Published on : Friday, July 7, 2017
With the recent changes in international and economic policies, Turkey is now in a worse situation as the price of Turkish lira dropping lower than euro or the dollar. The international tourists with less pounds or euros are getting more lira to travel in and around Turkey. While, the value of pounds are also deeply affected due to the last June’s Brexit referendum, where the United Kingdom withdraws from the European Union. For that, everywhere in Europe as well as United States, Australia, New Zealand and many parts of Asia become more expensive. But, Turkey, a Eurasian country becomes the cheapest destination in summer times.
To the Brits, Turkey becomes cheaper in living and shopping for the latest changes in international policies. Turkish lira is one of the few currencies where the pounds of the international tourists now go further than they did in June 2016. It is astonishing to the Brits that Turkey becomes this year’s cheapest for the currency fluctuations that happened after Brexit.
As a tourist destination, Turkey has more to offer. The stunning natural beauty, old historical places, archaeological sites, adventure tourism sites and the cheap hotels are the best part of Turkey. The majestic beauty of the mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers and the waterfalls make the tourists mesmerise while visiting Turkey. Kariye Museum, Long Beach and Ethnographic Museum are the popular tourist attractions in Turkey.
The revenue figures stated here are South African Rand, £1,300, Russian ruble, £1,281, Taiwan dollar, £1,223, Indian rupee, £1,212, Thai baht, £1,203, Czech koruna, £1,181, Polish zloty, £1,180, Hungarian forint, £1,164, New Zealand dollar, £1,164, Australian dollar, £1,163, US dollar, £1,160, Hong Kong dollar, £1,153, Danish krone, £1,142, Euro, £1,141, Swiss franc, £1,140, Singapore dollar, £1,123, Canadian dollar, £1,121, Japanese yen, £1,102, Malaysian ringgit, £1,090, Swedish krona, £1,087 and Turkish lira, £948.