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Turkey 4* All Inclusive June 2020 - £478pp Manchester 7 Nights - £954.96 @ First Choice holiday
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Turkey 4* All Inclusive June 2020 - £478pp Manchester 7 Nights - £954.96 @ First Choice holiday

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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This hotel has a staggering 4.5 rating from guests from trip advisor with great reviews from families, couples and friends. The hotel is rated as a 4 star by TUI and First Choice. With lots of pools and water slides.

Flying from Manchester 17th June.

I have just booked this with my girlfriend and looking forward to it very much. Flights are with TUI
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I'll have had enough of Turkey after tomorrow 😁
mario99924/12/2019 18:59

Anyone been here? Suitable for a three year old?


Not really, a 3 year old will struggle with flights / luggage and the language, customs etc. Obviously would be easier if the 3 year old went with an adult.
Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 24th Dec 2019
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How long is it?
3,4,7,10 days?
I'll have had enough of Turkey after tomorrow 😁
Where in turkey and for how long? :/
kidrock12324/12/2019 14:22

Where in turkey and for how long? :/


Izmir in Kusadasi for 7 nights
srp11124/12/2019 14:14

I'll have had enough of Turkey after tomorrow 😁


I see what you did there
just to mention the visa necessary for a trip to Turkey has doubled in price (now $35 per person - yes it's priced in dollars for some reason) also a 2% hotel tax is about to be introduced, so it may be more costly than first appearance
deewbee24/12/2019 15:35

just to mention the visa necessary for a trip to Turkey has doubled in …just to mention the visa necessary for a trip to Turkey has doubled in price (now $35 per person - yes it's priced in dollars for some reason) also a 2% hotel tax is about to be introduced, so it may be more costly than first appearance


Thanks, this is good to know. Ive always avoided the place due to the general opinion that its unsafe etc but loads of our friends have visited and say its fine. Turkey has always been cheap but recently ive seen it get more pricey and with these extra costs it all adds up.
Turkish resorts are safe...I have an apartment there and feel safer there than in UK.....it's a huge country.....just avoid the south east (syrian border area)
deewbee24/12/2019 17:12

Turkish resorts are safe...I have an apartment there and feel safer there …Turkish resorts are safe...I have an apartment there and feel safer there than in UK.....it's a huge country.....just avoid the south east (syrian border area)


Same here I have a little house in Dalyan . Most people that say Turkey isn’t safe haven’t been there.
marylandcookie24/12/2019 14:24

Izmir in Kusadasi for 7 nights


Went to Izmir in Oct, great place, would love to go back.
richb301224/12/2019 17:58

Went to Izmir in Oct, great place, would love to go back.


I went 2 years ago and stayed at the Ramada, best family stay by far !!
Very good deal
no lifts just steps
Anyone been here? Suitable for a three year old?
mario99924/12/2019 18:59

Anyone been here? Suitable for a three year old?


Not really, a 3 year old will struggle with flights / luggage and the language, customs etc. Obviously would be easier if the 3 year old went with an adult.
Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 24th Dec 2019
srp11124/12/2019 14:14

I'll have had enough of Turkey after tomorrow 😁


Already had enough of their human rights abuses..
Regards the Turkish visa,it used to be $20 and is now $35 but be very aware there are lots of scam websites that wlii try to charge you much more,when it was $20 from the official government website the scam websites were charging $70 and there was no guarantee you would get it. It takes a very careful few minutes to apply online, ANY mistakes whatsoever on your application with name,passport number or dates will render it invalid,having applied it is more or less instantly linked to your passport electronically so there really is no need to print it out unless you are travelling about alot where being stopped at a checkpoint could be a problem without a paper copy. It is valid for 90 days in it's 180 day validity .Turkey is much safer for tourists than some of the Spanish resorts that are overrun with drunken yob behaviour ,not always the British either.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 24th Dec 2019
this is the official e-visa site - do NOT use any other !!! evisa.gov.tr/en/
I don’t think price is anything special prices for turkey in June are regularly really cheap in June. Higher visa prices will put a lot of people off going. If you leave it to 4 weeks before you book you will pay much less
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