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Places to visit in turkey
edited June 2012
Can any one suggest places to visit in turkey( 7-8 days) stay and which other country can we go in along with turkey.
what is the currency ? Euro or lira? what about Travellers Cheques?
and howz the weather in early July?
If you have only 7-8 days,you are not able to see all Turkey but you can still see some of the best sites and places.
I would start with ?stanbul for 2 days then fly to ?zmir to see the Ephesus ancient city.(The largest ancient site in Turkey)
If you are planning to do a land tour,start from ?stanbul and drive along the Aegean Coast of Turkey.The best tour pland would be: ?stanbul,Troy,Pergamon,Ephesus,Pamukkale,Aphrodisias,?zmir (return flight to ?stanbul)
You can visit the beautiful Aegean Coast of Turkey in 8 days.
If you need a private 8 days Turkey tour,I can hep you to plan it.
The local currency is the Turkish Lira. Travellers cheques can be a nightmare to exchange - not all places accept them and you need to find a bank and generally a commission charge is applied.
A lot of resorts in the south west are a short ferry trip from a Greek island. Bodrum is very close to Kos and Marmaris to Rhodes so may be worth considering as a 2 centre break.
From Bodrum you could rent a car and drive up to Ephesus (easily achieved in a day) or buy a day trip locally.
?t is heating up nicely now and by July expect temperatures around 30degC and upwards.
faisal yes i can make it your program including see all turkey so would you please send me more information about your trip at firstname.lastname@example.org and my agent there will make everything for you
waiting your soon reply and note would you send me ur mail plz
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