How to see Turkey on a budget

| June 19, 2019

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Holidays in Turkey are about more than soaking up the sunshine. Bridging the gap between Europe and Asia, its rich in culture and history as well as beautiful beaches. With ancient ruins to explore, bustling marketplaces to browse and a burgeoning art scene to discover, theres plenty to keep everyone occupied. Here's what to add to your hit list.

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In 1958 Lars-Eric Lindblad, considered the father of eco travel, founded Lindblad Travel and pioneered the first non-scientific expeditions to Antarctica (1966) and Galápagos (1967), subsequently opening the Amazon, Papua New Guinea, China, Bhutan, and more to curious, respectful travelers. In 1979, his son Sven-Olof Lindblad founded Special Expeditions, eventually re-named Lindblad Expeditions, specializing in ship-based expedition travel.

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