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#Fantastic Turkey Tour

Fantastic Turkey Tour

8 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel
This trip is ideal for the traveler who is short on time but wants to experience as much of Turkey’s stunning scenery and fascinating history as possible. Begin the journey at Istanbul with classics such as Topkapı Palace, Hagia Sophia, and Bosphorus, continues to Ankara, the capital of modern Turkey then leap into Cappadocia fairy chimneys and open-air museum Goreme Valley, before strolling along the streets of Ephesus. Don’t miss the remarkable white cliff pools of Pamukkale.
$1,044.00
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#Ephesus Tour

Pamukkale and Ephesus Tour from Istanbul

3 Days
Private
4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel

During this 3 days tour, you will visit Ephesus and Pamukkale. Only 20% of the city has been excavated so far, however, the site is large, well preserved, archeologically interesting, and historically significant. It contains the largest collection of Roman ruins in the Eastern Mediterranean. Some of the highlights of ancient Ephesus are The Library of Celsus, The Odeon, The Temple of Hadrian, The Great Theater. You can also visit Pamukkale and enjoy both history and nature, you can see the remains of Hierapolis - an ancient city and healing center, and enjoy the thermal pools of Pamukkale.

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Western Turkey from/to Istanbul

3 Days
Small Group
4 Star Hotel
This is a customized 3 days package tour from/to Istanbul by plane. Visit UNESCO sites of Turkey such as Ancient Ephesus; An Archeological treasure, The best-preserved classical city in the Eastern Mediterranean hold House of Virgin Mary and The Temple of Artemis. Get a chance to swim in Pamukkale's thermal springs, see Pergamum and Askelepion which is one of the seven churches of revelation. Learn history about early Christians from your expert local guide. Experience shopping in local bazaars, tasty delicious foods from Turkish Cuisine.
$575.00
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Highlights of Turkey and Blue Escape – 12 Days

12 Days
Group, Small Group
4 Star Hotel, Cruise

This is a customized 12 days Land tour & Blue cruise package by plane - starts and ends in Istanbul. This package gives you an opportunity to explore the UNESCO sights of Turkey and cruising the most beautiful turquoise bays of the Mediterranean. Visit Istanbul; where Asia meets Europe, Ephesus; The best-preserved classical city in Eastern Mediterranean holds Mary House and the temple of Artemis, Pamukkale; Pools of Heaven on Eart. Cappadocia; The land of Beautiful horses and home of the fairy chimneys, Fethiye; where green meets Blue. Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights to cruise down to Gocek, which is the most popular route along the Turquoise Coastline. Traveling on a Turkish gulet, this blue cruise has something for everyone. From the ancient cities and sights to crystal clear waters for swimming and snorkeling.

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Seven Churches of Revelation with Istanbul, Alexandria Troas and Assos

8 Days
Private
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.
$1,325.00
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Things To Do in Izmir

Izmir Clock Tower
The ancient clock tower, named Saat Kulesi, is located in the heart of Izmir in Konak Square. The tower clock was built to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Abdülhamid II’s crowning. Over 100 clock towers were constructed in public squares in every part of the Ottoman Empire for the 25th anniversary. In Ottoman-style decoration, it’s the typical symbol of Izmir that once appeared on the back of Turkish 500 lira banknotes.

 

Agora Open Air Museum
In ancient times, Izmir was Smyrna, an antique Roman city on the Aegean coast of Anatolia (now Turkey). In ancient Greek city-states, the old Agora was referred to as a “public forum or market.” The Agora of Smyrna is one of the well-maintained old agoras in the present day because of its stunning on-site open-air museum constructed by Alexander the Great. The reconstructed structures and their columns and archways deliver a momentarily catch sight of the Roman bazaar. You can also see the ruins of a Muslim cemetery.

 

Kadifekale
General Lysimachos, Alexander the Great heir, founded Kadifekale serving as a fort and a castle overlooking the city and the Gulf of Izmir. The Velvet Castle houses Roman cisterns, a watchtower, and the castle gate.

 

Izmir Ethnography Museum
Izmir is the home to two separate museums of Ethnography and Archaeology situated, side by side, a short walk from Konak in Bahribaba Park. The Archaeology Museum houses Greek and Roman relics. You’ll find a collection of Ataturk belonging, local art, customs, crafts, and carpet making in the Ethnography Museum next door.

 

Levantine Mansions in Izmir
During the Ottoman time, Izmir was the home to Christians, Greeks, Armenians, Jews, and Muslims who live cooperatively. The Levantines were residents of the west who facilitated business exchanges with the foreign world. Levantine Mansions are the essential section of Izmir’s cultural identity. Some reconstructed houses still maintain their primary appearance.

 

Smyrna: Church of Revelation
The seven churches of revelation, once mentioned in the Bible, still have existence. Smyrna is the second revelation temple in Izmir, praised for its people’s unwavering faith over persecution.

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