Magnificent Turkey Trip

from $1760
11 Days
Small Group Tour
Guaranteed departures on Fridays and Saturdays all year round, from Istanbul.

If you are looking for living the best of Turkey, discover the 11 Days magnificent Turkey Trip and see all the top highlights in Turkey. Explore the rich Istanbul, be mesmerized by Cappadocia, take pictures in Pamukkale, relax on the Izmir coast and so much more! Check out everything in detail.

  • Meet & Greet service for tour briefing and orientation by an English-speaking representative.
  • All transfers as mentioned in the program.
  • Accommodation 5 nights based on breakfast in Istanbul.
  • Accommodation 1 night based on dinner and breakfast in Ankara.
  • Accommodation for 2 nights is based on dinner and breakfast in Cappadocia.
  • Accommodation 1 night based on dinner and breakfast in Pamukkale.
  • Accommodation 1 night based on dinner and breakfast in Kusadasi.
  • Tours with official English- speaking guides.
  • All entrance fees are as per the description.
  • Meals as mentioned in the above itinerary.
  • All service charges and taxes.
  • International Airfare.
  • Turkey entry visa.
  • Any optional tours, Tipping, or extra not mentioned in the itinerary.
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Day 1: Arrival in Istanbul

Arrival in Istanbul, assistance with check-in, and transportation to the hotel. Our representative will meet you at the hotel, assist with check-in, and fill you in on all the trip descriptions. overnight sleep in Istanbul.

Day 2. Full-Day Tour of Istanbul

We will pick you up from your hotel or the closest pick-up location after breakfast at the predetermined hour to start your full-day tour of this lovely city. The tour includes a licensed English-speaking guide, admission fees, lunch at a city restaurant, and visits to the most magnificent structures that the Ottoman, Byzantine, and Roman empires left for future generations: Hagia Sophia, Constantinople Racecourse, The Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and the Grand Bazaar, which is home to more than 4000 shops. After your visit, you can stay in the old city a little longer and take in the beautiful atmosphere before heading on your own to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast & lunch

Day 3: Istanbul - Ankara

You'll have a hearty breakfast at your hotel and then have some free time to explore the city. After that, we will pick you up in our air-conditioned bus and drive you past the Intercontinental Bridge to Ankara, the Turkish capital. Ankara serves as the nation's principal commercial hub and significant traffic junction. You will eat dinner and get a nice night's sleep when you arrive.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 04. Ankara - Cappadocia

Following a delicious breakfast, you will see the city and some of its most notable buildings, including the Mausoleum of Ataturk, dedicated to the creator of the Turkish Republic, and the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, which features exhibitions from central Anatolia's Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Hittite, and Phrygian Urartu eras. You will leave for Cappadocia in the afternoon. Cappadocia is a magnificent and intriguing area with lunar landscapes that were carved out over thousands of years by two neighboring volcanoes using a thick and soft coating of lavas. One of Cappadocia's 36 underground cities, which was created by Christian communities as a defense against Muslim Arabs, will be your first stop on the route there. The soft volcanic rock in this location has admirably preserved the stables, storage, and other communal areas. When you get there, you'll check in at your hotel, have dinner, and get some rest.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 5. Full-Day Tour of Cappadocia

The stunning region of Cappadocia will be the exclusive focus of today. Following a hearty breakfast, you'll head to the Göreme Valley, an outdoor museum that features the settlements of prehistoric cave dwellers and underground civilizations. St. Basil the Great and his Christian brothers harmonized the concepts of Christianity here. You will see the historic frescoes that are painted on the walls of the churches, chapels, and monasteries that you visit. Your next stop will be Uçhisar, a troglodyte settlement, and the valley of Avcilar, which features a breathtaking landscape. You will pass through the Devrent valley, also known as Imaginary Valley, where many of the pointed, mushroom-like buildings are claimed to have animal-like features. Finally, you will stop by local artisan studios, such as those that create carpets or sell jewelry made with well-known translucent onyx stones. Once you get back to your hotel, you'll have dinner and spend the night there.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 6. Cappadocia – Pamukkale

