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  1. Provides tourism information, maps, and brochures about Kemer. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  2. This office provides tourism information for Alanya and environs, and provides pamphlets and maps. Open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and 1:30 to 5:00 PM. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  3. This tourism office provides information about Dalyan and its environs, including brochures and maps. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  4. Provides information about Fethiye, including maps and brochures about Fethiye and its environs. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  5. I'm a Indian want to travel to turkey for 1 month and want to work remotely from turkey, so is it legal or do I need other visa? yeah and no money transaction to any turkish banks or no business meeting or contacts with any turkish companies. I will work for Indian company remotely from turkey. Ben bir Hintli 1 ay Türkiye'ye seyahat etmek istiyorum ve türkiyeden uzaktan çalışmak istiyorum, yasal mı yoksa başka vize mi ihtiyacım var? Evet ve tabii ki herhangi bir türk bankasına para iadesi yapılmayacak ya da herhangi bir türk firmasıyla hiçbir iş görüşmesi ya da teması olmayacaktır. Hintli şirket için türkiye'den uzaktan çalışacağım. Thanks
  6. Where in Turkey were you today? What did you see? let's add one photo to share the moment and encourage others to get out and about. Yesterday we were walking the dogs around Lake Eğirdir in Isparta province
  7. This small tourism office, in the heart of ancient Side, offers information, maps, and brochures about Side. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  8. Located next to the bridge on the Manavgat River, near the city square with the Ataturk statue. Offers local information, maps, and brochures about Manavgat and environs. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  9. This office provides tourism information about Antalya and its environs, as well as maps and brochures. Open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and 1:30 to 5:00 PM. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  10. Half of Russia’s holidaymakers have chosen Turkey as their top travel destination in 2017, a report released by the Association of Tour Operators in Russia (ATOR) stated, citing estimates from the country’s tour operators and agencies, as reported by state-run Anadolu Agency on Jan. 18. Early reservations for Turkey resumed last September. “Russian tourists have missed Turkey. The [Russian] citizens want to benefit from early reservation discounts,” ATOR said. Turkey had become the first choice of destination among Russian tourists thanks to the recent valuation in the Russian ruble and steep cuts in Turkey’s hotel prices, according to the report. The demand for Turkey doubled compared to 2015, making that half of Russia’s holidaymakers, while the other half chose Greece, Bulgaria, Spain and Russia for their holidays. The most popular Turkish destinations have again become the three towns of the Mediterranean resort of Antalya; Alanya, Side and Kemer, where the hotels make up to 50 percent of cuts in their prices. The first Russian charter plane carrying tourists to Turkey since Moscow lifted travel sanctions imposed after the shooting down of a Russian jet on Nov. 24, 2015 landed in the Mediterranean resort of Antalya on Sept. 2, 2016. The number of Russian tourists visiting Turkey increased in the final months of 2016 to around 800,000 over this year, up from almost zero, making the tourism sector very optimistic about the arrivals in 2017. January/19/2017 Source: Hurriyet Daily News
  11. A cruise and yacht port to be built in Antalya Ground and sea studies to construct a cruise and a yacht port in the world-famous tourist city of Antalya are underway. According to a written statement by the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, the city, which is already a center of tourism due to its historic and natural beauties, will become one of the most important spots for cruise tourism once the port has been constructed. The statement indicates that the Cruise and Yacht Port project is one of the "visionary" projects that Antalya Metropolitan Mayor Menderes Türel wants to bring to the city. Within the framework of standards set by the Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ministry, ground and sea exploration studies are being carried out at the west end of Lara's Birlik Beach where the port will be built. The studies, conducted in accordance with a settlement plan, do not negatively affect nature or the environment. Technical reports and detailed results of the studies will be analyzed by the Environment and Urban Planning Ministry. The port project will be actualized through the cooperation of the said ministries and the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality. The port will be able to harbor large passenger ships near the city center, leading to a boom in tourism in the city.The port will have the capacity to harbor an impressive number of passenger ships: two 345-meter ships, one 150-meter ship and four 100-meter cruise vessels along with 426 yachts. Thousands of tourists are expected to arrive in Antalya by sea, bringing an invigorating wave of tourism. Source: Daily Sabah
  12. Provides information about Kuşadası and environs, as well as brochures, maps, and more. Hours of operation, Summer (21 March through 23 September): 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Hours of operation, Winter (24 September to 20 March): 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM. Turkey's national toll-free number for tourism is 176.
  13. Open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and 1:30 to 5:00 PM. Come here for pamphlets and information about Alanya and its attractions.
  14. Being close to the Topkapı Palace, Sultan Ahmed Mosque was regarded as the Supreme Imperial Mosque in İstanbul. A 19-year-old Sultan, Sultan Ahmed I, started digging ceremoniously in the presence of high officials until he was tired. Thus began the construction in 1609 that continued until it was finished in 1616. He appointed his royal chief architect Sedefkar Mehmed Aga, one of the apprentices of Architect Sinan, to be in charge of the construction. He designed one of the last examples of the classical period’s architectural style. It incorporates Byzantine architecture with that of traditional Islamic. Built by Sultan Ahmed I as a part of a large complex, it is originally called as Sultan Ahmed Mosque. However, visitors fascinated with the beautiful turquoise blue tiles always remember it as the Blue Mosque. The complex consisted of a mosque, tombs, fountains, medreses (schools of theology), a health center, kitchens for the poor, shops, a bath, rental rooms, houses and store houses.
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