Turkey Tour and Holiday Packages

Turkey has good sunshine, mild temperatures, and limited rainfall due to the Mediterranean climate. Turkey is a secular democracy with around 70% Sunni, 25% Alevis, and the Christian minority. Turkish culture is a unique combination of elements from the Eastern Mediterranean (West Asian), the Central Asian region, and East European and Caucasian cultures. Taxis, buses, and Metro are available for commutation. The distance between the airport and the city center is 54 km.


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By and large, Turkey is a safe destination to visit. There have been terrorist attacks in the past. Terrorists target civilians, demonstrations, and the Turkish state, and stay away from tourist hotspots. The government is taking measures to make the country safe for tourists.
Aya Sofya Museum, Ephesus, Topkapi Palace, Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) Mt. Nemrut, Ani & Aspendos are the top destinations for tourists in Turkey.
Females should cover their head, legs & shoulders. Visiting a mosque on Friday is not allowed. Shoes and sandals must be taken off before entering any mosque. Dress modestly and neatly without shorts or sleeveless tops, and wear socks to walk on the carpets.
Turkey experiences summer from the month of June to August. The best outfits to wear in summer are a cool cotton T-shirt, a hat, sunblock lotion, long-sleeved shirts. A light sweater will be useful in summer end evenings.
The winter season in Turkey starts in December and ends in February. Warm woolen clothing, winter coat, or insulated outdoor jackets, light waterproof/rain jacket. Skirts paired with thick stockings/leggings and ankle boots or flats are the clothes meant for winters in Turkey.
Taxis are available round the clock from Istanbul Airport to Taksim in the city center. It is the most comfortable and safe option. You can reach the city center in 45-60 minutes, depending on the traffic situation. Taxis are either black "E" type, blue "D" type, or orange "C" type.
Taxis, buses, and Metro are available for commutation. The distance between the airport and the city center is 54 kilometer.
Indians could avail visas on arrival till the year 2014. Now, Indians need an electronic visa (e-visa) or a sticker visa to visit as a tourist. This e-visa is valid for 90 days with a processing time of three minutes. The online visa procedure is quick and time-saving. You can apply for a tourist visa only when you are going for seminars, exhibitions, sports activities, cultural activity, and touristic visits. It takes three working days for a visa from the date of submission of application at the Turkish embassy. Indians with valid visas or residence permits from Schengen, US, UK, and Ireland are eligible for Turkish e-visa. Indians without valid visas or residence permits of these countries need to apply for a sticker visa along with the single entry visa fee — Turkish embassy or consulate issues electronic or sticker visa. Airlines companies also help Indian citizens get a Turkey visa. Download the visa application form, fill it with accurate details, take the print out, and sign it. Submit the completed form along with the visa application fee and documents to the nearest Visa Application Center. After processing of visa, you can collect relevant documents from the center.
Turkish people are friendly, hospitable, and appreciative of outside visitors who show respect for their traditions and culture. People are conservative, even in westernized cities. Turks are very proud of their country.