After a sumptuous breakfast, you will leave early for Pamukkale, which translates to "cotton castle" in Turkish. You will make a pit break at the Old Palace and Medieval Fort of Caravanserai, which was constructed along the historic trade route to Persia, en route. Merchants from the east and west used to come here in the past to rest, restock on supplies, and mingle. After you arrive, you will have some free time to explore the city and perhaps see the travertine terraces or the white calcium cascades created by the action of the hot thermal springs nearby in Pamukkale. At your hotel, you'll savor dinner and get some rest.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 7: Pamukkale, Ephesus, and Izmir

Breakfast at your accommodation, followed by a visit to the ancient site of Ephesus, a big and majestic Greco-Roman city, a dynamic and rich metropolis, at an agreed-upon hour. You will see the ruins of the Odeon, a modest theater used for plays and concerts with a roof, the Temple of Hadrian, the Library of Celsus, which once housed nearly 12,000 scrolls, the Greco-Roman theater, the Agora, and the Basilica of Saint John, which was constructed in the 6th century under the rule of the emperor Justinian. The residence known as Maryemana, which is thought to be the final resting place of the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus, is a popular tourist destination. After that, you'll make a stop at a factory where leather is made, where you can choose the "silk leather" item of your choice for a significantly lower price. Then you'll travel on to Izmir, eat dinner, and then relax.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 8. Izmir - Pergamon - Troy - Çanakkale

You will leave for Pergamon, also known as Bergama, an ancient city in Asia Minor that served as a major hub for trade, medicine, and culture, at the time your guide specifies after breakfast. In Pergamon, you may see the Altar of Zeus, which is described in the Book of Revelations, the Acropolis, the steepest theater in the world, Asclepius, and more. You will also go to the Library, which has more than 200,000 written records and rivaled Alexandria's library in importance, according to archaeologists. The name of the city, "Bergamini" or "parchment," which was the paper made from processing sheepskins and rivaled papyrus for writing purposes, has survived as a distortion of Pergamon. Following your tour, you will go on to Troy, a fascinating location that is named after Homer's epic poem the Iliad. After exploring this renowned historical and literary archaeological city, you will proceed to Anakkale, which is situated on the southern shore of the Dardanelles at its narrowest point. You will arrive here, check into your hotel, eat supper, and stay the night.

Meals: Breakfast

Meals: Breakfast

Day 9. Çanakkale – Gallipoli – Istanbul

Following a sumptuous breakfast, you will travel to the Dardanelles Strait—previously known as the Hellespont—where you will board a ferry to the Gallipoli Peninsula. You will go to the Gallipoli World War I Battlefields, one of Turkey's most emotionally stirring locations. To secure a sea channel to relieve their eastern ally, Russia, French, British, and colonial soldiers engaged in the Gallipoli campaign at the beginning of 1915. Though the battle also saw one of the biggest Ottoman successes, the Allies retreated after eight months of fighting with significant fatalities. Numerous cemeteries and war memorials, including Brighton Beach, the Beach Cemetery, Anzac Cove, Ariburnu Cemetery, the Anzac Commemorative Site, Respect to Mehmetik Statue honoring Little Mehmet who saved a Kiwi soldier, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, and the Nek, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial, are now located on the historic site. You will arrive in Istanbul after about a five-hour trip, and then you will be taken to your hotel, where you will check in and spend the night.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: Free Day in Istanbul or Bosphorus Cruise Tour

Breakfast. Take a Full-Day Bosphorus Optional Tour or enjoy a free day in Istanbul. Istanbul overnight stay.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 11: Final Departure from Istanbul

Enjoy the morning at your leisure until it's time to transfer to the airport in Istanbul for your homeward-bound international flight. Wishing you a happy return.

Meals: Breakfast

Price Per Person
$ 1760 Per Person in Triple Room
$ 1809 Per Person in Double Room
$ 2660 Per Person in Single Room
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