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TURKEY WESTERN TOUR   7 Nights 8 Days     

Canakkale – Troya - Assos – Pergamon – İzmir – Sardis – Philedelphia – Laodicea – Bodrum – Didyma
- Miletos – Priene – Kusadasi – Ephesus – Bursa -  Istanbul

 

DAY 1 : Canakkale - Troya
Arrivel to Canakkale  from West Europa country by your bus and overnight in Canakkale B.
 
DAY 2 : Troya  - Assos – Pergamon – İzmir Overnight in Izmir B.
After breakfast  we see the wood legendery troya horse in city center. 30 km after  e visit the  Legend Troy and the Trojan War  was true location of ancient Troy. visiting the tangible remnants of ancient Troy the legendary archaeological site, portrayed in Homer's Iliad.
Continiu to Assos is one of the important settlements of Antiquity that was founded in the Bronze Age (M: Ö.3000-1200). the Athena Temple offers a magnificent view with its mystical atmosphere.
Among the ruins in Assos are the Temple of Athena in the Acropolis, the Byzantine city walls the ancient road well preserved from the archaic age to the present, and the tombs on either side of the acropolis, the city walls, the Gymnasium, the Agora, the Stoa, the Bouleuterion, the theater and the church.
Arrival to Pergamon we take lunch in a lochal restaurant.  Start to visit the city of the kings of Pergamon. Pergamon  was a notable cultural and medical center in the ancient world. The fabulous Acropolis with its Temple of Athena, Altar of Zeus, Temple of Dionysos, Library, Agora, Theatre and Roman Baths is a pleasure to see. Visit the Asclepium, great medical center, devoted to Asclepius, the son of Apollo. Finally visit Red Basilica, originally built as a temple devoted to the Egyptian Gods and later converted into a basilica by the Byzantine. Red Basilica is one of the holy 7 churches. Arrivel and overnight in Izmir. B.L.

DAY 3 : Izmir – Smyrna – Sardis – Philedelphia – Laodicea -  Pamukkale
After breakfast we are doing a short sight seeing in Izmir. we are watching the beautiful city from Kadifekale city walls.  Alsancak, güzelyali, After 90 km we arrive at Salihli.
Sardis (Sart) was the capital of the Kingdom of Lydia in the 6th century BC. It is one of the most beautiful historical cities that have remained intact. The church of Sardis, one of the holy churches, is here. Sardis is currently Sart. This was the capital of the ancient Lydian kingdom of the 6th century BC, which was portrayed as a dying church. We visit the Great Temple of Artemis, the Synagogue and the Cybele Temple, which became a Byzantine Church. We also see Susa in Sardis, the last few meters of the royal road, the Great Cyrus and the ”gold“ river, built by Pactolos.
Philedelphia ; After having lunch at a local restaurant, another biblical church of the Seven Churches, now called Alasehir, is 40 km away. We see the ruins of a Byzantine basilica made of bricks, decorated with some high arch and 11th century frescoes. Continue on our way to the ancient city of Ladociea after 90 km
Laodicea; 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.  Arrive and  overnight to hotel in Pamukkale. B.L.D

DAY 4 : Hieropolis – Bodrum
After breakfast in thermal hotel  you discover the travertine terraces and the Hierapolis by walk the Roman Gate, the ancient Pamukkale theater, the path between the heroic stone 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.  (entrance to the pool is extra price ). Take a lunch in a lochal restaurand and Departure to Bodrum  ( 254 Km )arrivel and overnight in Bodrum

DAY 5 : Mausoleum of Halicarnassus – Bodrum Castel –  Didyma -  Miletos – Priene

Bodrum ;   World renowned Bodrum is one of Turkey's most popular holiday destinations. It has an important place in the world tourism with its entertainment life and excellent hotels International Yacht harbor where luxury yachts are accommodated. After our ancient Bodrum tour, you can stroll through the luxury yachts at the marina. You can drink your coffee in a stylish café, or shop in stylish stores.
The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. Visit St. Peter's Castle, the Myndos Gate, the Roman Amphitheater,
Begin our Bodrum tour at the ancient Bodrum Crusader Castle, the castle now houses Turkey's Museum of Underwater Archeology, which holds treasures that have been excavated from Turkish waters. you’ll see many relics of Bodrum's ancient past during  Bodrum tour.
The Museum of Underwater Archaeology is home to the world's oldest known shipwrecks. See the Glass Wrecks, late Bronze Age shipwrecks and the amphoras, which were used for transporting and storing olive oil and wine.
Next visit the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. The mausoleum was built in 355 B.C. by Artemisia, the sister and wife of King Mausolos.
The historical windmills are quite interest standing near the Bodrum harbor. The windmills were in use from the 18th century until the 1970s.
There are 2 surviving gate to entrance to ancient Halicarnassus.  the Myndos Gate, built by King Mausolus in the 4th century. This is the only surviving gate of the 2 original entrances to ancient Halicarnassus.
visit the Ancient Theater of Halicarnassus, which builded to the 4th century B.C. Enjoy to see to Bodrum's wonderful view while to seat on the steps of the theater. Get a Lunch in a lochal restaurant  in bodrum and continiu to Didyma  ( 110 Km )

