Marvelous Turkey Tour
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- All prices quoted are Per Person on BB/HB basis EURO
- Rates are applicable for Min. 30 Pax – 35 Pax traveling at one time
- Rates are based on Superior or Standard category of rooms depends on the Hotels Classes
- Prices may vary according to the number of people participating in the tour and the requested dates
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Day 1: EDIRNE – ÇANAKKALE / 220 km
Accommodation at hotel in Çanakkale.
Day 2: ÇANAKKALE – KUŞADASI / 450 km
After Breakfast, we were on our way to Troy; The name Troy refers both to a place in legend and to an archeological site in real life. In legend, Troy is a city that was besieged for 10 years and eventually conquered by a Greek army led by King Agamemnon. The reason for this “Trojan War” was, according to Homer’s “Iliad”, the abduction of Helen, a queen of Sparta. The ruins of Troy can be visited daily. The first thing you will see when you visit the site is a replica of the wooden Trojan horse. We continue the tour to Kuşadası, dinner and accommodation at hotel or similar in Kuşadası.
Day 3: KUŞADASI – EFES – PAMUKKALE / 190 km
After Breakfast, we start with a visit to Ephesus ancient Greek city Asia Minor, near the mouth of the river Menderes, in what is today Western Turkey, south of Izmir (now Izmir). One of the largest Ionian cities, it has become the leading seaport of the region. His wealth was proverbial. The Greek city was close to an ancient center of worship of a native goddess of nature, which was assimilated with the Greek Artemis and around 550 BC. a large temple was built. Croesus, who captured the city, contributed to this. The common Christian belief is that Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, came to Ephesus with the Holy Loan after the Crucifixion of Christ and the two lived the rest of their lives near the city. St. John or the Apostle Loan was the writer of the fourth Gospel and the book of Revelation. The Gospels agree that he is the son of Zebedee; together with his brother Jacob, they began to follow Jesus while fishing in the lake of Galilee. It is believed that the evangelist St. John spent his last years in the region around Ephesus and was buried on the southern slope of the hill Ayosolug. Three hundred years after the death of St. John, a small chapel was built over the tomb in the 4th century. Accommodation at hotel in Pamukkale.
Day 4: PAMUKKALE – MARMARİS / 200 km
After Breakfast, we visit Pamukkale; which means “cotton castle” in Turkish. The site gets its name from the many white cascading pools with shiny turquoise water surfaces. From a distance, the white limestone walls look like a huge castle of fluffy cotton. These limestone walls were formed by the calcium-rich water in the springs. Finally, the calcium carbonate in the water slowly settles like a soft jelly and eventually hardens into limestone. Hot springs are not Pamukkale only attraction. Above the cascading pools, you will find the remains of an ancient city. The city of Hierapolis was a Greco-Roman and Byzantine city above the castle. At the end of the twentieth century, people began to build hotels above the ruins. As a result, this severely damaged the city. Hotels were removed after Hierapolis became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Dinner and accommodation at hotel in Marmaris.
Day 5: MARMARİS – RHODES ISLAND / OPTIONAL
After breakfast optional day trip to Rhodes Island, the capital of the Dodecanese, an ideal island not only for those who want to relax, but also for those looking for an action-packed vacation! With its bright green hills, rich green valleys and uninterrupted line of golden beaches, Rhodes is truly a blessed place. Rhodes was known worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, which was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The colossus of Rhodes was a bronze statue of Helios, which once stood in port. It was completed in 280 BC. BC and then destroyed by an earthquake in 224 BC. Today there is no trace of the statue. In 1988, the old town was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dinner and accommodation at hotel in Marmaris.
Day 6: MARMARIS – ANTALYA / 300 km
Breakfast, departure to Antalya, break to the Dalyan Delta, visit the ancient ruins, mud baths and sea turtle breeding areas are just some of the magical features of Dalyan. Beach sports, cycling and river tours will satisfy your inner adventurer. Don’t miss the ornate Lycian tombs, carved into the rocks along the Dalyan Çayı River around 400 BC. We continue the tour to Antalya. Accommodation at hotel in Antalya.
