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Anyone from Antalya

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Turkey.

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Anyone from Antalya

Post Posted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 1:29 am

Hey guys

I am new in this Forum Smile . I moved to Turkey seven years ago.
I am married and my son is 12.

Rally looking foward to meet a lot of nice people and lots of informations Surprised

 

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Re: Anyone from Antalya

Post Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:43 pm

Hi there! Smile
Welcome to the Forum.
There is some useful information here, just a have search around.
We would be very pleased if you share any interesting hints or hacks too! Smile
I visited Antalya in 2015, it is a lovely place but I found it quite built up.
I live in Izmir , which is getting very crowded and built up! There are many shopping centres here! Smile
You must be busy with your 12 year old! Has he started a new school? We have two sons but they are older! Smile
Good luck and hope to see you here sometimes.
Cheers!


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Re: Anyone from Antalya

Post Posted: Sun Oct 16, 2016 10:19 pm

I think that apart from the old part of town and the marina, Antalya is a terrible place. Nothing but masses of high rise apartments, many of which have been built above the official height regulation, with nothing being done about it. Many shopping malls, have been built, which due to the total lack of tourists this year have resulted in countless shops closing down, with many apartments now for sale at far lower prices than a few years ago. On the good side, many roads have been improved with transport facilities much improved. I lived for many years on the outside of Kemer, where thankfully high-rise apartments are not allowed to be built. As such it is a far better place than those full of high-rise buildings.

 

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