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Kapadokya (Turkey) Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Kapadokya in Turkey.
In Turkey, Cappadocia is a spectacular natural landscape in the heart of Anatolia located around four hundred kilometres south east of Ankara, the strange, fairytale-like scenery of Cappadocia features colourful tuff stone.

Frost, heat, wind and rain have, over millions of years, shaped the soft tuff rock into a bizarre natural landscape, a fantastic wonder world of impressive valleys.

Rose Valley, also known as "Belevidesi", has seen little human habitation. However, in the tenth century it served as a refuge for monks who dug caves into the soft tuff stone and, in the sheltered green valley, grew fruit and vegetables. Solitude and asceticism were easily enjoyed in this tiny valley as most other settlers preferred the larger settlements that were to be found in the region’s other valleys.

Cappadocia is, in effect, a fascinating work of art created almost entirely by Mother Nature, a tireless artist who is constantly creative!

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I am incredibly grateful for countless travel memories that I can look back on with fondness but one of my favourite is gulet cruising in Turkey. It was a four night, five-day sailing holiday along the Mediterranean coast from Fethiye to Olympus. Choosing to partly detox from an Internet addiction, and relax at the same

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In the last few years, Turkey has embarked on a building spree of 5-star all-inclusive hotels, sold at budget prices, over the internet and through travel agents. Appealing mostly to British, Bulgarian, Georgian and Russian clientele, they are scattered all over the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. Admittedly, they do offer value for money with unlimited

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Note: This is a guest post by Saskia from Alaturka Turkey. Turkey is a unique country, situated between Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The influence of all three can be seen throughout country – in the history, the culture, the architecture, the fashion and the food. Muslim Mosques sit alongside Christian churches and Catholic

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Foreign travellers tend to bypass Yalova in Turkey, but for many years, locals of Istanbul who want to escape city life for a few days, have favoured it as the ideal destination. Summer weekends when the children are off school are a traditional time for them to go. For city dwellers, Yalova offers everything including

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When making holiday arrangements, our top priority after getting to our chosen destination is often the hotel. Some people just want cleanliness while others look for perks and facilities. We can choose all inclusive, B&B or room only. Another aspect affecting our choice is the theme and décor. The travel industry of Turkey knows this,

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Troja (Turkey) Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Troja in Turkey.
A giant wooden horse guards the entrance to archaeological excavations in Troy. No ancient place in Turkey is as well known and if only it had survived in good enough condition we would be able to marvel at its former size and glory. What occurred here more than three thousand years ago was described by Homer in The Iliad.The site was first discovered in the nineteenth century. In 1822, historian Charles McLaren identified Hisarlik Hill in the north west region of Anatlia as the former city of Troy. Eventually, German businessman and amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann confirmed his findings and later discovered the magnificent buried city of Troy along with the legendary golden treasure of Priamos, the last Trojan king The famous wooden horse, whose clone can be mounted, could also be a symbol of Poseidon, god of both horse and earthquake. Indeed it is possible to climb up into its interior and let the imagination go wild. With its four thousand year history, Troy is one of the most famous archaeological finds on Earth and truly a ‘cultural heritage of the world’.
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As a nation of 80 million people, including many expat foreigners, 2016 has been a terrible year for the country of Turkey. Quoting Queen Elizabeth’s famous phrase, it has been our “Annus Horribilis.” This is Latin and means “horrible year” but this description is mild. We have endured a series of devastating attacks in the

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