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Travel Guide

Our guide to holidays Turkey, brought to you by the loveit coverit travel insurance team.


Our Turkey Travel Guide

Turkey is a unique and culturally rich country that is located at the crossroads of two continents. With its diverse landscapes and rich history, Turkey has something for everyone. One of the most unique and breathtaking places to visit in Turkey is Cappadocia, with its incredible rock formations, multicolored canyons, and stunning landscapes.

If you have a sweet tooth, you'll be in heaven in Turkey, as the country is known for its delicious pastries and sweets. From baklava to Turkish delight to traditional cakes and biscuits, you'll find no shortage of sweet treats to enjoy. Spending an afternoon sipping on Turkish tea or coffee while indulging in these sweet delicacies is a great way to experience local culture.

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Reasons why you should get travel insurance for your trip to Turkey

Outdoor Adventures

Turkey offers a wide range of experiences, from exploring ancient ruins to indulging in beach vacations and trekking through its stunning landscapes. Travel insurance can provide coverage for accidents and injuries that might occur during these diverse activities, ensuring you have access to medical care without the burden of unexpected expenses.

Medical Cost

While Turkey has modern medical facilities, travelers might still require medical attention due to unexpected illnesses or accidents. Travel insurance can cover medical expenses, hospital stays, and medical evacuation if necessary, ensuring you receive the care you need without concerns about high costs.

Lost or Delayed Baggage

Baggage mishandling can happen during any trip. Travel insurance can offer coverage for lost, stolen, or delayed luggage, helping you replace essential items and clothing while waiting for your belongings to be located or returned.

Flight Delays and Cancellations

Flight Delays and Cancellations: Like any travel destination, Turkish airports can experience flight delays and cancellations due to various factors. Travel insurance can reimburse you for expenses related to flight disruptions, including accommodations and meals, helping to minimize the impact on your travel plans.

Main Facts About Turkey

The currency in Turkey is the Turkish Lira. ATMs are widely available in major cities and tourist areas. You can get local currency from banks and exchange bureaus, known as DOVIZ in Turkish.
Turkish is the official language of Turkey and English is widely spoken in Istanbul; visitors are often surprised by the relatively high level of English spoken by most Turks. An attempt to use Turkish is very much appreciated and considered good manners, though.
The climate in Turkey varies depending on the region. In summer, the average temperature is 23°C (73°F), while in winter it is -2°C (28°F). The Black Sea region has a wet, warm, and humid climate, while Eastern Anatolia and South-Eastern Anatolia experience long, harsh winters with snowfall from November until the end of April.
Power Plugs
For Turkey there are two associated plug types, types C and F. Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins and plug type F is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side. Turkey operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
According to the latest data from the United Nations, the current population of Turkey is 86,011,903 as of May 8, 2022. This information was compiled by Worldometer.
Fun Fact
Although Turkish coffee is well-known, it is actually tea that is the most popular beverage in Turkey. In fact, 96% of the population consumes at least one cup of tea per day. Turkish tea is strong and is traditionally served in small, tulip-shaped glasses. While visiting Turkey, be sure to try the various flavors of tea available and experience this important part of the country's culture.
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Your Turkish Bucket list

If you're in Turkey, you HAVE to do these things:

1. Take a trip on a hot air balloon through the Cappadocia.
2. Paragliding in Ölüdeniz & Pamukkale.
3. Visit the Dolmabahçe Palace.
4. Venture though Basilica Cistern.
5. Visit the Hagia Sophia.
6. Scrub Up in a Hammam (Turkish Bath).
7. Go Boating in Bodrum.
8. Explore the Aspendos Theater, Serik.
9. Visit the Harran Beehive Houses.
10. Sail on the Aegean Sea.


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