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Add a predominantly Muslim population to the mix, and you’re all set to experience a variety of cultural differences.

So, to make most of your stay — and to prevent being rude or a fool — familiarize yourself with these common Turkish customs and etiquette rules that apply in Istanbul.

You would believe the news you see on TV, but the life of the rich and famous seems more intriguing-- you would rather watch trashy paparazzi shows.

It would be unthinkable for you not to support one of the major Turkish teams.

By the way, you fail to understand why someone would use a bizarre word like "soccer." You are unaware that you have more official and not-so-official vacations than any country in Europe.

From all sorts of mezes to the almighty kebab to stellar desserts, you'll never go hungry again.

Whether you're headed to one of Turkey's beautiful cities, the arresting countryside, or the incredible beaches, you'll have your own personal tour guide and a supremely romantic trip with your someone special.

They place a huge emphasis on cultural and economic exchange with countries around the world, and Istanbul is considered the western world's gateway to the east.

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