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3 Day Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus Tour

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Pamukkale Day Tour from Istanbul by Flight ( L)

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2 Day Turkey Tour: Kayseri (Cappadocia)

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2 Day Turkey Tour: Cappadocia, Pamukkale

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4 Day Turkey Tour: Cappadocia, Ephesus, Pamukkale

Day 1 - Fly from Istanbl to Kayseri & North Cappadocia Tour ( Lunch) 05:00 Pick up from your hotel and transfer to airport. 06:35 Fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. Upon arrival to Ka ...

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3 Day Turkey Tour: Cappadocia, Ephesus

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8 Days Turkey Tour Package included Istanbul, Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus by flight

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8 Days Turkey Tour Package included Istanbul, Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus by flight 1
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5 Days Turkey Tours

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14 Days Turkey Tour

Day 1. Arrive in Istanbul Ataturk Airport at 10:15 Am by Turkish Airlines TK721. 16:00 Pm Fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. 17:30 Pm Arrive in Kayseri and meet on arrival. Transfer to ...

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9 Nights / 10 Days Turkey Tour Package

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9 Days 8 Nights Turkey Tour

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Adrean

5.0/5

09.03.2015

Thank you very much for all the options.


Afred Morgan

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08.03.2015

Thank you for quick reply. My Dates are as follow 01 01 2016 18 01 2016 or 01 12 2015 22 12 2015 according this please let me know the best itinerary as you see according to the some days those itineraries are short some is long. I want 4 or 5 stared hotels.


Tour Operator

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08.03.2015

Dear Afred Thank you very much for your kind request. All the packages, are the same and dates and the prices are different which are at the end of the itinerary you will see the prices that has early booking discounts and the includes and excludes parts of the itinerary at the bottom. Please let me know how many person and what date you will have the vacation, accordingly what is possible I will try to help you. All the best.


Afred Morgan

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08.03.2015

There are lots of choises, what dates are cheaper and which one you recommend


John Cruise

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10.02.2015

I want to book this tour from Istanbul for 4 people.


Antonio

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10.02.2015

How Can I book this tour for 3 person? and how much will it be?


Ashraf Elgdeem

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06.05.2014

I wanna do it today How can I contact you ?? Where I can find u in istanbul 05346708432 call me.


Jessica

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06.09.2013

Thank you very much for information.


Michael

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02.07.2013

The People who believes and lives, moslim period. 30 days in Islamic holy month of Ramazan (Turkish: Ramazan) is a time of fasting, prayer and celebration. (Here are Ramazan dates.) It can also affect your travel plans. Fasting... Fasting means letting nothing pass the lips: no food, drink, chewing gum, tobacco smoke or, for the strictly observant, not even licking an envelope or postage stamp from sunrise to sunset. Observant Muslims also refrain from sexual intercourse during daylight in the holy month. The Most Muslims, whether strictly observant or not, use the holy month and the stricture of fasting to help them examine their lives, to remind themselves of virtues like charity, compassion and forgiveness, and to avoid vices like cupidity, selfishness and dishonesty. Many Turks fast from sunrise to sunset during Ramazan. Restaurants are less busy at lunch, and there's even less Turkish tea in evidence—which is amazing. If you're in Turkey during Ramazan, it's polite to refrain from eating and drinking in public during daylight hours (Rather, do it inside a restaurant, tea house, cafe (some of which will be operating, except in Konya), or other private or semi-private area. Muslim restaurant and cafe staff, who may be fasting themselves, will understand if you are non-Muslim and will be happy to serve you. Some eateries may cover their windows with curtains so as not to distract those fasting by the sight of others eating.


Antony

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25.06.2013

Can you please let me know the bus prices and details rom Istanbul to Cappadocia, Cappadocia to Pamukkale, Pamukkale to Selcuk and Selcuk to Istanbul.


Dorian

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21.05.2013

I went to Cappadocia by bus from Istanbul, It was 11 hours journey and 1 hour resting on the way for necessary (30 minutes after four hours leaving from Istanbul an other stopover was four hours after first stopover) Buses are big coashes and seats are reclining 45 degress and many facilities in the bus (water, biscuit, cake and coffee) Drivers are very well about the driving and knowledgeable about the the way and its conditiones.


