8 Days 7 Nights
From the blues of Istanbul to the gold of Cappadocia, Turkey’s colours come alive in this package. Explore the two jewels of this country as you immerse yourself in a gratifying holiday!
Upon your arrival in Istanbul, you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel in the old city. A welcome package with tour vouchers, an Istanbul map, and any other touristic information will be waiting for you upon arrival at your hotel. Free time is given for the rest of the day. Overnight in Istanbul
Today you will have a full day guided tour of the …
Hagia Sophia Mosque, pride of the Byzantine architecture
Byzantine Hippodrome, where chariot races were held
Blue Mosque, famous for its blue Iznik tiles
Grand Bazaar, Turkey's largest covered market with 4000 shops
Topkapi Palace, former residence of Ottoman Sultans
Overnight in Istanbul
Pick up from your hotel in Istanbul and transfer to the airport with your private car and driver. You will take a direct flight from Istanbul to Cappadoccia, which is about 1 hour. Upon arrival, you will meet with your private car and driver and be transferred to your hotel in Cappadocia. The rest of the day is free time to explore at your leisure. Overnight in Cappadocia
Book an early morning optional hot air balloon tour to enjoy the magnificent view of the valleys and the region. After breakfast, we will visit Devrent and Pasabagi valleys, to see the amazing fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. Then head to the pottery town of Avanos. Watch the potters at work using kick wheels, a technique that has remained unchanged for generations. After lunch, visit Goreme Open Air Museum for the world’s most important Byzantine cave churches and the best-preserved cave wall paintings and frescos. Finally, you will be driven to Uchisar Castle, the highest point of the region, where we will have a fabulous panoramic view over Cappadocia. Overnight in Cappadocia
After breakfast, we drive to Antalya via visiting Konya city and the Mevlana Museum, which shelters the tomb of Rumî, known to his followers as Mevlana. After lunch, we drive to Antalya and Overnight in Antalya
After breakfast, we will visit famous waterfall, Antalya's unique natural wonder, located on the Duden River, afterward pass to Tünektepe Cable Car (Antalya Teleferik); up to 605-meter high, having magnificent Antalya city, new harbor, and Mediterranean sea view. And lastly visit Kaleiçi; the old town where you can see Hadrianus Gate, the Clock Tower, Fluted Minaret, and the ancient harbor enjoy the narrow streets of the old city. End of the tour, we drive to Antalya and Overnight in Antalya
After breakfast, we drive to Pamukkale. The first visit will be to Hierapolis, the ancient Greco-Roman city on top of hot springs. You will see the large necropolis, Great Baths, Frontinus Street, Theatre, Martyrion of St. Phillip, and the antique pool also known as Cleopatra’s pool. Finally be amazed by travertines, (the terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water) on which you can enjoy a barefooted walk. End of the tour, drive back to our hotel. Overnight in Antalya
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Istanbul and our tour concludes upon arrival in Istanbul. You can connect to your outbound flight.
While you should pack the usual essential items, it would also be recommended to pack the following, Mosquito repellent, Hand sanitizers, Mask, Hiking Boots and equipment, Bathing suits, Towels, Sunscreen, Sun Hat, Clothes for warm weather
Depending on your period of stay it is better to carry about 20k for expenses in Turkey.
The months of April-May and September-October are pleasantly warm, with temperatures ranging between 20°C to 30°C. The summer months (June-September) are extremely hot, with temperatures touching mid 30s.
Public Transport in Turkey is helpful to get around the city. Tourists can use the local trains and long-distance buses to get from one city to another. Within the city there are taxis and shared mini-vans or buses to go from place to place. Additionally, visitors can also rent vehicles to drive themselves.
Food in Turkey ranges from about 600 INR per person to 25000 INR, depending on the place you eat.
People should immediately contact the ambulance (112) and rush them to the nearest hospital.
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