Whatever time of year you choose to visit Turkey, you’re sure to be enthralled by this incredible country. Of course, some seasons are better suited to certain activities, whether that’s sunny days on the beach, racing down the snowy ski slopes, or soaking up the wealth of culture on offer throughout the country.However, many visitors neglect spring, choosing to holiday in Turkey during the summer months instead. What many fail to realise is how much there is to see and do in Turkey during spring, with the added benefits of lovely weather and fewer tourists. Find out more about why we think everyone should take a trip to Turkey during the spring.
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The ancient city of Troy has long fascinated historians and lovers of a good story. But did it ever exist? Was there ever a famous battle? These questions and more will be explored at a new museum at Troy, dedicated to the history and mythology of the famous ancient site.
These hidden beaches are virtually unknown to tourists, who prefer to stick to Turkey's better known spots. While Oludeniz and Patara are certainly beautiful and worthy of visiting, there's nothing quite like discovering a hidden gem. Explore some of the lesser-known beach locations in Turkey on your next beach holiday.
In the last 15 years, Turkey has turned into a business powerhouse. The Turkish government, intent on becoming one of the top ten economies by 2023 have supported start-ups with financing and advice. Prominent businesses kicked it up a notch by revolutionising their industries with forward thinking and brand awareness. Most of the successful companies also went global, but who are they?
Bitcoin is taking over the world. Since its 2009 inception, the cryptocurrency has grown in value and popularity so that now it can be used to purchase anything from food to flights. Always eager to embrace new technologies, Property Turkey now offers a selection of properties available for purchase with Bitcoin. Director Cameron Deggin explains why the company is embracing Bitcoin.
Turkey is a large country with a wealth of beaches, cultural activities and historical sites. But if you’ve exhausted your local things-to-do list, take a trip to a neighbouring Greek Island. It’s easy and fast to take a ferry from Turkey to Greece, allowing you to take a day to explore, or stay overnight on beautiful islands like Kos, Lesbos, Rhodes or Chios.
Every year, Instagram reveals their top ten most photographed places in the world, and every year, Istanbul appears on the list. Locals and tourists Instagramming everything and anything in Istanbul isn’t unusual because not only is it the most populated place in Turkey, but also a top visited city break destination. Here are the most Instagrammable places to photograph while in Istanbul.
This March, the Property Turkey team will showcase the top Istanbul investment opportunities at the Bomonti Hilton, in Sisli. Join us for economic and investment analysis, viewings and expert knowledge. Our clients also have the opportunity to obtain a 20% discount on their stay at the Bomonti Hilton during this time. Call now or fill out the online form.
Anyone planning to visit the Mediterranean coast of Turkey will be pleasantly surprised with the full range of attractions in Antalya that are popular with young and old alike. Whether you want to explore the beauty of nature, delve into the history of the region or kick it up a notch by indulging in adrenaline-pumping sports, our favourite places in Antalya highlight the best things to do near and far.
Official Turkish government stats prove Antalya is popular, not only with foreign tourists but also Turks from around the country and expats. Antalya airport handles more than 18,000,000 million passengers every year, and copious more amounts of people come in via road and seaports. Sitting on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, Antalya is the second most popular holiday destination in the country after Istanbul.