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Continent: Asia Population: 7.98 crores Area: 783,562 km² Time Zone: GMT+3 Nearest Airport: Atatürk Airport


Ideal Duration:8-10 daya Currency:Turkish lira Best Time:April to May and September to mid November

In Turkey, vivid climatic conditions prevail, with clear variations among different regions. In fact, some micro-climates also prevail due to the exposure of coastal areas and slopes.

Curated Holiday Packages for Turkey

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Turkish Panorama 9 Nights

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Mystic Turkey Tour p 6 Nights

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Highlights Of Turkey 7 Nights

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Turkey Dhamaka 4 Nights

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Turkey - By Europamu 8 Nights

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Classical Turkey 6 Nights

Cruise Holidays from Turkey


Turkey experiences hot summer and cold winter with snow being a common feature. The best seasons to visit Turkey are spring and Autumn as the weather is perfect for outdoor activities and attractions.
Average temperature ranges between 11.4°C- 25.9°C
Turkey is a popular tourist destination and is largely visited by Indians, getting Turkish visa is quite easy and faster for Indian passport holders.
Indian passport holders need to apply for Turkish visa 2 week before the travel date. Documents required for tourist visa are-
The best way to reach Turkey is to book a flight from New Delhi, Mumbai or Chennai to Ataturk airport, Istanbul. You have the option to book direct and connecting flight with one or two stop layovers.
The shortest time of travel is from Mumbai, India to Ataturk airport, Istanbul-6 hours
Turkey runs on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz. Keeping this in mind, it becomes essential to carry all the relevant electrical appliances, to avoid any last-minute problems. We bring you, some of the relevant piece of information about the types of adapters you need to pack up, before boarding your flights to Turkey:

Travel Adapter : It is a device that allows one to plug-in any of the UK electrical appliance/appliances into another/foreign electrical socket/sockets. A point worth noting here is that it is NOT a voltage/frequency convertor. In Turkey, there are 2 types of associated plugs:
Type C : It is the plug that has 2 round pins
Type F : It has 2 round pins + 2 earth clips on the side.

Voltage-Convertor/Regulator : Most of the voltage/frequency converters/transformers are coupled with plug adaptors, one need not buy a separate travel adaptor. All the converters/transformers have their Maximum Power Rating (WATTS or AMPS) so ensure that the appliance does not exceed its MPR.

Dual-Voltage Rated Appliance : A Dual-voltage rated device displays e.g. “INPUT: 110-240V” on its body or as power supply. So, a travel adaptor is needed. Turkey runs on a 230V supply voltage, which lies within the 110-240V range of that of a Dual voltage device.

Single-Voltage Rated Appliance : In Turkey, the supply voltage is 230V. A single voltage rated device needs to run at the same supply voltage i.e. 230V. Some of the travel adaptors are unsuitable for the appliances that need an earth connection and better be used along with a Double-Voltage Rated appliance.

Top Adapters : Travel USB Wall Chargers, Travel Power Strips, Power Plug Adapters, Plug Adapter sets, Universal Travel Power Adapters etc.
Wide range of transportation is available which are not only affordable but also safe and comfortable. It is important to know before travelling if the destination is covered by a specific mode of transport or not before travel. Metro, Train, Buses, Taxis, Flights.
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Kabak Bay

Kabak Bay - Known for its hippy vibe and turquoise clam waters, this beautiful Kabak Bay showcases stunning beauty and adventure for the sport lo...

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Hagia Sophia Museum

Hagia Sophia Museum - This iconic museum is indeed one of the most popular monuments in the country. Originally a church built by Emperor Justini...

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Sumela Monastery

Sumela Monastery - Considered to be one of the oldest monasteries in the world, the construction dates back to 4th century and is situated in the...

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Aladaglar National Park

Aladaglar National Park - Spreading over a huge area, the park was established in 1995 and is famous for trekking, hiking and mountaineering. The...

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Kusadasi Castle

Kusadasi Castle - Located on a beautiful island, this magnificent castle was occupied by Ottomans and faces a scenic ocean adjacent to it. The fa...

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Nicole Restaurant

The country is a cultural hotspot with amalgamation of traditions and food habits from the neighboring countries which have helped it evolve a variety...

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Borsa Restaurant

Borsa Restaurant - The restaurant started in 1927 and is still the pride of Turkey. The presentation and ambience is sophisticated and its two si...

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Karakoy Lokantasi

Karakoy Lokantasi - The restaurant’s classical feel never goes out of style and its rustic ambience is complimented by numerous artifacts o...

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Memedof - Known for its seafood curries and soups, the restaurant is located near the beautiful beach and one can dine right next to the beach af...

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Delhi Darbar Indian Restaurant

Delhi Darbar Indian Restaurant - This cozy little eatery is a home away from home for the ones willing to take a detour from their routine in Tur...

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Fusion Indian Restaurant

Fusion Indian Restaurant - With its minimalist décor and great menu, the restaurant never fails to attract Indian crowd. The chef’s ...

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