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Today you will be picked up at 07:30am from the Rast Hotel and we drive to Gallipoli and visit The World War I open air museum, Anzac Cove, Lone Pine Cemetery, Johnston’s jolly (Turkish and Allied Trenches and tunnels), The Nek, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial. Anzac Cove , Nek , Lone Pine and 57.th regiment memorial and the war museum, cross the Dardanelles.
Today we drive to Selcuk via Pergamum with the remainder of the day free at your leisure.
This morning drive to the ancient city of Ephesus where you will explore some of the best preserved theatres, fountains and buildings in the world. A definite must while in Turkey!
Today we drive to Oludeniz with the remainder of the day free at your leisure.
Today you have the opportunity to enjoy a shared charted gullet '12 Island boat cruise' (we generally use the Kardesler boat company, however please be advised this may change).
Today we drive to Cappadocia with the remainder of the day free at your leisure.
After breakfast you will be having a full day excursion in Cappadocia including visits to the Kaymakli Underground City, Open Air Museum in Goreme to see the best examples of Byzantine art in Cappadocia in rock-cut churches with frescoes and paintings and natural fortress in Uchisar.
Today we take a walk in Ihlara Canyon, a "mirage" in the Steps of Anatolia up to Belisirma village, the ancient Peristrema: "Valley of the Sky" along the Melendiz River. Stop by Selime, a village with cave houses at the end of the canyon as "moon" like landscape will welcome you. Later this afternoon we return to your hotel.
This morning we depart for Ankara, we will visit Mausoleum of Ataturk and its Museum. The exhibits are displayed chronologically beginning witha collection of stone utensils for daily usedating from the Paleolithic period and semi-precious jewels from the 6th millennium. Continue to Istanbul and arrive in the evening where you have your own arrangements.
The earliest settle of Kusadasi dates back to the Leleges people in 3000BC and all through the ages, Kusadasi was ...