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Turkey middle & west anatolia tour 8 Days  / Code : TS1 - 8D
Istanbul – Cappadocia – Ephesus – Pamukkale 8 Days by Plain

 
DAY 1 - TURKEY - ISTANBUL
Arrival in Istanbul and meeting with guide at the airport, transfer to the hotel, check- in. Leisure afternoon. If you arrive to Istanbul befor 15:00 pm possibility of arranging Bosphorus Cruise. It can be arranged even last minute on arrival in Istanbul. Overnight in Istanbul.
 
DAY 2 - ISTANBUL
After breakfast, meet your guide in the hotel lobby to start the first tour in Istanbul.
Visit: Egyptian Bazaar, Beylerbeyi Palace, Camlica Hill, Bosphorus cruise by boat, Asian and Aeuropa continent sight seeng.
We start the tour of the day in the Egyptian Bazaar: Also known as the Spice Bazaar or the Egyptian name is Misir Carsisi. It specializes in typical products such as spices, sweets and nuts. Spices is a multicolored market when it comes from Egypt. We continue to enjoy a boat trip from Eminonu to Eyup, which forms the famous Golden Horn. The cruise will continue to the Bosphorus. Maiden Tower, Dolmabahçe Palace, Çirağan Palace, Ortaköy, La Mansion When visiting the magnificent monuments and neighbor hoods on the shores of Europe and Asia as the Conquest Ahmet Pasha, tour guide will inform you all information during tour.  Ortaköy Mosque, Kuleli Military School, Arnavutkoy, Bebek and much more more than. Rumeli Fortress (Rumeli Hisarı ).
We arrive at the elegant Beylerbeyi Palace, located next to the bridge and the Bosphorus Riviera. During the city's visits, it was the residence of the royal summer residence and lodging for foreign statesmen. A short journey takes us to the summit of Camlica Hill or to the beloved hill. It is the highest peak of Istanbul offering panoramic views of Istanbul, the Marmara Sea and the Princes' Islands. After the visit there was a long suspension bridge over the Bosphorus from the Bosphorus to the European side of the city. Having a unique opportunity to travel from one continent (Asia) to another continent (Europe) in just two minutes. Overnight  in Istanbul.  B.L.
 
DAY 3 - ISTANBUL - CAPPADOCIA
After breakfast, meet your guide in the hotel  and to start the main tour.
Visit: Topkapi Palace - Saint Sophia – Hipodrom - Blu Mosque - Cistern - Grand Covered Bazaar.
Topkapi Palace : The former official residence of the Ottoman sultans ruled the great empire for more than 420 years. The visit to the halls of the Treasury, where you can admire the true jewelry of some of the most valuable objects of the Turkish heritage, was also called the "spoon apple" of Napoleon, Letizia Ramolino, which included 88 carat diamonds, which were made of gold and buried emerald and his mother were also made with the world and switchblade Topkapi gold. Hippodrome, the center of Byzantine civil life. They had something more than the Byzantine emperors liked this rectangular area where the afternoon obelisks and some of them standing adorned with statues. Blue Mosque : Sultanahmed Mosque is the name in Turkish. It was built and built by Sultan Ahmed I in 1609-1616 and opened in 1617 by Mustafa I. It is the most important mosque in Istanbul. The name is attached to more than 20,000 tiles from the city of Iznik (Nicea), the blue color adorning the dome of the mosque and the dome. The lighting comes from chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and more than 200 stained glass windows. Only its beauty and height make it unique, but for its six minarets. Only Mecca had six minarets that caused too much debate. To appease the loyal, then a seventh minaret was built to make a difference in Mecca. In addition to the mosque, there is a nursing home of the complex, the tomb of a madrasa and its founder Ahmed I.
Hagia Sophia : Its name is Ayasofya in Turkish. Located at the highest point of Istanbul and the largest Byzantine Christian Empire church in time, today turned into a mosque. It is the symbol of Istanbul. One of the masterpieces of Byzantine art. He was sent to serve from Justiniano between 532 and 537. Pope Church between 1204 and 1261. In 1453, the Ottoman Empire took and built four minarets and converted into a mosque. The jewel of the Muslim world has become the great mosque of the sultans. In 1935, Atatürk became a museum. In 1985, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Finalizing your guide is the Turkish of your name that will guide you to the Grand Bazaar. One of the world's largest and oldest markets. making it one of the best places in town to shop for handicrafts, jewelry, carpets, leather and clothing more than 3600 stores 45,000 square meters.
The end of  tour transfer to the airport to fly to Cappadocia in the afternoon .
Arrival Nevsehir or Kayseri Airport  and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia.  B.L.D.


