Tour Guide 1- When to go to Turkey? The best times to visit Turkey are spring and autumn. The summer can be very hot depending on the region and the crowd of tourists is there. 2- The Climate in Turkey: Tour Guide Turkey's climate is influenced by its eastern location and the seas that surround it. The summers are very hot and humid in some areas. As soon as you get away from the sea, they can be downright scorching. At altitude, the nights are cool, however. On the Black Sea coast, the climate has almost tropical characteristics and the vegetation is very dense. The winters are harsh inside, wetter on the coasts. Take advantage of May and June, or September and October to discover the country in the best conditions, both climatic and economic. 3- Useful Information: Tour Guide Know before departure: Flight time: 3 hrs. (Depending upon your country) Time zone: GMT +2 Visa required: yes Mandatory vaccines: no Currency: Turkish lira (TRY) > Currency converter: 1 TRY = 0.1128 € Language (s): Turkish 4- Why Go to Turkey? Relaxation and leisure: 5/5 Culture and cities: 5/5 Nature and landscapes: 4/5 5- What are the Traditions?: Tour Guide If you're looking for authenticity on the Antalya side, head to the Kaleiçi district. Apart from this commercial dimension, it is in this district that the oldest houses in the city are located. With false airs of Roman villas, the architecture is ultimately that to be found throughout the Mediterranean. The terraces overlooking the old port are veritable belvederes where it is very pleasant to spend time watching the incessant comings and goings of the boats heading towards the sumptuous Karpuzkaldiran falls. In Kaleiçi, you will find most of the traditional Turkish products: tea, bitter orange, cherry, and pomegranate jams but also embroidered fabrics, traditional costumes, beauty products made from olive oil, etc.. In other words, Kaleiçi is a place that compulsive shoppers will appreciate.
Travel Guide Milan, Bergamo, Florence, Rimini, Venice, Naples, Palermo, Rome… in Italy, all the destinations are beautiful. You are planning to visit Italy soon and you would like to organize your trip in the best conditions to make the most of it. Here is an Italy travel guide that will help you discover this surprising and warm country. 1- When to Go? You will enjoy Italy more in spring (April-June) and September-October, which mark the shoulder season. During these times, the countryside is magnificent. In addition, the country then enjoys pleasant temperatures and moderate tourist activity (good deals in accommodation, especially in the South). If possible, avoid August: the roads and tourist sites are crowded. In addition, Italians go on vacation en masse and many shops and businesses are closing their doors. Prices go up for Christmas, New Year, and Easter. In the Alps and the Dolomites, the season is in full swing from the end of December to March. 2- Money Currency: the euro. Some counters open on Saturday morning. Credit cards are accepted in various restaurants and hotels, as well as many gas stations. However, many traders still refuse them. Bank hours: in general, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 3- Water In Italy, tap water is drinkable, but it is rarely consumed. At the restaurant, you will always be offered mineral water (aqua minerale) in a sealed bottle, naturale for still water, frizzante for sparkling water. 4- Electricity 220 volts; European sockets. No adapter needed to travel to Italy. 5- Museums, Sites, and Churches These hours are very random and change from one region to another and according to the season. Find out in advance to avoid unpleasant surprises. Monday is generally the weekly closing day, except for some large sites which are open daily. For high traffic sites, it is possible to purchase