Turkey Climate

Private Turkey Tours – Turkey borders the Black Sea and Georgia and Armenia to the northeast, Iran to the east, Iraq to the southeast, the Syrian Arab Republic and the Mediterranean to the south; the Aegean Sea to the west and Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest. Turkey’s climate, like its location, is varied and complicated to say the least. Because of the country’s geographical conditions it is difficult, if not impossible, to pin-point a climate for the country as a whole.

Turkey is split into 7 different regions- Marmara, Blacksea Coast, Eastern Anatolian, Southeastern Anatolia, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Aegean. Each region has a vastly different climate which is primarily affected by its proximity to mountain ranges and different seas and oceans. On the whole, the Marmara; Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have typical Mediterranean climates with hot summers and mild, wet winters. The east of the country is mountainous with warm summers and very cold, snowy winters. Central Turkey, located on an interior plateau has low rainfall and cold or very cold winters.

Private Turkey Tours Seasons and Weather

Istanbul and European Turkey experience hot summers and cold winters with snow being a common feature. Spring and autumn, from April to May and from September to mid November respectively are the ideal times to visit Istanbul and the inland regions when temperatures are pleasant and the skies are clear. Istanbul’s location near the sea means it can be quite a windy city, especially in the winter.

Guided Tours Turkey follow footsteps St. Paul Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

Private Istanbul tour, Hagia Sophia – a symbol of tolerance and harmony Private Istanbul tour can help get an answer of if it is a Church? A Mosque? A Museum? One thing is sure, though – it’s a place where religions meet. You can see Islamic art and Christian architecture blend blissfully. Hagia Sophia stands

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Turkey Climate

Private Turkey Tours – Turkey borders the Black Sea and Georgia and Armenia to the northeast, Iran to the east, Iraq to the southeast, the Syrian Arab Republic and the Mediterranean to the south; the Aegean Sea to the west and Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest. Turkey’s climate, like its location, is varied and complicated to say the least. Because of the country’s geographical conditions it is difficult, if not impossible, to pin-point a climate for the country as a whole.

Turkey is split into 7 different regions- Marmara, Blacksea Coast, Eastern Anatolian, Southeastern Anatolia, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Aegean. Each region has a vastly different climate which is primarily affected by its proximity to mountain ranges and different seas and oceans. On the whole, the Marmara; Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have typical Mediterranean climates with hot summers and mild, wet winters. The east of the country is mountainous with warm summers and very cold, snowy winters. Central Turkey, located on an interior plateau has low rainfall and cold or very cold winters.

Private Turkey Tours Seasons and Weather

Istanbul and European Turkey experience hot summers and cold winters with snow being a common feature. Spring and autumn, from April to May and from September to mid November respectively are the ideal times to visit Istanbul and the inland regions when temperatures are pleasant and the skies are clear. Istanbul’s location near the sea means it can be quite a windy city, especially in the winter.

Guided Tours Turkey follow footsteps St. Paul

Follow Footsteps St. Paul’s

Guided tours Turkey Day 1 Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner) Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known

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Turkey Climate

Private Turkey Tours – Turkey borders the Black Sea and Georgia and Armenia to the northeast, Iran to the east, Iraq to the southeast, the Syrian Arab Republic and the Mediterranean to the south; the Aegean Sea to the west and Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest. Turkey’s climate, like its location, is varied and complicated to say the least. Because of the country’s geographical conditions it is difficult, if not impossible, to pin-point a climate for the country as a whole.

Turkey is split into 7 different regions- Marmara, Blacksea Coast, Eastern Anatolian, Southeastern Anatolia, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Aegean. Each region has a vastly different climate which is primarily affected by its proximity to mountain ranges and different seas and oceans. On the whole, the Marmara; Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have typical Mediterranean climates with hot summers and mild, wet winters. The east of the country is mountainous with warm summers and very cold, snowy winters. Central Turkey, located on an interior plateau has low rainfall and cold or very cold winters.

Private Turkey Tours Seasons and Weather

Istanbul and European Turkey experience hot summers and cold winters with snow being a common feature. Spring and autumn, from April to May and from September to mid November respectively are the ideal times to visit Istanbul and the inland regions when temperatures are pleasant and the skies are clear. Istanbul’s location near the sea means it can be quite a windy city, especially in the winter.

Private guided Turkey tours Seven Churches

Seven Churches

Private guided Turkey tours – Day 01Drive to Bursa via Nicaea   (Lunch Dinner) Private guided Turkey tours – Depart for Bursa, an old city at the foot of Mount Uludag (Olympus), and the first seat of the Ottomans. After taking a shortcut by crossing the Izmit Gulf by ferry, we will stop by the ruins

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