DAY 4 - CAPPADOCIA
Optional Balloon Tour per person :  250 USD 
After breakfast, start the Cappadocia tour.
Visit: Göreme open air museum, Esentepe, Avanos, Devrent valley, Paşabağı valley .
The Goreme Open Air Museum is a must-visit for any traveler in Cappadocia. A large monastery complex with dozens of monasteries, each of which has its own church, each with its own navies and various rooms. The best examples of Byzantine art of Cappadocia. The churches carved into the rock are carved in paintings and frescoes from the tenth to the thirteenth century, whose colors still retain their original freshness. For the panoramic view of Goreme, the first stop will be Esentepe. Time to take pictures. Paşabağı Valley (Priests' valley) is located on a vineyard on Zelve road. Some mushroom-shaped rock formations are several meters high. Fairy chimneys shaped by erosion for many years were used as houses by various religious groups, so it is known as the Monks Valley. Devrent Valley: Famous for its rock formations giving a reddish moon landscape view. Most of their formations have animal figures such as a large camel, seals, dolphins. There is a boulder that resembles the Virgin Mary who holds the baby Jesus. Fly your imagination to make it look like other figures. So it is known as the Imagination Force. On the banks of the Red River in Avanos, Red River, Turkey's longest river, and that does not just separate the only city in other regions of Cappadocia, because it also is a source of supply for the preparation of clay, clay is red. Clay has been the city's support for centuries. Then visit a typical craft carpet workshop to learn the traditional Turkish art and its origin from the silk route. Over night in Cappadocia.  B.L.D.
 
DAY 5 - CAPPADOCIA
After breakfast, I will meet your guide in the hotel lobby to start the tours.
Visit: Rose Valley, Cavusin, Kahmakli, uchisar,
Rose Valley : A wide valley and a few small valleys between the village of Goreme and Cavusin are divided into : Güllüdere, Kızılçukur, Mezkendir and valleys Zindanonu. These days, the temperature, the season: owes the name of pink rock to the densities of rocks that vary according to different shades and weather conditions. There are several levels of difficulty in this for sightseeing and hikes: easy, medium and difficult. The Valley is Mesken, with a length of 4400 m. The valley to the entrance is covered with cedar. trekking trail large vegetation opens fairy chimneys, cave houses, passages, underground tunnels and the Church of the Meskent, the exquisite underground church of ancient Christian civilization.
Çavuşin : A very abandoned troglodyte village offering an amazing landscape. The houses were excavated on the edge of a hill with richly decorated facades enriched with time. We can see the whole of the city from the San Juan Bautista Church, which was built in the fifth century during the Byzantine period. Kaymaklı Underground City was opened to public in 1964 and is the castle of Kaymaklı. This is the largest of the 36 underground cities in Cappadocia. Only 4 of the 8 factories are open to the public. Its ancient inhabitants have built their tunnels around their homes.
Pigeon Valley : (Güvercinlik) You can see different rock formations and where pigeons put their nests into their fairy chimneys. Uchisar is the highest point of Cappadocia. Then visit a factory of onyx and turquoise clothing.
Transfer to the airport to fly to Izmir at the  end of the tour.
Arrival, Izmir airport pick-up and transfer to  Kusadasi  overnight in Kusadasi.  B.L.D.
 
