Bodrum Flights GuideBodrum is home to one of the seven wonders of the world. The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus is a tomb that was built between 353 and 350 BC for Mausolus, governor of the Persian Empire, and his wife. You should also visit the Bodrum Amphitheatre for a glimpse back in time and a great view of the city. Other attractions include the Castle of Saint Peter, the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, the beach, and custom jewelry shops.
Most major cities in Turkey are quite a distance from Bodrum. Istanbul is an hour flight and Izmir is a three-hour drive. However, you can travel between Greece and Turkey easily from the Bodrum port. Ferry rides can last anywhere from 20 minutes to almost two hours, depending on which island you are coming from. Remember to book your fare in advance.
Summers are hot and humid in Bodrum. August is the warmest month and the best time to swim. Winters are mild and wet. Traveling to Bodrum should be avoided in December due to heavy rainfall.It is best to fly to Bodrum between May and September. The weather and water is warm, making Bodrum the perfect coastal getaway. Fly into Milas-Bodrum International Airport, drive the 33 minutes it takes to get to Bodrum, and enjoy the beaches, sea-side restaurants, and museums Bodrum, Turkey has to offer.
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