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==Understand==
 
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The province occupies both (west and east) coasts of Gulf of Antalya, a large indentation of Mediterranean Sea, and some places more inland. In general, the terrain is mountainous, with mountains usually ascending from right at the edge of the sea.
  
 
==Talk==
 
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People in the province are not very friendly towards [[Hitchhiking|hitchhikers]]. But unfriendliness here should not be taken as that you will be shown middle fingers or that they will stop next to you, express some nasty comment, and accelerate as fast as they stopped: They just don’t stop, and behave like you are not even there. Even if you are a very good stop (nearby traffic lights, lots of cars, and a large shoulder to pull over), expect to wait at least two hours for a lift (at least in eastern and northern sections of the province: the highway between [[Antalya]]-[[Alanya]] and the highway north from Antalya), but maybe that was the general unluck of two males hitching together. Hitching from around [[Olympos_(Turkey)|Olympos]] (in the western section of the province) is reported to be better, though.
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==See==
 
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The telephone code for Antalya Province (whole of it) is (+90) '''242'''.
  
 
==Get out==
 
==Get out==

Revision as of 16:15, 14 December 2008

Antalya is a province in the southern Mediterranean region of Turkey. Antalya is on the Turquoise Riviera with clear waters and beautiful Mediterranean coastline, the region is great for divers, swimmers and yachting.

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Understand

The province occupies both (west and east) coasts of Gulf of Antalya, a large indentation of Mediterranean Sea, and some places more inland. In general, the terrain is mountainous, with mountains usually ascending from right at the edge of the sea.

Talk

Get in

Get around

by thumb

People in the province are not very friendly towards hitchhikers. But unfriendliness here should not be taken as that you will be shown middle fingers or that they will stop next to you, express some nasty comment, and accelerate as fast as they stopped: They just don’t stop, and behave like you are not even there. Even if you are a very good stop (nearby traffic lights, lots of cars, and a large shoulder to pull over), expect to wait at least two hours for a lift (at least in eastern and northern sections of the province: the highway between Antalya-Alanya and the highway north from Antalya), but maybe that was the general unluck of two males hitching together. Hitching from around Olympos (in the western section of the province) is reported to be better, though.


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Contact

The telephone code for Antalya Province (whole of it) is (+90) 242.

Get out




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