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April 17, 2007

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Bay

hi i guess i can help to you.i live in istanbul but i've been Antalya so many times.firstly you can visit both of the ciites in 8-9 days.and if you book the tickets earlier, it'll be very cheap.i think it's the best choice travelling both of them.cause both of them have unique places to visit. in Istanbul you can see lots of historical places, museums and especially you can see the gorgeous bosphorus.and there are so many beautiful cafes and restaurant near the sea.but there is one thing that you should know is you should be careful while you visit the historical places because the location is not so safe and there are so many tourist right there and they can try to rob.actually like everywhere.but you can be relax when you're at the seaside.it's really safe. well in Antalya, you have see lots of excellent beaches and also you can see some different places like Dim River,the intersting one Dim Cave, waterfalls(Dfcden,Manavgat,Kur┼čunlu) and you're right Antalya's really really touristy.and there is a website you can search to where to visit and get more information. i hope i could help you.if you have more questions, you can ask me.

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