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Welcome to Turkey! Arrive Istanbul and included transfer to our hotel. Spend the afternoon at leisure or head out to explore the city.
After breakfast in your hotel, there is a full day guided tour which includes St. Sophia, the cathedral built by Emperor Justinian in 537, which was the largest church in Christendom for a thousand years. The Byzantine Hippodrome with its various monuments including a 3500-year-old red granite obelisk brought from Egypt and erected here in 390 AD. The Ottoman Empire produced marvelous architecture and you'll see two of its finest works: Topkapi Palace, home of the sultans, and the famed Blue Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I. After all these sights, you'll venture into the labyrinthine Grand Bazaar.
Morning drive to Gallipoli. Today will be spent visiting the ANZAC Region, including Kabatepe Museum, Brighton Beach, ANZAC Cove, ANZAC Commerative Site, Ariburnu & Beach Cemetery, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston's Jolly (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels), The Nek and Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial. After a big day we drive to Canakkale to overnight.
Today, we you will visit the Helles Region, S-Beach and Turkish Monument. In the afternoon take a boad ride in Gallipoli.
After breakfast at the hotel, drive to legendary to Troy; the site where the legendary Trojan War took place. Crossing the legendary mountain Ida arrival to Pergamum visit Acropolis before travelling onto Kusadasi.
Morning visit to Ephesus, positively the best-preserved classical city in the eastern Mediterranean, and among the best places in the world to get a feel for what Roman life must have been like. Then drive to Bodrum. Overnight Bodrum - Sea Garden Bodrum (Mark Warner Resort)
Day at leisure in Bodrum. Overnight Bodrum - Sea Garden Bodrum (Mark Warner Resort)
Transfer to airport for flight to Istanbul, where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
Departure transfer to the airport.
The earliest settle of Kusadasi dates back to the Leleges people in 3000BC and all through the ages, Kusadasi was ...