Turkey Travel Guides for Backpackers

A few tips for visiting Petra with kids.

My wife and I have two girls, a three-year-old and a nine-month-old. We never skipped a trip because of them. So, after moving to Lebanon, in 2018, we took a look at what would be worth it seeing in the region and Petra immediately stood out. It’s a UNESCO World […]
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The Best Way to Round Off Your Plovdiv Bulgaria Experience

The southeast European country of Bulgaria is not one of the most well-known travel destinations, but if you decide to include it in your travel itinerary this year you’ll not be disappointed. It’s bordered by Romania, Serbia, North Macedonia, Greece and Turkey and has the Black Sea to the east. […]
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The Best Of Kusadasi

Turkey is a popular touristic destination. One of the most famous resort is Kusadasi because it is a beautiful place with a lot of nice beaches, history and really good prices. The service in the Turkish hotels is really good and usually, everything is all inclusive which can save you […]
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Citta del Tufa: Stunning ancient Etruscan heritage

Guide book in hand at Pitigliano, Citta del Tufa, Tuscany, Italy Triangle of ancient Etruscan towns Settling into our vacation in Southern Tuscany was a pleasure and a delight. Staying at the beautiful hilltop town of Monticello, we ventured south of Monte Amiata towards the border with Umbria and the […]
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Las Yungas: the wonderful landscape where biodiversity lives in

Las Yungas is a wonderful landscape that breaks through  Salta, a touristic province in the north of Argentina. In general, Salta is known for its arid landscapes with dry weather, but Las Yungas issues imposing with its majestic green and damp scenery and great biodiversity. In this article, you can […]
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Here's Why You Should Visit Turkey Soon

Every time someone says “Turkey” you either start imagining a beautiful place or your stomach starts growling for that delicious dish! That’s the beauty of this word. But, here I’m talking about the beautiful paradise of the Turkey nation. Mustered between eastern Europe and western Asia, Turkey is Stuffed with […]
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10 best places to eat in Walt Disney World

This is your first visit to the Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida (United States) and to begin the journey, you are going to the Magic Kingdom, the classic and most well-known park in all the complex. You are prepared to meet the characters, know the rides you want to […]
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Escape mass tourism and experience local culture in Peru

While most tourists head to the South of Peru, the Amazonas region, located in the Northen Peruvian Andes, is still under the radar. I visited Chachapoyas last September and was amazed by the raw beauty of the landscapes and the surprising culture. Why you should visit Chachapoyas and the “Cloud people” […]
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Top 10 Museums in Istanbul

  Istanbul is famous for it’s Bosphorus, historic peninsula, mosques, bazaars and great food. All of these are true, and even though travelers enjoy the treasures of Istanbul all these great places overshadow Istanbul’s most prominent museums. Personally, when I visit a city, museums are the best places to begin sightseeing […]
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Eye-Opening Iowa: Things to see and do in lesser known America!

Last summer I went to America for the first time. I went to visit a friend who lives just outside of Des Moines, the capital city of Iowa. I felt like I had stumbled upon buried treasure! Des Moines is a charming city with quirky boutiques, amazing coffee shops, and […]
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Meet Azerbaijan: what to see in Baku and the surbubs

Azerbaijan is not а big country located close to Turkey, Iran and Russia. The capital city is Baku – one of the oldest and greatest cities of the Middle East. Baku is located at the coast of the Caspian Sea. I didn’t appreciate the city beaches and decided not to […]
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Göbeklitepe, First Temple of the World is in the History Scene

Anatolia, the lands where thousands of civilizations were born and destroyed, the lands were believed to be the first human stepped on, the first plow was used, and the first university of the world was founded astonishes us by uncovering yet the unknown ones. The excavation which is still being […]
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5 Best Things To Do In Konya

If you're looking for a unique travel experience in the heart of Turkey, Konya is the perfect destination you've probably never heard of. One of the oldest continually inhabited cities in Turkey, Konya is the birthplace of the Whirling Dervishes, has a bustling student community, and happens to be one […]
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The 5 Best Niche Restaurants in Istanbul

