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Regional cities: the Turkish march to a tempo allegro

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Published on 10/05/10 - Updated on 17/03/22

A sign of an trend, hotel groups are not only interested in the capital, but are increasingly investing other major cities in Turkey. The economic centers are preferred for these implantations, and the tourism destinations on the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas and further inland even more so.

As a turntable for 29 million tourists and 70 million Turks, Istanbul is obviously the priority of world leaders in the hotel industry. But they are increasingly numerous to want to move away from the shores of the Bosphorus. Until now, whenever hotel groups ventured outside this nerve center...

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