Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Guided Round Tours Turkey Istanbul Bursa Blue Mosque inner

Istanbul Bursa

Guided round tours Turkey – Day1 Istanbul – Bursa   ( Lunch – Dinner) Guided round tours Turkey – Meet the tour guide and drive to Bursa. Before we arrive there we will stop for lunch at ‘Kofteci Yusuf’ restaurant. Their specialty is meat balls. When in Bursa we will visit the Green Mosque, Green Tomb, Grand Mosque and

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Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Customized Round Turkey Tours Turkish Riviera

Turkish Riviera

Customized round Turkey tours – Day1 Istanbul – Izmir – Ephesus   (Lunch,Dinner) Our Customized round Turkey tours start flying from Istanbul to Izmir. Pick up from the airport to visit the house of Virgin Mary – the shrine which is believed to have been the stone house, where the mother of Jesus lived until her Assumption.

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Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Turkey private round tour North Aegean

North Aegean

Turkey private round tour – Day 1 Istanbul   (Lunch,Dinner) Turkey private round tour – We start with “Old City” for full day tour including the Blue Mosque, famous for its blue tiles and unique with its six minarets built in the name of Sultan Ahmet I. Next, we will have a look at the Hippodrome

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Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Turkey customized sightseeing Cappadocia

Cappadocia

Turkey Customized Sightseeing – Day1 Istanbul – Kayseri – Cappadocia   (Lunch/Dinner) Take the flight from Istanbul Ataturk airport to Kayseri.  Drive to Cappadocia then tour to Kaymakli Underground City; one of the most interesting underground settlements in Cappadocia. Soganli Valley, an Open Air Museum in a wild natural setting near a typical Cappadocian village

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Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Customized guided Turkey tours Urfa Gobeklitepe

Urfa Gobeklitepe

Customized guided Turkey tours Gobekli Tepe World’s First Temple Predating Stonehenge by 6,000 years, Turkey’s stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization. It is only fifteen km from Urfa, an ancient city in southeastern Turkey, Klaus Schmidt has made one of the most startling archaeological discoveries of our time: massive

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Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Sightseeing Turkey tours Cappadocia Konya Pamukkale

Cappadocia Konya Pamukkale

Sightseeing Turkey Tours – Day 1 Istanbul – Kayseri – Cappadocia   (Lunch – Dinner) Sightseeing Turkey Tours- Take the flight from Istanbul Ataturk airport to Kayseri. Arrival and meeting at Kayseri airport just outside the arrival’s gate with a sign bearing your name and drive to Cappadocia then tour to Kaymakli Underground City, one of

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Istanbul Cappadocia  (Lunch, Dinner)

Guided tours Turkey start; first, we pick you up from your hotel and transfer to the airport. Then, we fly from Istanbul to Kayseri. After we arrive in Kayseri, we will visit the Devrent and Monks Valleys. We will enjoy the lunar landscape and the unique, striking fairy chimneys, known as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. Then we will continue on to the small village of Avanos. It is famous for clay pottery design. A short break for lunch and proceed our tour to Goreme Open-Air Museum – an exhibition of impressive churches which contain many examples of Byzantine frescoes. We carry on another 5 km away from Goreme in our guided tours Turkey; a magnificent panorama of the valleys is provided from the rock-perched castle of Uchisar. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Full Day Cappadocia Tour     (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will start the day with breakfast and then carry on with a hike through orchards and vineyards. Between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses we are in another impressive valley – the Rose and Red Valley. Then we will continue to the old Christian village of Cavusin – the home of two rock churches. The captivating beauty of the Pigeon Valley will take us back to the time when pigeons were used as message carriers. At that time the valley was named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Following lunch in a local restaurant we proceed to an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels and caves – Kaymakli Underground City. The last site to visit for the day is Ortahisar Castle and Mustafapasa village – an old Greek village. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

Cappadocia – Tarsus (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

After an early breakfast we get on the bus down to the south of Turkey, to Tarsus– the birthplace of St.Paul. There we will visit the Well of the Blessed Water. It is said to be at the side of St. Paul’s house, Cleopatra’s Gate (built in 2 AD by the order of Mark Anthony). Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Tarsus.Antakya (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)

We will have an early breakfast and leave for Antakya. It was known in the past as Antioch-on-Orantes, the third most important city in the old Roman Empire. Here Barnabas brought Paul to join in the congregation’s ministry for the first sustained efforts to bring gentiles into the Christian community, calling the first converts ‘Christians’. It was where Christians were first called thus. While in Antakya region we will visit the town of Samandag (“Straw Mountain”). It was once the ancient biblical port of Seleucia ad Pieria, serving Antioch. We will also see the Grotto of St. Peter – a little cave church where early Christians secretly met for prayer. Also, the Titus Water Tunnel and the exquisite Roman mosaics on display at the Mosaic Museum will be visited. Going back to Tarsus. Dinner and overnight in Tarsus.

Turkey sightseeing tours Antalya

Antalya Tour

Turkey sightseeing tours – Day 1 Istanbul Antalya   (Lunch, Dinner) Turkey sightseeing tours – Fly from Istanbul to Antalya. Visit the old city of Antalya “Kale Ici”, among the lovely Ottoman style houses great souvenir shops. After lunch From the harbour we will get a boat to experience the lovely water of Mediterranean. we will

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