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Greece Daily Tours

Greece Daily Tours
Greece Daily Tours

Daily tours in any part of Greece, can be arranged for both individuals and groups who are looking for a fully escorted tour to suit your exact preferences. You can decide about your own itinerary with a private tour guide.

Greece Mainland Tours
Greece Mainland Tours

The Greek mainland is very often overlooked by tourists. The travel agents outside of Greece get little information about anything except the most popular Greek islands, and a couple of the well-known sites like Olympia.

Athens Tours
Athens Tours

Here is our guide with information about sightseeing in Athens.Please find below links about tours and sightseeing in Athens. These are the most popular sights in Athens strongly recommended to visit: The Plaka, Athens Acropolis, Monastiraki Flea Market, Athens Museums.

Corinth Tours
Corinth Tours

Corinth (Greek Island) is an ancient city about 48 miles west of Athens on the narrow stretch of land that joins the Peloponnese to the mainland of Greece.

Mykonos Tours
Mykonos Tours

Mykonos island is part of the Cyclades islands group in the Aegean Sea. Mykonos is, with Santorini and Crete, the most famous and popular Greek islands and attracts thousands of visitors every year.

Santorini Tours
Santorini Tours

The island of Santorini Greece or Thira is located in the Cyclades islands, in the middle of the Greek Islands of the Aegean Sea. Santorini is, along with Mykonos and Crete, the most famous holiday destinations in Greece.


Turkey Travel, Turkey Travel Guide, Turkey Travel Tours and Hotels

This is a huge country scattered with stunning ancient artifacts and populated by some of the friendliest people on earth. Flowers seem to burst from every crevice, the sun shines endlessly [other than in winter!], transport systems are efficient and the beer's good and readily available.
Scenery ranges from dull to mind-boggling, beaches are fair, prices are low and shopping is excellent, especially leather ware in Istanbul. Driving is surprisingly safe, apart from mad Istanbul taxi drivers and night driving.
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- There have been a few Islamic fundamentalist incidents though they are rare and not [yet] targeting tourists.
- The language is a difficult Asiatic tongue and many Turks don't speak a lingua franca like English so communication is not easy outside resort areas.
- The ubiquitous pine trees and profuse flowers are not going to be enjoyed by hay fever sufferers.
- The lovely local people can be 'economical' with the truth.
- Small sites of big interest, i.e. most of them, cannot contain the seething herds of package tourists. And it's not going to get any better...
- Distances between major sights are considerable.
- Turkish wine is a disaster.

Best: April- June, Sept - Nov. For water sports June - Sept. For the eastern part June - Sept.

Worst: Dec - March [cool and damp], Ramadan [Muslim fasting month, Sept 1 - Sept 29 2008; August 22 - September 21, 2009; August 11- September 10, 2010. There's always a lively feast day, Idd al- Fitr, at the end of Ramadan]

Turkey's main attractions:
- Istanbul. A lovely, relaxed, interesting, comfortable city encircled by water. See Online Ephesus Travel Guide.
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- Cappadocia. A seriously weird and wonderful area of fairy chimneys. Calm, pastoral, inexpensive and spectacular, but a distance from anywhere.

- Nemrut Dagi. A superb mountain top scattered with huge decapitated heads [in stone, need I say.], but a long way to travel. Cold, so best July/Aug and self drive.

- Bursa. A 2,000 year old city - still in use, housing many fine buildings and a famous natural mineral bath.

- Pergamum. Also over 2,000 years old, but only ruins now, in the usual Greco-Roman style. Nice and less crowded than Ephesus, but miscible unless you're that way inclined. The same goes for Aphrodisias, Didyma and Priene.

- Pamukkale is a bit of a hike from anywhere, and is a shadow of its former glory but steadily being improved.

- Ephesus is an extensive, very well-preserved typically Roman ruin complex about 3km from the agreeable little town of Seljuk (Selcuk), but small and overcrowded.

- The Aegean/Mediterranean coast. Lots of beaches and ruins between Izmir and Alanya, the package tours are spreading like the Turkey Travel, Turkey Travel Guide, Turkey Tours, Turkey Hotels, Turkey Travel Agency, Greece Destinations Athensplague.

- Bodrum is crowded but still attractive, especially the Kumbahce Bay side. Lots of pedestrian streets and good restaurants. Good base for boat trips. Small beach, big discos.

