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About Turkey
Turkey is a place where continents collide, a place where you can witness the sky full of hot air balloons, and always acts like a cool spray on a hot day. It is indeed a rich historical land with some of the best cuisines you will ever taste; from spectacular scenery to amazing beaches and mountains, it is a great place to explore with our Turkey holiday packages. It is a dramatic destination that straddles Asia and Europe. Turkey is widely known for its lively culture, well-known cuisines, and vast history. Its glorious landscapes, Mediterraneo Seaside resorts, and misty mountains are highlights in themselves. Are you ready to have a long-lasting impression of Turkey’s landscape on your mind? A standout amongst the most captivating goals on earth, Turkish history returns far on account of the nation's novel Eurasian position on the guide. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of tour packages from family tours to escorted Turkey tour packages to Group tours to Turkey and Greece.

Flamingo Transworld offers numerous options for hotels, resorts and villas, restaurants and bars, spas and some world-class activities. In the land of cultures, here every step is a different experience. Turkey is where endless curiosity meets its match. The only thing you have to do is to say “merhaba” (Hi) to the endless scenery promising to surprise you to the core. Each landscape of Turkey forms the backdrop and context for people and events, with perhaps the most awe-inspiring aspect of travelling, the ability to become an active participant in this landscape. As it acts as a bridge between Europe and Asia, Turkey has so much to offer visitors from breathtaking natural beauty, unique historical and archaeological sites, steadily improving accommodation options, touristic infrastructure, a tradition of hospitality and competitive prices. Therefore, it is not surprising that Turkey has become one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Flamingo Transworld offers the best possible Turkey packages for you to select from. Check out Turkey hotels on Flamingo’s Hotel Portal which offers you with wide range of options to choose from. Turkey tours have its own vibe, its own essence, something authentic which is difficult to express or describe.

Check out Turkey Packages from different Indian destinations: Turkey tour packages from Ahmedabad, Turkey tour packages from Mumbai, Turkey tour packages from Delhi. Flamingo Transworld also offer a range of theme packages to Turkey like
Group tours to Turkey and Greece.

Popular Turkey Tour Packages

Package Name



Best Of Turkey

7 Nights
/ 8 Days

₹ 79,080

Turkish Delight

9 Nights
/ 10 Days

₹ 80,500

Highlights of Turkey - Greece

15 Nights
/ 16 Days

₹ 1,42,860

How to Reach Turkey

Travelling to Turkey by Air

The most considerable way to reach Turkey is via flight. Due to the sheer geographical distance, air travel is the most convenient means of undertaking this journey. To optimize time and utility, individuals will have to book a flight to the capital city, Istanbul.

taturk Airport is well connected to cities such as Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad, leveraging a capacity of almost 200 million passengers. It is located on the European side of Istanbul, by the Black Sea shore and at the connection of Çatalca- Göktürk-Arnavutköy. The aerodrome is equipped with all the necessary amenities and facilities required to keep travelers at ease. In fact, it was honored with the Global Traveler’s Leisure Lifestyle award for outstanding innovation.

Passengers can opt for non-stop and transit flights, depending upon their budget and time constraints. The following carriers can be availed of - Turkish Airlines, Air India, Air Arabia, Ukraine International Airlines, Oman Air, Kuwait Airlines and Egypt Air (In terms of the fastest route, Mumbai’s ChhatrapatiShivaji International Airport is the closest air hub.

Travelling to Turkey by Railways
If you wish to opt for train travel, make sure that your journey begins from Europe or East Asia. You have the option of availing of an efficient and well-connected railway line nonetheless. This is a reliable and cost-effective means of commute, but considerably longer in time.

Though Turkey is well- connected to European countries via the Bosphorus Express that is operated by the Turkish State Railways, there are direct sleeper trains from nations like Greece, Bulgaria, and Romania. There are also rail services operating from Denmark, Germany, Holland, Italy, and Switzerland. And if you’re in Paris or England, trains are available from these destinations as well.

Travelling to Turkey by Road

Although it’s not advisable to travel from India to Turkey, there is a route that exists all the same. It is roughly 8,000 km between the 2 nations, with a driving time of around 11-12 days. Individuals will require a visa for the countries that fall in between, namely - Pakistan, Quetta, Zahedan, and Teheran.

If you’re traveling from Europe, buses are also available. Metro operates from cities such as Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Germany, and Greece.

Places to visit in Turkey

Planning a trip to Turkey? Here’s a list of some of the amazing places to visit in Turkey. Let’s have a look.

Cappadocia is a beautiful region in central Turkey, famous for its fairytale scenery, remarkable cave dwellings, and rock formations and of course, the hundreds of hot air balloons that soar in the sky during sunrise each morning.

You can also experience hiking in Cappadocia, that it will take you at least a week to explore all of the diverse hiking trails in the region. Furthermore, you can likewise explore the red valley with dusk see point, love valley to Uchisar Castle, Pasabag Valley, Göreme Open Air Museum and parcel.

