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Day 1, Sat: Istanbul
Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. 

Suleymaniye Mosque 001

Day 2, Sun: Istanbul
Enjoy a full day tour including a visit to Topkapi Palace Museum, residence of the Ottoman Sultans between 1453–1852 (Excluding Harem). Visit the Hippodrome, which was once the center of life where chariot racing and other public events took place. Tour the Blue Mosque built between 1609 and 1616, famous for its blue ceramic tiles. Your last stop, St. Sophia, a church built in the 6th century Byzantine capital, converted to a mosque by the Ottomans, and now a museum and one of the world’s greatest architectural wonders. Join an optional dinner with belly dancing entertainment (B). 

Day 3, Mon: Istanbul - Ankara
Optional: Morning tour of Bosphorus cruise enjoying the strait that separates Asia and Europe. Its shores are lined with fine neighborhoods, Ottoman palaces, fortresses, old wooden villas, hotels, parks and gardens, restaurants and cafés. The tour will be ended in Asia side and drive for the capital city of Ankara for overnight. (B, D).  

Kuleli 001

Day 4, Tue: Ankara - Cappadocia
Visit the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, a historic caravanserai holding artifacts from up to 7500 years old including the most extensive and valuable collection of Hittite artifacts in the world. Visit the Mausoleum of Ataturk, the father of modern Turkey. Drive to Cappadocia, touring a 13th century caravanserai en route. Pay a visit to the Underground City of Saratli, one of the many underground settlements built for protection and religious reasons. Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant or at the hotel (B, D).
Optional: Whirling Dervishes performance at night  

Cappadocia 004

Day 5, Wed: Cappadocia
Optional: Early morning hot air balloon flight to experience of floating through volcanic valleys, fairy chimneys and caves at the sunrise.
After breakfast visit Goreme, a historical region of Turkey, located among the rock formations, which was first settled back in the Roman period. Many rock churches can still be seen today, as Christianity was then the prevailing religion in that region. Continue to the town of Avanos renowned for its high quality earthenware. Also visit Pasabagi, Red Valley and attend a brief regional pottery workshop in a cave (B, D). 

Cappadocia 009

Day 6, Thu: Cappadocia - Pamukkale
Today’s ride will be relatively long and tiring due to the long distance between Cappadocia and Pamukkale and lack of convenient lodging location. Overnight Pamukkale (B, D). 

Hierapolis Pool 002

Day 7, Fri: Pamukkale - Kusadasi
Visit the unique Cotton Fortress of Pamukkale, with its white lime cascades formed my mineral springs, and the ruins of the Roman health spa of Hierapolis. Proceed to Kusadasi for dinner and overnight (B, D).  

Day 8, Sat: Ephesus - St. Mary’s House - Kusadasi
Tour the famous ruins of Ephesus and St. Mary’s Cottage (B, D).
Afternoon Optional: Tour of Sirince  

Ephesus Theatre 001

Day 9, Sun: Kusadasi
Transfer to the pier in Kusadasi (B). 


 Our Rates Include: 

* Deluxe and superior class hotels with private facilities
* Meals where indicated
(B: Breakfast L: Lunch D: Dinner)
* English speaking licensed guides throughout the tour
* Private air-conditioned vehicle the size of which depends on the number of the participants
* Admission fees as per designated itinerary
* Local taxes and service charges
* Arrival and departure transfers – only – on the arrival and departure days 

Our Rates Exclude: 

* Personal expenses
* Optional tours
* Customary tips to the guides and drivers 


Hotels Assigned on This Tour:

We keep the right to replace the hotels with similar or upgrdaded ones when necessary 

ISTANBUL (Renaissance Bosphorus)
ANKARA
(Swissotel)
CAPPADOCIA (Crowne Plaza Nevsehir)
PAMUKKALE (Colossae Hotel)
KUSADASI (Charisma Hotel 


Guaranteed Travel Dates for 2020 & Prices:

Our rates in American Dollar are inclusive of accommodation, guidance in English, transportation, admission fees and value added tax. Accommodation (city) taxes at the hotels are exclusive and need to be paid by our guests directly to the hotel at the spot 

Jan 10, 24 | Feb 07, 21 | Mar 06, 13, 20
Per person in a double room: $1.095 | Single supplement: $425 

Mar 28 | Apr 04, 11, 18, 25 | May 02, 09, 16, 23, 30 | Jun 06, 13, 20, 27 | Jul 04, 11, 18, 25 | Aug 01, 08, 15, 22, 29 | Sep 05, 12, 19, 26 | Oct 03, 10, 17, 24, 31
Per person in a double room: $1.245 | Single supplement: $500 

Nov 07, 14, 21, 28 | Dec 05, 12, 19, 26
Per person in a double room: $1.095 | Single supplement: $400

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