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Eastern Promise Turkey Ltd are pleased to announce the opening of their new Turkish Travel Agency in Smithfield Market, Belfast.
The outlet will allow interested travellers to call in & speak to us directly and pick up any information & brochures that will offer the products we have available. Also we will be updating regular holiday offers on our new Announcements link on the website & also on a Special Deals wall in the agency. We welcome all interested parties in travelling to the many beautiful resorts available in Turkey to call in for a chat & we would be delighted to arrange your next holiday to this magical & fascinating land.
Eastern Promise Turkey (Ltd) Overseas Management is a family owned business, with a reputation that our competitors strive to achieve and of this we are proud.
We have put together a portfolio of luxury properties for rental & sales from fully established & reputable Irish & UK owners & developers who we know & trust. For our property management service our utility staff & craftsmen are experienced, trustworthy and enthusiastic at their trades. We can also offer that sound and professional advice to ensure your investment works for long term customer satisfaction rather than short term gain.
So let us at Eastern Promise Turkey (Ltd) Overseas Management take the burden of your rental holidays & management issues so you can just lie back, relax and enjoy your dream home in magical Turkey.
We asked researchers in 19 countries to go shopping for a basket of tourist items.
We listed: Cup of coffee, bottle of Heineken, can of Coke, bottle of mineral water, suntan lotion, insect repellent, 20 Marlboro ciggies, three-course meal for two with wine, a postcard and a stamp.
Yet in highest-priced Italy the items came to a whopping £105.29. There were major cost differences on the bill for the items which in Turkey was £42.02 , compared to £63.39 in Spain, £52.88 in Portugal, £69.80 in Greece.
David Swann, senior analyst at currency exchange giant Travelex, said: "The 2009 trend of heading outside the euro zone to better value destinations such as Egypt, Croatia and Turkey is likely to continue this year."