Holiday time is approaching … ready for Turkey?

If you have never been to Turkey, then you should try to do so as soon as possible! You will surely fall in love with the many delights it has to offer, from stunning scenery, pristine beaches and fabulous weather, to the famous and world-class Turkish cuisine.

Historical sites abound in every part of the country, and it is easy to spend the morning roaming around ancient temples and the afternoon swimming in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean or Aegean.

Living in Turkey for 10 years, I travelled widely and cannot recommend this beautiful country enough! The people are perhaps the friendliest you will ever meet, and even if they don’t speak your language their hospitality and warmth shine through.

In the south you can visit ancient rock tombs around the Lycian coast, and marvel at the magnificent amphitheatres in their stunning natural settings.

Istanbul, my home for 10 years, is an amazing city, where everyone can find something to their taste. Recommended in particular: a Bosphorus cruise, a visit to the Yerebatan Sarnıcı (a magical underground Byzantine water cistern), shopping in the Kapalı Çarşı (the Grand Bazaar) and its neighbouring Mısır Çarşısı, or Egyptian Bazaar, for spices, herbs, flowers, nuts and dried fruits.

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About turkishtutor

Experienced and Cambridge certified teacher of English and Turkish. Lived and worked in Turkey and New Zealand, now back in the UK and teaching online for the past 5 years.
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