Directorate General of Craftsmen and Artisans of Turkey again proposed to abolish the all-inclusive system in hotels, Mynet Haber writes. Representatives of the Directorate General believe that this system “destroys the authenticity of the country”, as tourists spend more and more time in hotels, causing damage to small businesses. In addition, in their opinion, the system does not allow foreign tourists to get acquainted with the real Turkish cuisine and the culture of the country. However, Turkish travel agents believe that if you deprive foreign guests of the possibilities of the “all inclusive” system, they simply reorient themselves to other countries.
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