Tuesday, October 16, 2012

A Brief History on Cheap Holidays to Turkey

Back in the late 1980's the then largest independent Cheap holiday company in the UK called Sunmed secured some great little holidays to what was then a pretty virgin and relatively unknown new holiday destination. Turkey. Apart from the Turks themselves no one really holidayed there or had even considered it before Sunmed introduced their Go Turkey brochure to the general British public, and although Sunmed Holidays are long gone, in the last twenty years cheap holidays to turkey have developed and flourished into a fully fledged holiday destination contender and positioned itself into the top three holiday destinations not only for the Brits but also the rest of Europe.

 These days you can find some pretty cheap turkey holidays, making this beautiful country more accessible than ever before. Have a holiday here, and you'll find sun, sand and sea, plus great food and culture, all on your doorstep. It's also a great place to do some cheap shopping, as the market culture in Turkey is truly incredible.

 One of the most famous markets in Turkey is the Grand Bazaar in the capital city of Instanbul. Built in 1701 by the Sultan Mehmet, this bazaar covers 65 streets in all, and has literally thousands of shops and stalls. Visitors looking to explore this incredible market on their Turkey holidays should take time to stop and discover all the amazing sights and smells. From the modest stalls in Arasta Bazaar to the upmarket wares of the Kapalicarsi, you are sure to find anything you're looking for in this bustling market. Also keep an eye out for the seven different fountains contained within the Grand Bazaar.
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