Weekend breaks to Izmir
Izmir is fascinating and weekend breaks offer visitors the chance to explore its 5000 year old history as well as its modern, cosmopolitan side. Along with being one of Turkey’s most cosmopolitan cities, Izmir has incredible archaeological sites from Byzantine, Roman and Greek civilizations. The city’s gorgeous scenery is part of what makes Izmir popular for weekend breaks or visits of longer duration. It is located within the Mediterranean basin and surrounded by beautiful mountains. Turkish mosques and historical bazaars add to the city’s historic character. The city centre, Konak Square and waterfront Kordon offer great sightseeing. Weekend breaks should also include visiting the beautiful coast with its lovely natural beaches. Riding the Asansor elevator and Teleferic cable cars are other examples of fun activities for those enjoying weekend breaks. Izmir’s multicultural history has influenced the city’s delicious cuisine. There is a great variety of food from the Anatolian, Mediterranean and Aegean regions. There is also a wonderful variety of vegetables from the surrounding region. Izmir is a wonderful place to visit.
Accommodation for a Weekend Trip to Izmir
There are many options for accommodation in Izmir but in planning your weekend trip, you should consider your options carefully. Many travellers prefer a certain alternative to hotels and hostels. Wimdu is a site that helps travellers to connect with hosts offering comfortable accommodation in their own homes. Rooms are clean, secure and affordable. The cost is comparable to or less than that of most hostels but many find the Wimdu experience more enjoyable. You’ll get plenty of privacy and your host will also be happy to offer helpful advice and share some of the city’s secrets. That kind of local perspective can make weekend breaks even better. Booking and payment are safe and convenient. You can even contact your host before you travel. Having the right accommodation can help make your visit to Izmir even more wonderful than you had imagined.
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