Hagia Sophia Museum

It is the top choice museum in Istanbul, which holds the heart of locals and visitors alike. Due to its distinguished structure, it attracts several visitors throughout the year. It defines the history, culture, and the importance of Turkey. On any beautiful morning, you could just walk to admire the architectural beauty of this top-class museum and embrace the silence.

Bazaar-Spice Market 

Spice Bazaar is the oldest and largest covered market in Istanbul after the Grand Bazaar. Brightly coloured spices are demonstrated alongside like jewel at this Ottoman Empire; it proves as an eye candy for thousands of visitors and locals alike whoever makes their way here every day. Stroll around this top choice market and share a few jokes with vendors and marvel at the well- preserved building.

Pamukkale Cotton Castle

Pamukkale is the gem of Turkey and it is something beyond your imagination as it boasts nature at its best. People come from all around the world to experience such beauty which includes forests, waterfalls and more. Explore this exceptionally beautiful Turkish Paradise, and apart from its natural beauty, there are Greek-Roman ruins that are still preserved in the city of Hierapolis.

Taksim Square

Let yourself experience a great city where continents meet, and Istanbul is one of those. It consists of great monuments and sculptures that boast the attractions of Turkey. Taksim Square is a well-known city center of Istanbul, which is the meeting point to celebrate New Year’s Paradise, public concerts and various shows. It is the most important monument which stands independently at the beginning of Istiklal Pedestrian Street.  During the city tour get a chance to pass through this lively square.

Blue Mosque

Sultan Ahmed Mosque is also known as the Blue Mosque due to its bluish interior decoration and serves as the most important mosque of Istanbul. It is the only mosque in Istanbul having 6 minarets, and also has 3 balconies on each side. This mosque follows certain dress codes, which is mandatory for each and every tourist. Like women’s need to cover their heads before entering the mosque.

Grand Bazaar

The colorful and chaotic bazaar is located in the heart of Istanbul city and has been attracting several visitors throughout the year. Isn’t it just so fascinating and fancy comparing price after price? And literally, try your hand at the dying art of bargaining. From 4000 plus shops to 1,76,000sqm it is not an exaggeration to say but truly it is Turkey's a shopper's paradise. It goes without saying and undoubtedly turkey’s shopping will be the wondrous mix of old and new. Just shop your heart out at this beautiful bazaar.

Dolmabahce Palace

The Dolmabahce Palace was the main residence of operation for the Ottomans after the Topkapi. This imperial structure was completed in the year 1856, and it used elements from the Baroque, Neoclassical and Rococo styles. It was the residence of the Ottomans in Turkey and is the largest palace in the country. It also has on display a vast collection of oil paintings by many European and Turkish artists. Explore turkey by exploring this lavish structural art formation.

Things to do in Turkey

It is mesmerizing, enchanting and awe-inspiring and the more you speak about Turkey. the less it will be to define the grandeur of the city. Here are some of the best things to do in Turkey on your tour. So are you ready to take a virtual tour of the mosque city? Let’s go for it!

Catch the tram at Taksim Square

Whether you believe it or not; but catching a tram is one of the most appealing activities that you could opt for during your Turkish journey. Become a part of the most ancient transport networking systems of the world and get into the flow of the nostalgic tram ride. A journey from Taksim Square to Tunel Square would be nothing less than a remarkable experience of excursion. Additionally, this service is regarded as the World Heritage service and should not be missed anyhow while being in Istanbul.

Ferry ride down the Bosphorus

A good thing about this place is that much of its properties are water front-facing, most of them belonging to ancient times. Even today, these estates are highly illustrious in terms of their appearances. Further, these structures and many more facets of the surroundings could be very well explored by Ferry rides that negotiate the serene waters of Bosphorus. Enjoy the classic view of the Ottoman architecture and feed seagulls with bread and sesame. Soak in the charming view from the deck of the cruise.

Soak your feet in Pamukkale Travertine’s

No such visit to Turkey is complete without visiting the picturesque sight of the travertines in Pamukkale. In fact, there is hardly any spot in the world just like this one, which is why it is highly popular. And it has a reason too. The site includes hot pools of water, where one could even sit and enjoy the hot waters. Additionally, the water also has its own health benefits.

Fly over Cappadocia in a Hot Balloon

Take a bird eye’s view of the fantasy land of Turkey. Exploring Cappadocia is a treasure in itself, especially when it comes to explore this place through the hot air balloons. The factor of moving around in a World Heritage Site through a hot air balloon is completely different. Enjoy the thrilling and joyous ride that traverses over various structures like the Fairy chimneys, Love Pillars, River Valleys, cliffs, breathtaking landscapes and lots more.

Best time to visit Turkey
Turkey is a year-round destination. The best time to visit Turkey depends on the places you wish to visit and the activities you want to indulge in. Here are prime tourist seasons in Turkey, throughout the year:

April- May (spring)
April and May are the months when Spring brings with itself a moderate temperature and an abundance of blossoms and wildflowers and hence considered as the best time to visit Turkey. If walking around the significant ancient and medieval sites in Istanbul is on your itinerary, then it is a perfect time to visit the country. Aside from the temperature which makes Turkey the perfect time to visit, April and May are likewise top seasons for Tulips. 

