When traveling for vacation, many people enjoy going to destinations during the so called “peak” weeks or at times when the atmosphere is lively. During these periods, there are usually festivals and other special events for tourists to enjoy. However, if avoiding crowds is an attractive proposition, and you are thinking about traveling to Turkey, consider going when the crowds have returned home. When you visit during these times, you will find that it is easier to get around. You can enjoy sight seeing, and all that the area has to offer without long waits and other issues that arise when everyone else is taking a vacation.
On a summer visit to Turkey, you can expect humid days and crowded public places, which can spell frustration considering what it will cost to visit during peak seasons. Travel experts recommend traveling to Turkey during the months of September through November. During these months, you will find fewer people and lower prices, both of which can result in a very enjoyable trip. The crowds can also be avoided during the spring, but the weather can be chilly, meaning that outside activities may not be as enjoyable as they would be during warmer months.
Prices for accommodations range from budget to luxury. Lower prices for lodging are usually found in areas farther from Istanbul. Some notable places to visit in Turkey include the capital Ankara, which is a city live with arts and culture. Antalya, a city on the Turkish Riveria is a place for site seeing, swimming and mountain climbing. Those who enjoy history will want to visit the ancient city of Ephesus. The city is the site of the Temple of Artemus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Last but certainly not least, Istanbul is the place that most people who visit Turkey’s place at the top of the list. This exotic and historic city is filled with places to experience, and has great dining and shopping.
You can enjoy Turkey on a budget. The key is to choose a time of year when prices are lower and crowds are smaller.