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Turkey is one of the leading tourism destinations in the world with its stunning scenery and rich historic legacy. Explore Turkey’s most popular holiday destinations, beautiful coastline, spectacular icons, exciting events and cultural festivals. Plan your holiday to Turkey with great deals on accommodation, travel advices and a variety of things to do and see. Turkey, what a beautiful country; fun, joy, happiness and neverending journey.

Departure & Return Location

PAKISTAN

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

  • DBL: 130,000 PKR

Price Includes

  • 6 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Visa
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Hotels

Grand Hotel De Pera ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

1.9 km from centre Show on map

3 Nights

Best Western Plus Khan ⭐⭐⭐

1.9 km from centreShow on map

2 nights

Visa

  • Visa type: E-Visa
  • Processing time: 5 working days
  • Validity: 90 days
  • Passport Validity: 6 months from the date of travel
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What to Expect

Turkish cuisine is vegetarian-friendly

Although Turkish cuisine is known for being meat-heavy, most local restaurants carry a wide variety of vegetarian options. Tradesmen’s restaurants (esnaf lokantasi) offer zeytinyagli disheswhich are vegetables made with olive oil. All fish and kebab restaurants have meat-free mezes on their menu that include yogurt, herbs, hummus and eggplant salad.

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Always carry cash

Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities like Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir but many smaller towns, as well as simple establishments in big cities, will require you to pay by cash. You’ll also need to carry change for taxi fares, tips for waiters (so that it goes to them directly) and public bathrooms.

Street cats and dogs are part of the scenery

Free-roaming cats and dogs are found everywhere – from the doorstep of Starbucks on the Bosphorus and the hectic entry of a popular nightclub to luxurious beaches on the Mediterranean coast. They are mostly taken care of by the locals and are quite friendly so there is no need to fear them. There is even a statue of Tombili in Istanbul, a famous street cat that died in 2016.

 
Statue of Tombili 
 
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Don’t drink tap water

The quality of tap water varies from region to region but it is not used for drinking purposes in any part of the country. However, it’s okay to use it to cook food, make tea after boiling it and brushing your teeth as long as you don’t swallow the water. Filtration systems are in place in big cities but locals still choose not to drink tap water just to be on the safe side.

Greetings are done by kissing both the cheeks

Turkish people are generally quite affectionate and this is apparent in the way they greet others. Although first encounters tend to include a handshake, when meeting a friend or someone you already know, the general rule is to kiss both cheeks regardless of gender. This, at times, tends to be coupled with a hug.

 

Be careful when crossing the street

Traffic in Turkey is notorious for cars but it’s no easy feat for pedestrians either. The pedestrian crossing doesn’t mean much so don’t expect any car to stop for you when you’re walking to the other side. The safest way to cross a street is at the traffic light but even then, it’s wise to check that the cars are definitely at a standstill.

Public display of affection is frowned upon

Seeing a couple kissing passionately on the street is quite uncommon – even in liberal neighbourhoods. Holding hands is okay but do it with a side of caution if in a conservative area. Most public declarations of affection will be noticed but those between LGBT couples might especially be frowned upon.

Turkey’s charm goes beyond Istanbul

When planning your itinerary, look further than Istanbul and the more common historical sites. Turkey has a variety of landscapes to explore, from the hiking routes of Lycia and the valleys of the Black Sea region to the fairy chimneys in Cappadocia and the country’s largest lake, Van Golu, in the southeast. Different seasons call for different nature tours, so make sure to check the weather beforehand and plan accordingly.

 
Kackar Mountains
 
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Tea is a sign of hospitality

As you head towards the historic neighbourhoods of Istanbul or to smaller towns in Turkey, be prepared to drink several cups of tea every day. The avid tea drinkers that they are, shopkeepers will interrupt your shopping spree by offering tea. When visiting a Turkish household, the host will most likely offer a freshly-brewed cup as well. This is done as a sign of hospitality and friendship and some may get offended if you refuse the drink.

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Zero tolerance towards drug use

The legalisation of marijuana may be on the rise in the United States, but Turkey is still very strict about drug use. There is no leniency when it comes to using or selling drugs within the country. Smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol are acceptable.

Alla turca toilets are abound

If you’re only visiting Istanbul, you might not even come across these traditional toilets. However, if you’re bound to set off beyond the city, you’re likely to find yourself in an unexpected squat challenge. These old-school toilets are very hygienic (if they are clean) and exist alongside modern-day toilets in many areas.

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