Got a question about travel to Turkey? Have atip to offer other travelers? Want to describe your trip to Turkey?
Turkey Travel Planner Forums are the place!
Most online forums are moderated by amateur enthusiasts, which is fine, but TTP Forums are better: they’re moderated by a professionalwith nearly four decades’ experience of travel in Turkey.
If I don’t know the answer to your question, I’ll do my best to find it for you.(Note that if you want extensive trip-planning advice, the most cost-effective way is a private consultation by phone or email.)
By asking and answering questions in the public forums, we’ll help other travelers plan their trips: they can scan the forums, get answers, and really get a sense about travel in Turkey.
You can scan and read the messages on the Forums right away: click here! To post a question or reply, you’ll need to register, which takes less than a minute:
1. At the top of the Forum page, click on “Register.” You will be asked to agree to the Registration Agreement Terms, which are quite straightforward: no “abusive, obscene, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, threatening, sexually-oriented” material, etc., and you take responsibility for the messages you post.
2. Choose a Username and Password, and fill them in on the Registration Form which pops up after you’ve agreed to the Registration Agreement Terms. Your Username may be your real name or a pseudonym, as you wish. You must also enter your correct email address, and you may enter personal profile info if you wish.
(The Forum program, phpBB2, puts a “cookie” on your computer so you don’t have to re-register everytime you login, and to store your Forum poreferences, but that’s all it’s used for. TTP doesn’t collect any data from you, doesn’t keep it, doesn’t sell it, and doesn’t send [or help anyone else send] unsolicited email [“spam”].)
3. Choose your Preferences. The defaults are fine for most people, so you really need not change anything.
4. Post messages! I appreciate your participation and will do my best to help make it useful and informative for you. —Tom Brosnahan
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