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*******ourvideosite****/View/V2339 *******www.keytours****/destinations/destination.asp?Nav_ID=D&Dest_ID=22 Key Tours of Turkey can take you to Turkey! Located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Turkey travel combines the history and culture of an ancient land with the development and progress of the modern world. Turkey offers both the excitement of its cities and archaeological sites and the natural beauty of its colorful landscape. It has also played extensive roles in the development of human civilization and the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religions. Whether you visit for the extensive history, superb food, hand-made crafts, or simply to relax, Turkey will leave you breathless with wonder. Turkey is a fairly large country, and its climate can vary from region to region. Here are some general clothing recommendations according to season while travel. SUMMER: April through October. Casual clothing made of lightweight fabrics and good walking shoes are essential while traveling in Turkey. A shawl, sweater and/or jacket is recommended for cooler evenings. Sunglasses and a sun hat are also recommended. Although shorts are appropriate casual attire for men, woman should avoid wearing them in cities. WINTER: Mid-November through Mid-March. A wardrobe of matching coordinates, made of man-made fibers and/or wool, which allow for minimum and maximum warmth for varying temperatures is suggested. A topcoat with zip-out lining is also advised. It is wise to use the layered approach to clothing allowing for warmer or cooler weather spells. SPRING/FALL: Mid-March through April and then October through Mid-November. Lightweight wool or topcoat are suggested. DINING: Informal attire, except for some selected restaurants in main cities, which may require tie and jacket for men. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES: Comfortable shoes and a sun hat are a must. MOSQUES AND CHURCHES: Shorts are forbidden. Women are required to wear headscarves when visiting Mosques in the Turkey. CRUISES: Casual daytime attire is suggested. For occasional special gala evenings cocktail dress and tie and jacket are suggested. Arrange your adventure to Turkey with *******www.keytours****/destinations/destination.asp?Nav_ID=D&Dest_ID=22 Key Tours of Turkey.