1 edition of Frommer"s Turkey found in the catalog.
Frommer"s Turkey, 6th Edition explores the highlights of a country that is an amazing and diverse treasure trove of architectural styles and ancient ruins.: You"ll learn how to navigate the chaotic bustle of Istanbul, buy a rug and get the best deal, find the best undiscovered ruins, and learn the ins and outs of getting a Turkish bath.; Insider tips on bargaining at bazaars and seeking out hidden beaches. Readers also get language and etiquette tips, exact prices and directions, logistical advice, detailed two-color maps, and much more.
|Statement||by Lynn A. Levine|
|LC Classifications||DR416 .L48 2010eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (v, 440 p.)|
|Number of Pages||440|
|ISBN 10||0470877731, 0470593660|
|ISBN 10||9780470877739, 9780470593660|
(shelved 7 times as turkish-fiction) avg rating — , ratings — published GETTING AROUND. Despite its rather large size, it’s quite easy to travel around Turkey since the country is well covered by public transport: Flying is a convenient way to cover some of Turkey’s large distances, especially when you are on a tight schedule. There are several domestic airlines that serve all of Turkey’s larger cities in addition to the resort towns.
Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin ZIP Code, destination ZIP Code and time of acceptance and will depend on shipping service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or ry times may vary, especially during peak Rating: % positive. Southeastern Turkey is the northern extension of the Syrian plain (map), which means it’s hot and flat.. Unlike most of Eastern Turkey, the southeast is not mountainous, but rather an arid plateau at around meters ( feet) elevation. The region is more or less bounded by those great historic rivers, the Tigris (Dicle)to the east and the Euphrates (Fırat) to the west ().
London: Oxford University Press, (excellent source book); Metin Sozen: The Evolution of Turkish Art and Architecture; Cooking in Turkey. Redhouse Publications (good for expats living in Turkey, includes measurement conversions, etc.) and Richard Stoneman: A Traveller’s History of Turkey. Interlink Books, (a readable overview of Turkey). Jason Goodwin's top 10 books about Turkey Encompassing poetry, history, fiction and even cookery, the author picks his favourite reading about .
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First-time visitors to Turkey (or anywhere, for that matter) often leave home with preconceived notions about what their destination will be like. But Turkey Frommers Turkey book many, often contradictory things: It's ancient and modern, Westernized and Oriental, religious and secular, wondrous and ordinary.
Book Hotels. Turkey Suggested Itineraries in Turkey This section gives you a rough outline of what you can reasonably see in 1 or 2 weeks in Turkey.
Here I make all the tough decisions for you (except for one; you'll need to choose between Ephesus and Cappadocia).
If the. Frommer's Turkey features expert insight onall of the sights and experiences that await you.; Our author hits all the highlights, from the eerie lunar landscape of Cappadocia, to the spectacular beaches of the Turquoise Coast, to the ancient civilization at Ephesus/5(8).
We chose Frommers recommended hotels in all the areas we visited- Istanbul, Cappadocia, and Bodrum, and the hotels were exactly as Frommers described them, and were good recommendations. We also relied on their restaurant recommendations- while Turkey is filled with great food options everywhere you go, every meal counts when you only have 10 days/5(19).
Frommer's Turkey, 5th Edition explores the highlights of a country that is an amazing and diverse treasure trove of architectural styles and ancient ruins. You'll learn how to navigate the chaotic bustle of Istanbul, buy a rug and get the best deal, find the best undiscovered ruins, and learn the ins and outs of getting a Turkish bath.
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Get information on Turkey hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shopping, sightseeing, and activities. Read the Fodor's reviews, or post your own. Frommer's Turkey, 6th Edition explores the highlights of a country that is an amazing and diverse treasure trove of architectural styles and ancient ruins.
You'll learn how to navigate the chaotic bustle of Istanbul, buy a rug and get the best deal, find the best undiscovered ruins, and learn the ins and outs of getting a Turkish bath/5(5). Europe - Turkey: best guide book - I am in the earliest stages of planning our first trip to Turkey, so I will be doing a lot of reading on this forum.
Does anyone have a nomination for the best. This family-friendly travel guide to Turkey is a full colour, on-the-ground, practical book containing all the fun, exciting and useful information parents need for a trouble free holiday for memories to last a lifetime. Frommer's Turkey with Your Family.
Embed. Buy Frommer's Turkey (Frommer′s Complete Guides) 7th Edition by Levine, Lynn A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(8).
Frommer's Turkey, 4th Edition explores the highlights of a country that is an amazing and diverse treasure trove of architectural styles and ancient ruins, most of which are still being excavated. You'll learn how to navigate the chaotic bustle of Istanbul, buy a rug and get the best deal, find the best and most undiscovered ruins, and the ins.
Pamukkale has been made eternally famous by the gleaming white calcite travertines (terraces) overrunning with warm, mineral-rich waters on the mountain above the village – the so-called ‘Cotton Castle' (pamuk means 'cotton' in Turkish).Just above the travertines lies Hierapolis, once a Roman and Byzantine spa city, which has considerable ruins and a museum.
When we did Turkey I picked up 4 different books for less then the cost of one. I then used a razor to cut the pages out with the info from the books I wanted to carry with me. Worked well and my sister wanted the books I discarded to read about were she was never going. I find Frommers books the best for specific cities.
But unless you have nine months to read up on every travel guide, it’s really hard to know which is the best travel guide books.
So I did the hard work for you. I narrowed it down to 11 of the best travel guide books and the reasons why (just so you know I didn’t simply accept whichever book was left on the library shelf). Answer 1 of 7: I was looking at the latest Frommers book on Turkey and they now suggest that first time visitors to Istanbul stay in Taxim instead of Sultanahmet.
They feel terrible about this new recommendation but have changed their advice for the following. As a Special Bonus, Frommer's has graciously donated a copy of Egypt, 1st Edition, to be awarded to a randomly drawn commenter on this article.
Post your comments - you might win. One of my favorite places is Egypt - my aunt is an archaeologist, and so we've had stories my whole life of Egypt. Now, our daughter is carrying on the love of Egypt - she's quite the 6-year old.
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Sailing along Turkey's Turquoise Coast. Ask Lonely Planet. Acrobats, Jemaa el Fna square, Marrakech medina When I was in graduate school, one of my fellow students was from Morocco.
He was so courtly in his manners, so intelligent, and had such good food at his gatherings that I was very impressed with his cultural background. However, I haven't been to North Africa yet. All this was brought to mind this fall, when I received a review copy of.
Book Description: Frommer's Turkey features expert insight onall of the sights and experiences that await you. Our author hits all the highlights, from the eerie lunar landscape of Cappadocia, to the spectacular beaches of the Turquoise Coast, to the ancient civilization at Ephesus.
The plus pages of this full-colour book mark a milestone in European travel writing. It was Arthur Frommer who first set off an avalanche of travel to Europe, and whose subsequent writings and commentary have constantly expanded that market.Non-fiction books about Turkey or produced by Turkish writers (social science & humanities) Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.A good guidebook allows you to play "tour guide" and brings Europe's museums to life.
I am amazed by the many otherwise smart people who base the trip of a lifetime on a borrowed copy of a three-year-old guidebook. The money they save in the bookstore is wasted the first day of their trip, searching for buses that no longer run and restaurants.