During the first year that I lived in Istanbul, the rich history and culture were more than enough to keep me happy. However, one can have their fill of even Turkish restaurant foods. It was then that, after penetrating deeper into Istanbul’s back streets, that I discovered yet another layer […]
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Istanbul: Whirling Dervishes, Galata Tower and Topkapi Palace

Turkey is an amazing country with rich history and captivating culture influenced by Hellenistic, Byzantine and Ottoman eras. I lived in Turkey for many years and I knew that one needs a life time to explore this beautiful land. When I planned our trip, I was excited to share this […]
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Hitchhiking into Islamic state of Iran

The Pink mosque, Shiraz Oh no! Don’t go to Iran, there are protest there now, it is like war. That’s what we heard from our family and friends before we left the last city of Turkey, Dogubeyazit and started our way to Iran. We chose the […]
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Istanbul, Turkey; A Bridge Between East and West

Istanbul, Turkey is a city that is practically alive. By day, it showcases its abundant history through the towering spires of mosques and cobblestone streets. Monuments to the age when Romans and Turks ruled melt right into the everyday scene and around every corner is a chance to see how […]
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5 Must-See Historical Monuments in Erzurum

When one thinks of ‘Turkey’ the most obvious things come to mind – Istanbul, food, rich cultural etc. But, there is more to Turkey than just this. One of Turkey’s best-kept secret is the North-eastern Anatolia region. In the month of May 2018, my partner and I went on an […]
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Top 7 Things To Do In Istanbul, Turkey

My visit to Istanbul can only be summarized as magical. It was indeed a pleasant surprise after another. This magical and ancient city has many hidden gems, and is rich in culture and landscapes which make it an ideal place to visit. I came to Istanbul from a trip in […]
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A real fairytale in Istanbul

Magic of Istanbul will make you enchanted Have you ever been to a place where you think you’re a part of a fairytale? Do even believe that there is that kind of place. Do you even think that is possible? I will tell you, it’s possible. Between two parts of […]
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Kavala : The Greek Monte-Carlo

The Prefecture of Kavala: Location The city of Kavala could be described only as a diamond. The county of Kavala, it is nested in the northeastern part of Greece, in the province of Eastern Macedonia. 180 kilometers east of the sub-capital of Greece, Thessaloniki, it constitutes the border between two […]
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Top 12 Things To Do In And Around Merida

From Chichen Itza pyramid to the unearthly cenotes to the delicacies of the Yucatecan cuisine, Merida city reveals treasures of ancient worlds. The colliding of two civilizations, the Spanish and the Mayan, syncretizing in a new zesty one. There is an undeniably anarchist footprint in every dish, architectural building, and […]
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Nguuni Nature Sanctuary: Mombasa, Kenya

Just by the mention of Mombasa City in Kenya, all that clicks in your mind immediately is the white sandy beaches and the luxurious hotels. A lot of activities that most people engage in always revolve around the waters: snorkeling, surfing, dhow races, scuba diving or actually a visit to […]
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10 Hours in Macau

Macau – the Las Vegas of Asia; a hub of extraordinary hotels, out-of-this-world performances, and perpetual casino buzz. But it's not just that. Beyond its resemblance to its Western counterpart, Macau is home to a rich hotpot of Portuguese and Chinese culture and it shows in its world-class population, architectural heritage, and […]
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5 Interesting Places to go in Masbate

Masbate has been gaining popularity locally and internationally because of the Rodeo Festival held every April. Aside from this annual event, there are other interesting places to go to explore the beauty of nature in this province. 1.  Buntod Reef Marine Sanctuary If you have a limited time in Masbate City […]
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Goa : Las Vegas of India

This was the first time I was travelling to GOA, INDIA that too on Christmas eve. As I landed on the Dabolim Airport, I hired a cab to reach my guest house in Porvorim. On the way, I was mesmerized by the scenic beauty of GOA. The clear sky, green […]
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Sampling Traditional Foods in Zambia

An Authentic Taste of Africa I think that one of the reasons people travel the world is so they can experience life in a whole different manner than they're used to. Naturally, this involves discovering new tastes and sampling or feasting on traditional foods prepared in that region. Thes best […]
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Armenia: The Hidden Wonder Revealed

