This is the best time of the year to visit Turkey

With breathtaking landscapes and a rich culture, Turkey may be one of the best travel destinations in the world. The country has much to offer the wandering soul, from ancient cities and stunning historic buildings to extraordinary caves, rocky features and beaches. You can catch a glimpse of the sun setting over the Bosphorus Strait amid Istanbul’s lavish cityscape. Or watch the hot air balloons float above the fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. A visit to Turkey can be an unforgettable experience. Want to know the best time of year to explore Turkey? Continue reading.

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What is the best time of year to visit Turkey?

Turkey experiences scorching summers and extremely cold winters. June and July can be extremely hot in Turkey, with the mercury rising above the thirties. Exploring the city under the sun during this time can get exhausting. So, the most ideal months to visit Turkey are April to May and September to October, as revealed by Audley. The weather remains pleasant during these months, neither too hot nor very cold. Turkey experiences winter between November and February. During the height of winter, temperatures in some places can drop to below freezing levels. That said, the snow-capped chimneys of Cappadocia look magical during the winters.

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The cheapest months to visit Turkey

If you are planning a budget trip, the most ideal months to travel to Turkey would be February and March. As revealed by several sources, flights to Turkey are cheaper during these months. March is the transition period between winter and spring in Turkey and therefore the temperature remains comfortable as well. Some must-see places in Turkey include Cappadocia, Alanya, Pamukkale, Trabzon, Kas, Antalya, Safranbolu, Selçuk, and Merlian, to name a few.

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