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Thousands of years of civilizations blended Turkey… How to discover most of the old civilizations in one country? Still, The old civilizations pieces living in Turk’s culture and you can feel and live these cultures in Turkey with one trip.
Let’s begin to discover the world’s history…
3 Hours Before Flight Time
One Bedroom for each room (depends on number of guests in one room)
Depends on room type (one bathroom for each room)
Welcome to magical Istanbul, the city where East meets West, at the border of Asia and Europe, we’re met at the airport with our guide and drive to city tour. Pass by Istanbul City Walls, massive walls of Ancient Constantinople Then visit the Blue Mosque which boasts a unique feature of 6 minarets. Then, proceed to the only remains of Hippodrome of Constantinople, which consists of 3 monumental columns and a fountain. Visit Topkapi Palace, it is a museum palace with a wide collection of porcelain, antiques, holy relics and other treasures. Next proceed to Hagia Sophia, the Church of Divine Wisdom, one of the greatest marvels of architecture.
Optional: Dinner Cruise with Belly Dance Show
After breakfast, we drive to Canakkale (320km, 6 hrs). We will visit the Ruins City of Troy you will be greeted by the huge replica of Wooden Trojan Horse the most significant demonstration of the first contact between the civilizations of Anatolia and the Mediterranean world.
Dinner and overnight in Canakkale.
After breakfast inside of the hotel, check out for a drive to Kusadasi via Pergamum. Next, Bergama Town Center and visit the ruins of Asklepion, an architectural masterpiece that is perched on the city’s centre. Along the way, feast your eyes on the beautiful Agean Sea view with lush olive trees and some Greek and Turkish islands.; we will drive to Kusadasi (430 km, 5,5 hrs). Lunch will be served on the way, photo stop at Ottoman Clock Tower. The clock tower was built in Ottoman period of the honour of Ottoman Sultan, Abdulhamit II whom he was the sultan for 33 years in 1901 by grand vizier Mehmet Sait Pascha. The clock on the tower was gifted to the tower by German emperor Willhem II to the Sultan.
Dinner and overnight in Kusadasi.
After breakfast, start your day with upbeat Fashion Showcasing high leather quality products from Turkey. Next explore Ephesus, one of the world’s most outstanding archaeological sites… Visit one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – Artemis Temple. After lunch, we will visit Turkish delight shop with organic fruit teas and handmade delights Continue to Pamukkale (190km, 3 hrs) and visit the ruins the Ancient City of Hierapolis and explore Cotton Castle, a World Heritage site, made of fascinating white terraces and pools created by calcareous hot spring waters flowing down the mountain. Overnight in Pamukkale.
Dinner and overnight at Pamukkale.
After breakfast travel to Konya (401km, 6 hrs). Visit the museum of 13th-century Philosopher Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi, which used to be the cloister for Mevlevi Dervishes. Mevlâna was a philosopher and mystic of Islam, but not a Muslim of the orthodox type. Next, visit 700-year old Ancient Caravanserai (a ‘hotel’ for ancient traders and travellers on silk road). Continue to Cappadocia overnight (235km, 4hrs).
Optional Tour: Turkish Night Show
Dinner and overnight at Cappadocia.
Optional Experiences: Hot Air Balloon / Jeep Safari / Horse Riding / Light Show / Sema Show
Next, be enchanted by the Underground City, once a place of refuge for 15000 Christians. Next, get the rare chance to experience the beauty and work of Turkey’s handmade crafts through a Turkish carpet weaving course. Following this visit to the Pigeon Valley and the fascinating rock churches and chapels at Goreme Open-Air Museum. Photo stops will be made At Uchisar “Castle” village, a fantasyland of strange and wonderful works of man and nature. Then stop to Avanos Pottery Village, set on the banks of the Kizilirmak (Red River). Finally, get a chance to view Turkish semi-precious Turkish Turquoise (the name given by Marco Polo which means the colour of Turks).
Optional Tour: Turkish Night Show
Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.
After breakfast check out and, drives pass picturesque Salt Lake to Ankara – Capital of Turkey (290km, 4hrs.). Our Ankara sightseeing highlights the magnificent Ataturk Mausoleum and Museum, the final resting place of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who was regarded as the father of modern Turkey. Continue for Bolu Overnight (200 km, 3hrs).
Dinner and overnight at our Bolu hotel.
After breakfast, we will departure to Istanbul (270km, 4hrs). We will join the tour with Bosphorus Cruise in a private boat. A traditional boat tour through the waterway separating Asia and Europe. Seeing along the way the old Ottoman wooden mansions, marble palaces, foreign embassies estates and small fishery villages, located at the Asian and European sides. Do not miss important sightseeing spots at the Bosphorus such as Dolmabahçe Palace, Rumeli Fortress and Beylerbeyi. After lunch, we will visit to Spice Market, Egyptian Bazaar built in the 17th century, this is the second largest covered bazaar in Istanbul. On to the Egyptian Spice Bazaar, where the pungent and savoury aroma of exotic oils, herbs and spices have perfumed the arched stone corridors for nearly 350 years. Now also proferring nuts, honey, dried fruits, traditional sweets and herbal remedies, the Spice Bazaar’s redolent wares will transform you into a veritable spice trader. Next free time shopping at Istiklal Street (Taksim Square), in the late 19th century, this major street was known as the Grande Rue de Pera, and it carried the life of the modern city up and down its lively promenade. Transfer to the airport for your flight back home, bringing back wonderful memories and superb souvenirs from your Turkish vacation.
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This actually depends on the purpose of the vacation and the places you want to visit in Turkey. But, Turkey experiences intense tourism mobility mostly between April and December. It doesn’t mean that only these 9 months are the beautiful periods for Turkey vacation. For instance, regions like Istanbul and Cappadocia offer their visitors a different kind of beauty in each month. Keep in mind that in low season, prices are lower as well when compared to the peak seasons.
Turkey is on GMT + 2 (daylight saving = GMT +3 and operates between late October to late March). This means generally that Turkey is 1 hour ahead of European and 2 hours ahead of the UK standard times. Still it is a good idea to check the local time when you arrive in Turkey and adjust your watch accordingly.
Credit cards are accepted in most shops and restaurants in the main Cities or Resorts areas. This may not be the case in smaller villages or remote places so it is generally a good idea to have some amount of cash while you are travelling
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