Lonely Planet Turkey

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Lonely Planet, 15 Eyl 2010
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Lonely Planet knows Turkey: paraglide over the velvety Mediterranean, haggle good-naturedly in the bazaars or enjoy the views from Mt Ararat, just like Noah and his animals - our 11th edition helps you experience Turkey's best.
Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.
In This Guide:
Inspiring itineraries to help plan your trip
Unique cultural insights from a Cappadocian horse whisperer and a female Kurdish entrepreneur
Essential information on crossing into Turkey's neighboring countries

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James first visited Turkey as a student, at the end of an eastern European trip. He lived on bread and cheese triangles for a week in ?stanbul and the Princes' Islands, before using the last of his funds to get home to Britain. His latest Turkish trip was more successful: wandering Anatolia and making up for student starvation by spending his entire fee on kebaps. When he's not investigating various countries' national dishes, James lives in London's 'Little Turkey'. He has contributed to half a dozen LP guidebooks, and co-authored A Year of Festivals, featuring Turkey's camel- and oil-wrestling festivals.

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