DAY 6 -  KUSADASI - EPHESUS
After breakfast, departure  to Ephesus  distence 20 Km and start the Ephesus tour .
Visit:  Ephesus Ancient city  - Hause of Virgin Maria – Temple of Artemsision – St. John Church – Isabey Mosque.
Ephesus : The best preserved classical city of the Mediterranean and the second largest city of the Roman Empire. It is through the entrance of the Magnesia gate to continue between the ruins of the ancient Roman capital. This way you will pass through the Odeon, the Celso library, the Temple of Hadrian, the Trajan Fountain and the Grand Theater. Ephesus theater, which has a capacity of 24,000 people, is where St. Paul believes he speaks to Ephesians. Today it is used for consers.
House of the Virgin Mary :  Locates on hill  of the Bulbul mountain hidden among the green gardens. Legend has it that Virgin Mary came to Ephesus and she lived at the end of her life,  accompanied by St. John. In 1967, Pope Paul visited the place where the church was founded and the last place where the Virgin Mary lived, where he confirmed the authenticity of the legend recognizing this small house. Years later, Pope II. John Paul declared the house of the Virgin Mary as a refuge and a place of pilgrimage for Christians. It is also visited by Muslims who know Mary as the mother of one of her prophets. Every year, on 15 August, an event is held to commemorate Mary's Assumption.
Temple of Artemis  : Known as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. In a flat area of ??Ephesus, centuries later it became a bog. Today you can only see the remains of the foundations of this wonderful hellenistic structure. After being destroyed and rebuilt in the second century, the Temple of Artemis was again demolished by earthquakes and was finally dismissed from the Goths. The most beautiful remains of this temple are on display at the British Museum in London.
St. John Church :  Beleived to be an  evangelist St. John had spent last years of his life in the around Ephesus and buried in the southern slope of  Selcuk’s Ayosolug Hill. After St John's death, a small chapel was built on the tomb. During the reign of the Byzantine emperor Justinianus (527-565 AD), he was converted into a magnificent basilica.  St John  ( the Apostle John ) was the author of the Fourth Gospel and Revelation.
End of tour arrivel and overnight in Kusadasi  (B.L.D.


DAY 7 - PAMUKKALE ( Hierapolis )
After breakfast, drive to Pamukkale from Kusadasi. Distance 188 Km.
We are visiting the ancient city of Laodicea before the trip to Pamukkale.
Visit this church where one of the Holy Seven Church is here. Excavations still continue in Laodicea and an ancient city as beautiful as Ephesus is emerging. Ancient theaters, marble paths and row columns on both sides of this road, recently uncovered basilica ruins, antique stone water pipes, temple, agora, monumental fountain. We're having lunch in a local restaurant after Laodicea.
After the meal, you discover the travertine terraces and the Hierapolis by passing the Roman Gate, the ancient Pamukkale theater, the path between the heroic tombs. The really important thing about this region is the huge necropolis and the remains of many of the patients who came to heal in their thermal waters were buried here and were not successful. Each tomb tells a story and is a small work of art.
The travertine terraces in Pamukkale fly with carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide since thermal waters flowing for millions of years have passed through air. When they fly, white calcium accumulates on the travertines and hardens over time and travertines have occurred. Pamukkale is a magnificent natural wonder that takes the color of the light in the sky with the thermal waters flowing in the shell-shaped basins of white terraces.
Passengers who wish to swim in the thousands of years old Ancient Cleopatra thermal pool.  (entance to the pool is not included).
End of tour overnight in hotel at Pamukkale Transfer to Denizli airport and take the Turkish Airlines flight to Istanbul Ataturk airport. Arrival and transfer to Hotel. Overnight Istanbul. B.L
Transfer to Denizli or Izmir airport. Flight to Istanbul arrival and transfer to the hotel. Over night in Istanbul. B.L.

DAY 8 - ISTANBUL – BACK to HOME
Free time in Istanbul  depend of the flight time. Pick-up from hotel 3 hours before flight departure.
Transfer to Airport to connect to your international flight and leave Turkey.
 
Prices Included:
* Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Pamukkale.
* All transfers Hotel - Airport or others.
* Domestic Flights Istanbul-Cappadocia, Cappadocia-Izmir, Izmir or Denizli-Istanbul .
* Licensed Guide by the Ministry of Tourism
* Transportation in luxury vehicle with A / C (non-smokers) and experience driver.
* Seven (7) nights stay at selected hotel
* Entrance fees museums and all ancient sites to be visited
* Breakfast
* Lunch during tours.
* All tours detailed above
* Compulsory insurance
 
Prices Excluded
* Balloon flight
* Cleopatra Pool in Pamukkale
* Beverages
* Personal expenses
* Tips for the manual and driver






 
   


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