Let us unleash the hidden beauty of a place in the mountains… I was on the verge of disappointment when I celebrated my birthday last 2015 when I invited 50 guests in a hotel in Dubai but only 30 came so I promised myself that in 2016 I’ll be spending […]
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Istanbul – vibrant metropolis between two continents

I do travel to Istanbul a lot for business. This city feels like home, people are so friendly and hospitable. There is something incredibly powerful and positive about Istanbul. No wonder city has been inhabited continuously for more than 6000 years. In Rome Empire times known as Constantinople, today Istanbul […]
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The Old Cave Churches of Macedonia

Macedonia is a small country placed on the Balkan Peninsula, sandwiched between Serbia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Greece and Albania. Although small, the country abounds in beautiful natural landscapes thanks to the numerous mountains and lakes. It also is a home of historical and cultural places and sites, such as the unique […]
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8 Not To Miss Wineries of New Zealand

Know your chards from your pinots? Like to pair and match wine with food? This guide to the best wineries and vineyards of New Zealand is for you. The first wine tour I took was on Waiheke Island. It was 2009 and I had no idea the door I was about to […]
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What to do on a stopping by in Peru: Lima and Miraflores

Hello, travelers! My name is Claudia and this is my very first post as a writer ever! I am very excited! Most of my posts will be about Peru (South America). But I am going to post about other countries eventually. I really hope this post means a bit of […]
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Why visit Elazığ, Turkey?

Elazığ, Turkey Elazığ is a small city located in the Eastern part of Turkey, in the region called Anatolia. If you take a look from above, the city seems as an inland peninsula, surrounded by lakes and reservoirs. It is a city covered in history, legends and beautiful landscapes. If you plan […]
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Get to know Guatemala from a different perspective: Its people.

¡Bienvenido a Guatemala! “Welcome to Guatemala” in Spanish. I´m local and I would probably greet you this way if I knew you personally, which I would love to. You know why? Because I feel like you´re visiting me at my house, and when someone visits you, I assume you try to […]
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Hiking the Dangerous Mt. Salève

  Introduction Switzerland always welcomes people who love outdoors. There's skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, biking, hang-gliding, and most importantly, hiking. Hiking is possibly the easiest and cheapest outdoor activity to do in Switzerland. With Skiing and snowboarding, unless you have your own equipment, it can cost up to $300, including the […]
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Istanbul – oriental trade in Grand Bazaar

İstanbul is a very special city with crazy mix of cultures, history and people. Everything is so interesting here. There is a huge amount of famous historical and cultural sights, places and activities that tourists need to see and try including Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Princess Islands, Sultan […]
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Imaginations Run Wild, in San Marino

The Towers The stone brick of the guard tower is cool against my skin, as I lean out to view the fortress of San Marino. Situated upon a mountain that appears to stand apart from any other, and surrounded by comparatively flat lands, the castle is an impressive menacing structure, […]
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Tasting real food in UK

This western story begins with a big plan for a big trip to the near, middle and far East – across Asia and beyond. The need to finance it brought us to a farm in England, in the picturesque West Midlands county of Herefordshire, just next door to Wales. Pick […]
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Hollow roads and ancient temples – visiting Armenia

I was traveling around Georgia for a few weeks as I came up with the idea to take a short visit to its neighbour Armenia. This small Caucasus country has overcome many hardships throughout its history, including many wars and a genocide, which made masses of Armenians start a life […]
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5 Places to visit when you come to Serbia

Belgrade First thing first, you can’t go to Serbia and not to visit the capital city. All roads lead through Belgrade, it is unmissable. If you want to go to Greece, Turkey and other southern countries you have to pass Belgrade. Because of that position, you will have the feeling […]
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Cappadocia: Land of Fairy Chimneys

Cappadocia: Land of Fairy Chimneys Cappadocia is an ancient name for a region in Central Anatolia of Turkey. Now it popularly refers to valleys between Goreme, Urgup and Uchisar towns. The region runs through the historic Silk Road trading route and is famous among traveler for its natural fairy chimneys […]
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About Turkey : food, people and places

