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THE SEVEN CHURCHES OF REVELATION WITH CAPPADOCIA

(All of our tours are private and all itineraries are adjustable before the booking process)

DAY 01 [B] ISTANBUL

Arrival at Istanbul airport, reception and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

DAY 02 [HB] ISTANBUL

After breakfast, guided tour in Istanbul "JEWELS OF CONSTANTINOPLE" with lunch in a typical local restaurant: Hagia Sophia: it is one of the unequivocal symbols of the city of Istanbul. It was the seat of the Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople and the main stage for Byzantine imperial ceremonies, such as coronations. An icon surrounded, in turn, by a multitude of great monuments that tell us about the glorious past of this thousand-year-old city. The Roman Hippodrome: it was built in 203 AD. and magnified by the founder of the city Constantine the Great. German Fountain: Inaugurated in 1900, the so-called German Fountain was a gift from the German Emperor Wilhelm II to commemorate the second anniversary of his visit to the city. At noon we will enjoy a typical lunch in a local restaurant. The Blue Mosque: it owes its name to the vivid blue and green color of the mosaics that decorate the domes and the upper part of the Mosque. It has the privilege of being the only mosque in all of Turkey that has 6 minarets, which gives it added value compared to the rest of the Mosques. Grand Bazaar, in 1461, Sultan Mehmet II had the first wood market built, occupying an area of approximately 200,000 m2. It contains around 4,000 shops that make up a gigantic maze of streets and passageways. After the visits, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

DAY 03 [FB] ISTANBUL - CANAKKALE 

After breakfast our visits today starts with BOSPHORUS TOUR. We will navigate the Bosphorus strait that separates Europe and Asia continents, in which 60,000 ships pass annually. From the boat we can see a wonderful view of the strait with its palaces, forts and summer houses. After the boat tour we will continue to the SPICE MARKET, built in the seventeenth century, with typical products like pashmina, saffron, spices,dried fruits, teas, treats, perfumes and more! Departure by bus to Canakkale, located on the Asian shore of the Dardanelles Strait. We will cross the strait by ferry, arriving at the hotel. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 04 [FB]      CANAKKALE – TROYA – PERGAMUM - SMYRNA

Breakfast. We will continue en route to visit the cities of Troy and Pergamum. Troy is a famous ancient city where the Trojan War described by Homer in the Iliad, an epic poem from Ancient Greece, takes place. Visit to the Trojan Horse. Continuation to Pergamum whose literal meaning is '' fortified '' and from whose name the word '' parchment '' also derives. A large quantity of good quality parchment was produced in Pergamum and it is no coincidence that it had a large library, famous in its time. Lunch. Pergamum was a very prosperous city full of culture. At the top of the mountain there was an acropolis dedicated to several Greek gods: Zeus, Athena and Aesculapius in addition to the gilding to the Roman emperor. The message to the church of Pergamum is as follows: (Revelation 2: 12-17) And he writes to the angel of the church in Pergamum: "He who has the sharp two-edged sword says this: (13) 'I know where you dwell: where the throne of Satan is. You faithfully keep my name and have not denied my faith, even in the days of Antipas, my witness, my faithful servant, who was slain among you, where Satan dwells. Continuation of the journey to Smyrna. Arrival in Izmir, dinner and accommodation.

