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I'll be traveling to Turkey with my girlfriend late July to mid August, we're planning on visiting in Istanbul, Cappadocia (Goreme), Antalya, and Ephesus (Selcuk). I'm looking for advice form someone who has visited the country before, is it best to buy airline tickets when we arrive to these various place or should we book them ahead of time? A few questions below...

Is it going to be a lot cheaper one way or the other?
If its cheaper to book once I'm in the country should I worry about the flights being completely booked? I've got hotels booked in the various locations already, I'd hate to cancel them and lose money because of cancelation.

Thanks for any and all advice!

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