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    Where to travel? Istanbul and somewhere else?
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    • 5th Nov 18, 5:31 PM
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    Where to travel? Istanbul and somewhere else? 5th Nov 18 at 5:31 PM
    I have my mind set on travelling around Turkey - particuarly Istanbul (1 week) and Cappadocia (3 days).

    I can travel for up to 3 weeks in total so I'd like to combine my trip to Turkey with somewhere else. Ideally somewhere no more than about 3 hours away.

    I'm looking for everywhere cliche about travelling as a 20 something. Eg somewhere authentic, unique, a challenge to travel and explore, a real adventure, somewhere a bit rough round the edges, somewhere difficult to travel, somewhere with warm friendly locals. I'd really like to make lifelong memories and for it to be a special and ideally life changing trip. Would also ideally like it to be reasonably priced.

    I was considering Belgrade, somewhere in Iran or Tsbili in Georgia.

    I'll probably travel in May (approx) although I'm flexible on which month I travel.
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    • RHemmings
    • By RHemmings 12th Nov 19, 4:26 PM
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    I would go with Pompey Pete's suggestions for somewhere different
    Originally posted by koalakoala
    This thread is over a year old. I only posted to follow up something I said I would post when the thread was active.
    Last edited by RHemmings; 23-11-2019 at 6:44 PM.
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