DAY 05 [PC] SMYRNA - EPHESUS - SMYRNA

Breakfast. Full day with lunch. Visits of the day: The house of the Virgin Mary: visit and Eucharistic celebration at the house of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is known with certainty (confirmed by Irenaeus, Polycarp, Hippolytus, Policrate and Clement) that John lived in Ephesus. Christ, on the cross, before dying, entrusted his mother to his favorite apostle. Therefore Jesus - says the Gospel - when he saw his mother and the disciple he loved by his side, he said to the mother: Woman, here is your son! Then she said to the disciple: Here is your mother! and from that moment the disciple received her in his house. Therefore, the Virgin could reasonably have followed John to Ephesus. In favor of this theory, there is also the presence, in Ephesus, of a basilica from the Constantinian period that was dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The third Ecumenical Council, which proclaimed the Virgin “Mother of God”, took place in this basilica in 431. Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903) ruled favorably on these discoveries, and re-established in the Ordo Romanus a note that on the occasion of the Feast of the Assumption mentioned Ephesus as the probable place of the Virgin's dormition. The tomb of Saint John the Evangelist, in Ephesus: John the Apostle moved to Ephesus around the year 62. With the persecution of the Emperor Domitian, John was exiled to the island of Patmos and could only return to Ephesus when Domitian died, where he continued to lead the church and where he died a few years later at a very old age. In Revelation, the church of Ephesus is one of the seven churches to which the "letters of Jesus" are addressed. John's letters "to the seven churches that are in Asia" were addressed to royal groups of Christian believers in the Roman province of Asia. Saint Paul - Paul of Tarsus - spent more than two years in Ephesus from 54 onwards. It is believed that at that time he wrote his Epistle to the Philippians, in addition to the Epistle to the Ephesians. Ephesus: Greco-Roman city, ancient capital of Asia Minor and one of the best preserved of antiquity, where the temple of Hadrian, the temple of Trajan, the theater, the library of Celsus, etc. are located Leather goods factory: for To finish off the arduous day, we will enjoy an elegant parade of models that will show us the latest in fashion in leather and leather articles and garments. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 06   [FB]  SMYRNA - PAMUKKALE

Breakfast. Full day with lunch. Tours of the day: Laodicea: During the Roman Empire, Laodicea became the richest city in Phrygia. Blessed with the fertile soil of the Lico River Valley, Laodicea was possessed of rich pastures for raising sheep. The Church of Ladiocea was probably established by some disciple of Paul, perhaps Epaphras, when the apostle was carrying out his ministry in Ephesus. Revelation 3: 14-22 "Behold Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of God's creation, says this." v.14.Hierápolis: it is the depository of the art of various cultures. A well-planned architecture attests to the urban component that she lived through during her time. Hierapolis was known as the Holy City due to the large number of temples and shrines from the early Christian era, established on its territory.

Pamukkale: whose translation into English is '' Cotton Castle '' is the name that has long been given to the natural formation of travertines, formed by the precipitation over centuries of calcium contained in the thermal waters that circulate on the surface of the place. The result is an impressive and curious white formation of terraces and pools of natural hot springs. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 07 [FB]  PAMUKKALE – KONYA - CAPPADOCIA

Breakfast. Early departure by coach to Cappadocia. Konya: Museum of Mevlana founded by Sinan for the 'whirling dervishes'. The museum collects various tombs, instruments of sacred music and carpets of great artistic value. In the convent you can visit the cells of the monks and the section dedicated to ethnography. Lunch. Cappadocia has a special role in the Christian tradition, for several reasons. During the first years of the Christian religion, Cappadocia was a fertile region for its expansion, partly due to its proximity to the Seven Churches of Asia Minor, mentioned in the book of Revelation, and especially to Antioch, the first Christian community, founded by Saint Peter Many of the early Christians inhabited Cappadocia during the 2nd and 3rd centuries, and by the 4th century, four saints had been born in Cappadocia: Saint Mamés, Saint George, Saint Theodore and Saint Basil the Great, born in Caesarea of ​​Cappadocia , between the years 44 and 58. Arrival in Cappadocia. Dinner and accommodation.

* Optional Turkish night in Cappadocia: in a cave, an environment like no other, you will be able to enjoy the music, the regional dances of Turkey, the belly dance and the elegant movement of the dervishes, whose philosophy is expressed through a way of life , of music and dance, in which the dancers are in continuous movement, like everything in the Universe, and spin frantically on themselves, like the planets.

