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For momondo users, the most popular city in Turkey is Istanbul, which is visited about 1,641% more often than any other city in Turkey. Other very common cities that our users travel to are Antalya and Dalaman.
While there are more than just a few landmarks in Turkey, most momondo users find Taksim Square, Lara Beach, Çaliş Plaji, and Sultanahmet Meydani to be the most interesting places to see in the country.
The best prices found on momondo for flights to Turkey are:
£8 per person with Turkish Airlines
£10 per person with Air France
£12 per person with AnadoluJet
Of the 32 airlines that fly to Turkey, Malta MedAir, Turkish Airlines and easyJet happen to be the most favoured based on our user data. Malta MedAir is the most popular among the three airlines, with 29% of users choosing them for their travels to Turkey.
The average flight duration from United Kingdom to Turkey depends on which airport you fly into and out of. Flying from London Heathrow to Istanbul is 3h 50m on average, while flying from Manchester to Istanbul is 3h 55m on average. Istanbul is the most popular airport in Turkey.
The most popular airport in Turkey to fly to is Istanbul, based on our data. In the past 12 months, 61% of all momondo users who travelled to Turkey chose to fly into Istanbul airport, which is located in the city of Istanbul.
You can expect to spend an average of £477 for a flight to Turkey. However, our users found flights to Turkey for £17, which is the cheapest price we’ve seen in the past week. £9,999 per ticket tends to be the most expensive a flight to Turkey will get, whereas anything for £441 or less is considered a good deal.
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Turkey is one of the world’s most prolific countries when it comes to holding festivals. This is great news if you’re booking flights to Turkey, as you’ll have a lot of flexibility with timing. The oldest festival in Turkey is the Izmir World Fair in early September each year. It has multiple themes, with funfairs, arts, music and culture rubbing shoulders with a commercial fair. This is also perhaps the most popular festival in the country. Many of the other festivals take the form of religious ceremonies, typically closed to those of a different faith, but some aspects of them are open to the public. Two of these are the Seker Festival and the Kurban Festival. These occur on the third and fourth days after Ramadan, respectively. Seker Bayrami, the Sugar Holiday, is the first and most popular, so it’s recommended you make restaurant reservations well in advance. After that comes Kurban Bayrami, when lamb and goat’s meat is traditionally eaten. There are also numerous traditional cultural and dance festivals at various times of the year, and you can also attend bouts of the ancient sport of camel wrestling (they wrestle each other, in case you’re wondering).
Döner kebap is the national dish of Turkey. It’s not actually a kebab, having far more in common with a shawarma. A vertical spit roasts stacked fillets of meat, from which thin slices are cut and served on their own, or with different types of Turkish bread: on flat bread (known as dürüm), inserted into slices of Turkish bread (döner sandviç), or mixed with diced bread with sauce over it. The other most traditional food you’ll find is Turkish köfte, which is similar to the Greek dish, made from ground meat mixed with bread crumbs. You can eat this in many ways – with a savoury sauce, in a stew or on a skewer. The town of Bursa is the best place to eat this dish. Otherwise you can sample these traditional foods simply by stopping at one of the many hazir yemek (ready food) stalls in the cities. Other street food includes kumpir, a crispy baked potato with a stuffing of your choice. You’re most likely to find it sold in the food markets in Istanbul. You should also take the opportunity to taste Turkish pizza, known as pide. It’s made in the same way, but toppings are generally richer, sometimes even extending to meat and vegetable stew.
Turkey flight deals take you to one of the epicentres of ancient world history, and there are plenty of tourist attractions that remain from successive eras and empires. The magnificent Hagia Sofia is one of the most famous mosques on the planet and a reminder of the power of then Constantinople, now known as Istanbul. The ruins of Ephesus make up one of the most well-preserved and complete ancient Roman cities in the Mediterranean. The cliffs and rock valleys of Cappadocia with its Byzantine-era churches cut out of the rock are a sight that needs to be seen to be believed, and one of the great panoramas in the region. The majestic Topkapi Palace is testament to the opulence of the sultans of the past, who ruled the Ottoman Empire from here, with its lavish mosaic tiling and bejewelled interior décor. Then visit one of Turkey’s most remarkable natural attractions, Pamukkale, a set of vast snow-white terraces in the middle of the green countryside.
Turkey is one of the European countries that allows visa-free entry for British citizens for up to 90 days in any given 180-day period. Just make sure that your passport will be valid for a minimum of six months from the day on which you enter the country, and that it contains at least one blank page for entry and exit stamps.
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