- Dalyan, by the river, is small, relaxed and quiet, with great views over the water to some Lycian tombs and pleasant boat trips to Turtle beach or the nearby mud baths. Too many bugs but the birdlife is terrific.

- Olu Deniz. Great [shingle] beach, lively town, beautiful setting.

- Patara. Small town, superb sandy beach, dunes, some old ruins.

- Kalkan. Hill/harbour town, quaint but unfocussed, unlike Kas, further down the road. Small beach and marina.

- Kas. Uncrowded, pretty and tranquil, with nice little beaches nearby. The coastal road there is gorgeous and it's also a good base for boat trips. Something of a traveler hangout.

- Antalya. On the central Mediterranean coast with pebble beaches, Antalya is large and historic and not far from the dedicated beach towns of Side and Alanya.

- Ankara. Turkey's capital has nothing much to recommend it, except perhaps the Museum of Anatolian Civilization.

- Fethiye. Good access to surrounding beaches and ancient sites but the town is very short of character.

- Marmaris, Kusadasi and Alanya. Beach resorts of the package kind that are mainly good for bad tattoos, good chip butties and cafees showing soccer replays, but if that's your travel scene then this will do you fine.

- Walking/hiking: particularly good in Cappadocia and the Kackar Mountains near the Black Sea. A long distance walk, The Lycian Way, is signposted from Olu Deniz to near Antalya, takes up to a month.
- Mountain biking: bikes are widely for rent, and are especially sensational in Cappadocia.

- Motorcycling: scooters often for rent, but don't hesitate to bring your own bike. There are lovely coast and Cappadocia roads in reasonable condition, with acceptably safe drivers - though not at night. Petrol is expensive.

- Boat trips: long and short trips with varying qualities of guide. particularly famous are the 'Blue Voyages' traveling from ports like Bodrum, Marmaris, Alanya.

- Water sports: skiing, scuba diving from Marmaris, Bodrum, Cesme.

- Han gliding / Paragliding: especially at Olu Deniz.

Turkish Festivals:
- Ramadan: a religious month of daytime fasting when people and services can be erratic.

- Kurban Bayrami: a four day religious festival during which many facilities will be closed and resorts crowded. Sometime between February and April.
Kirkpinar Oiled Wrestling, mid-June, Edirne.
Istanbul International Festival of Arts, late June - mid July, world class music, dance++
Republic Day, Oct, speeches and parades.

- Insurance
Do not travel without comprehensive medical insurance (including cover for medical repatriation), as private medical treatment is very expensive. You should check any exclusions, and that your policy covers you for the activities you want to undertake. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), which concerns free medical treatment in EU countries, is not valid in Turkey.

- Money
ATMs are widely available in major cities and tourist areas. Local currency can also be obtained from banks and exchange bureaus, known as DOVIZ in Turkish.

- Visas
If you stay in Turkey longer than your visa allows, you will be liable to pay a substantial fine upon departure. This varies according to how long you have overstayed. From the moment you have overstayed your visa the minimum fine is 98.40 TL, rising incrementally each day to 193.20 TL for an overstay of one month. If you stay longer than one month the fine increases substantially.

- Passport validity
Your passport should be valid for at least six months on entry into Turkey and have at least three months' validity on the date you are exiting Turkey. If you hold a Travel Document it must be valid for at least one year on entry into Turkey.

- Traveling with children
If a parent travels on his/her own with a dual national Turkish child, written permission from the Turkish parent, certified by a notary, must be shown to the immigration authorities if requested upon departure, otherwise the child will not be permitted to leave Turkey.
To learn more about Turkey tours and Turkey Hotels:
Here you can look at all the Turkey hotels and tour programs and get informed about our daily trips in the different areas of Turkey. Besides we offer to our guests interesting in package tours different Turkey tours with the duration from 5 till 20 days. Also we propose to you worth recommending hotels In Turkey for you to have the most relax and comfortable holiday. We always say: let us surprise you!
See below our hotels and Tours in Turkey! Enjoy it !

Here you can see all the hotels in Turkey we cooperate with, we try to fulfill all the wishes of our guests: with excellent service starting with transfer from the airport till your hotel, with our knowledgeable hotel and tour guides, and with competitive hotel prices.

Istanbul Izmir Kusadasi Marmaris
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Bodrum Fethiye Antalya Spa
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Of course all our guests willing to visit Turkey would like to learn more about this country, so they have a wonderful opportunity to take part in our daily shore excursions and package tours with overnights.

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