DAY 08 [FB]  CAPPADOCIA

Breakfast Full day Cappadocia tour with lunch. Included visits: Goreme Open Air Museum: it is composed of natural cliffs that house churches and monasteries hidden in the rock, excavated from the second half of the 9th century. Saint George of Cappadocia: according to tradition, Saint George was a native of Cappadocia, son of a soldier of the Roman army of the 3rd century. In the year 303, the emperor issued an edict authorizing the persecution of Christians throughout the empire, which continued with Galerius (305-311). Jorge, who was ordered to participate, confessed that he too was a Christian so Diocletian ordered him to be tortured and executed. His popularity in the Middle Ages has led him to be one of the most venerated saints in different chronicles such as the Order of Calatrava, the Sacred Constantinian Order and the Order of Saint George of Alfama, among others. He is also a patron of various professions and activities : farmers, soldiers, archers, prisoners, blacksmiths, circus people, mountaineers, etc. He is also protector of domestic animals. The church of the dragon: according to an ancient Christian interpretation of the myth: George would be the believer, the white horse the Church and the dragon would represent paganism, idolatry, temptation and Satan. Medieval western legend tells that a dragon made its nest in the fountain that supplied water to a city. As a consequence, in order to get water, citizens had to remove the dragon from the fountain. To do this, they offered a daily human sacrifice that it was decided to spread among the inhabitants. One day the local princess was selected. When it was about to be eaten by the dragon, George appeared who faced the dragon, and killed it, thus saving the princess. From the blood that flowed from the lifeless body of the monster, a red rose was born that the knight gave to the princess.The church of Santa Barbara: According to legend, Santa Barbara, after converting to Christianity, was locked up and murdered by her own father, who would later be punished by lightning. Since then it has been known as the patron saint of architects, masons and artillery men and its most common attribute is a tower and three windows that represent the Holy Trinity. The church of the sandal: from the 13th century, named for a mysterious footprint stamped under the fresco of the Ascension. In its frescoes there are three men who were the donors for its construction and who by their appearance are considered wealthy peasants in the area.The Church of the Buckle: dates from the 10th century and its planning is totally particular, with a transverse nave in the Mesopotamian style , three apses, a carved portico, a small chapel and a buried crypt. Its frescoes are distinguished by a bright blue color, a pigment that was not abundant in the area, so it is estimated that good capital was invested for the construction of this church, importing the pigment from other regions. Uchisar: it is a town of troglodyte settlements known for its fortress built in order to protect them from enemy attacks. The Valley of the Pigeons: in this valley the pigeons were trained to be used as messengers between the different settlements throughout Central Cappadocia, so they played an essential role in communication. Jewelery - Local jewelers are revered for the beauty and quality of their work and for the use of precious metals and stones. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 09 [HB]  CAPPADOCIA- ISTANBUL ( by flight)

Breakfast. Full day Cappadocia tour with lunch. Visits included: Ozkonak: 10-story underground city dug into the slope of Mount Idis, built as a refuge due to the constant attacks suffered by its inhabitants. Çavuşin: your visit takes us to another time. It is one of the oldest settlements in Cappadocia. Avcılar: it is the perfect valley to enjoy the spectacular landscape of the '' Chimeneas de Hadas ''. The Cooperative of Carpet Weavers: The art of weaving in Cappadocia is practically exclusive to women. It is fascinating to see them sitting in front of the enormous looms, weaving immense rugs with infinite patience. An example of the culture of the region.At the scheduled time departure to the airport to take the flight to Istanbul. Arrival in Istanbul. Accommodation.

* Optional Cappadocia (Balloon) Tour: The balloon flight in the Cappadocia region is an experience not to forget. This is done first thing in the morning to avoid drafts and to appreciate the spectacular sunrise in an incomparable setting. Before the flight, we will offer you a breakfast in the open air while they fill the balloons with air using burners and once they are ready they can mount to begin the flight. The baskets have capacity for 8, 18 and 20 people. The maximum height achievable during the flight is around 700 - 800 meters. Enjoying the sunrise from that height, with the sky covered with colored balloons and the impressive landscape of the fairy chimneys, makes the experience unique and unforgettable. At the end of the tour and after landing you will be presented with a glass of champagne and a diploma that accredits the experience as a souvenir.

DAY 10  [B]   ISTANBUL 

Breakfast and free time . At the scheduled time, transfer to the Istanbul airport to take the flight back to the country of origin. End of our services.

PLANNED OR SIMILAR HOTELS
Barcelo Hotel Taksim 5 * in Istanbul
Dinler Hotel 5 * in Cappadocia
Hierapark Thermal spa 4 * in Pamukkale
Ramada Resort 4* in Kusadasi

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THE SEVEN CHURCHES OF REVELATION WITH CAPPADOCIA

(All of our tours are private and all itineraries are adjustable before the booking process)

DAY 01 [B] ISTANBUL

Arrival at Istanbul airport, reception and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

