How to get to Turkey
Turkey, located at the strategic crossroads of Europe and Asia, in addition to its cultural and geographical wealth and climatic resources, also has obvious logistical advantages over exotic countries and warm climate.
Turkey can be reached from most of CIS and European capitals in just a few hours. The whole world becomes available to those who live in Turkey and have a house in Turkey. Indeed, in Istanbul there are large offices of the majority of world air carriers – the city itself is consistently named among the top ten most visited cities in the world.
Istanbul New Airport and Sabiha Gokcen airport are used as transit for flights to North and South America, Southeast Asia, Europe, Asia and Middle East. In addition to regular flights throughout the year, in the summer there are lots of charter flights with attractive ticket prices. "Turkish Airlines", the local air carrier, is the undisputed holder of the honorary title of “The Best European Arline” in recent years that offers appropriate services and a variety of routes connecting Turkey to the world, as well as a number of domestic flights. So if you decide to rent a villa in Turkey for your next holiday trip you can comfortably get to any part of the country.
Domestic flights across Turkey also make their customers happy with the variety of directions and affordable prices. For example, if residents of Istanbul decided to fly out to their summer residence or rent a villa in Antalya, such a flight might cost USD30 per person. And if you buy promotional tickets in advance – it will be even cheaper.
In Turkey there are also ferries in the Black, Aegean and Mediterranean Seas which are particularly useful for those who like to travel with their own car. If you travel by ferry, cruise ship or yacht you will also be welcomed in numerous hospitable Turkish ports and yacht marinas.
If you value vintage and exclusive experience, you can make a unique premium-class train journey from Europe to Turkey and get to Istanbul by the "Eastern Express" VIP train, the one, by which Agatha Christie herself and her fictitious character Hercule Poirot traveled in the XIX century. Highways connect Turkey and Europe, you can easily travel by your private car from Greece, Bulgaria and Italy and fell at home in Turkey combining your favorite way to travel with beach holidays.