Turkey is one of the world’s most visited countries.
Few people mention it when they talk about their favorite places in Europe or Asia, but it has so much to offer travelers, in my opinion.
Istanbul is a fantastic city, with mosques dotting the skyline, a fantastic food scene, and a wealth of history to explore. The remains of Ephesus are among the most impressive I’ve ever seen, and seeing the Troy site was awe-inspiring. I even leased a yacht for ten days along Turkey’s coastline, seeing some of the country’s most beautiful and unspoiled areas.
Whether you’re taking a sunrise hot air balloon trip through Cappadocia or splashing through the otherworldly salt pools of Pamuk kale, Turkey is home to some magnificent landscapes that are excellent for those of you who love to Instagram your adventures. On top of that, there’s some amazing cuisine to sample — Turkish breakfasts are my personal favourite — and nice locals to meet.
I’ve been keeping track of every dollar I spend in the nations I visit from the beginning of my journey because I want to show that travelling the world is both affordable and possible. I want to be able to give you an exact and reasonable estimate of how much you can expect to spend in each place.
Today is Turkey’s turn, where I spent an average of 45 EUR each day during my stay.
Turkey Traveling on a Budget
How inexpensive can a trip to Turkey be? Travelers prepared to take standby flights, bear with inconvenience, and otherwise save travel costs will find the cheapest journey to Turkey to be around $83 per person per day. Vacation rentals can be hired for as little as $16 per night, and about 21% of rentals are available in the $0 to $100 range for an entire home. These low-cost rentals must be reserved as soon as possible, and they may not be in the most attractive locations. With rooms starting at roughly $28, 1-star hotels are more likely to be available.
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