Welcome to Turkey


A treasure house of history and culture, Turkey is a gateway into a world of exciting possibilities. Located at the juncture of Europe and Asia, Turkey is a superb venue for meetings, incentives and conventions.

Turkey offers a wealth of first class hotel accommodation and conference facilities, easy access to major cities worldwide, beautiful settings and un-equalled sight-seeing attractions. All this, plus wonderful weather and at a much lower cost than many alternative destinations. You don't need to learn Turkish, By using the services of a local Destination Management Company such as Batanay Tourism you have a friend and partner on the spot who can handle everything everything you want with their local know-how and contacts.

From European centres, Turkey is an ideal destination: exotic, but conveniently close. Flying time is only two or three hours from most European Capital Cities into Istanbul, with transfer connections or direct flights into Izmir, Antalya and Ankara. Daily connections link Istanbul to all the major cities in the United States, the Middle East and Asia.

Sight-seeing and entertainment programmes can be fully packaged. Istanbul is among the worlds great tourist destinations with an unrivalled setting and a wealth of architectural treasures. Izmir, a city of palm trees and ancient ruins, is the gateway to the Aegean Region.

Turkey today is well equipped to handle meetings, incentives and conferences of all sorts and sizes in comfort and style. Traditional Turkish hospitality, a high standard of local food and wine and endless possibilities for entertainment and sight-seeing guarantee that any conference or event organized inTurkey will be a resounding success.


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This page was last updated on 14 January 2014