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Inside Background
The resort Kusadasi is pricier than other resorts - this is because the cruise...
Last edited: April 19, 2010
Kusadasi is about 16 Km south west of Selcuk dolmuses run every 15 minutes, for...
Last edited: April 23, 2008
Inside Things to Do
 Kusadasi is a coastal city that traditionally caters to European visitors...
Last edited: November 26, 2012
Boat trips are good value and fun. It is best to book at the harbour side close...
Last edited: April 02, 2015
The regular ferry departures from Kusadasi to Samos island is organized between...
Last edited: May 12, 2012
There is so much going on in kusadasi it is difficult deciding what to fit in...
Last edited: July 12, 2013
The Caravansaray have regular Turkish Nights and these are exceptionally good...
Last edited: May 15, 2010
Siringe is a quaint mountain village a short ride from Kusadasi. It is reknown...
Last edited: August 24, 2014
The seawater is clean and not immidiatly deep, that makes it more enjoyable for...
Last edited: September 22, 2008
Inside Dining Scene
The Planet Yucca serves lovely food but is quite pricey. The Saray restaurant...
Last edited: March 02, 2008
Lots of places to eat in Kusadasi an the prices are reasonable, all the menus...
Last edited: September 13, 2008
 Turkish Food In Turkey most food is prepared from fresh ingredients, and in...
Last edited: May 15, 2010
Halikarnas is a welcoming restaurant where one can relax and enjoy local...
Last edited: December 10, 2012
Inside Turkey: For Foreign Visitors
Sterling, Euros, and Dollars can be easily changed into Turkish Lira at all...
Last edited: August 19, 2016
Visas: Visas are required for many visitors, when obtaining visas  at the...
Last edited: March 21, 2016
Emergency Phone Numbers Ambulance/Medical: 112 Fire: 110 Police: 155  And for...
Last edited: April 02, 2015
Inside Turkey: Important Phrases (version 64)     Turkish belongs to the...
Last edited: October 23, 2015
The International Dialing Code to access Turkish telephone numbers is 0090...
Last edited: April 02, 2015
Tipping: It is customary to leave a tip in restaurants (10%), for hotel...
Last edited: September 27, 2015
Knowing which currency to carry while you travel to Turkey is very important...
Last edited: July 14, 2014
On arrival in Ataturk International, you have a choice of 3 local phone service...
Last edited: June 03, 2016
This a quick overview of driving in Turkey so other travelers can get a feel...
Last edited: February 13, 2016
The following allowances apply to the import of bothdomestic and foreign goods...
Last edited: February 15, 2016
A quick google will reveal that Turkish power plugs are 2 round pins running at...
Last edited: February 18, 2016
Turkish pharmacies are great. They go out of their way to help travelers. Many...
Last edited: March 21, 2016
Mutlu Deveci Web: www.mutludev... Web: www.turkey-t... Email...
Last edited: July 21, 2016
Many first time travelers to Turkey from the USA may not realize that they will...
Last edited: April 23, 2016
Wi-FI Hotspots  Below is a snapshot of wifi hotspots locations and options in...
Last edited: June 30, 2016