Didyma ; One hour later  our tour continiu at Didyma.
Nowadays, Didyma is a tourism center with golden sand beach. The Temple of Artemis has remained as a religious center since it was founded, it has never been a settlement where the people lived. Didyma is Originally an ancient Greek sanctuary. Didyma is referring to Apollo and Artemis and was connected to Miletus by a sacred road. The sacred road was 20 km and marble covering.  The original Didyma temple was destroyed and looted  by Persian King Darius 1 of Persia in 494 BC. Afterwards the Milesians build  again a new Hellenistic temple in 313 BC. Modern experts believe, Apollon temple is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Apollon temple is enormous and impressive structure is the third largest temple of the of thr Hellenistic period. Continiu Miletos ( 20 Km ) and we starting to visit ancient city.
Miletos :  The world's largest maritime war in 434 BC was between the Persians and the Milesians in the vicinity of the island of Lade near the city of Miletus. 370 Navy ships participated in the war and the Persian Navy won the war and the Persians burned and plundered the city.
Our tour then moves onto the ruins of Miletos, Here you can explore the ancient theater, built around the 4th century BC, 15,000  capacity. You will visit Miletos Museum , Serapis Temple and  the well-preserved Bath of Faustina - named after the wife of Marcus Aurelius - who ordered its construction. 
There is a 20 Km sacred road between the Temple of Serapis in Miletus and the Temple of Apollo in Didim. The people of Miletos would go to the temple of Apollo in the sacred way during antiquity period. Today a small part of the sacred road is unearthed.
Priene was an ancient port city. But now it is located on the slopes of Mykale Mountain and 16 km from the sea. Priene is the world's first planned city with clean water canals and waterways beneath its marble-covered streets with sequential houses on either side of the planned avenue and side streets. This 2,500-year-old Ionian city was among the first to be planned with a grid system of streets. You see the Temple of Athena, the roman baths, the well preserved Hellenistic Theatre, the gymnasium and the Temples of Asclepius, Isis, Serapis and Anubis.
The view of the vast plain and the mountains in the shadow of the Priene Athena Polias Temple columns overlooking the Söke plain and the Meander river is an incredible joy.
 There are many works of art and architecture belonging to the ancient Greek period. Alexander the Great lived in this city for a while. The ancient theater in Priene is one of the most beautiful examples of the ancient Greek period. Athena Polias Temple was built by Alexander the Great as a gift to the city. At the end of the  tour moves to Kusadasi.  ( 35 Km ).  Arrival and over night in Kusadasi. B.L.D.
 
DAY 6 : Ephesus – House of Virgin Maria – Temple of Artemision St.John Basilica
After breakfast departure to Ephesus ( 20 Km ) . Our tsour begins in the ancient city Ephesus.
Ephesus : The best preserved classical city of the Mediterranean and the second largest city of the Roman Empire. Thousands of years before the emperors, kings, queens and gladiators, marching marble columns and statues on both sides of the marble streets adorned with a magnificent tour of Ephesus. You'll feel like you're living in history.
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 Celsus 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. Ephesus theater is the best acoustical  open air theater in the World. Lunch break in a lochal restaurant.
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 ChurchBeleived 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.
Isabey Mosque ; Isa Bey Mosque is located in the district of Selcuk in Izmir, between the Temple of Artemis and the Church of Saint Jean. It was built by Aydınoğlu İsa Bey in 1375. Architect Şamlı Ali's work. İsa Bey Mosque is one of the oldest and most famous works of Turkish architectural history in the Anatolian Principal period.

What makes the area so special is that the temples of three different religions are side by side. The first is the temple of the goddess Artemis Temple before the dawn of the Prophet Jesus (Gamanism), the second is the Saint John Church, one of the symbolic churches of Christianity, and the third isabey mosque, the place of worship of Muslims. These three places of worship give the region a mystical atmosphere. Arrivel and overnight at Kusadasi. B.L.D.
 
DAY 7 : Bursa – Istanbul
Early breakfast (480 km) from Kuşadası to Istanbul after breakfast. Lunch break in a restaurant on the road.  Short visiting to Bursa city Green Tomb, Koza han  silk bazaar. Arrival to Istanbul and overnight in Istanbul B.
 
DAY 8 : St. Sophia – Topkapi Palace – Blue Mosque – Hipodrom –Cistern Basilia – Grand Bazaar.
After breakfast, meet your guide in the hotel  and to start the main tour.
The tour begins in  Saint Sophia and falows  Topkapi Palace - Hipodrom - Blu Mosque – Cistern Basilica - 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 return back to your country wity your bus.


PRICES
Per Person    :  EURO
Single Room  :  EURO
Prices İncluded
5 Nights Bed & Breakfast hotel accomodation,
3 Nights Half Board Hotel accomodation in Kusadasi- Pamukkale
Hotels :
2 Nights Istanbul Hotels 4*
1 Night Izmir Hotels 4*  BB
1 Night Pamukkale Hotels 5*HB
1 NightsBodrum Hotels 4* BB
2 Nights Kusadasi Hotels 4*
1 Nights Canakkale Hotels 3* BB



 
 
   


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PRICES
Per Person       :    EURO
Single Room     :    EURO

Prices İncluded
5 Nights Bed & Breakfast hotel accomodation,
3 Nights Half Board Hotel accomodation in Kusadasi- Pamukkale
Hotels :
2 Nights Istanbul Hotels 4*
1 Night Izmir Hotels 4*  BB
1 Night Pamukkale Hotels 5*HB
1 NightsBodrum Hotels 4* BB
2 Nights Kusadasi Hotels 4*
1 Nights Canakkale Hotels 3* BB



 
 
   


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