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Explore the remains of Aphrodisias, the city dedicated to the goddess of love and home to a school of sculpture that was known throughout the ancient world.Sculptural reliefs still adorn many of the buildings.Stop at a leather factory in Selcuk to attend a fashion show and to learn more about Turkish leather. Photo stop at the Fountain of Sultan Ahmet the 3rd and explore Saint Sophia, the masterpiece of Byzantine architecture dating back to the VIth century.After lunch, visit the Blue Mosque covered by more than 20.000 Iznik tiles and continue with the Roman Hippodrome where the char races used to take place.(BLD) Day 6 Sun: Ephesus In the morning, visit the antique city with Hadrian Temple, Celsius Library, theatre and the marble streets as well as the terrace houses reflecting the life of roman citizens.After lunch, climb up the Coressos Hill to visit the chapel believed to be the house where Mother Mary spent the last days of her life. (BLD) Day 7 Mon: Sirince – Aphrodisas – Pamukkale Proceed to Karacasu to discover one of the most colourful street markets of the region.
(BL) Day 5 Sat: Assos – