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Data compiled by the Transportation Ministry has shown that the number of cruise tourists who visited Turkey in 2014 decreased by 20 percent from the previous year
The number of people visiting Turkey as tourists reached an all-time high of around 37 million in 2014, pushing Turkey closer to Italy in the most visited destination chart, a cabinet minister said Jan. 22.
ANTALYA - Anadolu Agency
Some 65 percent of tourism facilities on Turkey’s coasts need to be renovated to compete with other facilities around the Mediterranean, according to a recent report by the Touristic Hoteliers Association of the Mediterranean (AKTOB).
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
Istanbul’s first official digital promotional platform, howtoistanbul.com, has come online
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
Regional conflicts in neighboring countries in conjunction with domestic issues have had a negative impact on hotel reservations in Turkey, said Turkey’s Touristic Hotels and Investors Association
The head of Turkey’s top tourism organization says cheaper plane tickets would attract more tourists to Turkey from crisis-hit Russia.
Turkey’s tourism authorities are set to develop a new campaign to attract more young tourists
The number of winter tourists in Turkey has doubled over the last decade, increasing from 2.7 million in 2004 to 4.8 million this year
Turkey’s top tourism association has announced 2015 as the 'Year of Jerusalem,' aiming to send around 100,000 tourists to the city
İZMİR- Anadolu Agency
Tourism representatives hope that Pope Francis’ Turkey visit may contribute to reviving faith tourism, which has been slowing down due to conflicts in the surrounding region
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Turkey remains one of most favored tourism destinations for Russian tourists, amid the growing flight network between the two countries and a concerted promotional campaign in Russia by the Turkish Tourism Ministry.
Turkish and foreign tourism representatives, banking executives, journalists and academics met yesterday to discuss future tourism trends at the International Resort Tourism Congress and the conference will continue today.
Turkey’s tourism income jumped by 11 percent to $12.9 billion in the third quarter of 2014 from the same period of the previous year, the Turkish Statistics Agency has revealed.
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