Limitless Planet Travel

Turkey

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Best Time to Travel:

Spring and autumn are the best times to travel to Turkey. The weather is mild enough, and clear enough to make all the sites incredible. If you’re looking for beach weather on the coast, May is perfect, because the mosquitos aren’t active yet.

Please note that a visa is required to visit Turkey. Need help? We’re more than happy to assist you.

Suggested Itineraries:

The cultural hub of Turkey, Istanbul is lively with plenty of shops, nightclubs, and restaurants.  Not only does Istanbul offer a wide variety of modern luxuries, but ancient structures as well. Visit the Grand Bazaar. Built in 1455, this bazaar has everything you could ever need. The interior is ornate and slightly chaotic, but that only adds to the charm of it. Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also called the Blue Mosque, is a stunning mosque covered in blue tiles. With intricate artwork adorning the walls and ceilings, it’s hard to look away.  So much detail is in this mosque, we’d be happy to arrange a guided tour so no details are missed.  

Spend some time in Cappadocia and its stunningly unique landscape. Take a ride in a hot air balloon to see the fairy chimneys, tall spires of rock that protrude from the base of a drainage basin. These natural wonders make Cappadocia a truly unique trip. Stay in a hotel inside one of the chimneys to get a once in a lifetime experience. Guaranteed to make all your friends jealous! 

Explore the islands of Turkey with an island yacht tour. Sleep under the stars and enjoy the view as you hop around between the islands and live the sea life. Your yacht comes with a captain and crew. Meals will be provided on board. But once you’re on land, indulge in local favorites like lamb shank kebab and baklava.

Extension:

The rest of Western Europe is just around the corner! Why not jet off to Rome or Athens for a few days? 

Interested in myths and legends? Spend an extra few nights in Anatolia, also called the Asia Minor. This is where Paris kidnapped Helen of Troy and caused the Trojan War. Explore ancient archeological sites and marvel at how this place has stood the test of time.