Day 7: ANTALYA – KONYA / 300 km
After breakfast, we start with a visit to the ancient city of Aspendos; it was first founded by Greek settlers, who came to the Pamphylia region after the Trojan War. There is also the possibility that the city was founded by the sons of Heth. Aspendos was one of the first cities to issue its own silver coin. Together with their neighbor Perge, Aspendos was left under Persian rule between the 6th and 5th centuries B.C., then became a member of the Attic-Delos Maritime confederation after liberation by the Athenians. Later, in the 5th century B.C., the Persians captured the city again and remained here until the arrival of Alexander the Great in 333 B.C. After Alexander’s death, the city was controlled by the Seleucids, and then by the Kingdom of Pergamum until 133 BC, when the Romans took over Pergamum. We continue our way to Konya, dinner and accommodation at hotel in Konya.
Day 8: KONYA – CAPADOCIA / 220 km
After a short breakfast tour in Konya, whose name is identified with Mevlana, one of the most famous thinkers of the Turkish and Islamic world, has a rich historical past. It is estimated that the first settlements in the region appeared in the years 9000 BC. Konya, the capital of Seljuk State, was also an accommodation center and an important shopping center located on the Silk Road trade route. It was a city where hundreds of monuments of Islamic civilization were created, where famous Islamic scholars were educated and settled. The city where Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi also lived, (Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi) one of the most important poets, scholars, theologians and Sufis of the 13th century. We continue the tour to Cappadocia, accommodation at hotel in Cappadocia.
Day 9: CAPPADOCIA
In the morning 04.00- 07.00 optional Hot air balloon flight. Breakfast, tour of Cappadocia, visits: Göreme, Ürgüp, Üçhisar, Avanos, Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Ihlara and other nearby regions are the unique tourist centers of Cappadocia. The foundations of the unique curious landscapes of Cappadocia where history intertwines with natural beauty were laid thousands of years ago by volcanic lava produced by volcanic eruptions from the time when the mountains of Anatolia were active volcanoes. Lava formed a layer of bush of varying hardness and density in the region. Rains, floods, winds have contributed to the transformation of this layer of bush into natural wonders called “Fairy Chimneys”. Optional Turkish Night, includes traditional dinner, program, drinks with or without local alcohol. Accommodation at hotel in Cappadocia.
Day 10: CAPADOCIA – ANKARA / 290 km
Breakfast, departure to Ankara, known as Angora until 1930 and in the classical period Ancyra, is the capital of Turkey and the second largest city in the country after Istanbul. Located in the center of Anatolia, it is an important hub both figuratively, for trade and literally, being the center of Turkish roads and railways. It has several universities, the National Library, the Archaeological Museum, the Ethnographic Museum and the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. The Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Mausoleum, the most important personality of 20th century Turkey, is also located in Ankara. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Ankara.
Day 11: ANKARA – ISTANBUL / 450 km
Breakfast continues to Istanbul, accommodation at hotel in Istanbul.
Day 12: ISTANBUL
After breakfast tour of the old town of Sultanahmet, visit; Topkapi Palace, former residence of the Ottoman sultans, now a museum; next to Hagia Sophia, the palace is the most visited place in Turkey; houses unique exhibits: the sword of the Psalmist David, the staff of Moses, part of the head and right hand of St. John the Baptist, the turban of Joseph and that of Abraham, the sword of St. Stephen the Great; St. Sophia Cathedral (Church of the Holy Wisdom) former Cathedral of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, then a mosque, today a museum; the first church was built in 325 by Constantine the Great, the last Christian ceremony being held on May 29, 1453; Cistern Basilica, the Blue Mosque (the only mosque in the world with 6 minarets) the largest mosque in Istanbul, being a symbol of Turkey; the mosque is known as the Blue Mosque due to its 21,000 tiles; the place of the former Hippodrome, where it is now: the Fountain of Wilhelm II, the Egyptian Obelisk, the Serpentine Column erected on the place of the forum of Constantine, the Column of Constantine Porphyrogenitus. We continue the optional Bosporus cruise where you can see various sights, palaces on the European or Asian shore. Optional Turkish Night evening on a boat includes transfer hotel boat hotel, dinner on a boat, local drinks with or without alcohol, program. Accommodation in the same hotel in Istanbul.
Day 13: ISTANBUL
Breakfast, departure to your country