Public holidays in 2018 in Turkey

Public holidays in 2018 in Turkey

Christmas and Easter might not be much fun, but moving to Turkey means a whole new world of fun public holidays. Diaries at the ready… The UK’s public holidays are largely based on religious holidays (although it’s funny how many of them seem to coincide with old...

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Schooling for the expat child in Turkey

Finding the right school for your child is one of the biggest issues families face when they start new lives in Turkey. So what are the schools like? From those expats who have seen their children through the education system, opinions differ. Some certainly praise...

Cost of living survey | Turkey Property Guide

You’ve budgeted for your new house in Turkey, but have you budgeted for the cost of living there? To give you an idea of how much money you will need to cover all you’re outgoings, we’ve researched the cost going out, groceries, utilities and transport in Turkey. The...

Foreigners begin heading back to Turkey

With Turkey’s economy steaming along, a double dose of good news has just landed on the property and tourism fronts – at last!     If Turkey was to take a health check, it’s fair to say that it has been pulled well clear of intensive care but...

Turkey – where luxury property costs a lot less

Turkey’s construction sector has stepped up the quality of top-end builds in recent years as property investors become more discerning about what they want. Location, location, location?” may be the question when an expat or property investor considers...

Turkey’s West Coast: Jewel of the Aegean

Cheap property, great nightlife and beaches to die for: who wouldn’t want a slice of the West Coast’s Turkish delight? Looking to relocate to a relatively safe expat hotspot? Then discovering the West Coast of Turkey, where it seems the sun always shines...

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