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Welcome to Istanbul! Upon arriving you shall be transferred to the hotel where you have the rest of the day at leisure. Called Byzantium and later Constantinople, Istanbul is the only city to span two continents. It sits on the Bosphorus, the strait of water that divides the continents of Europe and Asia and encompasses the natural harbour, the Golden Horn. Its illustrious past leaves a rich legacy of churches, mosques, palaces and museums, complemented by the behemoth Grand Bazaar with over 6,000 shops, the aromatic Egyptian Spice Market and the colourful street life. Overnight - Arena Hotel
Today you shall go on full day guided sightseeing tour which shall include the Saint Sophia Basilica(Closed on Mon), ancient seat of Byzantine Church, The Blue Mosque, then Roman Hippodrome once used for Chariot races; Underground Cistern , finally the Grand Bazaar.(Closed on Sunday) Overnight - Arena Hotel
After breakfast, we will transfer you to Local Bus terminal and you will take the local bus at 08:30 for Nevşehir. Upon arriving in Nevşehir you shall be transferred to the hotel in Cappadocia for an Overnight stay. Overnight - Yusuf Yigitoglu
Depart from the hotel at 09.30-10.00 depending on the arrival time of the participants from the other hotels, for a tour with a hike through the Rose Valley with visits to the churches. Afterwards visit to the old Christian village of Cavusin. Stop for lunch near Pigeons Valley and then continue on to see the Kaymakli Underground City. You will also visit the Ortahisar natural rock castle as well. Overnight - Yusuf Yigitoglu
Today morning you have the opportunity to go on a Hot air balloon ride. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight - Yusuf Yigitoglu
After Breakfast , we will transfer you to Kayseri Airport for a domestic flight to Istanbul (not included in cost) from where you shall be able to take another flight to your next destination.
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