Tour Operator

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20.05.2013

Itinerary Ephesus Day Tour from Istanbul by flight Tour will start from your hotel by pick up service. Depart from hotel to Istanbul airport. Fly from Istanbul to Izmir, It is an hour flight. Met on arrival in Izmir and transfer to Ephesus aria. Our staff will pick you up from Izmir airport to Ephesus and you will meet the group. Met on arrival and start to make your day tour in Ephesus. Ephesus day tour from istanbul is included Ephesul library, Virgin Mary House, Artemis Temple, Ephesus Archaeological Museum. At the end of the tour transfer to Izmir airport. Fly to Istanbul. Met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. This will be the end of the tour. Ephesus Library : According to recent excavations, the site was occupied as early as the late Neolithic period and developed through the Bronze and Iron Ages. Temple of Artemis, The temple of Artemision is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the Antic world. It has been built in the areas of Ephesus on a flat area which has over the centuries turned into a swamp. Virgin Mary House, Virgin Mary House, It is the place where Mary may have spent her last days. Indeed, she may have come in the area together with Saint John Isabey Mosque, Isa Bey Mosque is one of the most delicate examples of Seljukian architecture, situated below the basilica of Saint John. The mosque was built by the master Syrian architecture Ali son of Mushimish al -Damishki, between the years of 1374 and 1375.


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13.05.2013

Under Grand Cities / Cappadocia One of the characteristics of Cappadocia is having plenty of underground cities. It's known that there are more than a hundred of underground settlements in the region and many of them are not open for visits. The underground cities, which are guessed to be used since the Bronze Age, used to be a settlement mostly in Byzantine period, doubtless. In this period, increasing invasions forced local residents to build underground cities for protection and religious purposes. Certainly the most interesting features of the Cappadocia area are the underground cities founded within. Until now even that have been determined about 40 underground cities just six of these have been opened for visit. Nobody can know how many underground cities there are in the Cappadocia area. Some say that there is one for every village and settlement in the region but certainly not all of the sites can be described as cities. Well known underground cities of Cappadocia area are Tatlarin Underground city Derinkuyu Underground City, Ozkonak Underground City, Mazi Village Underground City, Kaymakli Underground City and Gaziemir Underground City The first inhabitants of Cappadocia area have opened deep cavities within the volcanic rocks due to escape from the attacks of the wild animals and hard winter conditions and then they have enlarged these cavities according to their daily needs, they opened new cavities and created the underground cities connecting these cavities with tunnel and labyrinths. Later the underground cities were the place of the hiding of the first Christians who escaped from the persecution of the Roman soldiers and were enlarged to able when were necessary an entire city to live and every kind of fixture necessary for the living of the people has been attached. When there wasn't any danger the people living on the ground in case of the danger have hidden in the underground cities. For this reason all the homes at that time were connected to the underground cities with a tunnel. In all of the underground cities there are ventilation chimneys reaching place by place to a depth of 80 and until the underground waters. These chimneys were opened due to meet the need of both the ventilation and water. Within the cities that are tepid in winters and cool in summers there are kitchens, cribs, wine houses, depots for cereals, meeting saloons, toilets shortly every kind of living space necessary for living. Within all the cities there are locking stones which can be opened and closed only from inside against to the threats which may come from outside. The oldest ritten source about underground cities is the Anabasis named book of Xenophon (Written around B.C. 4). In the book is mentioned that the people living in Anatolia have caved their houses underground and that the houses are connected to each other with holes: "The houses were built underground; the entrances were like wells but they broadened out lower down. There were tunnels dug in the ground for the animals wkile the men went down by ladder. Inside the houses there were goats, sheep, cows and poultry with their young..."


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13.05.2013

Uchisar / Cappadocia It is on the Nevsehir-Goreme roadway. There is not known the period of the commencement of the oldest settlement at Uchisar which is situated in the highest point of the region. The hill of the castle of Uchisar is the panoramic watching point. The many rooms, steps, tunnel and galleries inside the castle are connected to each other. At the entrance of the rooms there are sliding stones used to control the accesses and exits. On the chimney rock and outskirts of the castle and around there has been constructed many dovecotes. The doves were used in communication with the other settlement regions. Says as legend dwarf had been lived at the Uchisar because of the very narrow passages in the castle. There are three tombs top of the castle.


