Hotels in Turkey

Lose yourself in the allure of Turkey, an enchanting destination where east truly meets west. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and a smorgasbord of stunning landscapes, Turkey is a feast for all the senses. From the bustling grandeur of Istanbul to the tranquil idylls of the Turkish coast, finding the perfect spot to enjoy all its wonders is only a click away.

Whether you're planning a romantic break in a luxury retreat, seeking a family-friendly resort, or desiring an affordable room within reach of historical sites, Lycafly connects you with the perfect accommodation. Discover comfort, convenience, and unforgettable Turkish experiences today.

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Straddling between Western Asia and Southeast Europe, Turkey, also known as Türkiye, is an intriguing blend of cultures and histories. Brimming with remnants from the Hittites, Greeks, Armenians, and Persians, it is a living museum of bygone eras. Its thriving capital, Ankara, pairs effortlessly with Istanbul, the pulsating financial hub and its largest city. As you traverse from the tranquil Aegean region to the rugged terrains of eastern Anatolia, you'll discover the boundless diversity this country has to offer.

From the zenith of the Ottoman Empire to its current position as a regional powerhouse, the landscape of Turkey has experienced a myriad of political, economic, and structural transformations. Today, with its economy ranked among the E7 and EAGLEs, and being a member of the United Nations and NATO, Turkey takes centre stage in international affairs, enhancing its fascinating global appeal. Perhaps proof of Turkey's rich cultural fabric is its 19 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, waiting to be explored.

When to visit Turkey

The temperate climate of Turkey invites travellers year-round. However, for families or groups looking for primetime weather, aim for the months of April, May, September, and October. The balmy ranges of 20°C to 30°C during these months are particularly popular for both outdoor adventuring and tranquil coastal retreats.

For those in pursuit of sun-soaked beaches, the hot summer months from June to September provide the perfect backdrop. However, keep in mind this is a less ideal time for visiting the ancient sites due to the intense heat. Nevertheless, the winter months from October to March offer a quieter, less crowded opportunity to explore history-laden regions, although some seaside resorts may be closed. For a unique touch, Cappadocia even offers a winter wonderland with its snow-covered landscapes. And don't forget, no matter the season, various festivals such as the Hidrellez Festival or the International Istanbul Film Festival also invite you to immerse in the dynamic Turkish culture all year round.