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Daily Cappadocia Tour by flight

  • Full Day
  • 350.00 EUR (inclusive of VAT)
21 March 2017 (Pre Cong. Tour)
25 March 2017 (Post Cong. Tour)

You will be picked up from your hotel at 04:30 to catch 06:55 flight to Kayseri. Upon your arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to Cappadocia. Tour Start from Devrent Valley ( Imagination Valley), spectacular fairy chimneys and beautiful land scapes. After Devrent valley, we will visit Pasabag( known as monk valley) where double and triple headed rock formation. Lunch at Avanos, famous for pottery and Red river ( Kızılırmak). After lunch, you will visit Goreme open air museum which heart of Cappadocia. Goreme open air museum famous for wall painting, dates back to 10th century describing the life of Jesus Christ and monks. The last stop will be Uchisar castle, natural and one of the biggest mass fairy chimney of the region. After the tour you will be transferred to the Kayseri Airport to catch 19:20 flight back to Istanbul. Upon you arrival to Istanbul, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel.

             Tour Price includes:

  •         Round trip flight tickets
  •         Professional guidance
  •         Entrance fees
  •         Lunch
  •         Airport Transfers 

Tour Price excludes:

  •         Personel expences
  •         Tips (optional)
  •         Beverages
  •         Dinner 

 Special Note: Minimum 10 participants are required for private bus tour. If the group is less than 10, Paticipants will be included regular tour groups. The price is valid  for 21 and 25 March 2017 till 17th February 2017. After this date flight prices will be checked then calculated additionaly if there is change

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Daily Ephesus Tour by flight

  • Full Day
  • 350.00 EUR (inclusive of VAT)
21 March 2017 (Pre Cong. Tour)
25 March 2017 (Post Cong. Tour)

Pick up from your hotel at 05:30am. and you will be transferred to the airport to catch 07:00am. flight to Izmir. Upon your arrival, you will be met at the airport and transferred to Selcuk to join full day tour of the Ephesus Ancient City and the House of Virgin Marry. You will visit Temple of Artemis (Diana), the site of one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, Ephesus which is known to be the Commercial, the Religious and the Social Center of Antiquity, and one of the Highlights of any Visit in Turkey. After lunch we will visit House of Virgin Mary, probably where She spent recent years of Her life; Isa Bey Mosque, this impressive mosque from XIV. Century A.D. is unlike any other you will see in this country. After the tour, you will be transferred tor the İzmir Airport to catch night flight to İstanbul. Upon your arrival, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. 

 Tour Price includes:

  •         Round trip flight tickets
  •         Professional guidance
  •         Entrance fees
  •         Lunch
  •         Airport Transfers 

Tour Price excludes:

  •         Personel expences
  •         Tips (optional)
  •         Dinner 

Special Note: Minimum 10 participants are required for private bus tour. If the group is less than 10, Paticipants will be included regular tour groups. The price is valid for 21 and 25 March 2017 till 17th February 2017. After this date flight prices will be checked then calculated additionaly if there is change.

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Istanbul Classics

  • Half Day
  • 35.00 EUR (inclusive of VAT)

Highlights: Hagia Sophia - German Fountain - Hippodrome - Blue Mosque - Grand Bazaar 

Every morning 08:00 – 12:30

Meet the guide at the lobby of your hotel

Price includes: Guiding, entrances, transportation

Special Note: Blue Mosque is closed on Fridays. It will be replaced with the Caferağa Medrese.

 

This tour is a must in Istanbul. You will begin the day with Roman Hippodrome, where the chariot races were organised by the Romans and Byzantines. Blue Mosque-the only mosque with six minarets and its surroundings will be our next place to visit. Next, you will see the German Fountain - a gift of Kaiser Wilhelm 2. And listen the stories of his liaison with the orient. Hagia Sophia - The Church of Divine Wisdom is the highlight of this day. Following the visits your guide will take you the Grand Bazaar for demonstration of Turkish Handicrafts.

