Frommer's Turkey

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 22, 2010 - Travel - 448 pages
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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.
  

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Contents

Chapter 1 The Best of Turkey
1
Chapter 2 Turkey in Depth
13
Chapter 3 Planning Your Trip to Turkey
45
Chapter 4 Suggested Turkey Itineraries
74
Chapter 5 Istanbul
79
Chapter 6 Çanakkale Gallipoli the Troad
198
Chapter 7 The Central Southern Aegean Coasts Greater Izmir
216
Chapter 8 The Turquoise Mediterranean Coasts
287
Chapter 9 Cappadocia the Interior
364
Chapter 10 Ankara
399
Chapter 11 A Glossary of Useful Turkish Phrases
421
Chapter 12 Fast Facts
429
Index
433
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Lynn A. Levine is the author of Frommer's Istanbul and has contributed to a number of other titles, including Frommer’s Italy from $90 a Day and Frommer's Southeast Asia. When not writing about travel, Lynn is a communications consultant for organizations including UNICEF, the United Nations Development Program, and the International Fund for Animal Welfare, specializing in the development of campaign and cutting edge strategic communications to create social change. She maintains the travel website www.talkingturkey.com as well as the portal www.wordandeed.com.

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