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International first class flights to Turkey are a great option to begin your vacation as soon as you arrive at the airport. Turkey is an amazing country to see and the long flight is very comfortable if you choose international first class tickets to Turkey. Affordable first class flights to Turkey can be found on travel websites and travel agents can help you find inexpensive first class tickets to Turkey. Consider traveling at the last minute to find some great deals on first class travel. If you set your budget in advance you can find packages and first class tickets to Turkey that work with your guidelines.


International first class tickets to Turkey will make your flight more enjoyable. You will be served a five-star meal and will enjoy free cocktails and beverages throughout your flight. You will sleep during the long flight in a comfortable bed with warm blankets and enough privacy so you can completely relax. You might not need to settle for economy or coach travel. Take some time to do your research and learn what first class tickets to Turkey will cost you and what you will get in exchange for the higher fare. You might think it is well worth the investment.



Which Aiport in Turkey Should I Use as My Destination Airport?


Use the Istanbul Ataturk Airport, IST as the destination airport for your trip to Turkey. Istanbul Ataturk Airport, IST is the largest airport in Turkey and serves the Istanbul area. It is the hub for Turkish Airlines and works with all major air carriers.



Ten Amazing Things You Have to See in Turkey


  1. Princes Islands- A perfect weekend or day trip for the locals of Istanbul. The Princes Islands are a great escape from the hectic pace and crowdedness of Istanbul. Here locals and tourists can spend a quiet day away from the city. You need to take a ferry boat from Kabatas but it is only a thirty minute trip to the islands which is a mixture of beaches and heavily wooded forests just outside of the commercial section of town. The island is known for having traditional Ottoman-style houses. For the best swimming, sunbathing and people watching head to Heybeliada Island.
  2. Troy- A Unesco World Heritage Site for over 20 years, Troy is one of the most iconic ancient sites in the world. The meeting place for many Mediterranean civilizations. Visit the Temple of Athena, the ruins of the outer walls and fortified towns of Troy is a must-see for history buffs and those that believe in ancient myths and mystery.
  3. Bosphorus Cruise- Take a Bosphorus boat cruise. It’s a great way to get scenic views of the city and see both European and Asian shores. Along the way, you will see century old palaces and buildings littering the shoreline. There is even a long cruise that will take you to the Black Sea and back. Take the sunset tour in the summertime to see the sun dance off the sea lines.
  4. Bursa- Bursa is one of the historical cities of the country. Walking the streets, you can imagine what it was like to live in the Ottoman Empire and its first-ever capital. In the center of Bursa, you will find impressive buildings, mosques, and tombs all done with incredible architectural flair. You can do some shopping in its famous central markets where you can find some souvenirs like traditional Turkish wares. Just outside of Bursa is some excellent skiing during the winter months with great lodges and restaurants.
  5. Edirne- The second capital of the Ottoman Empire is Edirne. A very opulent city but yet full of historical significance with heritage buildings including mosques and museums. Make sure to visit the mysterious Old Town. The Selimiye Mosque is one of the finest buildings in all of Turkey with a large central dome and spires with great views of the city. Head over to the Edirne Turkish and Islamic Art Museum to see some of the historic pieces from the Ottoman Empire.
  6. Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya)- This church turned mosque turned museum is one of the worlds greatest architectural achievements. After years of restoration work, you can picture what it was like hundreds of years ago. It’s hard to describe its overall beauty but standing in the nave under the huge dome above your head, it is difficult to understand how it doesn’t collapse onto you. Head up the spiral ramp to get to the gallery and enjoy the Byzantine mosaics including the signature piece of Jesus Christ flanked by Emperor Constantine IX and his wife Empress Zoe.
  7. Dolmabahce Palace- Dolmabahce Palace is over 600 meters in length and contains 285 separate rooms and 43 salons. It was built in 1856 by Sultan Abdul Mecit. Trying to prove that the Ottoman Empire was still thriving, no expense was spared building this palace. This is evident by the excessive use of gold leaf, crystal, and marble. There is even a Baccarat crystal staircase. The ceremonial hall has a 4.5-ton chandelier. It eventually became home to the head of the Turkish Republic who passed away here. The clocks are all set to the time he died and remain set at that time throughout the day in his honor.
  8. Canakkale- The seaside town of Canakkale is a mini version of Istanbul. The town has a youthful energy to it with many historical points of interests but is much more manageable compared to Istanbul. The town of Canakkale is a great place to start a trip to Troy. It is nearer to the archaeological site but also has some nice hotels, restaurants, and bars and is a good home base to venture out and explore Turkey. The Trojan Horse monument stands at the town’s waterfront promenade and is a great place to take a night stroll with friends or families.
  9. Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan)- A spectacular underground cistern that once brought drinking water via aqueducts from what is now Bulgaria to Istanbul. Dim lights and classical music play in the background either making it a romantic journey underground or a claustrophobic nightmare. There are 336 columns that support the ceiling. Walk to the end to see the Medusa head placed upside down as the base of one of the columns. A truly unique and one of a kind experience.
  10. Hamam scrubbing- The saying is “when in Rome, do as the Romans do”. Well, here there is nothing better to relax and rejuvenate the body than getting scrubbed in a hamam. Relax in a steam room laying on hot marble with nothing but the sounds of running water in the background. Receive a soapy body scrub from a masseuse and then receive a relaxing massage. There are several spas to choose from but the oldest, yet recently renovated, is the Ayasofya Hurrem.


I’m Ready to See Turkey, What Are My Next Steps?


You are in the best part of your trip- the planning phase! Set your budget, keep to it and stay focused on finding a great deal on international first class flights to Turkey. Good luck!

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