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Turquoise Tour - Istanbul, Cappadocia

6 Nights/7 Days (November 2023 to March 2024)

Embark on a captivating journey through the heart of Turkey with our Istanbul and Cappadocia tour and immerse yourself in the rich history and natural wonders of this enchanting country.

Istanbul: Discover the dynamic city of Istanbul, where vibrant culture meets fascinating historical sites. Wander through the bustling streets, explore iconic landmarks such as the Hagia Sophia, Grand Bazar, Topkapi Palace, Dolmabahce Palace, Blue Mosque, and savor the diverse flavors of Turkish cuisine.

Cappadocia: Venture into the otherworldly landscapes of Cappadocia, renowned for its unique rock formations and ancient cave dwellings. Marvel at the surreal landscapes, take a hot air balloon ride for panoramic views, and explore the underground cities that tell tales of a bygone era.

This Istanbul and Cappadocia tour promises a perfect blend of cultural exploration and natural beauty, creating memories that will last a lifetime. Join us on this unforgettable journey as we unveil the treasures of Turkey.



Istanbul & Antalya Tour

6 Nights/7 Days (November 2023 to March 2024)

Explore the beauty of Istanbul and Antalya with our captivating tours, offering an immersive experience in these enchanting Turkish cities.

Istanbul is a city with a rich history, blending modernity with ancient charm. It's known for iconic landmarks like the Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, and the historic Topkapi Palace.

Antalya is a city located on the southwest coast of Turkey, situated along the Mediterranean Sea. It is the largest city on Turkey's Mediterranean coastline and is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, historical significance, and vibrant tourism industry.

Historical Sites: Antalya has a rich history, and visitors can explore various historical sites and ruins. Hadrian's Gate, a beautifully preserved Roman triumphal arch, and the ancient city of Perge are among the notable historical attractions.

  • Old Town (Kaleiçi): The historic quarter of Antalya, known as Kaleiçi, is a charming area with narrow streets, Ottoman-era architecture, and historic landmarks. It's a popular destination for strolling, shopping, and dining.

  • Beaches: Antalya is famous for its picturesque beaches with crystal-clear waters. Konyaaltı and Lara Beach are two well-known sandy stretches that attract both locals and tourists.

  • Antalya Museum: The Antalya Museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts from the region's history, including items from the ancient cities of Perge and Termessos.

  • Aspendos: Located near Antalya, Aspendos is known for its well-preserved ancient theater, one of the best-preserved examples of Roman theater architecture.

  • Natural Wonders: The region around Antalya is endowed with natural beauty, including the stunning landscapes of the Taurus Mountains and the Düden Waterfalls.

  • Tourism and Resorts: Antalya is a major tourist destination, offering a wide range of resorts, hotels, and recreational activities. The city attracts visitors from around the world seeking a blend of cultural experiences and seaside relaxation.

  • Climate: Antalya has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild cold winters. This climate contributes to its appeal as a year-round tourist destination.



Istanbul / Ephesus / Pamukkale Tour

Istanbul/Ephesus/Pamukkale (6 nights/7 days January to December 2024)

Istanbul, Ephesus, and Pamukkale are three popular destinations in Turkey, each offering unique historical and natural attractions. Tours that cover all three destinations are quite common and offer travelers the opportunity to experience the rich culture, history, and natural beauty of Turkey. Here's a brief overview of what you can expect from each destination:

Istanbul: As Turkey's largest city, Istanbul is a vibrant metropolis that straddles two continents, Europe and Asia, separated by the Bosphorus Strait. It is famous for its rich history, stunning architecture, and diverse cultural heritage. Key attractions include the Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, and the Bosphorus Cruise.

Ephesus: Located on the western coast of Turkey, Ephesus is an ancient Greek city that was once a thriving center of trade and culture. Today, it is home to well-preserved ruins, including the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the Library of Celsus. The highlight of any visit to Ephesus is the ancient city itself, with its grand amphitheater, marble streets, and intricate mosaics.

Pamukkale: Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural wonder renowned for its terraces of travertine, a mineral-rich thermal spring water cascading down the hillside. The terraces, formed over thousands of years, create a surreal landscape of white pools and terraces, perfect for bathing and relaxing. Nearby, the ancient city of Hierapolis offers further exploration with its well-preserved ruins, including a Roman theater and necropolis.



Erdtgurul & Osman Ghazi Tour

Istanbul, Bursa, Sogut (4 nights/5 days) November 2023 to March 2024.

An Istanbul, Bursa, and Sogut tour would be a fascinating journey through the historical and cultural sites of Turkey. This tour would take you through significant locations associated with the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, as well as the early history of the Ottoman dynasty.

Ertugrul Ghazi Mausoleum-Sogut:

  • Ertugrul Bey: He was the father of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire. Ertugrul is a key figure in Turkish history and is often depicted in popular culture, including the Turkish historical television series "Diriliş Ertuğrul."

  • Söğüt is a small town in Turkey that holds historical significance as the birthplace of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire.

  • Historical Significance: Söğüt is often referred to as the "Cradle of the Ottoman Empire" because it was the hometown of Ertuğrul Ghazi, the leader whose descendants would establish one of the most powerful empires in history.

  • Ertuğrul Gazi's Tomb: In Söğüt, you can find the tomb of Ertuğrul Gazi, which is a historical site that attracts visitors interested in Ottoman history. The tomb is considered a symbol of the town's connection to the founding period of the Ottoman Empire.

Osman Ghazi—Bursa

An Istanbul, Bursa, and Sogut tour would be a fascinating journey through the historical and cultural sites of Turkey. This tour would take you through significant locations associated with the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, as well as the early history of the Ottoman dynasty.

Ertugrul Ghazi Mausoleum-Sogut:

  • Osman I (Osman Gazi): He was the founder and the first Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, ruling from 1299 to 1326. Osman is considered a significant figure in the establishment of the Ottoman state.

  • Bursa is a major city in northwestern Turkey, known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and contributions to the early years of the Ottoman Empire. Bursa was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire. It served as the capital from 1326, when it was conquered by Orhan Gazi (son of Osman Gazi, the founder of the Ottoman Empire), until 1365 when the capital was moved to Adrianople (modern-day Edirne).

  • Mausoleum of Osman Ghazi and Orhan Ghazi: The mausoleum is a historical structure that houses the tombs of both Osman I, the founder and first Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and his son Osman Ghazi.

  • Grand Mosque (Ulu Camii): A stunning example of Ottoman architecture, the Grand Mosque is one of Bursa's most iconic landmarks. It was built in the early 15th century and is known for its large central dome and intricate decorations.

  • Green Tomb (Yesil Turbe): This mausoleum is the final resting place of Sultan Mehmed I, the fifth Ottoman Sultan. It is renowned for its green tiles and is considered a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture.

  • Thermal Springs: Bursa is known for its thermal springs and baths. The city has been a popular destination for thermal tourism, offering relaxation and therapeutic experiences in its thermal spas.

  • Mount Uludağ: Bursa is located at the foothills of Mount Uludağ, a popular destination for winter sports such as skiing. In the summer, the mountain attracts hikers and nature enthusiasts.

Overall, Bursa offers a blend of historical charm, cultural richness, and natural beauty, making it a compelling destination for tourists interested in exploring Turkey's diverse offerings.



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