Alev says Scott, a Turkish British writer, she heard gunfire in Istanbul’s Taksim Square and aircraft flying at low altitude.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and “strongly” advised Britons to stay in their homes,
said travelers should check with their airline or tour operator.
Stranded a group of school children Birmingham at Istanbul airport.
The estimated ABTA members have 50,000 people are currently on holiday in Turkey.
More than 2.5 million Britons visit Turkey annually.
Scott said: “I was watching things from my balcony,
watching the military vehicles on the Bosphorus Bridge and then the sound bombs began.
“It was actually pretty scary until I got to my apartment just to get away from the windows,
which were all blown open.”
He described the British tourists in Marmaris also gunfire was heard in the streets and burst.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a road between Marmaris and Marmaris are still closed.
She described the “shooting session the exchange up and down the street in Marmaris” and “small explosion”.
, On holiday in Marmaris,
Mike Baddeley also said he woke up “a very big explosion, followed by,
it seemed like one or two of the helicopters flying over our heads … with machine gun fire.”
Tim Trout on holiday in Marmaris, said: “There is no military presence in the hotel, and we had 20 or so soldiers in the hotel reception this morning with weapons.”
Said Daniel Worley, 22, from Kingsthorpe in Northampton heard the helicopter and shot in Marmaris, where he was on holiday.
“It’s all over now, but it was terrifying,” he said.
“We just locked ourselves in the room.
Earlier, we were sat on the porch and hear the protesters.”
Among those affected are the 41 students and seven members of the staff of Arthur Terry School in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, who were stranded at Istanbul airport,
where he was due to get a connecting flight to South Africa.
The school said in a statement that its students are safe
and are being accompanied by staff and a member of the British Embassy.
The coup attempt, which now seems to be more, began on Friday evening when loaded tanks locations on the two bridges on the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul, blocking traffic.
, Have been arrested Turkish officials said,
in an attempt to take control of the country by a faction of the armed forces and is now over 2,839 soldiers, including senior officers.
The Biennale Prime Minister Yildirim Turkey has 161 people were killed and 1,440 were wounded in the clashes in the night and described him as “a black stain of shame on Turkish democracy.”
Kaz said Ahmed, 40,
a restaurant owner in north London, leaving his three children stranded at the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul after attempting to flee the fighting in the city.
“I’m worried because my family are from 10:00 until now they are still at the airport – my three children – they are safe.”
He said the tower Incekara (37 years),
a shopkeeper in the green lanes in Haringey: “My sons go to Turkey two days ago – they said they were safe for the time being.”
But she said the F-16 jet had flown too close to their home.
“-, It’s not good and there was a bomb,
armed attacks of the soldiers to the police.”
“I was scared, of course, because near the whereabouts there is a place with the soldiers, and they are afraid – everyone is afraid.”
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