DAY 02 [HB] ISTANBUL

After breakfast, guided tour in Istanbul "JEWELS OF CONSTANTINOPLE" with lunch in a typical local restaurant: Hagia Sophia: it is one of the unequivocal symbols of the city of Istanbul. It was the seat of the Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople and the main stage for Byzantine imperial ceremonies, such as coronations. An icon surrounded, in turn, by a multitude of great monuments that tell us about the glorious past of this thousand-year-old city. The Roman Hippodrome: it was built in 203 AD. and magnified by the founder of the city Constantine the Great. German Fountain: Inaugurated in 1900, the so-called German Fountain was a gift from the German Emperor Wilhelm II to commemorate the second anniversary of his visit to the city. At noon we will enjoy a typical lunch in a local restaurant. The Blue Mosque: it owes its name to the vivid blue and green color of the mosaics that decorate the domes and the upper part of the Mosque. It has the privilege of being the only mosque in all of Turkey that has 6 minarets, which gives it added value compared to the rest of the Mosques. Grand Bazaar, in 1461, Sultan Mehmet II had the first wood market built, occupying an area of approximately 200,000 m2. It contains around 4,000 shops that make up a gigantic maze of streets and passageways. After the visits, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

DAY 03 [FB] ISTANBUL - CANAKKALE 

After breakfast our visits today starts with BOSPHORUS TOUR. We will navigate the Bosphorus strait that separates Europe and Asia continents, in which 60,000 ships pass annually. From the boat we can see a wonderful view of the strait with its palaces, forts and summer houses. After the boat tour we will continue to the SPICE MARKET, built in the seventeenth century, with typical products like pashmina, saffron, spices,dried fruits, teas, treats, perfumes and more! Departure by bus to Canakkale, located on the Asian shore of the Dardanelles Strait. We will cross the strait by ferry, arriving at the hotel. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 04 [FB]      CANAKKALE – TROYA – PERGAMUM - SMYRNA

Breakfast. We will continue en route to visit the cities of Troy and Pergamum. Troy is a famous ancient city where the Trojan War described by Homer in the Iliad, an epic poem from Ancient Greece, takes place. Visit to the Trojan Horse. Continuation to Pergamum whose literal meaning is '' fortified '' and from whose name the word '' parchment '' also derives. A large quantity of good quality parchment was produced in Pergamum and it is no coincidence that it had a large library, famous in its time. Lunch. Pergamum was a very prosperous city full of culture. At the top of the mountain there was an acropolis dedicated to several Greek gods: Zeus, Athena and Aesculapius in addition to the gilding to the Roman emperor. The message to the church of Pergamum is as follows: (Revelation 2: 12-17) And he writes to the angel of the church in Pergamum: "He who has the sharp two-edged sword says this: (13) 'I know where you dwell: where the throne of Satan is. You faithfully keep my name and have not denied my faith, even in the days of Antipas, my witness, my faithful servant, who was slain among you, where Satan dwells. Continuation of the journey to Smyrna. Arrival in Izmir, dinner and accommodation.

DAY 05 [PC] SMYRNA - EPHESUS - SMYRNA

Breakfast. Full day with lunch. Visits of the day: The house of the Virgin Mary: visit and Eucharistic celebration at the house of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is known with certainty (confirmed by Irenaeus, Polycarp, Hippolytus, Policrate and Clement) that John lived in Ephesus. Christ, on the cross, before dying, entrusted his mother to his favorite apostle. Therefore Jesus - says the Gospel - when he saw his mother and the disciple he loved by his side, he said to the mother: Woman, here is your son! Then she said to the disciple: Here is your mother! and from that moment the disciple received her in his house. Therefore, the Virgin could reasonably have followed John to Ephesus. In favor of this theory, there is also the presence, in Ephesus, of a basilica from the Constantinian period that was dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The third Ecumenical Council, which proclaimed the Virgin “Mother of God”, took place in this basilica in 431. Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903) ruled favorably on these discoveries, and re-established in the Ordo Romanus a note that on the occasion of the Feast of the Assumption mentioned Ephesus as the probable place of the Virgin's dormition. The tomb of Saint John the Evangelist, in Ephesus: John the Apostle moved to Ephesus around the year 62. With the persecution of the Emperor Domitian, John was exiled to the island of Patmos and could only return to Ephesus when Domitian died, where he continued to lead the church and where he died a few years later at a very old age. In Revelation, the church of Ephesus is one of the seven churches to which the "letters of Jesus" are addressed. John's letters "to the seven churches that are in Asia" were addressed to royal groups of Christian believers in the Roman province of Asia. Saint Paul - Paul of Tarsus - spent more than two years in Ephesus from 54 onwards. It is believed that at that time he wrote his Epistle to the Philippians, in addition to the Epistle to the Ephesians. Ephesus: Greco-Roman city, ancient capital of Asia Minor and one of the best preserved of antiquity, where the temple of Hadrian, the temple of Trajan, the theater, the library of Celsus, etc. are located Leather goods factory: for To finish off the arduous day, we will enjoy an elegant parade of models that will show us the latest in fashion in leather and leather articles and garments. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 06   [FB]  SMYRNA - PAMUKKALE

