Treat Yourself to EDITION Istanbul, Turkey’s New “7 star” Hotel

Istanbul’s newest luxury hotel offers wood-paneled suites, a Cipriani Restaurant and a spa that takes up three floors. The Edition Istanbul appears to live up to its reputation as a “seven star” property (a claim made by one of its developers). The 78 room hotel is located in Levent, a business district populated with skyscrapers, and boasts a sleek design.

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Living Up to Legends in Troy, Turkey

The city of Troy was at one point thought to exist only in fiction. If you are heading to Turkey or just in need of travel inspiration, a brief visit to Troy is a must. Here are a few reasons why Troy has captivated the world for ages.

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Our Second Winner in the Tweet Your Way to Turkey Contest is....

The winner for week two of OneTravel's Tweet Your Way to Turkey Contest is Felicia F., our second winner from Chicago, Illinois.

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Turkey Travel Portrait: The Rumeli Fortress

The enormous Rumeli Fortress, located in Istanbul along the Bospherus, was constructed under the order of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror in 1452.

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Exploring Turkey: The Ancient City of Ephesus

During a trip to Greece and Turkey several years ago, I was fortunate enough to spend a day touring the ancient coastal city of Ephesus in Turkey’s Izmir province. Ephesus (Efes in Turkish) is located near the Aegean Sea and was one of the largest Greek cities in Asia Minor.

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