Turkey, the Moon and the Star, the old Ottoman Empire, is a wonderful country full of surprises and adventures. I was blessed to live there during 7 months and I'm still amazed with the country, its culture, food, people and places. I will tell you about my Turkish adventure . […]
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Four Days on The Lycian Way

  It is 6:30am on a chilled October morning. I am nestled in a cocoon of my sleeping bag and blankets on top of a cushioned wooden platform overlooking the mountains and Mediterranean Sea. I roll the woolen blanket away from my face, sit upright and push my sleeping bag […]
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Cappadocia: flying on balloon over “fairy chimneys”

Land of fairies I’m climbing on the top of another hill, from both sides see marvelous rock towers made by nature, which called “fairy chimneys”. They look like fantastic sculptures from other planet. Tuff sand strew from under my legs and fingers – all these valleys made of volcanic rocks […]
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Lemnos, from Northern Aegean to Van Gogh’s fields

Lemnos, from Northern Aegean to Van Gogh’s fields #lemnos#aegean#greekislands#alternativesummer     The Dutch painter, famous for the warmth of the colors in his works would have been astonished by the scenery of Lemnos, an island that radiates a sandy golden light. The heat, the sun of the Greek summer, the […]
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Batumi, here we go : western+eastern=amazing!

What do you know about Georgia? For me, before I came here it was a mysterious land famous for its wine, national songs and unbelievably difficult language. Not expecting anything special I crossed the Russian-Georgian border and… stayed here for half a year! This amazing country turned out to be […]
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Introducing Georgia by a local

Introducing Georgia ‘’-Where are you from? -Georgia. -Oh, the states? -No, Georgia, the country! ‘’ This is my very common dialogue, with following the explanation of location. It’s a really small country between Russian, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey, bordered by the Black Sea as well. And then in flows another […]
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The Pointe-à-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust

Welcome to Trinidad & Tobago: The Land of The Hummingbird I'm glad you visited. Journey with Us as we take the pleasure of guiding you on your virtual tour. The lush twin island of Trinidad & Tobago is a tourist destination chosen by many visitors for a multitude of reasons. The island boasts […]
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On the coast of Bulgaria – driving to the tip of the most south-eastern point in mainland EU

Rezovo, Bulgaria, the most south-eastern point of mainland EU Summer in Bulgaria I decided to spend two months in Bulgaria this summer. It wasn't an easy decision – I was going to be on my own with my toddler son for most of the time. It […]
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Best of Armenia

Even nobody knows nothing about this country not even that it exists I had a chance to visit it thanks to Erasmus+ project with Armenians. This country is located in the Caucasus in Southwest Asia and the capital city Yerevan is located about 12 kilometers from Turkey. First thing that […]
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A Cup of Turkish Coffee at Pierre Loti Cafe,Istanbul

A visit to Istanbul, Turkey  is a sojourn to a place where beauty intermingles with thousand year old civilization. One should never miss a chance to sit, relax and enjoy a cup of thick Turkish Coffee while enjoying the wonderful landscape of this city, and the best place to do […]
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Istanbul smells so divine

Olfactory journey through Istanbul Introduction Istanbul smells divine, and why wouldn't it? Lodged between two continents it is the breeding ground for some wonderful sights but also some fantastic and unique scents. From the smell of warm greasy Donner meat dripping down the vendors knife to the smell of Turkish […]
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Istanbul – a Lifetime is Not Enough!

First thing to know about Istanbul is that it’s a place where you can’t possibly get bored. It’s a place of diversity, chaos, beauty, history, art, but most of all human kindness – something that you can hardly expeience in most of the world’s huge cosmopolitan cities. I’ve visited Istanbul […]
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Nevesinje : Gem of Eastern Herzegovina

PACK YOUR BAGS Wandering on the roads across the Balkans, I finally came to Nevesinje, a small town located in eastern Herzegovina, which is the southern part of a state named Bosnia and Herzegovina. My girlfriend told me about it as a very nice place, so I decided to visit […]
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Sharjah getaway – a day in the Emirate

