Travelling Solo in Turkey
Experience Turkish Hospitality
Turkey is a great country to explore on your own. The people a very friendly and there is so much to see and do. You will experience traditional hospitality travelling solo in Turkey. Here are some highlights we recommend for your trip to Turkey:
Explore this amazing city. We recommend on foot, many sites are within easy walking distance. Aya Sofia, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern and more. Spend a few days enjoying the sites and discovering Istanbul.
Visit Ancient sites
Turkey has a huge amount of ancient sites and is the home to many of the best-preserved cities and towns from antiquity. Popular highlights include Ephesus, Troy, Mount Nemrut, Pergamon and Miletus.
In central Turkey, it is well worth spending a few days to explore Cappadocia. The region with its unique rock formations and caves. It is the site of many early Christian Churches. Carved into the soft rock along with dwellings. More recently today ‘cave hotels’ offer guests memorable accommodation. Why not take a balloon ride over the incredible landscape?
Hike on The Lycian Way
In south-west Turkey The Lycian Way hiking route. It runs from Fethiye to near Antalya. Over 500kms of stunning hiking route. Come for a week and experience the beautiful coastline, warm, turquoise seas and rich history of the region.
Travelling Solo in Turkey has so much to offer that we know you will not be disappointed. Here is a link to a recent article in the Guardian Newspaper detailing the joys of travelling on your own. Travelling Solo
Travelling Solo in Turkey is a great experience. Let us help plan your next adventure.