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    Half-Term Coming Soon? Head off to a Full Holiday in Turkey!

    With the half-term break approaching, it would be a great idea to take the kids out for a more different holiday! Maybe the summer wasn't as kind to you as it should have been, maybe you weren't able to offer your family the vacation they deserved so this, my friend, is the right time to do it.

    Unlike the high peak season, the Autumn months let you enjoy amazing destinations at a much affordable price, without being cheap on the experience. For instance, why not book a car hire in Turkey to help during this one-week travel? You can stay put in one place, sure, but this country has plenty more to discover so you might as well make the most of it!

    As the weather is still warm, it is possible to go on kayaking tours along the Turkish Turquoise coast, explore the underwater world with its beautiful coves and reefs or venture through the volcanic terrain of Cappadocia, where you are even able to unravel underground cities which will leave you in awe!

    If that is too much adventure for you to handle, taking your time through Istanbul might come as a bit conventional but interesting, all the same. Some monuments, such as the Blue Mosque, are a must-see on every visitor's itinerary and the city's covered Grand Bazaar is the ideal place for some delightful shopping.

    By taking your hire car to Dalaman, you are then free to explore the southwestern coast of Turkey at your desired pace. Actually, pace is a required word around this coastal town. If you're looking to rest from a work-crazed Summer and get some peace of mind, this is most likely the place in Turkey to do so and the children will certainly appreciate it, too.

    Anything goes as long as it keeps them away from homework, right?

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