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Hertz in Turkey

As the ultimate in culture fusion, Turkey offers tourists exciting diversity. The country's unique location in the region of west Asia, with a small section in southeastern Europe, lies testiment to its multiple cultural influences.

Explore Turkey's contrasting cities and discover the mixture of architectural history and ellaborate nightlife. Hire a car in Turkey and explore one of the country's most visited city's, Istanbul. Here you'll find centuries-old architecture and vibrant markets buried deep in the corners of the city. The Sultanahmet District is the old part of Istanbul, and with many of the city's attractions nearby you put yourself in the centre of the action.

Turkey's resort towns offer tourists a retreat from the city centre hustle and bustle. One of Turkey's hotspots is its picturesque port town, Marmaris. Set within a beautiful backdrop of mountains, the unspoiled peninsulas of Bozburun are a great place to start exploring.

If you're considering hiring a car in Turkey; from Marmaris take a three hour drive to nearby Bodrum. Visiting this ancient city allows you to uncover true Turkey. The Museum of Underwater Archaeology is dedicated to ancient artifacts and relics retreived from local shipwrecks. St Peter's Castle is well worth a visit, the castle was built in the 15th century and has since become Bodrum's hallmark.

Before visiting Turkey, it's advisable to do a little research on the rules of the road. It's customary to drive on the right and overtake on the left. Motorways in Turkey are similar to dual carriageways in the UK as they only have two lanes - you'll notice that they are filled with vans and lorries as they don't tend to go on rural roads. Turkey's rural roads are usually filled with potholes so take extra care if you're venturing into the countryside. Turkish drivers can be very unpredictable so drive with caution.