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Rough Guide to Turkey, 5th edition
Tour Turkey. The Rough Guide to Turkey provides an insider's
handbook to the country. A full colour section introduces Turkey's
highlights, from the markets of Istanbul to the rock churches
of Cappadocia. There are informed accounts of the country's
wide-ranging sights and incisive reviews of the best places
to eat, sleep and drink in every price range. Throughout the
guide there is practical advice on everything from bazaar shopping
to chartering a yacht. Also expert background on Turkish history,
literature, music and film.
Rough Guide To The Music of Turkey
Turkey Pocket Guide (Berlitz Pocket Guides S.)
Tour Turkey. This guide to Turkey focuses on Istanbul and its
surrounding area, the Aegean and Mediterranean Coast, Cappadocia
and Anatolia. It covers all the main sights, area by area, in
an easily navigable format. Descriptions of tourist attractions
include Istanbul's Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and Grand Bazaar,
Bursa's Ottoman monuments and historic baths, the ruins at Pergamum,
Ephesus and Aphrodisias, as well as the best beaches and resorts.
Background historical information, advice on shopping and entertainment
and the low-down on Turkish cuisine. An A-Z of practical information,
listings of recommended hotels and restaurants and useful expressions
in Turkish will help you get around. The book also contains
special features on topics ranging from the art of bargaining
to Turkish baths. Maps show Turkey, the Turkish Coast and Istanbul,
and there are dozens of colour photographs throughout.
from Ephesus: Travels in Turkey
Ever since he was a young boy, Brian Sewell has had a fascination
with Turkey and over the years he has travelled there often.
In this title he interweaves autobiographical observations with
his captivation for the Aegean splendour of his favourite nation.
Western Shores of Turkey: Discovering the Aegean and Mediterranean
Tour Turkey. The Western coast of Turkey has captivated travellers
for centuries. With its dramatic mountains and idyllic bays
and promontories, scattered with ancient ruins, it is not only
one of the most beautiful parts of the country, but is also
of great historical interest. The Western Shores of Turkey is
the distillation of a succession of journeys that John Freely
made along this coast, an odyssey spanning a quarter of a century.
From Istanbul to Antakya, Antioch, on the Syrian border, he
discovered both the charm of modern Turkey and the wonders of
its past. The result is both an informative guide and a remarkable
travelogue for all who follow in his footsteps.
Travel Guide: Turkey
Tour Turkey. This volume shows Turkey at its best, from the
beautiful beaches and azure seas to the glittering mosques and
churches, intriguing historic quarters and colorful bazaars.
In-depth coverage is given to Istanbul with the help of cutaways
of ancient buildings, pictorial maps and 3-D aerial views. This
award-winning guide also helps you to discover the treasures
of this ancient civilization, with in-depth coverage of many
archaeological sites, including the classical ruined city of
Ephesus and the cliff-side troglodyte village at Uchisar.
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