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Turkey has amazing history stretching back many thousands of years. From Roman occupation to the Crusades, the Ottoman empire and into the world wars, there’s plenty to explore in Turkey for the history nuts. Enjoy Turkey’s natural beauty – Cappadocia’s extraordinary rock formations, the Med and sun-kissed beaches. And don’t forget the fabulous food!

Photo gallery – Turkey’s top spots.

To celebrate the launch of our new Turkey brochure, here’s a photo gallery of some of our top Turkish spots. (Click here to order your brochure.) Istanbul One of the city’s most recognisable landmarks, the Blue Mosque is famed for … Continue reading

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Eating out in Istanbul – a visitor’s guide.

Teresa Curran offers top foodie tips in Istanbul, and finds that Turkish cuisine is a lot more exciting than the 3am greasy kebabs she was used to. Want fast food? Nothing is faster than a cob of corn for about … Continue reading

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Istanbul – a city on the rise and the perfect Autumn getaway

Straddling two continents and combining elements of both East and West, Istanbul’s Ottoman and Byzantine relics are fascinating enough. However, it’s not all about the old in Istanbul – this is a city with its finger on the pulse of … Continue reading

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On the Go Tours at the London Legacy Reception

Last night, On the Go Tours’ Andy Henderson went along to the annual London Legacy Reception at Australia House. Many supporters of London Legacy as well as Legatees and Widows were there, and special guests of the evening included His … Continue reading

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Top 10 things to do in Turkey

Here’s our top 10 list of things to do and places to see in Turkey. 1. Blue Mosque, Istanbul 1. Probably Turkey’s most famous landmark, the Blue Mosque in Istanbul is so-called because of the blue Iznik tiles adorning its … Continue reading

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The Draconids Meteor Shower

Hotly anticipated as one of the astronomical events of the year, the Draconids Meteor Shower should thrill stargazers this October. The discovery of this shower is due to predictions from several astronomers that the Earth will be close enough to … Continue reading

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Making a pit-stop in Istanbul, Turkey

Turkey has to be a favourite destination of mine, and with friends heading over to Europe in the next few months they asked me if it would be worth stopping in Istanbul for just a day. I think they’d be … Continue reading

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Exploring extraordinary Cappadocia

If you are thinking of a trip to Turkey, make sure it includes Cappadocia. Cappadocia is a region scattered with otherworldly rock formations which, due to the little peaks that appear on top of them, have been given the nickname … Continue reading

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The TNT Magazine Legacy Ball: commemorating ANZAC Day

    ANZAC Day is coming up again on the 25th of April. In commemoration of this important  event, you’re invited to go along to the ANZAC Ball on Friday April 15th, a black tie event held at Australia House in … Continue reading

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Incredible Istanbul; now in 3D

Here’s another fabulous entry from our Travel Writing competition (which is now closed.) We’ll be selecting a winner soon, but in the meantime, enjoy this little gem from Jesse Lund. Recently gaining momentum, 3-D technology plans to change the way … Continue reading

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