Breakfast. Full day with lunch. Tours of the day: Laodicea: During the Roman Empire, Laodicea became the richest city in Phrygia. Blessed with the fertile soil of the Lico River Valley, Laodicea was possessed of rich pastures for raising sheep. The Church of Ladiocea was probably established by some disciple of Paul, perhaps Epaphras, when the apostle was carrying out his ministry in Ephesus. Revelation 3: 14-22 "Behold Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of God's creation, says this." v.14.Hierápolis: it is the depository of the art of various cultures. A well-planned architecture attests to the urban component that she lived through during her time. Hierapolis was known as the Holy City due to the large number of temples and shrines from the early Christian era, established on its territory.

Pamukkale: whose translation into English is '' Cotton Castle '' is the name that has long been given to the natural formation of travertines, formed by the precipitation over centuries of calcium contained in the thermal waters that circulate on the surface of the place. The result is an impressive and curious white formation of terraces and pools of natural hot springs. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 07 [FB]  PAMUKKALE – KONYA - CAPPADOCIA

Breakfast. Early departure by coach to Cappadocia. Konya: Museum of Mevlana founded by Sinan for the 'whirling dervishes'. The museum collects various tombs, instruments of sacred music and carpets of great artistic value. In the convent you can visit the cells of the monks and the section dedicated to ethnography. Lunch. Cappadocia has a special role in the Christian tradition, for several reasons. During the first years of the Christian religion, Cappadocia was a fertile region for its expansion, partly due to its proximity to the Seven Churches of Asia Minor, mentioned in the book of Revelation, and especially to Antioch, the first Christian community, founded by Saint Peter Many of the early Christians inhabited Cappadocia during the 2nd and 3rd centuries, and by the 4th century, four saints had been born in Cappadocia: Saint Mamés, Saint George, Saint Theodore and Saint Basil the Great, born in Caesarea of ​​Cappadocia , between the years 44 and 58. Arrival in Cappadocia. Dinner and accommodation.

* Optional Turkish night in Cappadocia: in a cave, an environment like no other, you will be able to enjoy the music, the regional dances of Turkey, the belly dance and the elegant movement of the dervishes, whose philosophy is expressed through a way of life , of music and dance, in which the dancers are in continuous movement, like everything in the Universe, and spin frantically on themselves, like the planets.

DAY 08 [FB]  CAPPADOCIA

Breakfast Full day Cappadocia tour with lunch. Included visits: Goreme Open Air Museum: it is composed of natural cliffs that house churches and monasteries hidden in the rock, excavated from the second half of the 9th century. Saint George of Cappadocia: according to tradition, Saint George was a native of Cappadocia, son of a soldier of the Roman army of the 3rd century. In the year 303, the emperor issued an edict authorizing the persecution of Christians throughout the empire, which continued with Galerius (305-311). Jorge, who was ordered to participate, confessed that he too was a Christian so Diocletian ordered him to be tortured and executed. His popularity in the Middle Ages has led him to be one of the most venerated saints in different chronicles such as the Order of Calatrava, the Sacred Constantinian Order and the Order of Saint George of Alfama, among others. He is also a patron of various professions and activities : farmers, soldiers, archers, prisoners, blacksmiths, circus people, mountaineers, etc. He is also protector of domestic animals. The church of the dragon: according to an ancient Christian interpretation of the myth: George would be the believer, the white horse the Church and the dragon would represent paganism, idolatry, temptation and Satan. Medieval western legend tells that a dragon made its nest in the fountain that supplied water to a city. As a consequence, in order to get water, citizens had to remove the dragon from the fountain. To do this, they offered a daily human sacrifice that it was decided to spread among the inhabitants. One day the local princess was selected. When it was about to be eaten by the dragon, George appeared who faced the dragon, and killed it, thus saving the princess. From the blood that flowed from the lifeless body of the monster, a red rose was born that the knight gave to the princess.The church of Santa Barbara: According to legend, Santa Barbara, after converting to Christianity, was locked up and murdered by her own father, who would later be punished by lightning. Since then it has been known as the patron saint of architects, masons and artillery men and its most common attribute is a tower and three windows that represent the Holy Trinity. The church of the sandal: from the 13th century, named for a mysterious footprint stamped under the fresco of the Ascension. In its frescoes there are three men who were the donors for its construction and who by their appearance are considered wealthy peasants in the area.The Church of the Buckle: dates from the 10th century and its planning is totally particular, with a transverse nave in the Mesopotamian style , three apses, a carved portico, a small chapel and a buried crypt. Its frescoes are distinguished by a bright blue color, a pigment that was not abundant in the area, so it is estimated that good capital was invested for the construction of this church, importing the pigment from other regions. Uchisar: it is a town of troglodyte settlements known for its fortress built in order to protect them from enemy attacks. The Valley of the Pigeons: in this valley the pigeons were trained to be used as messengers between the different settlements throughout Central Cappadocia, so they played an essential role in communication. Jewelery - Local jewelers are revered for the beauty and quality of their work and for the use of precious metals and stones. Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 09 [HB]  CAPPADOCIA- ISTANBUL ( by flight)

