Traveling to Turkey? See this 3 Minute Turkey Travel Guide in Hindi

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Istanbul Guide - Istanbul in 2 Days

A video guide for Istanbul, about how to get where, costs, and how to spend your precious time in this beautiful city. Please note that prices are subject to change, we will try to update as much as possible here in the description, but you can also check the websites underneath. At the time of filming the exchange rates were: 1 US$ : 2.86 TL 1 Euro :3.26 TL As of January 2017, the exchange rates are 1 US$ : 3.62 TL 1 Euro :3.84 TL As of November 2018, the exchange rates are 1 US$ : 5.50 TL 1 Euro :6.25 TL This is god news for visitors, as Turkish Lira prices are mostly unchanged, or changed very little. You can check the following links for additional information on the subjects covered in this video: Museum Pass Official Website : Timetables, maps and everything for public transport : Topkapı Museum official site: Hagia Sophia Museum : Archeology Museum : Places appearing in the video: Istanbul Bookstore: Barba Vasilis Rum Meyhanesi : Sultanahmet Köftecisi : Hotel Troya Balat : Karadeniz Pidecisi : Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi : Secret Food Tours Istanbul:

31 days in Turkey, Kazakhstan & Georgia Watch this video to have a glimpse of how was my trip to 3 countries Turkey, Kazakhstan, and Georgia. If you have any other query feel free to ask at - (It may not be possible for me to answer every question here, but other group members, travellers, and travel experts can help you) Other travel series - # THAILAND playlist - # EUROPE Playlist - # BANGLADESH playlist - # SPITI (India) playlist - # MALAYSIA playlist - # RUSSIA playlist - # BALI playlist - # MIZORAM playlist - # EGYPT playlist : # USA playlist : # MAURITIUS playlist : PLEASE SHARE THE VIDEOS AND LET OTHERS GET INFORMED ABOUT THIS CHANNEL My blog: THINGS I USE WHILE TRAVELLING Camera 1: Camera 2: Mic - Gimbal: Selfie stick / Monopod: phone: For Video editing: Rucksack -

Points of interest of Izmir, Turkey

İzmir is a metropolitan city in the western extremity of Anatolia and the third most populous city in Turkey. The city is composed of several metropolitan districts. Of these, Konak district corresponds to historical İzmir. The main tourist attractions in Izmir are: The Historical Elevator in Karataş (Asansör), The Pasaport Quay, and the Gündoğdu Square. _____________________________________________________________ Facebook page: You can contact me at this email:

Eastern Turkey

© 2000 Rick Steves' Europe | Sweeping across eastern Turkey, we'll learn a Kurdish folk dance, see a Silk Road palace, watch a little oil wrestling, visit the 4,000-year-old hometown of Abraham, ponder a megalomaniac king's attempt to join the gods...and hangout with nomadic Kurds. © 2000 Rick Steves' Europe

Turkey Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Turkey. Turkey, ‘the land beneath the half moon’. We begin our journey in Istanbul, golden gateway to the Orient, a city that was once the centre of the Old World and still reflects two and a half centuries of history. On the opposite side of the Galata Bridge on the banks of the Golden Horn is the Yeni Cami Mosque with a large number of domes and minarets built one on top of the other plus a number of precious glass windows. The Grand Basare is a city within a city. Through a large gate there is a labyrinth of corridors that were built over many centuries. The enclosed market contains more than four thousand shops within its seemingly endless halls and it is possible to buy almost anything here. A vivid world full of the aromas of the orient. Near to the west coast of Turkey situated between Troy and Ephesos is one of the most famous and well preserved ancient cities of this region, Pergamon. This, in the Hellenic era, was an ancient cosmopolitan city the traces of which are still visible today. Marmaris is situated on the Turkish Riviera and was once well protected by a mediaeval fortress. In 1522 Sultan Süleyman The Splendid enlarged the small castle of the former Roman rulers as he wished to conquer the island of Rhodes. Ankara is the capital of the Republic of Turkey and this once Anatolian provincial backwater is today one of the country’s most modern cities and is a vibrant world metropolis. The biggest mosque in Turkey is the Kocatepe Camii which is both a symbol of the devoutness of the Turkish people as well as being an important centre of communication for the entire city. Turkey is a country of many faces, with fairytale-like mosques and palaces, legendary ancient cities and fascinating landscapes. It is a link between Asia and Europe, between East and West and an historic bridge between both Orient and Occident. -------------- Watch more travel videos ► Join us. Subscribe now! ► Arcadia Television Live TV: Be our fan on Facebook ► Follow us on Twitter ► -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!

Welcome to 'World in Three Minutes'.

In this video series we offer you traveling tips and safety info that anyone traveling to a foreign country or city should know. Even if you are not a new traveler knowing these details can make a lot of difference to your trip and your confidence in getting the most out of your trip.

This edition we will visit Turkey.

You can learn things like -
1. The best time to visit Turkey,
2. Cities to visit in Turkey,
3. We tell you which attractions to visit in cities like Istanbul, Antalya, Ankara and Cappadocia.
4. Details like flying time to Turkey,
5. Places worth visiting in Turkey,
6. What souvenirs to shop in Turkey,
7. What Turkish dishes you should try and much more...

We even tell you some of the interesting facts about Turkey...

Towards the end of video you can find an easy to access fact-sheet that you should take a screenshot of and save it on your devices for referral later. We hope you find the video useful.

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