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7 nights in Turkey from £149.00 in 4-5* hotel in December!! @ wowcher

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So tempted to go!! Spotted on wowcher online: Enjoy a 7-night holiday to Antalya, Turkey. You'll stay in top 4*-5* hotels such as the 5* Siam Elegance Hotel & Spa. Inc. breakfast, transfers, retur… Read More
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So tempted to go!! Spotted on wowcher online:
Enjoy a 7-night holiday to Antalya, Turkey.
You'll stay in top 4*-5* hotels such as the 5* Siam Elegance Hotel & Spa.
Inc. breakfast, transfers, return flights from Stansted & 20kg hold luggage.
Plus 2 days in Pamukkale and tours to Ephesus archeological excavation and the temple of Artemis.
Visit Seljuk Bridge and the ancient city of Aphrodisias.
Voucher valid for departure on selected dates until 15th Dec 2014 (see fine print).

Price is based on 2 sharing so you’ll need to buy 2.
May buy multiples.
Must book by 28th Jul 2014.
Voucher valid for departure on 12th, 19th, 20th, 26th or 29th Oct; 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd or 24th Nov or 1st, 8th or 15th Dec 2014.
Valid on selected flights only on these dates; supplementary charges may apply for alternative flights.
£50 supplement charge for children under 3.
Excludes lunches and entrance fees to tour locations.
No refunds or transfers once booked.

Hope it helps x
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#1
I've been watching Wowcher for Tenerife offers - room only and some good deals pop up. Hoping for something good soon, they usually promote the timeshare places!
Benalmadena last week from £29!
#2
great pride pity it doesn't include the school holidays, heat added though
#3
How come kids under 3 are a £50 surcharge?????
#4
wow would you really go on these tours, as they where quite a distance from gumbet. I am sure antayla is further
#5
I know this isn't the usual demographic but I was wondering if once in a while you could do deals where only one person goes? I would like to get away after the busy period at work on my own to relax but all these deals are based on two sharing.
banned#6
CaptainWest
I know this isn't the usual demographic but I was wondering if once in a while you could do deals where only one person goes? I would like to get away after the busy period at work on my own to relax but all these deals are based on two sharing.


Single person travel isn't as profitable for operators which is why a surcharge normally applies.

As such, deals based upon one person will be almost non existent.
#7
heat added, booked for 19th October, anyone been on this tour before know what its like?
#8
booked for 19th October, anyone else booked please let me know what its like, thanks!
#9
Antalya is a lovely city, but are the hotels offered really in Antalya or just using that airport?

If you're staying in Antalya, then those 'free' tours to Pamukkale, Selcuk and Ephesus will mean one hell of a long bus journey. Turkey is a BIG country!
#10
Flying from manchester?
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CaptainWest
I know this isn't the usual demographic but I was wondering if once in a while you could do deals where only one person goes? I would like to get away after the busy period at work on my own to relax but all these deals are based on two sharing.
Might be worth trying OlympicHolidays..They don't deem to have huge surcharges for single travellers.
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December is a little cold/rainy in Turkey.....
#13
too cold in december.
#14
its a good deal if you get the October dates as nov and dec will be cold
#15
kalico
Antalya is a lovely city, but are the hotels offered really in Antalya or just using that airport?

If you're staying in Antalya, then those 'free' tours to Pamukkale, Selcuk and Ephesus will mean one hell of a long bus journey. Turkey is a BIG country!
. I wonder how long the journeys will be, hopefully ill sleep though some of the travel, presuming we'll set off after the inclusive breakfast
#16
Beware those promoting Med destinations over winter months (mid Oct to late April)! That's because the Med has a MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE!! ALL its rain for the year buckets down in winter plus it gets really cold & miserable. Note also that resort towns typically become ghost towns with no vibe and bare skeleton facilities. Furthermore, Turkey gets the cold particularly harshly due to nearby mountainous geography (lets not even mention the interior regions). On a positive note, guess good value...if you want to sit huddled beside a radiator drinking hot turkish coffee all day
banned#17
Yup, very likely to be cold and miserable, but not forced to be - there's every possibility it could be shorts and t-shirt.
Don't forget it's going to be dark by 5pm as well in December...
#18
pinky keep reading your "cosmo" magazine.

(nice to see your asinine comment has been removed)

Family member work on the frontline against terrorism in this neck of the woods within global defence, ..so speaking from experience, (as i've also been there & seen, close quarters) clearly more than you have.
..you just stick to your anti cellulite deals.

overland route through for both aid convoys & those wishing to fight, which is why this area is of great concern to European security.
I wasn't denigrating the deal, but now I have contempt for you. it is on topic based on the location & safety of individuals needs to be taken into consideration, where people are on "runs" to conflict zones the area beyond needs looking at too, or likelihood of delays in a area where checkpoints are in operation to stem flow of contraband.

Only this morning on radio4 they were talking about this route in / scenario AGAIN.

https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey high threat of terrorism, even round & about Ankara.

more detail... https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey/terrorism

Best to know before you go, when things go bad they move quickly, & that can lead to problems that indignantly waving a uk passport might not help.

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