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diagnosispledge
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Travel Experiences: 5 Things to Do While Traveling to Turkey

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Turkey is a land of many astounding places, incredible culture, cuisine, and adventure. There are lots of things to do in Turkey that can easily fit all the 365 days a year.

There is no travel experience as fascinating as Turkey, with its ancient cobblestone streets, cafes and daily morning call to prayer.
If you are planning on a trip there, this article will help you with tips to make your trip as memorable as possible.

Learn Little Turkish

Outside of the largest cities such as Istanbul, and Izmir, you will find very little English speakers. For this reason, knowing a little Turkish will give your trip another fun twist. Plus, Turkish is not hard to learn as the letters as like Roman alphabet and you can just speak the words as they are spelled.

Pack stylish and respectful Clothing

People in Turkey dress extremely fashionable, so if you want to blend in you need to create your own unique style. For the ladies, it is important to also pack or purchase a shawl or scarf in case you travel to the more conservative areas of the countryside, or if get into one of many magnificent mosques in Turkey.

Eat in Moderation

There are lots of foods in Turkey for both vegans and non-vegans. With abundant food, the trick is taking small portions of each food so that you will have more than one starter to follow.

There is more fun outside the cities

Cities like Istanbul, Izmir, and Ankara receives millions of guests every day and rightly so. But there are so many adventurous places in Turkey, such as Hatay, and Mardin.

Understand the Turkish Culture

Many people from the West assume that Turkey is a moderate Muslim country, but in reality, it has been always a nonspiritual state with a Muslim population. In Turkey, religion and state are separate.
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Re: Travel Experiences: 5 Things to Do While Traveling to Turkey

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Re: Travel Experiences: 5 Things to Do While Traveling to Turkey

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diagnosispledge wrote:
April 25th, 2019, 2:56 am
Turkey is a land of many astounding places, incredible culture, cuisine, and adventure. There are lots of things to do in Turkey that can easily fit all the 365 days a year.

There is no travel experience as fascinating as Turkey, with its ancient cobblestone streets, cafes and daily morning call to prayer.
If you are planning on a trip there, this article will help you with tips to make your trip as memorable as possible.

Learn Little Turkish

Outside of the largest cities such as Istanbul, and Izmir, you will find very little English speakers. For this reason, knowing a little Turkish will give your trip another fun twist. Plus, Turkish is not hard to learn as the letters as like Roman alphabet and you can just speak the words as they are spelled.

Pack stylish and respectful Clothing

People in Turkey dress extremely fashionable, so if you want to blend in you need to create your own unique style. For the ladies, it is important to also pack or purchase a shawl or scarf in case you travel to the more conservative areas of the countryside, or if get into one of many magnificent mosques in Turkey.

Eat in Moderation

There are lots of foods in Turkey for both vegans and non-vegans. With abundant food, the trick is taking small portions of each food so that you will have more than one starter to follow.

There is more fun outside the cities

Cities like Istanbul, Izmir, and Ankara receives millions of guests every day and rightly so. But there are so many adventurous places in Turkey, such as Hatay, and Mardin.

Understand the Turkish Culture

Many people from the West assume that Turkey is a moderate Muslim country, but in reality, it has been always a nonspiritual state with a Muslim population. In Turkey, religion and state are separate.
If you can handle turkey it is quite nice
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