Day 1

Meet at the airport Transfer to your hotel. You will be given your room key and the rest of the day is yours to explore Istanbul. Overnight in Istanbul.

Day 2

Pick up from your hotel for the day tour of old Istanbul city. Visit Topkapi Palace The great palace of the Ottoman sultans, Sultan Ahmet Imperial Mosque. Across from St. Sophia built in the 16th century by the architect Mehmet, is known as the Blue Mosque because of its magnificent interior decoration of blue Iznik tiles. Visit Hippodrome, the scene of chariot races, After lunch visit Grand Bazaar with more than 4,000 shops with each trade having its own area.

Day 3

After breakfast depart for the Bosporus Cruise tour. Enjoy a magical Istanbul Bosporus Boat Cruise and Grand Spice Bazaar. Tour starting at 08:30. Enjoy the array of sites you can see from the boat including GRAND SPICE BAZAAR. BOSPHORUS BY BOAT a traditional excursion by boat along the waterway separating Europe and Asia. Lunch break at the Turkish restaurant. After lunch depart for Istanbul Ataturk airport for a domestic flight to Izmir. Transfer from the airport and check in to your hotel in Kusadasi. overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 4

Departure from hotel fully guided tour of Ephesus, one of the best-preserved ancient sites in the world en-route, visiting the Temple of Artemis, Curetes street, famous Roman baths, Celsius Library, Grand theatre and House of the Virgin Mary. Lunch break around 13:00pm. After lunch, we will do a Turkish Village Tour. Sirince’s construction style today belongs to Anatolian Greeks. The houses on the slope are all original with their white paints. Sirince Village also has a fantastic reputation for making some of the best wines in Turkey – especially fruit wines. We will visit the vineyards Overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 5

At 08:30 we depart for Pamukkale. It is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. Ruins there include a well-preserved theater and a necropolis with sarcophagi that stretch for 2km. The Antique Pool is famous for its submerged Roman columns, the result of an earthquake. Afterward, we shall visit the calcium terraces of Pamukkale (cotton castle) and the ruins of Hierapolis, then walk around this natural phenomenon and have the option of lying in the waters of the natural springs. After the Pamukkale tour comes back to Kusadasi. Overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 6

After breakfast, we depart for Izmir Airport for our domestic flight to Cappadocia. Transfer from Kayseri airport to your hotel. The rest of the day is yours to explore Cappadocia. Cappadocia, a semi-arid region in central Turkey, is known for its distinctive “fairy chimneys,” tall, cone-shaped rock formations clustered in Monks Valley, Göreme, and elsewhere. Other notables sites include Bronze Age homes carved into valley walls by troglodytes (cave dwellers) and later used as refuges by early Christians. The 100m-deep Ihlara Canyon houses numerous rock-face churches. Overnight in Cappadocia.

Day 7

You will be picked up at approximately 09:30 We will drive you to Ozkonak Underground City, one of the best-preserved Underground cities in Cappadocia. Then visit Uchisar Castle, the highest point of Cappadocia. After Uchisar, you visit Goreme Open Air Museum, It is famous for frescoes dating to the 10th century describing the life of Jesus Christ and monks. The next stop is Cavusin, which is an abandoned village with old cave Greek houses. Then you go to Pasabagi where you can see three-headed fairy chimneys. The next stop is Devrent Valley, which is also called Imagination Valley, where you can see natural rock formations Last stop is Three Beauties, three beautiful fairy chimneys with their hats, which is the symbol of Cappadocia. This tour will end at approximately 18:00 and you will be returned back to your hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 8

Today we depart for Kayseri Airport for our domestic flight to Istanbul and then back to home.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges for Croatia & Slovenia ( Schengen )
  • Overseas medical insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • All transfers on SIC


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: Republic of Turkey,
Capital City: Ankara
Time Zone: + 3 GMT & – 2 Hours 30 Minutes ISD
Language: Turkish, Kurmanji, Arabic and Zazaki are other ethnic languages. English is widely spoken.
Religion: Islam But it is officially a secular country
Currency: Turkish lira
ROE: 1 USD approximately makes 5.77. TRY which is 12 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: The coastal areas of Turkey bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea have a hot-summer Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild to cool, wet winters. The coastal areas of Turkey bordering the Black Sea have a temperate Oceanic climate with warm, wet winters and cool to cold, wet summers.
Shopping: Turkish Carpets & Rugs, Turkish Delights, Tea, Glasses, Nargile Pipes, The Blue Evil Eye of Turkey, Turkish Mosaic Lamps, Gold, Ceramics, spices, Copper, Turkish Coffee, Leather, Lemon Colognes.
ISD Code: +90
Airport: There are currently 57 airports in Turkey. main are Istanbul Airport , Ankara Airport , Antalya Airport , Izmir , Delaman , Adana , Kayseri Airport
Indian Restaurants:
Delhi Darbar indian Restaurant- Sıraselviler Cd. No:37, 34433 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey
Dubb Indian Restaurant -Alemdar, İncili Çavuş Sk. No:10, 34110 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey
Akdeniz Mahallesi Mövenpick Hotel içi, Cumhuriyet Blv No:138, 35210
Yaşam Vegan Café -Alsancak, 1484. Sk. 8 A, 35220 Konak/İzmir, Turkey


The name of the country Turkey may come from Turchia, which is the word Italian observers used to refer to Anatolia—Turkey’s Asian portion—as early as the 12th century.
Turkey has the third-highest number of Facebook users in the world, with 14 million users, after the U.S. and U.K.
Istanbul’s Kapalıçarşı, or Grand Bazaar, maybe the world’s largest outdoor market, with 64 streets, 4,000 shops, and 25,000 workers. It also may be one of the oldest, having been built in the 15th century on the order of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror.
The first Christian church to be built by man—the Cave Church, or Grotto, of St. Peter—was built between A.D. 1098 and 1268 in Antioch, Turkey
Santa Claus, also known as St. Nicholas, was born in Patara, Turkey, in the 3rd century A.
While nearly all of the Turkish population is Muslim, Turkey is not officially a Muslim country. Turkey has officially been a secular nation since 1927
The stones found at Göbekli Tepe in Turkey in 1994 mark it as the world’s first temple and one of the most important archaeological sites ever discovered.
Istanbul is the world’s only city spanning two continents. Three percent is in Europe and 97% in Asia. The part that lies in Asia is called Anatolia


Indian National requires a Turkish visa to travel to Turkey. Indian citizens need to apply for a Turkish visa. Visa is issued by the consulate of Turkey located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required

Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa

Do remove shoes or sandals before you go inside any of the mosques in Turkey. Do wear modest clothing, meaning Do dress appropriately.
Do be aware of the month of Ramadan. This is the Islamic month of fasting when devout Muslims refrain from eating and drinking from dawn until dusk. Avoid eating in public during the day, as a sign of respect.
Don’t get into an argument about football with the locals.
Don’t buy stones or fossils.-They are considered cultural artifacts, and it’s illegal to export them.
Don’t take pictures of people without asking permission.
Don’t do PDA’s -Do remember that public displays of affection are not considered appropriate in Turkey.
Do remember that alcohol abstinence is encouraged in Muslim countries, including Turkey. A glass of wine is tolerable but drunkenness is not.
Do be aware that smoking is common in Turkish cafes and restaurants. It would be rude to ask others to refrain from lighting up in this
Turkey tipping is customary for good service.

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