Sharjah is one of the seven emirates that form the United Arab Emirates – it is actually the 3rd biggest and most populous one, following Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Its closeness to Dubai (about an hour by bus) makes it a perfect destination for a day for those who seek […]
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How to plan your trip to Thailand

How to plan your trip to Thailand Can you put it on a map? – A Geography lesson A place of wonder, Thailand has become the sweetheart of backpackers all around the world. Temples, elephants, long neck woman, insects on a stick, waterfalls, jungle, monks, tuk tuks, massages, national parks, mountains […]
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Protaras: City at the Cypriot borders

Protaras is touristic resort at the south-east part of Cyprus priding it self with sky-blue clean water, nice sandy beaches, many churches and plenty of 4* and 5* hotels filled with British and Russian tourists. Also due to its location being a city, close to the dividing line which is also known […]
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Senegal’s Best Kept Secrets

When one thinks of vacations, rarely do they consider the Western part of the African continent. Simply put, it is not a place renowned for its luxurious hotels and resorts. Yet, you may be surprised to know that having your vacations in this unusual place may be extremely rewarding in […]
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Beautiful Bosnian Cities – MOSTAR

I was born in in one of the most beautiful European countries – Yugoslavia, whose territories the invaders from the east and the west snatched for centuries and that, unfortunately, collapsed in a bloody civil war in the 90's. I'll try to introduce you to the beauty of this area […]
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Burning down the bridges: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bridges, what do they mean to you? What did they ever mean to me? I have passed bridges that connect two continents like in İstanbul, or seen bridges that have vivid details like in Ponte Vecciho. Arriving to Bosnia and Herzegovina after our Serbia trip, I found myself rethinking about […]
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Graz, in the heart of Europe.

From where could I start? Graz is the capital of the federal state of Styria and it is the second largest city in Austria after Vienna. It is located on the Mur River in the southeast of Austria. Graz is an alpine town with very pleasant summers. Temperatures range between […]
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Girls paradise in Turkey

Where should girls go for their summer vacation? When my best friend Jovana asked me where should we go for our summer vacation, nice beaches, delicious cocktails and hot guys crossed my mind. 😀 We live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a lovely little country in  Southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula, so […]
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Istanbul: New Land of 3rd Wave Coffee

Hi! I must say that this article won't be about how beautiful Istanbul is, what a marvellous city or etc. It'll be about great coffee shops in Istanbul. If you are in Istanbul or will visit and plus you are a coffee lover, then you should continue to read this. […]
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EXPLORİNG HİDDEN PARADİSE – KAŞ

Finally this year we have managed to bring to the life our summer holiday plan. Because we desired this so much. Firstly we've traveled from Istanbul to Izmir with a shared car. We find this transportation from Bla – Bla Car website. Its really useful for whom wants to travel […]
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Weekend in Turkey: must do things in Istanbul

Weekend in Turkey: must do things in Istanbul Istanbul is a great place to come for two or three day trip, where the number of sites per square meter is one of the greatest in Europe. It is impossible to see all the sites of former Constantinople in a weekend, […]
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Rocky Mountain National Park: Hidden Wonders

After traveling the United States to visit many of our National Parks this past summer, I found that Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado was one of my favorite stops along the way. The jaw-dropping views opened up as soon as you drive through Estes Park, the town outside of […]
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Places to visit in Romania in 2 weeks of summer

We have a beautiful country and we all know that! Because every journey starts with a step, the last summer I was with my boyfriend in a short trip of two weeks in Romania.  [vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odQC770DmJc”] Romania is a small country, with a surface of 238.391 km². By the way, […]
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Kathmandu: A Whirlwind of Wonder

Landing: Kathmandu's Architectural Puzzle         The adventure begins abruptly, as I get off the plane and into the taxi to find my hotel; I have already found myself in the middle of whirlwind of people, colors and sensations! As the taxi drives on the bumpy roads […]
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Sofia, Bulgaria: Start of the Balkan Tour

Getting to Sofia from Istanbul, Turkey Backpacking the Balkans began in Istanbul, where my partner and I currently live. We had contemplated wether to take a train or a bus to Sofia and eventually decided on taking a train. The Turkish websites for train are very bad and outdated. We […]
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KAYSERI: A GEM ON YOUR WAY TO KAPADOKYA!

