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During your honeymoon to Turkey, embark on the Bosphorus cruise to see the whole city after which you can catch the beautiful sunset views on the Galata Bridge. T beautiful Blue Mosque is bound to dazzle you and the Pamukkale Castle is an enchanting spot to pay a visit to.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to travel to Turkey?

The best time to visit Turkey in terms of weather is between April to October when the temperatures are pleasantly accompanied by clear skies. In terms of seasons, Spring (April-June) is the ideal time to visit Turkey followed by Autumn (September-October). Istanbul and European Turkey are exposed to hot summertime and cold winters. Spring and autumn are from April to May and September to mid-November - the perfect time to visit Istanbul and the inland regions. Winter is not advised since Istanbul is near the sea and the nights will be too cold to handle.

What are the top places and attractions to visit in Turkey?

The ideal duration to get the best of Turkey varies from 10-12 days. Istanbul needs 3 days at least and Cappadocia and Pamukkale can be covered in a maximum of 2 days. If you're interested in Greco-Roman ancient cities, you must visit Ephesus which can be covered end to end in a day. If you're more of a beach and resort person, spend 3-4 days in Antalya, Fethiye, Marmaris or Bodrum.

What are the top attractions to visit in Turkey?

Turkey is home to historical architecture, a deep-rooted lineage of culture and tradition, making it a place of substance and personality that attracts thousands of travellers every year. The country has a population of over 80 million and is a culture influential mix of Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires, now predominantly a Muslim local population with other religious minorities living in harmony and peace. Whether you want to do a walking trail of the Byzantine and Ottoman glories of Istanbul or just laze on the beach, or simply delve into history wandering through classic wrecks like Ephesus, or see some of the world's most amusing spectacles in Pamukkale and Cappadocia, Turkey has a lot to offer. For more ideas on things to see and do, pick one our Turkey itineraries or simply get in touch with our experts right here and they'll plan the perfect Turkey vacation for you!

What is the ideal duration of stay here?

Greece is magical. The archaeological places in Athens, the tranquillity of the cave dwellings in Santorini, and the rich nightlife in Mykonos will keep you on toes constantly. You'd require at least 10 days to explore the best of Greece at leisure.

What is the Visa process for Indians?

You will require a Turkish E-Visa to visit Turkey. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Turkey for 3 months. It takes around 15 working days for Visa to get processed from the embassy's end. Pickyourtrail's visa success rate is 99% so a hassle-free Visa process is guaranteed. For the Visa initiation, our visa experts will get in touch with you to initiate the complete process once you make your first payment. You will also have access to our mobile app where you will get timely updates on your visa processing.

What is the local language spoken here? Can I survive with English?

The common languages spoken in Turkey are Turkish, Kurmanji, Arabic and Zazaki. Turkish is the most widely spoken ethnic language with more than 70% of users. Other native languages are less in number, including Turkish dialects, Balkan, Laz, Armenian and Circassian languages.

What currency should I carry when I'm travelling to Turkey?

Turkish Lira is the currency used in Turkey and in some places Euros are accepted. The average cost of one meal for a person in 20TL, which is close to 270 INR. The expenditure in Turkey for a day per person will be around 150 Turkish Lira's which is about Rs 1950 which includes your meal & other personal expenses.

What is the best mode of transport in Turkey?

Turkey has minibuses called dolmuşes that enable trips to the villages and can seat up to 20 passengers. For travel between cities, a lot of private bus service providers are available who facilitate these services. Also, taxis are common in most cities in Turkey and driving around the city is yet another way to explore the country in an authentic well-paced way.

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