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İzmir’s village of Alaçatı used to be a sleepy old Greek village but has been transformed thanks to tasteful hotels, as well as the adventure tourists who come for the area’s famous winds
From April 30, tourists too can sojourn in Vienna's top tourist site, in a converted suite of rooms with views over the palace gardens, even with butler, cook and horse-drawn conveyance.
Cappadocia is a place far different than anywhere in Anatolia – it is a place where you can take a load off and breathe in the nature, a zen like place to explore
Back in the good old days, you used to be able to get very special, authentic sandals from a man named Ali Güven. Unfortunately, he is no longer with us, but the memory of his sandals live on in Bodrum
An old building in Istanbul’s historic Eminönü neighborhood has recently been turned into a book store where people can enjoy a cup of coffee and a good read with a panoramic view of the city
There’s no need for modern contraptions like refrigerators in Cappadocia when the region’s plentiful caves can keep produce sufficiently cool
If you’re in the market looking for an authentic blanket, look no further; Beypazarı is where they are to be found, and never worry about a cold night ever again
Istanbul has topped popular travel review site TripAdvisor’s list of the best spots to visit in the world this year
If you want to be the ‘host with the most’ you should add artichokes to your meal, but it goes well with water, but not rakı nor white wine
Easter is the perfect time to enjoy exciting new experiences and quality time with the family while relaxing in indulgent surroundings.
Istanbul is listed among the “12 totally walkable cities to visit,” according to sheknows.com.
Istanbul will be able to smell the flowers once again as the ninth International Istanbul Tulip Festival gets underway around the city.
In this week’s adventure, I found myself in Ankara’s Beypazarı district, where I had a brush with the occult, the famed Turkish ‘Nazar’ and luckily freed myself from its grasp
Waitress Chelsea Roff, who spends her free time running a yoga class to help people with eating disorders, had the prank of her life
Tünel, a short underground railway line in Istanbul, Turkey, has been rated “as one of the strangest transport alternatives in the world”
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