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by Suzanne Swan


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The DK Eyewitness Travel Guides always have great pictures and maps, and detailed drawings of historic or tourist city centers, with recommended sights and a path to follow. We love them, and have purchased probably 25 of them over the years. There are good sections on history, culture, architechture, food, and events, etc. Individual sights are listed with enough information to decide if it is something you will be interested in. There are sections on hotels and restaurants.

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Places Istanbul, Turkey Travel and transportTour agentTour guide Eyewitness Travel. We booked a 12 day tour to visit key historic sites in Turkey trip adviser Mr Huseyin Yayla from Istanbul EYEWITNESS travel was professional and helpful

Places Istanbul, Turkey Travel and transportTour agentTour guide Eyewitness Travel. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. We booked a 12 day tour to visit key historic sites in Turkey trip adviser Mr Huseyin Yayla from Istanbul EYEWITNESS travel was professional and helpful. The drivers were prompt, on time and very well informed guides, who conducted the tours above and beyond expectations. I would especially recommend the Ephesus tour, despite the rain it was unforgettable.

DK Eyewitness Turkey travel guide will lead you straight to the best attractions this fast-changing country has on offer. Packed with photographs and illustrations discover Turkey region by region; from the labyrinthine Grand Bazaar and Blue Mosque of Istanbul to the famous Roman remains at Ephesus.

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide book. Detailed itineraries an DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Turkey will lead you straight to the best attractions this beautiful part of the world has to offer

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide book. Detailed itineraries an DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Turkey will lead you straight to the best attractions this beautiful part of the world has to offer. Visit Hagia Sophia, experience the hot springs of Pamukkale, and explore the country region-by-region - from local festivals and markets to day trips around the countryside. Discover DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Turkey. Detailed itineraries and "don't-miss" destination highlights at a glance. Illustrated cutaway 3-D drawings of important sights.

Make sure you don't miss a thing with this essential guide to Turkey. Imprint DK Eyewitness Travel. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom. Meander through mesmerising landscapes and discover the hustle and bustle of mystical Istanbul using the unique cutaways and 3D models.

Author:Swan, Suzanne. Book Binding:Hardback. I bought this book because I love the DK Eyewitness travel guides,they're my favourites because they are full of lovely photos all the way through and are clear to read. Best-selling in Non Fiction. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites.


Comments: (7)

unmasked
The DK Eyewitness Travel Guides always have great pictures and maps, and detailed drawings of historic or tourist city centers, with recommended sights and a path to follow. We love them, and have purchased probably 25 of them over the years. There are good sections on history, culture, architechture, food, and events, etc. Individual sights are listed with enough information to decide if it is something you will be interested in. There are sections on hotels and restaurants.
If you want great detail with pages describing sights, you may want to pick up additional guides - we often do. But DK Eyewitness Travel Guides are always our first choice to get and we add from there as needed.
We have not gone to Turkey yet (going this year), so no more detail to report on this particular book. We will report back if any negatives appear (highly unlikely from our experience).
Rexfire
After reviewing many travel books at the local bookstore, the one published by Eyewitness Travel was determined to be the most comprehensive with great history of the country, description of the sights and color photos. Maps were included with good resolution of streets. The book does not offer very good details on lodging, dining places or shopping. If you just wanted to know about the country, cities and places to visit this book was found to be better than others. I traveled on a cruise ship and did not need the lodging or dining details. Turkey is an amazing country with so many historical sites to visit. The ancient cities and ruins have remained more original than those reconstructed in other countries. Istanbul is an amazing city to visit with cross cultural influences apparent everywhere.
6snake6
The guide has beautiful pictures, but I found it a little lacking in content, especially for the Ephesus area. If you are going on a cruise and stopping in Kusadasi as we did, we wanted information on the Kusadasi and Ephesus areas, including how to navigate ourselves through town, what the highlights are (where to focus our time) and how to get there, as well as some historical and background information. The little information this book did provide on Ephesus was not helpful but more of a history lesson. The book was so unhelpful, we had to "wing it" when we got off the ship. Ephesus is filled with turkish "salesmen" who will follow you, negotiate with you and generally bother you if you are prepared for it. It is quite daunting to have these men selling to you as soon as you get off the ship and it would have been more helpful if the book pointed you in the right direction about what to do so that we didn't feel like we were going to get ripped off. For example, the drive out to Ephesus is about 45 minutes and it would have been nice to have a tour book tell us the best way to get there. What is the safest bet? a bus, taxi (spelled taksi) or tour company? How much do these cost in general? When we had a taxi quote us a fee, it seemed very expensive, so it would have been good if the tour book told us what the general going rate is.

BTW, we ended up finding 2 other couples to share the cost of a van. The van waited for us to take us back to the downtown area. The downtown area is right off the ship, walking distance. You will get acosted by salesmen, so be prepared. It's an interesting salesmenship...they expect to "host" you with drinks and seats. they will then bring items to you. It would feel luxurious to be waited on and hosted if they weren't pressuring you to buy. They do accept no as an answer though...eventually So, once we settled into the concept, we realized it was part of the culture and learned to handle the stalking and haggling and constant pressure. The same thing that makes them sales oriented also make them customer service oriented in their restaurants-this was nice.
GEL
My first pass at this book left me feeling it was "light" and without substance. On second look I realized it is a gem. It has informative historic information and very good graphics. The illustrations of important sites and their specific details was the best I've seen. My only negative is thats it's heavier when compared with the more usual travel guide. This seems to be due to the high quality of paper used. It's a book that will stand up to the needs of a busy traveler, not falling to pieces after long times on the road. And it's very easy to find the section you want thanks to their clever use of color coding.
Dorintrius
Great guide. Excellent, easy to use to help make your trip as meaningful as can be. Descriptions that are more than sufficient to give an explanation of a site/town/etc. so that you can rationally choose which sites you want to see and the most efficient way to do so. Excellent size. Photos are great.
VAZGINO
Lavishly illustrated, excellent commentary, and easy access to information makes this one of the best books to get for travel to Turkey. The DK series are the best travel books I have found, and this did not disappoint. I just returned from my second trip to Turkey in two years and find this book to be lavishly illustrated with pertinent information in a concise manner. I can't recommend it enough, especially at its price. Get it.
Mildorah
If an eyewitness guide is available for a country, I buy it. I love the layout. All the guides have similar organization and the sections are helpful. It's fast once you get used to using them.The photos of points of interest can give you an idea of whether you want to see that attraction or now.
Am planning to go to Turkey early 2013 and needed a guide book which would give information on all the interesting and useful things a traveler needs. Though I have not looked in it closely yet, it looks that it has lots of information, with man illustrations and pictures, which is useful. Once I finish planning my trip from the guide, I might and update.
Turkey (Eyewitness Travel Guides) download epub
Asia
Author: Suzanne Swan
ISBN: 0751333573
Category: Travel
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Gardners Books (February 2003)