The seasonal discounts for accommodation - up to 50% - and the good weather provide Turkey to be in the top demand in autumn season. A number of companies note that the demand for October is several times higher than last year. However, the direction is actively booked not only for October, but also for the November holidays.
The executive director of Intourist tour operator Sergey Tolchin says about "increased demand" for tours to Turkey at the end of September - October, stressing that the increase in sales compared with last year is around 40% and the depth of bookings on the direction reaches the middle of November.
According to PEGAS Touristik, high sales of Turkey are observed until around November 10, including November holidays and school holidays. Especially, the year-round facilities in regions such as Belek, Lara and Kundu are in high demand. “We expect high demand for Turkey for both November and New Year’s dates,” the company says.
According to ANEX Tour, the average price for a tour to Turkey in October is about 34,000 Rubles ($ 515) for two persons for 7 nights, which is 22% lower of prices in September.
PEGAS Touristik confirms that in October and November the Turkish hotels offer many actions, discounts on which range from 15 to 35% of the standard price.
How much will cost the beach and sightseeing tours to Turkey for the November holidays? The Russians are ready to travel to Turkey in late autumn - in November, which is provided by low prices.
So, a weekly tour of TUI Russia, with departure from Moscow on November 2 will cost from 32,400 Rubles ($ 491) for two persons.
Marina Makarkova from Coral Travel also says that beach Turkey is traditionally in demand for the November holidays. From November 4, the 7 nights tour to Ipsos Hotel 3* (Kemer) on AI base will cost from 16,412 Rubles ($ 249) per person, to Areas Dream Hotel 4* (Kemer) - from 17,412 Rubles ($ 264) per person, to Maritim Saray Regency 5* (Side) - from 20,254 Rubles ($ 307) per person.