İstanbul & Kapadokya & Konya Kuşadası Tour
500 'dan başlayan fiyatlarla.
10 Nis 2021, Cts - 16 Nis 2021, Cum
Genel Bilgi
  • Accommodations in Istanbul (3 nights), Cappadocia (2 nights), Kusadasi (1 nights),
  • 1x Full Day sightseeing tour in Istanbul, including entrance fees and Arabic or English speaking guide,
  • 2x Full Day sightseeing tour in Cappadocia, including entrance fees and Arabic or English speaking guide,
  • 1x Full Day sightseeing tour in Ephesus, including entrance fees and Arabic or English speaking guide,
  • 1x Half Day sightseeing tour in Konya, including entrance fees guide,
  • Meal plan as indicated in the itinerary: Breakfast (B), Dinner (D),
  • Airport – Hotel – Airport transfers in the package.

Day 1: Istanbul

You will be met by your guide at the Istanbul International Airport (IST) and transferred to your hotel. After checking into your hotel, you will have some time to relax.

Free leisure day afterwards. Overnight in Istanbul.

Day 2: Istanbul

After breakfast, your guide will meet you at the hotel lobby for your full-day tour of Old City Istanbul. Following a short drive across the Galata Bridge, we will drop off at the heart of the old city, walk the historic streets of Istanbul.

First, we will visit the Hippodrome; the central square that was once used as a horse racing arena during the Roman and Byzantine times, still adorned with the ancient monuments such as the Snake Column from Delphi, an ancient Egyptian obelisk taken from the Temple of Karnak at Luxor, and the “German Fountain”  commissioned as a gift by Wilhelm II of Germany.

Next, we will visit Hagia Sophia, one of the greatest marvels of Byzantine architecture built by Justinian, the once biggest dome in the world, with its grand pillars from Ephesus. Afterwards, the tour will continue with the Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii), famous with its blue Iznik porcelain tiles and unique with 6 minarets.

The day will continue with a visit to the Topkapi Palace, a huge walled complex hugging the Bosporus, the former palace of the Ottoman Sultans that is now a museum with an extraordinary collection of Chinese porcelain, art, artifacts and jewels including the Topkapi Diamond, and relics from the Prophet Mohammed.

Following lunch (Not Included), we will head towards the Grand Bazaar, the largest and the oldest covered market place in the world with more than 4,000 shops in the labyrinth of streets. Enjoy the colorful array of shops that offer an endless selection of goods that includes jewelry, fabrics, spices and local handicrafts. After all the visits, you will be transferred to your Hotel. Overnight in Istanbul. (Breakfast)

Day 3: Istanbul – Cappadocia

Early in the morning, after check out at the hotel we will transfer you to Istanbul Airport to catch your flight to Kayseri. Upon arrival you will be met at the airport by your guide and you will start your tour of Cappadocia, including Uchisar Castle, Goreme Open Air Museum, Cavusin Old Greek Village, Pasabagi (Monk’s Valley). After a short lunch break (Not Included), we will continue our tour by going to a pottery art gallery and carpet factory, unique to Cappadocia. These will be followed by Devrent Valley and Urgup Fairy Chimneys.

After the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia. (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 4: Cappadocia

After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel at 09:30 for your tour of South Cappadocia. The day will start with the Goreme Panorama for a breathtaking view of Cappadocia, followed by the Derinkuyu Underground City. Afterwards, we will go to Ihlara Valley for a 3 km hike. Following lunch (Not Included), we will visit the Selime Cave Monastery and Pigeon Valley. The day will end with the onyx demonstration.

After the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia. (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 5: Cappadocia – Kusadasi

After breakfast and check out at thehotel we depart for Kusadasi by coach. En route, we will visit the Seljuk and Ottoman city of Konya, known for its great architecture, ancient Sufi traditions and genuine Anatolian feel.

We will first visit the Mausoleum of Mevlana who was a Sufi philosopher. This was also the dervish lodge of the Mevlevi order, better known as the Whirling Dervishes. We will also enjoy lunch (Not Included) at Konya with its famous “etli ekmek” (bread with meat; a variant of the famed lahmacun).

We will then depart Konya en route to Kusadasi. After we arrive, you will be transferred to your hotel in Kusadasi. Overnight in Kusadasi. (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 6: Kusadasi – Istanbul

In the morning after the breakfast and check out at your hotel you will start your Full Day Ephesus Tour. One of the world’s finest examples of an ancient classical city, Ephesus was once the most important and prominent city in Asia Minor, predating even Constantinople. It housed the Temple of Artemis (Diana), the site of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World; House of Virgin Mary, probably where She spent the latter years of Her life.

After the tour, you will be transferred to the Izmir Airport for your flight back to Istanbul, where you will be picked up from the airport and transfered to your hotel in Istanbul. Overnight in Istanbul. (Breakfast)

Day 7: Istanbul

We will pick you up from your hotel in the morning after your breakfast at the hotel. You will then be transferred to the Istanbul Ataturk Airport for your homebound flight. (Breakfast)

Bu turun rezervasyon yapılacabilecek bir tarihi bulunmamatadır.
  • International and domestic flights,
  • Any tours labelled as “optional” or otherwise not mentioned in the program,
  • No Lunch included the tour,
  • Drinks during the meals, use of minibars and other hotel extras,
  • Any meals that have not already been mentioned in the program.

Hippodrome (At Meydani) the backdrop of chariot races and the center of Byzantine civic life. Of the ornaments which once decorated it, only three remain: The Obelisk of Theodosius, the bronze Serpentine Column, and the Column of Constantine.

The Obelisk is in the Egyptian style and was erected in 1547 BC and stood 60m tall. The German Fountain is also within the hippodrome area, constructed in Germany to mark German Emperor Wilhelm II’s second visit to Istanbul; it was imported and officially opened on January 1 1901. The fountain’s three domes are decorated with gold mosaics.

Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya) is a truly awe inspiring, 1,400 years old Byzantine cathedral which houses mosaics, relics and iron work. Hagia Sophia was, for nearly a thousand years, the largest enclosed space in the world, and is still seen as one of the world’s most important architectural monuments. It is one of Turkey’s most popular attractions, drawn by the sheer spectacle of its size, architecture, mosaics and art. It was built during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian in the 6th century AD.

Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque – Camii) built during the reign of Sultan Ahmet I during 1609-1616. It is the only mosque in Turkey with six minarets. Due to its magnificent hand-dyed blue, green and white Iznik tiles it has been named the “Blue Mosque” by Europeans. The central dome is 43 m in height and is 33.4 m in diameter; it also boasts 260 windows.

Topkapi Palace (Topkapı Sarayı) was the imperial residence and administrative heart of the massive Ottoman Empire, beginning with Fatih Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, in 1453, until 1856. It was converted to a museum in 1924. Parts of the palace such as the Harem, Baghdad Pavilion, Revan Pavilion, Sofa Pavilion, and the Audience Chamber distinguish themselves with their architectural assets. The museum also has collections from the Imperial Treasury, as well as Chinese porcelain, weapons, calligraphy, etc. The Treasury also houses the Topkapi Dagger, the 86-carat “Spoon Maker’s Diamond”, and the jewel-encrusted bones of St. John the Baptist.

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