed. Today, Australians and New Zealanders gather each year in commemoration of the lives lost in Turkey. […]

A Visitors Guide to Altinkum, Turkey

Located on the Aegean Sea, on Turkey's south western coast, Altinkum is a resort town of about 30,000 people. While less well known than many other Turkish beach resorts, Altinkum is increasingly popular with British, Turkish, and other European visitors seeking a little sun, sand, and pleasure.

Short City Breaks in Ankara

Ankara is the second-largest city and the capital of Turkey. The population of Ankara is approximately 3.5 million. Ankara is located almost right in the middle of the country. It's the perfect destination for a short break, read on to find out the highlights.