Visit the hill with the windmills, try some food, walk along the marine, and visit the museum with nice amphora collection, well preserved rooms of the Crusaders, and great view to the port.
I'm going to be in Istanbul for one full day in April. What are the best destinations to see? We were thinking of taking a sea-bus to downtown. All suggestions welcome, this includes historical stops, local hang-outs and the best places to eat :)
It is a beautiful city on the southern part of Turkey. 300 days a year sunshine is guarenteed. Avoid July and August due to very hot and humid months. Rest of the year is very comfortable. Some tourist from northen Europe swims on the month of Dec-Jan-Feb. At the very same day you can do water ski or snow ski. City has a lot to offer shopping to historical sites. Hakan
I am planning a trip to Turkey....What are the best cities you recommend me to visit and the interesting places and markets for shopping?
If you plan to stay in the area at least 2-3 days and do a lot of sightseeing, get the MUZE card to save on the entries to the Goreme Open Air Museum, three underground cities, and several other cave villages/churches. In high season it will save you time too - you get to skip the line... It's cash only.
ankara is a cheap city compare to istanbul,i can advice saffron hotel for tourists and business,its at center of city ,clean.secure.also cheap about 40 dollars,its near at maltepe mosquie,from airport to city center there is havas and regular buses almost every 30 mins,havas price is about 5 doolrs,regular bus price is 3 dollars trip takes 45 mins to city center,ankara citadel,anitkabir and some museums are places to see,never try night clubs without any turkish friend,they will charge so big...