(PRWEB) November 12, 2012
However winter breaks in Turkey are becoming increasingly popular with tourists looking for last minute winter getaways in cities such as Istanbul, Izmir and Antalya.
Music fans looking to combine a trip to Turkey with the chance to soak up the ‘the blues’ at the music festival should look to book flights to Turkey in early November and early December before the festivals close on December 8 in Izmir.
The eagerly anticipated concerts have become a popular tradition with visitors who book holidays to Turkey in order to guarantee a place at the much awaited gigs.
Over the years, a grand total of more than 424.000 music lovers have attended the famous concerts – this is great news for the tourism sector in Turkey.
A Holiday Mate spokesperson said:
‘The festival is a great draw for tourists looking to treat themselves to a shorter holiday. ‘
‘City breaks are a great way to get away from it all and get a taster of what Turkey has to offer as a country and a year round holiday destination.’
This year’s musical treat marks the 23rd festival which will see the likes of Lucky Peterson, Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, John Mooney, blues harmonica master Billy Branch and The Sons of Blues, and Cedric Burnside among the best drummers worldwide.
Anyone choosing to book a Turkey holiday with the online holiday guru can be sure that they’re getting access to a barrage of cheap Turkey holidays that offer more than just value for money.
Customers can book online or via the call centre.
Browse holidays online via your PC, laptop or iPad at http://www.holidaymate.com or phone +44844 856 1921 to book a trip to Turkey today.
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