Ovih 10 stvari morate da znate pre nego što krenete u Tursku / You need to know this 10 things before you go to Turkey

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Ako planirate da ove godine provedete odmor u Tursku nije na odmet da pročitate i da se upoznate sa nekim stvarima koje se tiču ove zemlje.

 

1. PASOŠ

Neće vas pustiti u zemlju ako vam pasoš ističe za manje od 3 meseca.

 

2. SAOBRAĆAJ

Slabo poštuju pravila. U većim gradovima, kao što je Antalija, svi žure. Dešava se da prolaze na crveno ili da autobusi, kako bi obišli gužvu voze po pešačkoj stazi.

 

3. PLAĆANJE

Najviše vole kada im plaćate turskim lirama. Ipak, na nekim mestima možete da plaćate dolarima ili evrima, mada su tako manje raspoloženi za cenkanje. Novac menjajte samo u menjačnicama, nikako na ulici.

 

4. PRE NEGO ŠTO KRENETE NA PUT UPLATITE OSIGURANJE

Bolje da bacite 20-30 evra na te papire nego da morate da platite popravku zuba 300 evra.

 

5. SUNCE

Na plažama Turske temperature mogu da pređu 45 stepeni. Mažite se kremama. Stalno nosite sa sobom flaširanu vodu. Nosite naočare za sunce. Nosite kapu / šešir. Prvih dana na plaži nosite belu majicu ako imate beo ten koji je sklon crvenilu i opekotinama. Nema svrhe da upropastite sebi letovanje zbog neodgovornosti prema sebi.

 

6. JEZIK

Oni vole svoj jezik. Naučite bar osnovne reči, tako ćete uvek dobiti bolje mesto, popust, kolače, čaj…

 

7. LJUDI

Kao i svuda u svetu – ima raznih. Turci su napadni, mogu da budu i dosadni. U stanju su da vas izmrcvalje ukoliko odluče nešto da vam prodaju. Čuvajte se rečenice HELLO MY FRIEND… Sa jedne strane iza nje može da se krije osoba koja želi da vam pokaže istoriju i lepotu ove zemlje. Dok sa druge strane, pogotovo ako ste sami, može da znači da imate posao sa lopovom. Držite se na distanci i uvek idite u paru.

 

8. VERA

Turci su veliki vernici. Iz okolnih džamija se svakodnevno, više puta može čuti molitva koja se pušta na razglasu. Mnogi ljudi, pogotovo stariji su u stanju da na sred puta prostru svoj tepih na zemlju kako bi se pomolili. Poštujte to.

 

9. OBUCITE SE

Ovo se odnosi najviše na žene/devojke. Njihove žene se kupaju skoro skroz obučene. Stalno su pokrivene. Neke ne dozvoljavaju ni da im se vidi kosa. Svetski trendovi su aktuelni i kod njih tako da ima mnogo devojaka koje se oblače klasično. Niko od vas ne očekuje da se zavijete od glave do pete, ali obucite haljinu preko kostima kada idete na plažu. Ne morate da nosite prekratke mini suknje i dekoltirane majice. Jeste da ste vi na odmoru ali nema potrebe da privlačite pažnju koju ne želite.

 

10. Još po nešto

– Iako su se prilagodili turistima oni jedu jako začinjenu hranu.

– Ponesite kući paletu njihovih začina.

– Alkohol je preskup, lokalci ne piju

– Njihov toalet može biti malo drugačiji od našeg (nešto kao wc šolja i bide u jednom)

– Probajte pipu i popijte čaj pored mora.

– Nađite lokalni restoran koji kuva pravu tursku kafu.

– Svuda ima puno policije, ako je neko *previše ljubazan* prijavite to

– Morsku hranu, kao što su školjke, jedite u restoranu a ne na plaži

– Turci su u stanju da vas satima ubeđuju u nešto, ako vam se to ne sviđa odmah recite ne i idite, neće se uvrediti.

– Pre nego što krenete saznajte broj telefona i adresu naše ambasade i turističkog info centra / predstavništva.

 

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If you plan to spend this year vacation in Turkey does not hurt to read and familiarize yourself with some of the things that concern this country.

 

1. PASSPORT

They will not let you into the country if the passport expires in less than 3 months. You may need a visa.

2. TRANSPORTATION

Turks a bit respect the rules. In larger cities such as Antalya, all rushing. It happens that the cars are passing on red or buses to drive on the walkway to avoid the crowd.

3. PAYMENT

They prefer when you pay them with Turkish liras. However, in some places you can pay with dollars or euros, although then they are less willing to bargain. Only change cash in foreign exchange, not on the street.

4. Before you hit the road bought insurance

Better to throw away 20-30 euro on those papers than to have to pay for dentures 300 euros.

5. SUN

On the beaches of Turkey temperatures can exceed 45 degrees. Cuddle up creams. Constantly carry bottled water. Wear sunglasses. Wear a cap / hat. The first day at the beach wear a white shirt if you have a white tan that is prone to redness and burns. There is no point in ruin your holidays because of the irresponsibility towards yourself.

6. LANGUAGE

They love their language. Learn at least basic words, you will always get a better place, discount, cakes, tea …

7. PEOPLE

As everywhere else in the world – has a variety. Turks can be intrusive, can also be boring. They are able to convince a long time if they decide to sell you something. Beware of sentences HELLO MY FRIEND … With one hand behind it can hide a person who wants to show you the history and beauty of this country. While on the other hand, especially if you are alone, it may mean that you have a business with the thief. Keep your distance and always go in pairs with someone.

8. FAITH

The Turks are great believers. From the nearby mosque every day, several times can be heard a prayer that is played through the loudspeakers. Many people, especially the elderly are able to spread his own rug on the ground to pray. Respect that.

9. COVER YOURSELF

This applies most to women / girls. Their women swim almost completely dressed. They kept covered all the time. Some do not allow yourself to show the hair. World trends are current with them so that there are a lot of girls who dress classic. None of you do not expect from you to cover up and down, but put on a dress over the swimsuit when you go to the beach. You do not have to wear a short mini skirts and low-cut shirts. Yes you are on holiday but there is no need to attract the attention you do not want.

10. One more thing (10 things more)

– Although they adapted to tourists they eat spicy foods.

– Take home range of their spices.

– Alcohol is too expensive, the locals do not drink

– Their toilet can be a little different from ours (something like a toilet and bidet in one)

– Try the shisha and drink tea by the sea.

– Find a local restaurant that make real Turkish coffee.

– Everywhere, there is a lot of police, if someone * too * polite report it

– Seafood, such as shellfish, eat at the restaurant but not at the beach

– Turks were able to convince you hours in something, if you do not like it immediately say no and go, they will not be offended.

– Before you go get the phone number and address of your contry embassies and tourist info center / representative.

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