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13.05.2013

Ortahisar / Cappadocia Ortahisar is situated on Nevsehir Urgup roadway far with 6 km from Ürgüp. Its most pronounced structure is the Castle of Ortahisar situated at a 86 m height cave in the period of Eti. The castle has been used strategically and for accommodation. At the outskirts of the castle there are available the samples of the civil architecture characteristic to Cappadocia. Furthermore in the stores of the rocks cave in almost the entire valley there are stored the agricultural products grown in the zone. It is an attractive town with its natural beauty and historical features. The valley contending the Kavak, Ibrahim Pasa and Ortahisar regions is reaching to the Valley of Damsa Rivers. The places near to the Damsa River of this valley are named Üzengi River. It is a place with natural features as mineral water. In the middle of Ortahisar there is a castle as a huge chimney rock. The foreign peoples also call this castle as Chateau. The inside parts are caved. It has got the rooms and saloons. Moreover around the town there are many churches. In Ortahisar the housed are raise step by step to the castle. The natural beauties, the old historic structures and the interesting citrus gardens near to the Göreme rock stones provide that the tourist to be attracted here. In the valley of Ortahisar there are very interesting abbeys and churches. These are Sarica Church, Cambazli Church, Tavsanli Church, Balkan Rive Churches, Hallac River Abbey. The Ethnography Museum where the life of Cappadocia is described has been opened at Ortahisar.


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13.05.2013

Derinkuyu / Cappadocia Derinkuyu is situated on Nevsehir-Nigde roadway at 30 km in south region of Nevsehir. The history of the district of Derinkuyu named as Melagobia (Malakopi) which was meaning in the period of Eti the hard living is very old. In the district there are many underground cities and churches. As all of the underground cities from region of Cappadoccia it was the first place where the Christians have hidden. It has been used as hiding and refuge place at the time of wars occurred in the zone in the different periods of the history. The Derinkuyu Underground City with seven floors and depth of 85 mt has the dimensions of a city able to shelter thousands of persons. Inside there are found food stores, kitchens, stalls, churches, wine production places, ventilation chimneys, water wells and a missionary school.


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13.05.2013

Ihlara / Cappadocia The volcanic eruption of Hasandagi led to tectonic movements that left the surface of the region covered with a layer of volcanic rock. The same volcanic activity led to pressure and heat being put upon the limestone causing it to crack and create naturally spouting springs of hot water, these can be seen at the Ziga Thermal Springs between Ihlara and Yaprakhisar. The structural characteristics of the region due to volcanic eruption produced tufa outcrops which were moulded by wind, erosion and other natural phenomena and created the strange and colorful Fairy Chimneys that are also encountered at Selime and Yaprakhisar. The tectonic movoments produced tufa rock that in some places is soft and in others is coloured grey, green and brown. Huge areas of crumbling rock completely covered the area in its debris. The Ihlara valley alogside the melendiz River is a result of this disintegration that created a canyon with a deep base. The fast flowing river is in places between 100 and 200 m deep and it divides the valley into two; it continues towards Aksaray with the name Ulunmak until reaches Tuz Golu (Salt Lake). Aksaray Province of Cappadocia region was an important religious centre in Christianity's very earliest days. Founders of orders like Basilof kayseri and Greegory of Nazianos lived here in the 4th century. A different set of monastic rules than the system used in Egypt ad Syria was determined here. Although the monks in Egypt and Syria cut themselves off from relationships with the wordly things the monks under Basil and Gregory did not. The birthplace for this concept was Belisirma. Gregory, offering a new explanation for the Holy Trinity, brought about a debate concering the divinity of Christ. His ideas prevailed at the Council of Iznik. Thus an innovator became a saint for the the rock region of Belisirma, Ihlara and Gelveri where Gregory lived. With the defensive castles of Mount Hasan providing defence against Arab invasions the churces were able to continue in peaceful worship. The Ihlara Valley has protected these rock-cut dwellings ad churhes with frescoes and they come down to us a unique historical treasury. These frescoed churches and dwellings easily carved into rock from the early years of Christianity are scattered all along the way from Ihlara to Selime through the Ihlara valley. Ihlara valley has been formed at an approximate depth of 150 due that the erosion made by Melendiz river coming from the mountains of Melendiz to the volcanic rocks. Due that the richness of the watering possibility and its hidden form and easily to hide structure it was the first settlement place of the first Christians escaping from the Roman soldiers In the Ihlara Valley there are hundreds of antic churches caved in the volcanic rocks. The most known Ihlara valley churches are Agacalti Church with cross plan, Sümbüllü Church, Pürenliseki Church, Kokar Church, Yilanli Church, Karagedik Church, Kirkdamatli Church, Direkli Church, Ala Church, Kemerli Church and Egritas Church.