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Istanbul Classics & Highlights

  • Full Day
  • 70.00 EUR (inclusive of VAT)

Highlights: Hippodrome - Blue Mosque - German Fountain - Hagia Sophia - Grand Bazaar, Hagia Irene Church (from Outside) - Topkapi Palace – Caferağa Medrese - Soğukçeşme Street

Every morning 08:00 – 17:30

Meet the guide at the lobby of your hotel

Price includes: guiding, museum entrances, lunch and transportation

 You will begin the day with Roman Hippodrome, where the chariot races were organised by the Romans and Byzantines. Blue Mosque-the only mosque with six minarets and its surroundings will be our next place to visit. Next, you will see the German Fountain - a gift of Kaiser Wilhelm 2. And listen the stories of his liaison with the orient. Hagia Sophia - The Church of Divine Wisdom is the highlight of this day. Following the visits your guide will take you the Grand Bazaar for demonstration of Turkish Handicrafts. Topkapı Museum is the big one...the most important museum of Turkey and the Balkan Peninsula. It is an incomparably rich treasure-chest, brimming with things of historical importance. First, second, third and fourth courtyards; the Audience Hall, Divan-the High Court, Historical Kitchens, Royal Stables, the Treasury, gardens, kiosks…Probably the best commentary on Ottoman History, art and its culture is simply to come direct to the First Courtyard of this amazing Palace. Next place to see is Hagia Irene Church (from outside). Our final place of interest is Church of Sergius and Bacchus today known as “Petit Hagia Sophia Mosque”. To see these things with a great guide...well, you will never be quite the same again.

Special Note: They will be replaced with Chora Museum. Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays and it will be replaced with Spice Bazaar.

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Bosphorus Cruise & Dolmabahçe Palace

  • Full Day
  • 70.00 EUR (inclusive of VAT)

Cruise On Bosphorus (150 Minutes) - Spice Bazaar - Rüstem Paşa Mosque - Dolmabahçe Palace - Bosphorus Bridge - Çamlica Hill​

Every Day: 08:00 – 17:30

Meet the guide at the lobby of your hotel

Price includes: Guiding, transportation and admission to the Museum.

Special Note: Dolmabahçe Palace Museum is closed on Mondays & Thursdays. It will be replaced

with Chora Museum.

From the awe-inspiring Dolmabahce Palace to the ancient Walls of Constantine and onto the Topkapi Palace, experience the best views the city has to offer while enjoying a wonderfull cruise along the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. A journey along the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn with Istanbul Cruise will give you a unique insight into the great city’s history. Our cruise and tour ends in Eminönü Pier where the cruise started. Passengers willing to continue our full day tour will disembark in Üsküdar. You will drive over the first INTERCONTINENTAL BRIDGE that connects Europe and Asia. Bosphorus Bridge was built in 1973 and its lenght between two legs is 1074 meters and the time of construction was the fourth longest suspension bridge of the world. Çamlıca Hill is the highest peak of Istanbul. Following a short drive after the suspension bridge we will reach the 268 meters hill. Here we will see the splendid panorama of the Bosphorus Strait. Following a photo stop we continue to drive over the suspension bridge and than arrive to Dolmabahçe Palace.

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Turkish Coffee Trail

  • Half Day
  • 50.00 EUR (inclusive of VAT)
Coffee making course (with certificate) in a cofee shop, coffee tasting in oldest coffee houses of Istanbul, Spice Bazaar, Ottoman coffee storages, oldest coffee shop of Istanbul, Turkish Delight tasting in the oldest historical delight shop, Kurukahvedji Inn.

Every afternoon 13:00 – 17:30

Meet the guide at the lobby of your hotel

Price includes: guiding, transportation and coffee, etc.

Coffee is national drink of Turkey that has a long historical tradition. Its story began in Egypt, where the Ottomans brought the first coffee beans to Istanbul in 1519. The first coffee shops were open some 30 years later in Eminönü district. There were prohibiton decrees by some Ottoman Sultans. Our tour begins with a visit to a museum that have some exhibits related to Turkish coffee history. Following a Turkish Coffee Course participants will follow the historical “Coffee Route” – where we will have coffee tasting in this historical venues. Tiny streets, historical walkways, intriguing old bazaars, Ottoman coffee storages. And a guide that will exhilarate the past and make your day valuable is the event of this day!

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