For some people there is only one country worthy of consideration for their annual summer holiday – and that’s Turkey. If you are among them you may already have experienced the joys this country has to offer.
The best way to make the most of a holiday in Turkey is to book a package holiday where everything is arranged for you. Simply choose the best deal and book to visit the best attractions such as Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace and the Temple of Artemis.
Staying safe while on holiday
Everyone wants to be safe whenever they go on holiday, whether they stay in the UK or go abroad. In the case of a foreign holiday to Turkey you are more likely to book it as a package tour. This makes life easier but it also means you trust your entire holiday to one holiday company.
It is fair to say that if things go wrong it can ruin your entire holiday. Imagine if you got up in your hotel one morning and slipped as you walked through the reception area, because it had just been cleaned and polished.
The floor may look nice but it could be dangerous to walk on – especially if there are no signs indicating that it is slippery. This is just one example of what could happen on a package holiday – and some people are unfortunate enough to be injured in a similar manner on just such a holiday every year.
Find out how to make a claim with Accident Advice Helpline
If this has happened to you on a Turkish package holiday, don’t worry. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline now to find out whether you are in a position to make a compensation claim.
If the holiday company is found to be responsible for the accident you suffered you can put in a no win, no fee claim with the help of our lawyers. They are experienced in dealing with personal injury claims and they can guide you through the process with ease.
Don’t assume you won’t have a case to bring – take our online test now (it takes just 30 seconds to complete) and find out whether you could have a compensation claim to make after all. It doesn’t make up for injury or illness but it does bring the whole episode to a close in the best possible way.
Date Published: May 2, 2014
Author: David Brown