Turkey – A tale of two continents

“What you seek is seeking you.”

~ Rumi


The urge to explore the city of Istanbul dates back to the time when I was in school. Sometimes I feel, this “no-insta” era was a bliss. The few sources of knowing about the world were books, magazines and newspapers. Don’t judge me from the lines, but yes, I’m a little old-school person. I remember reading a travel book in my school library, which had an euphoric description and pictures of the city, and it was all imprinted on my neurons I feel. Flowing with the trend of bucket lists, Turkey definitely had to top that.

Turkey is bursting with breathtaking architecture, lip-smacking food and flowers. It’s one country which we would love to go more than once! Nestled on two continents, Asia and Europe, Turkey reflects the influence perfectly. Because of its unique geographic positioning, it was also the home to ‘The Great Silk Road’.

Our Turkey Guide

How to plan a perfect trip to Turkey – Best time to visit, visa process, transportation and getting around, what to wear and indicative costs.

Suggestive 10 Day Turkey Itinerary can be found here.

Turkey has numerous convenient and comforting options available for accommodation. Refer our accommodation experience.

Turkey is a gastronomical delight for the vegetarians. Refer our mouthwatering experience.

The people of Turkey are very welcoming. You feel a sense of belonging everywhere. It has so much to offer which cannot be visited in a lifetime. We plan to visit the Turkish Mediterranean coastline next, which we hear is serene.

Snippets from our visit to Turkey. Do visit our YouTube Channel for more videos from Turkey

Have you been to Turkey before? Think something’s missing? Do let us know your experience and/or suggestions in the comments below.

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