Medieval Masterpiece

14 Nights & 15 Days

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Turkey is positioned in the middle east is a region of south-western Asia and is situated in both the northern & eastern hemispheres. Turkey is bordered by the countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Iran, Iraq and Syria

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Turkish lira


April – October


Istanbul Ataturk Airport | Antalya Airport | Konya Airport | Canakkale Airport | Izmir Airport

Time Zone

GMT + 3:00

Dial Code


Tour Type

Honeymoon Tour | Family Tour | Leisure Tour | Adventure Tour

Package Itinerary

Day 01Arrival Istanbul

Arrive Ataturk International Airport, Istanbul and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure or one can explore city on own. Over Night stay at Istanbul.

Day 02Istanbul City Tour

After B/F, visit to Topkapi Palace (Harem section is extra), Blue Mosque, Roman Hippodrome. Afternoon, visits to St. Sophia Museum, Cemberlitas (Burnt Column). Evening is free at leisure. One can spend time on shopping at Grand Bazaar. Please note that Hagia Sophia closed on Mondays, Topkapi Palace closed on Tuesdays and Grand Covered Bazaar closed on Sundays. Over Night stay at Istanbul.

Day 03Istanbul to Izmir – Kusadasi

After B/F, board domestic flight to Izmir. Transfer from airport and check in to your hotel in Kusadasi. Enjoy beautiful natural scenic of this lovely village. Rest of the day is at leisure. Over Night stay in Kusadasi.

Day 04Ephesus Tour

After B/F, a visit to Ephesus – once the commercial centre of the ancient world – is a highlight of any visit to Turkey. The city, whose wealth and patronage supported its splendid architectural program, was dedicated to the goddess Artemis. Her enormous temple, once considered one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World and rebuilt several times, dates in its latest form from the 3RD Century B. C. The tour of the ruins also includes a theatre, gymnasium, agora and baths, as well as the Library of Celsus. Over Night stay in Kusadasi.

Day 05Kusadasi & Day Trip to Turkish Village Sirince

After B/F, depart for the traditional Turkish Village tour. Sirince's construction style today belongs to Anatolian Greeks. The houses on the slopes of the settlement exist today in their original state with their white painted walls. Enjoy the breathtaking views at entrance of the village and experience the lively village streets. Sirince is popular for its unique building style, houses, streets and authentic apple wine made by the villagers. In 1922 the Anatolian Greeks immigrated back to Greece and the Turks settled here in place. There are ancient remains of 42 Churches and Monasteries in and around the village. Sirince is also known as Ephesus in the mountains. Sirince is one of the few Government Protected Areas (G. R. A) of Izmir, meaning its Original Authentic buildings are well preserved. The two Churches in the village centre are particularly well preserved dating back to Anatolian Greek times. Over Night stay in Kusadasi.

Day 06Kusadasi (Free Day)

After B/F, day is at leisure. Enjoy the sunshine and take in the views and natural magnificent beach & crystal clear sea and explore the city, shop in the local markets, relax on the beach or enjoy one of the many day trips you can choose from. These include horse riding, river rafting or snorkeling, fishing tours and many more. Over Night stay in Kusadasi.

Day 07Kusadai – Pamukkale

After B/F, check out from Kusadasi and depart to Pamukkale. Upon arrival, check-in to your hotel. You will visit Domitian Gate, Colonnaded Gate, and Cathedral, and the Red waters of Karahayit before stopping for lunch. Afterwards, visit the Pamukkale Museum, and The Travertines of Pamukkale. Over Night stay in Pamukkale.

Day 08Pamukkale – Antalya

After B/F, check out from Pamukkale and depart to Antalya. Antalya in ancient times it covered all Pamphylia that means the land of all tribes. Attalia, the ancient name of Antalya, is derived from that of the Pergamon King Attalos II Philadelphus, who founded the city on the Pamphylian seacoast around 150 BC. Know that it was visited by St. Paul by way of Perge in 46 AD; that it was an important trading centre in the 2ND Century AD. and that the Emperor Hadrian's visit in 130 AD. was commemorated with new monuments. Check-in to your hotel. The rest of the day is yours to discover Antalya. Over Night stay at Antalya.

Day 09Antalya Perge Aspendos Tour

After B/F, depart to Antalya (30 minute drive). Perge: According to the geographer Strabon. Perge has been founded by Akhas who came down here after the Trojan wars. Perge was first mentioned in 334 BC when Alexander the Great passed through here. In the following years, Perge went under the control of Pergamon when the Kingdom of Pergamon became a part of the Roman city. Especially in the 1ST and 2ND Centuries BC, Perge became one of the richest towns in Pamphylia. Therefore it is not a surprising that St. Paul started his campaign in Anatolia from Perge in 46 AD. Later depart for Aspendos: The eastern land of Antalya was called Pamphylia in ancient times. In 486 BC, Greeks and Persians had a great battle here (Greeks won, they didn't stay for long). During the reign of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-80 AD) Aspendos got its theatre, which is the best preserved of all. It was built by Romans and maintained by Byzantines and Seljuks. The ruins of the ancient city are extensive and include a stadium, an agora, and a basilica. Over Night stay in Antalya.