June- August (summer)

June, July and August are typically warm summer months, ideal for unwinding by the delightful Turquoise Coast and enjoying swimming in the Mediterranean. Cappadocia tends to be pretty quiet during these months and remains carpeted with beautiful blooming wildflowers, which makes it an excellent time to hike.

September- October (autumn)

Climate in Turkey during autumn guarantees warm temperatures and blue skies, however, the days begin to get shorter. The beginning of September might still be warm, but it does start to get colder from mid-September, although, land and sea temperatures remain warm. This creates conditions which are similar to the months of spring but with shorter days.

January- March (winter)

The months of November and December are cold throughout except for the southeast that remains comparatively warm. Temperatures in Cappadocia and Konya can be cold, and snow is widespread in these places creating scenic splendor. Istanbul, however, remains rather quiet at this time of the year making it an excellent time to visit if you don't mind the occasional rain and cold temperatures. 


Frequently asked questions about Turkey Tour Packages

Is English spoken in Turkey?
The official language of Turkey is Turkish, but English is widely spoken in Istanbul. 
What is the best time to visit Turkey?
The European side of Turkey and Istanbul go through hot summers and cold winters with snow being one of the highlights. Spring and Autumn time, from April to May and from September to mid-November individually, are the right months to visit Istanbul and the inland districts when temperatures are lovely and the skies are clear. Istanbul's area close to the ocean may be a significant breezy city, particularly in the Winter.
Is Turkey considered as a part of Europe?
Istanbul is a bridge that connects Europe and Asia. So, it makes Turkey a part of both continents. Talking geographically, the capital of Turkey, Ankara is in Asia. And similarly, most of Turkey’s land is in Asia. 95% of Turkey is covered in Asia. Physically it is Eurasian with a bigger population living in Asia. 
Do I need a visa for Turkey?
Indian passport holders who have a substantial visa or home grant from Schengen, US, UK, and Ireland are qualified for Turkish e-visa. Indians who don't have valid visas or residence grants of these nations will, in any case, need to apply for a sticker visa to visit Turkey. 
Is Turkey safe for Indian tourists?
The FCO has prompted that Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, and Ankara, its capital, are mostly safe for travelers.
How many days are enough in Istanbul?
If you are planning a holiday to Turkey for 10 -12 days then you must spend at least 3 nights in Istanbul. 
What can I buy from Turkey?
Some of the popular things to buy from Turkey are given below:

● Traditional Turkish Carpets
● Exotic Spices 
● Glass Lamps
● Turkish Tea
● Evil Eye
● Ceramic Wares
● Clay Pottery
Can I use Euros in Turkey?
The currency used in Turkey is the Turkish Lira. Although you can pay euros at some places, you will always get a better deal if you make transactions in local currency. 
What are some of the top experiences to have in Turkey?
What are the must-visit places in Turkey?
Some of the most popular places to visit in Turkey are given below:

What are some of the best Turkey tour packages offered by Flamingo?
Here are some of the best Turkey tour packages offered by Flamingo Transworld are given below:

Turkey Tour Guide - Places To Visit / Best Time To Travel / Things To Do / Activities
Turkey is a transcontinental country that lies in Europe and Asia. It is home to the great city of Istanbul which was formerly known as Constantinople. The country has some 13 World Heritage sites as recognized by UNESCO that one can visit in Turkey tour. Turkey acts as a habitat to two of the Seven Wonders of the World. During
Turkey vacation, one can explore it's rich historical and cultural background. The land of the very famous Baklava and amazing dry fruits welcomes tourists from across the world.

The best time to visit is during spring and autumn. The months of March to June and September to October are the ideal time to book Turkey packages. The climate would be easily adaptable during these months.
Here are some of the best places you should visit in Turkey holiday:

  • Istanbul: Istanbul is one of the most colorful and vivid cities in Turkey. The city is famous for being home to the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern, the Grand Bazaar and the very famous Hamam baths. You can also take the Bosphorus Cruise in Istanbul. Don’t forget to eat the Baklava!  

  • Cappadocia: Cappadocia is a volcanic marvel in itself. The entire region is made of spectacular volcanic rock landscape. It is like a magical wonderland. You must visit the Göreme Open-Air Museum, Kaymakli Underground City, Zelve Open-Air Museum and so many other places. Don’t forget to take the hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia!

  • Pamukkale: You cannot miss being dazzled by the White Travertines of Pamukkale. Pamukkale literally means Cotton castle and it indeed looks like one. You should also visit the Hierapolis Theatre in the city ruins and the Pamukkale castle. Don’t miss Pamukkale! 

  • Antalya: Antalya is an exotic land with pristine beaches and historical ruins. You must visit the old town and harbor. Don’t forget to visit the Aspendos, Termessos and the Karst Springs. Enjoy this wonderful land in Turkey!

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Conclusion: So, That’s how we will make your Turkey tour memorable. For tour package related any queries or questions, reach us at world@flamingotravels.co.in / +91 9825081806

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