Visit Turkey with Tamie Tamps

Everybody should visit Turkey at least once! This is an amazing country luring tourists with its delicious dainties.

While traveling to Turkey, you will be delighted with its cuisine, including fresh seafood and meze, a whole world of desserts, huge breakfast spreads, Ottoman classics, vegetable dishes, and so on.

Moreover, Turkish cuisine is not its single benefit

Here, you will immerse in the fantastic world of Turkish baths, amazing archaeological sites, excellent museums, and so on.

The most exciting places in Turkey to visit

Tortum Waterfall

One of Turkey’s most spectacular waterfalls and also the largest waterfall. However, these days there is only a surplus of water between the months of May and June. The waterfall is almost dry during the other months.


Nestled within the narrow valley on the Yesilirmak River (and surrounded by mountains), it’s a pretty unique and historic city that’s easy to visit if you’re already in the area. Once you’re here, make sure to explore the historic Ottoman-style houses, see Amasya Castle and spot the Kral Kaya Tombs.


Famous for skydiving, beaches, and incredible scenery. Öludeniz is a paradise for vacationers looking for beautiful beaches, tranquility and charming villages.

Delicious dishes to try in Turkey


Menemen is a traditional Turkish dish made with eggs, onions, tomatoes, green peppers, and spices. It’s usually cooked in olive or sunflower oil and eaten with bread.


Lahmacun may look like pizza from afar, but it’s no pizza. Lahmacun consists of thinly-rolled dough with a layer of minced meat, minced vegetables (tomato and onion), and a slew of herbs such as cayenne pepper and cumin.


Kebap, the cornerstone of modern Turkish cuisine, simply means “charcoal-grilled” and includes dishes as disparate as kestane kebap — roasted chestnuts sold in paper bags by street vendors on winter days.

The most useful tips for travelers to Turkey

Know a Little Turkish

Outside of the major cities, not many people speak English in Turkey. But the good news is, Turkish isn’t hard to learn—the letters are similar to the Roman alphabet and words are said as they are spelled.

Money matters and currency exchange

The currency in Turkey is the Turkish lira, TL. Once you land in Turkey you can exchange your money at one of the currency exchange booths at the airport.

Is Turkey safe?

Turkey is one of the safest countries in the world with Interpol ranking it as one of the safest holiday destination in Europe. You will find the police helpful and friendly and in many of the tourist resorts there are special tourism police who speak different languages.

Jennifer Chinlyn

an experienced travel guide at Tamietamps

If you are planning an exciting family holiday, then you need to go to Turkey. This is one of the most beautiful countries all over the world. You will not be bored at any minute because this country offers tourists really fascinating attractions, including exotic dishes, marvelous beaches, striking architecture, and so on.

Here, you will be able to visit historic churches, waterfront mansions built by European settlers and grand imperial mosques and palaces to stone houses built by former Anatolian empires. Our professional travel guide will help you dive into Turkish culture and history and explore its main pitfalls in order to have an unforgettable time.

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