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12.05.2013

Zelve / Cappadocia Zelve, is on the Göreme - Avanos roadway after Ürgüp. It has been settled at abrupt and north outskirts of Ak Hill with distance of 1 km from Pasa Bonds. The Zelve Oren Place formed from three valleys is the place having the most intensive chimney rocks formed in the volcanic tufas. The chimneys rocks from the valley are with sharpen ends and large trunks. Furthermore there are many settlements places in the volcanic tufas used for hiding by the first Christians trying to escape from the Roman soldiers. In these settlement places there are many abbeys and churches. The church named Direkli Church from the outskirts of the valley belongs to the first years of abbey life from Zelve. The relief crosses preferred in the trimmings of the churches are mostly iconoclastic. The most important churches of the valley are Balikli, Üzümlü and Geyikli Churches dated before this period. In the valley other than the churches there are found accommodation places, tunnel opened to the two valleys, mill, mosques and dovecotes.


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12.05.2013

Avanos / Cappadocia Avanos taking place at 18 km in the north of center of Nevsehir has been settled on the coast of the Kizilirmak River. Its name from antique periods is Venessa. The most important feature of the region is the manufacture of clay jugs, biscuits, and jars. The jar makers continuing since the period of the Hittites are still continuing their traditions. At the archeological diggings made in the Zank Mound near the town Sarilar of Avanos there has been discovered the ruins belonging to the different culturs from the Old Bronze Age and until to Late Roman Period. Sarihan which is 5 km far away from Avanos is one of the most beautiful examples of the classical Seljuk architecture. At Sarihan which in our days is used as a touristy place every night are made Mevlevi ceremonies. You can join pottery workshop with master potters Chez Hakan or another master Chez Baris in Avanos. We recommend both of them. Chez Hakan adress is Yukari mah. Firin sok. No:21 Avanos Tel:511 25 42 Chez Baris adress is PTT karsisi Avanos Tel: 511 21 65 In particular we recommend to eat "Comlek Kebabi" in Avanos.


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12.05.2013

Goreme / Cappadocia Göreme which have the old names of Korama, Matiana and Maccan is 10 km far away from the center of Nevsehir province. The valley created from volcanic rocks is famous with the chimney rocks resulting from the erosion made by the natural factors to these rocks and with the historical richness. It has been an important religious place together with the intensive emigration of the first Christians escaping from the pressure of the Roman soldiers. The population escaped from the pressures has made many abbeys, churches and houses in the volcanic rocks from the valley where they were able to hidden easily. In our days in Goreme are found Elmali Church, Saint Barbara Church, Carikli Church, Tokali Church and Hidden Church and all of these are Goreme Open Air Museums. In the churches there are scenes from the life of Jesus, descriptions of the saints who written the Bible and pictures of Saint Barbara and Saint Georgius. Urgup / Cappadocia Ürgüp which has been established at the outskirts of the hill named as hill of whishes founded at 20 km in north of Nevsehir province in one of the first settlement areas of Cappadocia region. In the Byzantine period has been called as Osiana, Hagios, Prokopios, in the period of Seljuks as Bashisar and in the period of Ottomans as Burgut Castle. Until the first years of the Republic was called Ürgüp. Ürgüp was the patriarchate center of the Cappadocia region. The Üzümlü Church, Cambazli Church and Sarica Church in Ortahisar which was one of the villages of Ürgüp are the oldest rock churches from the region. Furthermore and Tavsanli Church and Church of Saint Basileious are the spectacular places. Ürgüp which has got the famous cave hotels, wines and hand made carpets is the most important tourism center of the Cappaddocia Region. The old cave houses were restored as a touristy cave hotel without damaging their historic structure. Among the cave hotels some of the cave have been restores as distraction place as discos and bars.