CURRENCY, POST OFFICE , PHONE IN DATCA
No matter how great deal it sound on the board of yor local post office the Currency rate would never be better then the Currency rate in Turkey.
Of Course you can shop with your own currency , english sterling or euro. Simply ask your bank to provide you with clean, undamaged small bank notes.Please bare in mind that scottish bank notes are not recognized.
Do not exchange GBP to Euros then exchange from euros to turkish lira as you will be losing out on two lots of exchange.
Probably the best place to exchange your currency is the exchange offices, just make sure they will not charge you any commision by mistake
Banks do also provide currency service, however they usually cant compete with the highstreet exchange offices and not worth the que.
Travel Cheuqes are welcome at Banks, Post office and exchange offices as well as in most hotels. There is usually a high exchange surcharges.
There is a Central Post Office within the Town of Datca where you can send and receive money to/from abroad, by telephone cards, obviously posting parcels as well as letters.
Take your contract phone with you and switch it off whilest on holiday as the roaming charges can be very high however can be great use in case of an emercency.
Taking your Pay as you go phone with you will help you to stay in touch with friends and family on your holiday. Make sure you top it up plenty before you leave as top up vouchers purchased in Turkey will not work on your mobile phone.
Alternatifly you can use phone boxes if you wish to make a call or perhaps you can consider visiting internet cafe in the Town or using the internet facilities of your Hotel if they have any, which the majority do have nowadays.
Oh Yeah , most places do have free WI-FI service.
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