Are you planning a vacation in Turkey and don’t really know what to look for when booking, how to get there, or which is the most beautiful beach in the country? Or how to find the perfect place to enjoy 22Bet the fullest.

In summer, many Germans are drawn to the southeast of Europe – the beaches of Turkey are particularly popular with holidaymakers. Many tourists take advantage of the country’s many all-inclusive offers and really enjoy themselves.

And to make sure you don’t forget anything important on your next trip to this popular vacation destination, we’ll give you an overview of all the information and tips you need for your vacation in Turkey.

What You Should Consider

If you want to book a vacation in Turkey, you will quickly stumble across the many all-inclusive offers. And they certainly have their appeal. The question is: Is an all-inclusive vacation in Turkey also the right vacation for you? If you are mainly looking for relaxation, want to enjoy the security of a package holiday and are prepared to follow fixed meal times, then the answer is probably yes.

In addition, you can calculate the costs much better, because you already know in advance exactly what your accommodation and meals will cost you. You can find great offers for the Turkish Aegean, the Black Sea coast, Bodrum or Cappadocia, among others. The most famous resorts in Turkey are Antalya, Alanya, Side, Izmir, Belek and Bodrum.


But if you’re feeling more adventurous and are likely to be out and about during the day, then all-inclusive might not be the right choice for you. In that case, your seat at the buffet may remain empty because you want to try out the many culinary offerings in the area – and you’ll end up paying twice.

Apart from the catering, it is also worth taking a look at the transfer offer. Since airports are often several hours’ drive from your destination, a hotel transfer should be included. This will save you time and stress at the airport looking for a cab. Unless, of course, you book a rental car for your time in Turkey anyway.

By the way, You don’t need a visa to enter Turkey; it is sufficient to have a valid passport or identity card with you. However, you should always have it with you in case of a police check.

The Prices

The average prices are rising, as reported by the portal “Check24”. Per night must be planned in the summer 2023, on average about 224 euros in the hotel and 173 euros in the vacation apartment.

Of course, the price also always depends on personal interests and wishes for the vacation. If you dream of a luxury resort with its own pool, you will of course, pay considerably more for a week – there are hardly any upper limits here.


However, if you are already satisfied with a simple pension in the ecotourism stronghold of Cirali, for example, then you can also stay there as an individual traveler for as little as 40 euros a night.

The Perfect Time to Travel

The temperatures in Turkey are similar to those in Germany. Only the climate is a bit more tropical and less changeable than in Central Europe. So if you are planning a beach vacation, it is best to travel to Turkey in the summer between June and September. Then, the daytime temperature is between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius.

Since the summer months are, however, completely Europe’s main travel time, it will be then at or another place also times full. By the way, it gets especially warm on the Turkish Riviera, but on the Mediterranean coast, it is quite pleasant even in summer because there is always a light wind blowing.

But also in spring and autumn, a vacation in Turkey is worthwhile. With an average temperature of 16 degrees Celsius, you can explore the country full of energy, hike through the volcanic landscape of Cappadocia or discover the metropolis of Istanbul.

Speaking of Istanbul, a trip here is particularly worthwhile between May and October, as it often snows there in winter and can, therefore, become uncomfortable. It also gets windy and chilly quickly in Ankara, as the Turkish capital is located at an altitude of about 800 meters.