Cuisine of Black Sea region


 

The South Coast of Turkey is an independant website dedicated to travel destinations on the south coast of Turkey. Information on individual cities and real-time flight data for the major airports in Turkey as well as photos and videos. Important tourism information plus the music and cuisine of Turkey. The South Coast of Turkey has been developed by an American who lived in Turkey for 5 years and traveled along the south coast.



At the Turkish Culture and Tourism Office the new Director of the Turkish Culture and Tourist Office in New York wishes to encourage you to visit Turkey this year. There has never been a better time to travel to this beautiful country. Istanbul has been named as the European Capital of Culture for 2010 so a wide variety of events are available throughout the year that celebrate the vibrant arts, culture and civilization that makes this cosmopolitan city one of the most exciting places in the world to visit. Turkey provides the perfect blending of old and new, natural wonders and cosmopolitan cities to fascinate each of its visitors. A cradle of civilization and center of world history, it also has matchless natural wonders, ancient archeological sites, great restaurants and nightlife, exciting sports and adventures and over 4 thousand miles of coastline for visitors to enjoy. Most visitors have their first experience of Turkey during a Mediterranean cruise and then return for a longer visit. Many Americans and Europeans have already discovered the wonders of Turkey since 2006 Turkey has seen a 30% increase in visitors from the U.S. In 2009, for the very first time, the number of international visitors to Turkey has exceeded 27 million.

All About Turkey is a website created by Burak H. Sansal who is a Professional National Tour Guide, working with Turkey's most prestigious travel agencies. Traveling extensively worldwide, he gained a personal knowledge of touring and travel facilities in the following countries: Turkey, USA, England, France, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Luxemburg, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary, Lebanon, China, Korea, Japan, Russia, Kenya, and the Caribbean. Burak has worked with various travel agents and organizations. During his tenure in these companies, he was responsible for leading various groups, providing information about archaeological sites and Turkish culture. The itineraries were mostly different from each group, but generally concerned visiting a range of sites throughout the country; from East to West and from North to South. These tours were generally limited from 2 to 21 days. He also conducted daily sightseeing tours and worked as a simultaneous translator for businessman during their conventions. Some of the tours were on private driver/guide basis. His website is the most comprehensive information on Turkish tourism on the internet.