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Ever since the widespread outbreak of Covid-19, many countries worldwide, including Turkey, have put efforts to halt its national and international reach and consequently diminish its disastrous impact. From the onset, governments introduced travel bans from one country to another, and other people were asked to remain indoors except in case of emergencies. Today things...
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Anyone with a tourist connection to Turkey has at least heard of if not visited Cappadocia a couple of times. This magnificent destination is exceptional, having risen to fame for having an unusual yet breathtaking landscape. The area is covered by soft volcanic rock, which over the centuries has been delicately sculpted by the slow...
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With so many enticing sites in Istanbul, tourists so often leave without exploring some breathtakingly amazing attractions in the city. Excellent examples of such forgotten treasures are probably two of the most stunning neighborhoods in any Turkish city; Fener and Balat. These two neighborhoods sit next to each other on the western bank of the...
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Turkey may have hundreds and even thousands of enchanting attractions, but of all these, none does it better than Cappadocia. Natural forces working for millions of years have sculpted the region’s landscape, creating one of the world’s most unique and breathtaking regions. Today, Cappadocia looks like a scene you would expect in a sci-fi movie,...
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Since the most famous Turkish cuisines like kebabs and doner sandwiches are meat-based, many foreigners associate the country with meaty dishes. This is a big misconception as there are lots of local cuisines that don’t include meat or any animal-based products in their recipe. And while the inventors of such recipes didn’t precisely have vegans...
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Istanbul is a crossroads of world cultures—dating from prehistoric times. Straddling the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea, Istanbul watches over the Bosporus Strait, a vital passage separating Europe and Asia. The best photography spots in Istanbul range from historic places of worship to breathtaking skylines to the brightly colored settings of daily life...
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It is often a question mark for most travelers: shall I book a tour guide for my Turkey trip or plan a self-guided trip? The travel tech is developing as well, and even some booking engines started to offer customized trips, but, still, the Oscar goes to the guides. Yes, even if you are travel...
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Wine culture on earth has existed for almost as long as human ceremonies have. Therefore, it is widely accepted that wine is the most treasured drink in human history. And today, wine is still considered the epitome of style and good taste on any occasion. Many weddings treat their guests to some wine in the...
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Sipped slowly, with best friends or family, and after the sunset… Meet Turkish Raki, also known as the “Lion’s Milk” -unofficial, but by heart, the national drink of Turkey- is a centuries-old alcoholic beverage that has its own unique etiquettes and culture. While beer consumption increased to 57% in recent years, this spirit of sharing...
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