(BLD) Day 6 Sun: Ephesus In the morning, visit the antique city with Hadrian Temple, Celsius Library, theatre and the marble streets as well as the terrace houses reflecting the life of roman citizens.After lunch, climb up the Coressos Hill to visit the chapel believed to be the house where Mother Mary spent the last days of her life. (BLD) Day 7 Mon: Sirince – Aphrodisas – Pamukkale Proceed to Karacasu to discover one of the most colourful street markets of the region.
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Short stop in the Mausoleum of Kemal Atatürk, founder and first president of the Turkish Republic. 5: Cappadocia (B, L, D) Entire day to enjoy the natural beauty and the cultural depth of this unique region : explore the frescoed interiors of Goreme's cave churches, which date from the 8th century, take a walk in Avcilar, Pasabagi and the valley of Dervent where you will admire the chimney like volcanic formations and a brief photo stop at Uchisar. 7: Pamukkale – Ephesus - Izmir (B, L, D) Discover the ancient city of Hierapolis and enjoy the unique splendor of its cascading, hot springs in Pamukkale. Visit the Acropolis offering breathtaking views over the valley and discover the remains of the most impressive Hellenistic theater in Asia Minor. Visit the Blue Mosque covered by more than 20.000 Iznik tiles and the Roman Hippodrome. In the afternoon, discover the handcrafts of Anatolia and shop in the labyrinth tunnels of the Grand Bazaar. Enjoy a langourous boat trip along the European and Asian coasts of the Bosphorus. Day 2 Wed: Istanbul Stroll through Sogukcesme Street with typical wooden house which are now landmark buildings of ottoman architecture.
In the afternoon, discover the unique artifacts of Cappadocia such as pottery, onyx etc… 6: Cappadocia – Konya - Pamukkale (B, L, D) Drive through the Silk Road to Konya to visit the Whirling Dervishes Convent which is now the Mevlana Museum. Proceed to Ephesus and explore the antique city by wandering along its 2,000 year old marble streets to such famous sites as the theatre and the Celsus Library. After lunch, visit the legendary city of Troy, the site of one of the most famous wars of ancient times, immortalized in Homer’s Iliad. 9: Çanakkale - Dardanelles- Istanbul (B, L) Cross by ferry the Strait of Dardanelles and discover Gallipoli where the bloodiest battles of First World War took place. Arrive to Topkapi Palace, the largest and oldest of the remaining palaces where Ottoman Sultans used to live; admire the gardens, kitchens, the treasury section as well as terraces overlooking the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn.
Discover the handcrafts of Anatolia and shop in the labyrinth tunnels of the Grand Bazaar. (BL) Day 3 Thu: Istanbul – Bandirma – Assos Take the fast ferry to the south shore of Marmara Sea.
Arrive to Bandirma and proceed to Manyas Lake known with numerous bird species.
(Hagia Sophia is closed on Mondays and will be replaced by Underground Cistern; Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays) 3: Istanbul – Cappadocia (B) Transfer from your hotel to Istanbul Ataturk Airport, flight to Cappadocia.