What is the Weather in Turkey?
Turkey has varied geographical conditions which means the climate is much different in one part of the country than it is in another. Near the Sea of Marmara, the climate is temperate with temperatures that can reach up to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 Celsius). In the western part of the country, the weather is Mediterranean, and it is very similar on the southern coast. The Anatolian Plateau sees a wide range of temperatures from day to night and there is more snowfall while areas near the Black Sea are wet, warm and humid.
How do I get Around Turkey?
Most cities in Turkey have airports, even though some are very small, which makes air travel popular in the country. There is also an extensive bus system with buses running day and night. There are even small rest stops that look more like American shopping malls. If you plan to visit a smaller town by bus, you may need to transfer to a smaller bus at a train station. It is possible to rent a car in Turkey as well, but drivers can be aggressive which means road travel can be dangerous. Larger cities offer public transportation, taxis and rideshare services as well.