1. The problem with the choice of meat
In Turkish hotels, guests are most often fed with chicken or turkey, soy is often added to meat products (rolls, sausages, sausages), and inexpensive and high-calorie side dishes are put in the most prominent place on the buffet – french fries and pasta. But with vegetables and fruits in Turkey, things are better than in Egypt: they are grown locally, and not imported from other 2 countries.
2. The problem with alcohol
Another problem with Turkish all-inclusive is alcoholic drinks: the country has high excise taxes on imported alcohol, and to save money, hotels offer tourists not very high-quality local brands. Even in establishments on ultra all inclusive, bartenders add Turkish-made alcohol to cocktails, and in restaurants, instead of French or Italian wine, they may well bring budget products from local winemakers.
What else to read on the topic
- What do vacationers in Antalya complain about: the main disadvantages of the resort
- Why is the Egyptian buffet worse than Turkish – even in expensive hotels
- Vacation in Turkey is a so-so idea: 10 good reasons not to travel
3. Link to hotel
In addition, the all-inclusive system ties the tourist to the hotel, leaving no chance to get acquainted with the national cuisine and the country in general: meals are prepaid, and most vacationers do not want to spend money again on food in cafes and restaurants outside the hotel complex or skip breakfasts and lunches for excursions. .jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>