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Highlights of the Bodrum Peninsula

18 March 2018 Turkey 2 comments

Alakisla cape - Gokova Gulf

For many years Bodrum has been one of Turkey’s top holiday destinations for both national and international tourists. Sandwiched between two seas, with the Aegean to the west and the Mediterranean to the east, plenty of pristine beaches and vibrant nightlife, plus a regular Bodrum to Kos Ferry linking Turkey to the Greek Dodecanese Islands. It’s no wonder that holidaymakers flock to this southwestern paradise town. Around the Bodrum peninsula there are many small towns to visit, bays to swim in and historical sites to explore.

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The tranquillity of the past on a modern gulet cruise

17 March 2018 Greece, Turkey 2 comments

A bay of Symi Island (1)

Modern life often gets very busy, between careers and family life, holidays are now more important than ever. When picking vacations they should be relaxing, have great weather, and offer enjoyment that is unforgettable.

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Discover Istanbul: Top Sights and How to Reach Them

26 September 2017 Turkey No comments

02. Hagia Sophia

The iconic city of Istanbul needs no introduction, it is already known by most as the city split between two continents, linking Europe to Asia via the Bosphorus Strait, former capital of the Roman Empire and home to four UNESCO approved historic areas. In such an expansive city there are enough sights to see to keep your camera clicking for more than a few weeks, but if you only have a short time in this culturally diverse city then you’ll probably want to start by visiting the top sights.

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Istanbul between Europe and Asia, between history and future.

2 February 2016 Turkey 1 comment

05. Catedrala Sf. Sofia Istanbul

I should confess from the very beginning that I love history. I started to love history since I was a kid, when I spent so many hours and hours reading about heroes and warriors, defectors and fighters, about magnificent cities and brilliant kingdoms. But I always tried to imagine how they looked like (I guess that’s why I watch historical movies as well)… Sometimes, I managed, sometimes I could not… But since I started to travel, I could see, feel and taste the atmosphere of many of these places which shine in the history books.

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Some of the many things one need to see when visiting Canakkale

5 January 2016 Turkey 1 comment

There are so many fantastic things to see in Canakkale, but if you are there for some short time you need to make a good choice even before you start your trip. It is good to make a full plan, as this place will amaze you on the first step you make on its ground. The enjoyment will be even greater if you read a bit about all good things it can offer for the tourists.

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