IDEE TRAVEL & EVENTS, the Leader in Corporate, Group and Individual Travel in Turkey since 1989, features the top things that clients will love in their incentive trip in Turkey.
1. Unique moments with Haydn in the Byzantine cistern.
This large underground cistern built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian I (527-565) was named as Yerebatan Palace ere among the people due to the marble columns rising from the water and countless seemingly like. It is also known as Basilica Cistern since there is a Basilica in the place where the cistern is located. Basilica Cistern has a magnificent beauty to it. It is one of the most important historical cisterns under Istanbul, Turkey.
2. Seaplane transfers from the airport to your resort hotel.
As a seaplane base is simply a body of water (eg, a sea, lake or river) on which seaplanes are permitted to land, in many instances a seaplane base can be located in much closer proximity to the central business district and other key transportation nodes of a city than an existing or proposed ground-based airport. Following recent investment, many destinations where airlines cannot operate are now reachable by seaplane.
3. Ottoman dinner in the Sultan’s Suite.
Famously one of the world’s most expensive suites, the Sultan Suite is adorned with Turkish-made furniture, Ottoman motifs and accessories dating back to the 19th century, while the master bathroom also features a handmade marble Hammam. Dating back to the 17th-century, the only Ottoman Imperial Palace & Hotel on the Bosphorus, Çırağan Palace Kempinski has a brand-new dining experience: “Sultans’ Dinner” for those who are willing to enchant their guests with unique tastes and presentations from Ottoman era in a real Ottoman Palace.
4. Arter Istanbul, a new modern art museum in a culturally divers quarter.
Arter is an art space and the largest contemporary art museum of Turkey located in Beyoğlu, Istanbul. Opened in 2010 on famous Istiklal Street to provide a sustainable infrastructure for producing and exhibiting contemporary art, Arter presented more than 40 solo and group exhibitions with accompanying publications, workshops, and talks.
5. Sipping the perfect satsuma margarita in an Aegean beachside bar.
6. Mountain biking in Fethiye.
With its postcard-worthy backdrop of golden sands, forested mountains, and miles of azure ocean, it’s no surprise that Fethiye is among the most-visited cruise ports on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast.
7. An indulgent degustation meal you never want to end at a Turkish Chef restaurant.
8. Walking along Patara beach completely free of foot prints.
Patara Beach Turkey is a strip of white sand of 500m width stretching along the Mediterranean coast for 20 km. There are sunbeds, changing rooms, several places to eat and have fun on the beach.
9. Hot-air balloon rides over Cappadocia.
Cappadocia is an amazing and spectacular landscape that has been sculpted by erosion over thousands of years. Cappadocia is perhaps most well-known for the panoramic view of hundreds of hot air balloons gently ebbing and flowing above valleys and volcanic “fairy chimney” formations.
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Author: Deb Davad