KAYSERI: A Gem on your way To Kapadokya Kapadokya is one of Turkey's most visited touristic destinations, it is a magnificent land with breathtaking scenery and unlimited adventures and it is most definitely worth the visit. But our article today is about a city most of those who have had […]
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Oludeniz Fethiye, Turkey

Welcome Travelers! During Spring break March 2016, we (myself, wife and two kids) decided to go to Fethiye, Turkey. We started our journey from Istanbul, took a plane from Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (Asian Side) to Dalaman Airport (closest airport to Fethiye). We booked our flights via Pegasus Airline; it […]
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The hidden paradise of Ayvalık – Turkey

A Fulfilling Summer Vacation in Ayvalık: Summer is around the corner and you still haven’t planned where you are going to rest your mind, body, and soul? Fear no further, I know the perfect place! As a local, I assure you, Ayvalık is one of the most peaceful towns in […]
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Ephesus Ancient City: The Glory of Rome and Modern Day Turkey

Ephesus ancient city is one of Turkey’s top visited attractions, competing yearly with the natural landmark and UNESCO site Pamukkale for a record amount of visitors. With 1,800,251 tourists passing through the gates in 2013, it now adorns prime place in most international travel magazines and rightly so.As one of […]
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Walt Disney World : Best Tips to Make the Most of Your Trip

Best Tips to Make the Most of Your Trip If you are trying to figure out where your next family vacation should be, Orlando is the place for you! The city of Orlando, Florida is ranked in the top 10 tourist cities of the United States. Why, you may ask? Orlando is […]
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Istanbul's Galata

A view of Galata tower One of the best places to stay when visiting arguably the most vibrant city in Turkey, Istanbul is the area around the Galata tower. This area is actually a part of the district Beyoğlu but it's known as either 'Galata' or 'Karaköy'. […]
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Mauritius: Somewhere In the Very Middle of the Ocean

An Island Where African, Indian, French and British People Live Together When my friends first got the idea of going to Mauritius, to be honest with you I didn’t even know where this country was in the world. I had no idea that it was going to be one of […]
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Magical city of Istanbul

Welcome in Istanbul, hoş geldiniz… First time I visited Turkey was 3 years ago. At that time i didn't have idea that the biggest city in Turkey, Istanbul, will be partially my home during the upcoming years. I didn't have idea that bystanders will try to convert me to Islam, […]
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My solo adventure to Iran

Why the “dangerous” Iran? When I told my mum I was going to Iran, she thought I was losing it. She repeatedly tried to convince me to forget about it. I lied, admitting she was right and that I would choose somewhere else to travel to. Instead, I was more […]
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Discovering Bulgaria: Part One''

Bulgaria is one of those neighbor countries that somehow never ended up on my travel list. Just once in 2012. I passed it on the road to Istanbul. I remember it only vaguely, as a country which our driver passed in one hectic drive, not making a single stop. It […]
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VOLUNTEER AND TRAVEL THE WORLD FOR FREE

Are you tight on cash but want to travel around the globe? Well it is possible. No experience necessary. All you need to have is an open mind, the willingness to try something new and a positive attitude. Whether you you want to take a short holiday or a big […]
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European crossroads: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Distant impressions You will hear nothing about Bosnia if you come from other continents. And you will hear a lot of things about Bosnia if you happen to spend a bit of time in the neighboring countries. I will never forget people in Hungary telling me to be extremely careful […]
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Cappadocia: A Mysterious Place in Turkey

I guarantee the best place that we've ever seen! With your boyfriend/girlfriend, Cappadocia is very romantic and so interesting to discover. The structure of its soft rock has made by volcanic outspurts that cause the soil buildings with winds and rains so you can see fairy chimneys (strange rock formation, earth pyramid) […]
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Queensland: Dolphin feeding on Moreton Island

If you google “dolphin feeding in Australia” or ask people about it, Monkey Mia will be the place you are told about. Now, Monkey Mia is a small place in Western Australia, half way between Perth and Broome – not exactly an area which is easily accessible! [[single_map_place] Monkey Mia, Western […]
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