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You can have free post cards at the yellow PTT Office (Post Office) at the beginning of the street Güllük Caddesi. When you are at the see side, it is almost in front of the Selekler Çarşısı shopping center, where the big letters "<3 Antalya" make the corner. They are not the most beautiful, but they are beautifully free. Then a stamp to EU costs 2,50₺ (about 0,90€)
 
You can have free post cards at the yellow PTT Office (Post Office) at the beginning of the street Güllük Caddesi. When you are at the see side, it is almost in front of the Selekler Çarşısı shopping center, where the big letters "<3 Antalya" make the corner. They are not the most beautiful, but they are beautifully free. Then a stamp to EU costs 2,50₺ (about 0,90€)
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* [[Lycian Way]]

Revision as of 21:08, 16 December 2014

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Transport

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Companies

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Accommodation

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Food

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Internet connectivity

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Busking

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Travel destinations

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You can have free post cards at the yellow PTT Office (Post Office) at the beginning of the street Güllük Caddesi. When you are at the see side, it is almost in front of the Selekler Çarşısı shopping center, where the big letters "<3 Antalya" make the corner. They are not the most beautiful, but they are beautifully free. Then a stamp to EU costs 2,50₺ (about 0,90€)

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