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#Turkey Classics Tour

Turkey Classics Tour

7 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel
Turkey Classic Tour is a 7-days small group, English guided tour starts from Istanbul. Wander around the battlefields of Gallipoli, see some impressive Roman ruins, the beautiful Aegean Coast, Pamukkale, and the jewel in Turkeys crown - Cappadocia with its amazing underground cities and surreal landscape. Discovering Anitkabir, the mausoleum of the famed Mustafa Kemal Ataturk at Ankara before heading back to Istanbul.
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Seven Churches of Revelation with Istanbul, Alexandria Troas and Assos

8 Days
4 Star Hotel
Discover seven churches in revelation refer to seven literal churches described in Revelation chapters 2 and 3. These churches are all located in the Western part of modern Turkey; Ephesus, Smyrna (Izmir), Laodicea, Sardis, Pergamum, Philadelphia, and Thyatira. At the time these were the seven cities with major Christian congregations in Anatolia. The archeological remains of all seven locations still exist today. This is an 8 Days Package combined with Istanbul. Walk on the 1st century roman road where Paul actually walked on his missionary journey. Discover the meanings of the letters in revelation by observing the actual places. Find out Ancient Christian Traditions of early congregations from your Bible Oriented Guide. Visit the treasures of Istanbul and learn history about Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans. Bible Oriented guide, 4* hotel accommodation, Luxury transportation, Skip-The-Line tickets, lunch at tours provided.
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#Grand Tour of Turkey

Grand Tour of Turkey

14 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel
As the meeting point of Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, Turkey contains a striking diversity of experiences. Join us and discover the heritage and culture of this nation through its main cities: Istanbul, with its magical palaces, mosques and bazaars, incredible Cappadocia, with a fairytale landscape like no other in the world, Antalya and its Lycian Coast until Fethiye you will discover the ancient Simena, swim in miraculous waters of famous cotton pools and the waterfall of Pamukkale's; and Ephesus, one of the best-preserved ancient cities of the Mediterranean basin and finally heading to Gallipoli.
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#Turkey Private Tour

15 Day Turkey Private Tour

15 Days
4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel
Among our Turkey private tour packages, this is an extended and detailed Turkey tour option – Istanbul, Cappadocia, and the highlights of the Aegean and the Mediterranean region. The Best of Anatolia with expert tour guides in Turkey. A 15 day Turkey tour is a perfect program for our guests who love history and enjoy visiting ancient cities. Turkey is a paradise for history buffs.
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#Best of Turkey

Best of Turkey

10 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel
This Classical Turkey tour takes you to the most important highlights of Turkey. Start your journey in beautiful, cosmopolitan Istanbul, the city that combines history, man-made wonders, and welcoming culture. Then continue your journey to Cappadocia (flight), most famous for unique geological features called fairy chimneys. Your next step will be Ephesus (flight) drawing worldwide attention since the Roma time with its theatre, library, and temples. Discover the ancient city of Troy and learn the real story behind the legend. lastly, visit Gallipoli and Anzac Cove, the battleground of the former British Empire army against the Ottomans’ in the First World War before returning to Istanbul.
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Things To Do in Canakkale

Troy (Truva)
Put Troy on top of your must-visit list while in Canakkale. It was discovered by a novice German archaeologist in 1871. Meander around this legendry site and travel through time where the myth of Hector, Paris, Achilles and the Trojan horse once lived.


Troy Museum
The Troy Museum is located near the Troy archaeological site entrance showcasing 5000 years of history and 2000 artifacts dug up during the site excavation. Explore the enormous history and mythology and go on a stroll over different ages of Troy. The Troy Museum houses coinage, ceramics, and marble statuary.


Cimenlik Castle
Fatih Sultan Mehmet II built Cimenlik Castle in 1462 to protect Dardanelles’ strait before different armies passing through this popular route. You’ll find two mosques in the castle’s inner courtyard style, including Fatih Camii and Abdulaziz Camii, named after the Ottoman sultans. The castle, also called Kale-i Sultaniye, is now situated in the area of the Military Museum. A word of caution: taking photographs is prohibited.


Military Museum
Çanakkale’s Military Museum was built celebrating the 67th anniversary of the Ottoman fleet victory in 1915. You’ll find scattered ancient military equipment and exhibits of the Gallipoli campaign inside the Ottoman building. The museum offers an opportunity to view the war from the Turkish point of view and panoramic views over the water.


Trojan Horse
The most famous tourist destination in the Canakkale is Troy’s ruins, experiencing ten-year fighting with the Greeks. The typical symbol of that war, the Trojan horse, is located 35 km north in an area by the shore.


Kilitbahir Fortress
Kilitbahir, a fishing harbor, is the home to the impressive Kilitbahir Fortress constructed by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1452. The firm interior tower was added to the structure by Süleyman the Magnificent. Climb up to the stunning defensive wall, which overlooks across the Dardanelles back to Çanakkale.


Northern Gallipoli Battlefields
Traveling to the Gallipoli Peninsula is mostly considered a religious journey in honor of the war’s savagery. Northern Gallipoli Battlefields was occupied in World War I by Allied forces attacking the Ottoman Empire. The savage campaign took nine months, and finally, the Turks were victorious, with over half a million casualties and 130,000 dead. You can see the sobering memorials spread on the pine-covered hills.


Southern Gallipoli Battlefields
The southern Gallipoli Peninsula hosts cemeteries and monuments of Turkish, French, and British cemeteries of soldiers murdered during the Gallipoli war. You can find dioramas and photos of the battles in the Gallery of the Gallipoli Campaign. The mammoth Abide Monument was built at Morto Bay in honor of Gallipolis’ dropped Turkish soldiers.


Gökçeada Island
Admire the white-sand beaches, ramble the lush green slopes, and meander around ancient Greek villages in the tranquil atmosphere of Gökçeada Island.

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