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Sidyma, Turkey: where cows pose next to Lycian Sarcophagi
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Sidyma, Turkey: where cows pose next to Lycian Sarcophagi

Picture yourself visiting one of Turkey's many ancient sites. Are you on a guided tour or an excursion lead by a tour operator? Or are you somewhat looking for a more authentic experience and something off the beaten path? If you are interested in visiting a site that may be less impressive in size but is likely to leave you with far deeper impressions and an understanding of Lycian life, then consider ...
Essential resources to walk the Lycian Way
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Essential resources to walk the Lycian Way

What better way to slow travel than to walk? And what better place to do it than in ancient Lycia, now Turkey's southern coast. If you are after a dose of hiking in a sublime scenery with a taste of ancient civilizations, keep reading! Have you ever heard of the Lycian Way? It is Turkey's first long-distance walking route along the coast of Lycia, which runs from Fethiye to Antalya. The Lycian Way covers ...
Slow Travel: Always Take the Scenic Route
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Slow Travel: Always Take the Scenic Route

This is such a beautiful sentence. It happens to say a lot about what Slow Travel is all about. There are plenty of ways to reach your destination, just as there are many ways to get out and about once you have reached your destination. Depending on the choices you make, you might get to see an entirely different landscape. Traveling by plane is convenient, but it alienates you from your actual journey. But ...

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