Breakfast. Full day Cappadocia tour with lunch. Visits included: Ozkonak: 10-story underground city dug into the slope of Mount Idis, built as a refuge due to the constant attacks suffered by its inhabitants. Çavuşin: your visit takes us to another time. It is one of the oldest settlements in Cappadocia. Avcılar: it is the perfect valley to enjoy the spectacular landscape of the '' Chimeneas de Hadas ''. The Cooperative of Carpet Weavers: The art of weaving in Cappadocia is practically exclusive to women. It is fascinating to see them sitting in front of the enormous looms, weaving immense rugs with infinite patience. An example of the culture of the region.At the scheduled time departure to the airport to take the flight to Istanbul. Arrival in Istanbul. Accommodation.

* Optional Cappadocia (Balloon) Tour: The balloon flight in the Cappadocia region is an experience not to forget. This is done first thing in the morning to avoid drafts and to appreciate the spectacular sunrise in an incomparable setting. Before the flight, we will offer you a breakfast in the open air while they fill the balloons with air using burners and once they are ready they can mount to begin the flight. The baskets have capacity for 8, 18 and 20 people. The maximum height achievable during the flight is around 700 - 800 meters. Enjoying the sunrise from that height, with the sky covered with colored balloons and the impressive landscape of the fairy chimneys, makes the experience unique and unforgettable. At the end of the tour and after landing you will be presented with a glass of champagne and a diploma that accredits the experience as a souvenir.

DAY 10  [B]   ISTANBUL 

Breakfast and free time . At the scheduled time, transfer to the Istanbul airport to take the flight back to the country of origin. End of our services.

PLANNED OR SIMILAR HOTELS
Barcelo Hotel Taksim 5 * in Istanbul
Dinler Hotel 5 * in Cappadocia
Hierapark Thermal spa 4 * in Pamukkale
Ramada Resort 4* in Kusadasi

How to book?

3 easy steps to an incredible vacation

01 Send us your request and tell us your preference to murat@mystic-tour.com

02 Get the first proposal within 24 hours from our travel experts

03 Customize and Book a perfect vacation

 

You can not find what you're looking for? Contact us to customize your tour

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Thanks a lot

Murat Inal 

murat@mystic-tour.com

whatsapp: +90 532 777 00 65 

 

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Inclusions


  • english speaking tour guide
  • air-conditioned bus with WIFI
  • full board during the circuit
  • Accommodation and buffet breakfast in Istanbul.
  • Transfers from the airport to the hotel and vice versa from the new Istanbul airport
  • 03 nights in Istanbul in a 5 ***** category hotel (breakfast and accommodation)
  • 01 night in Canakkale in a 5 ***** category hotel (breakfast, dinner and accommodation)
  • 01 night in Kusadası / Izmir in 4 **** or 5 ***** category hotel (breakfast, dinner and accommodation)
  • 02 nights in Cappadocia in a 4 **** or 5 ***** category hotel (breakfast, dinner and accommodation)
  • domestic flights
  • tips to hotels
  • 01 night in Pamukkale in a 4 **** or 5 ***** category hotel (breakfast, dinner and accommodation)

Exclusions


  •     Optional excursions    
  •     No unspecified service    
  •     tips for guides and drivers    
  •     International flights    

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