Europe - Turkey (PDF Chapter)
This is the Turkey chapter from Lonely Planet’s Europe guidebook.
Turkey walks the tightrope between Europe and Asia with ease. Its cities combine towering minarets and spice-trading bazaars with buzzing, modern street life. Out in the countryside, its expansive steppes and craggy mountain slopes are scattered with the remnants of once-mighty empires.
- ferry-hop from Europe to Asia with your camera at the ready to capture Istanbul’s famous minaret-studded skyline
- bed down in a cave-hotel to savour modern troglodyte style amid the bizarre lunarscape of Cappadocia
- fulfil your toga-loaded daydreams in Ephesus, one of the world’s greatest surviving Grae-co-Roman cities
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Istanbul, Aegean Coast, Gallipoli (Gelibolu) Peninsula, Çanakkale, Troy (Truva), Bergama (Pergamum), Izmir, Selçuk, Pamukkale, Bodrum, Mediter-ranean Coast, Fethiye, Patara, Kas, Olympos & Çirali, Antalya, Central Anatolia, Ankara, Konya, Cappadocia, Göreme, Eastern Turkey, Nemrut Dağı Milli Parki, Kars, Survival Guide.
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