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Welcome to Turkey! Arrive Istanbul and transfer to hotel in Sultanahmet. Rest of day free.
After breakfast in your hotel, there is a half day guided tour which includes 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. Rest of the day is free.
A short visit to St. Sophia the cathedral built by Emperor Justinian in 537 which was the largest church in Christendom for a thousand years,and afterwards it is time for a Bosphorus cruise, seeing the border between the two continents. Disembark at Sariyer, approaching the Black sea. Transfer back to your hotel.
This morning we will take you to the Grand Bazaar and the Spice Bazaar. Rest of the day is free.
After breakfast, we will transfer you to Ataturk Airport for the flight to Izmir. Upon arrival, we will check you into the hotel.
Today we start the day visiting The Great ancient site of Asia Minor , Ephesus with its temples, library, market, and spectacular Theatre. We continue to the Virgin Mary’s cottage and the Temple of Diana.
Today we drive to Pergamum, visit the Acropolis which is embellished with beautiful Monuments, Temple of Trojan and the ancient Theatre. We also visit the ancient Roman Medical centre of Asklepion
After breakfast we will depart for Bodrum. On arrival we will check you into the hotel and the rest of the day is at leisure.
We will transfer you to Bodrum airport in time for the flight to Istanbul. Upon arrival we will pick you up and transfer you to your hotel for the evening.
Sadly your last day with us with your departure airport transfer.
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