• Turkish Airlines to increase flights between Istanbul and Washington. Turkish Airlines will increase servce between Istanbul and Washington D.C. from 7 to 10 weekly flights beginning July 12, 2016.

  • Turkish Airlines launches non-stop Istanbul - Miami flights
    Turkish Airlines began flights from Istanbul to Miami, FL, U.S.A, on Sunday. Miami, one of the Florida's and the world's most popular vacation spots becomes the 12th destination of Turkish Airlines in the Americas. The Florida city is Turkish Airlines' 12th destination in the Americas. Flights between Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport and Miami International Airport will operate seven days a week. The carrier also flies to Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Toronto, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, Boston, Montreal and San Francisco.

  • The Ministry for Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism would like to inform visitors to Greece that capital controls introduced by the Greek Government do not apply to those wishing to withdraw money from an ATM or carry out any other type of transaction using credit or debit cards issued abroad.

    Moreover, the Ministry does not expect any inconvenience in visitor's every day holiday experience, neither in the islands nor in mainland Greece, as there are adequate fuel supplies, products and services.

    Greece continues to offer the highest quality of tourism services to its visitors, who have ranked Greece as one of the best destinations worldwide.

    The Deputy Minister for Tourism, Mrs Elena Kountoura, said that Greece still is and will always be a favourite destination for holidaymakers. Visitors currently in Greece as well as people planning to visit Greece will not be affected by the latest developments and they can continue to enjoy their holidays in Greece without any problems whatsoever.

  • Saveur Magazine named Tel Aviv an Outstanding culinary destination in its annual Culinary Travel Awards. The food and recipe publication ranked Tel Aviv "Outstanding" in two categories: Best Culinary Destination and Best Markets and Shops. Tel Aviv has almost 4,500 dining establishments and a growing reputation as world-class foodie city.

  • Istanbul is Europe's 2nd cheapest city for luxury dining. Refreshment club Gastroclub studied the average cost of a meal served in restaurants appealing to low and high-income groups in 30 tourist cities in Europe. The study revealed that Copenhagen is the most expensive city where the high-income group dine. According to the study, a person pays approximately 87.18 euros (TL 243.80; $112.92) to eat a luxury meal in Copenhagen. The cheapest city is the Bulgarian capital Sofia at 20.40 euros, while Turkey follows Sofia at 21.54 euros. The average cost of a luxury meal in Europe is 44.93 euros. Fine Dining in Istanbul
  • Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial named world's 4th best museum by Trip Advisor.
    The Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem was recently named the fourth best museum in the world by leading travel website TripAdvisor. TripAdvisor also named Yad Vashem as the top attraction in Jerusalem, and describes the museum's moving exhibits as "an emotional, educational and inspiring experience."
  • The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus was named #1 Hotel Spa in Europe in Travel + Leisure’s prestigious 2013 World’s Best Awards readers’ poll. 

  • Visitors to Israel can walk in the footsteps of Jesus along the 40-mile Gospel Trail. The trail passes through sites important to Jesus' life and ministry, including Capernaum, the Mount of Beatitudes, Tabgha and Nazareth. Guided signs and rest areas allow pilgrims to set their own pace. Learn more at www.gospeltrail.com and www.facebook.com/HolyLandSpirit.


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