Day 10Antalya – Cappadocia

After B/F, depart for Antalya Airport for your domestic flight to Cappadocia. Upon arrival at Kayseri Airport, transfer to Cappadocia which is around 2 – 2.5 hours away. Cappadocia located in Central Anatolia in Turkey is best known for its unique moon-like landscape, underground cities and cave churches. Later, make a shopping tour in which you will be aware of the ancient arts of Turkey like carpet weaving, leather manufacturing and jewellery. After the tour, you have a free evening. Over Night stay in authentic Cave Hotel at Cappadocia. Over Night stay at Cappadocia.

Day 11Cappadocia Tour

Early morning you can opt for a Hot Air Balloon ride. The Hot Air Balloon descends at sunrise and the ride lasts for approximately 45 minutes; in which you will float through valleys, between fairy chimneys and caves. The balloon will rise approximately 1000 feet in which you will experience the extraordinary views Cappadocia has to offer. It is a fantastic journey made by the eccentric landscapes and the rising sun. Post B/F, start tour by visiting Red Valley and Devrent Valley where the geographical formations remind a place of another planet. Then in Pasabagi, take a stroll between the amazing fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. From there, drive to Avanos to have Lunch. Later, leave from Avanos to see the most beautiful examples of Byzantine Art in Goreme Open Air Museum. Drive to Uchisar Castle, the highest point of the region, where you will have a fabulous panoramic view over Cappadocia. Then return to the hotel. Take a tour of Turkish Night Entertainments at a Cave Restaurant like folk, belly dancer show. Over Night stay at Cappadocia.

Day 12Cappadocia Tour

After B/F, head to one of the most interesting sites of Cappadocia: Kaymakli Underground City. The Christians hid from the armies of Rome and the raids of hostile tribes in these self sufficient cities in which there were halls for stocks of crop, barns, rooms, kitchens & ventilation channels. The second part of our Cappadocia Tour will include Uchisar Castle, Avcilar, and Pidgeon Valley. Over Night stay in authentic Cave Hotel in Cappadocia.

Day 13Cappadocia to Istanbul

After B/F, you will have free time for shopping in Cappadocia. Early evening, depart for Kayseri Airport for your domestic flight to Istanbul. Transfer from Ataturk Airport to your hotel. The rest of the evening is yours to explore Istanbul. Over Night stay in Istanbul.

Day 14Istanbul Bosphorus & Two Continents

After B/F, enjoy a magical Istanbul Bosphorus Boat Cruise and Spice Market. Enjoy the array of sites you can see from the boat including Spice Bazaar (egyptian bazaar). Bosphorus by Boat – A traditional excursion by boat along the waterway, separating Europe and Asia. The shore is lined with old wooden villas, palaces of marble, fortresses, and small fishing villages. During the excursion you will pass the magnificent dolmabahce palace, and further along, the parks and imperial pavilions of yildiz palace. On the coastal edge of this park, is ciragan palace, 300 m. of its marble facade faces the shore. At Ortakoy a great variety of artists gather every Sunday to display their work along the street. Ortakoy is a symbol of tolerance with a church, a mosque and a synagogue existing side by side for centuries. Rumeli Fortress built by mehmet the conqueror in 1452 prior to the conquest of Istanbul was completed in only four months to control and protect the infamous bosphorus passage. It is one of the most beautiful works of military architecture anywhere in the world. Beylerbeyi Palas (palace) the summer residence of ottoman sultans exists in its original renovated glory featuring original antique furniture and magnificent gardens with the harem on the Asian side of Istanbul. Bosphorus Bridge enjoys a unique chance to step from one continent (Asia) to another (Europe). Camlica Hill the highest point in Istanbul. At the top of it you can rest and admire the magnificent panorama of Istanbul and the Bosporus from the beautiful gardens, landscaped in traditional Turkish ottoman style. Shopping at bedesten (after cruise). Experience the traditional silk weaving skills of Turkish women at the carpet weaving courses provided by the ministry of national education. You will get the opportunity to see jewellery, handcrafts centre and a modern leatherwear show. Over Night stay in Istanbul.

Day 15Istanbul – Air – Onward Destination Journey

After B/F, check out from the hotel and depart to Ataturk International Airport, Istanbul to board flight departing for onward destination.