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Turkey in MAY?

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1. Posted by seanyboy (Budding Member 20 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Hi all i will be flying solo for three weeks in Turkey i have kinda decided that i will cruise all the way down the aegean coast and then spend prob two weeks on the med coast. Any tips on destinations and accomidation would be good. I am sick of reading travel books
I arrive on the 20th and be in Cannakle for Anzac day on the 25th after that i will be on the coastal road.

2. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3290 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Try to organise or buy a hotel room beforehand. I went on a package tour to Turkey from Germany December year before last, and I paid 220 EUR for seven days all inklusive - airfare, swanky 5 star hotels, all-you-can-eat food, travelguide, coach ride all over Turkey. You can problably get a Turkish owned travel agency to advice you on and book you into a five star hotel for the same money as you would spent in a hostel.

Btw, in Antalya it is hard to get around without your own car.

3. Posted by rbrt (Budding Member 6 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

http://www.anzacday.net and http://www.sisantours.com ask for Mrs Nurten from there. She can help you to organise everthing for you.

4. Posted by nesli (Budding Member 19 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

I agree with t_maia. You can organize your travel before going to Turkey. The prices are really very low and the quality-especially service quality- is good. However be sure to see the world out of the 5 stars hotels. Because this hotels have almost everything, so most of tourists just leave the country before seeing it! Also you should spend a couple of days -in my opinion at least 5 days- in ─░stanbul. You will see when you leaving from ─░stanbul you will think that you did not see the most of the city
Have a nice vacation. enjoy the sun and sea in May beside the historical places

As a final remark:May is the probably most beautiful season to be in Turkey. It is enough warm to enjoy sea and sun but not too hot to suffocate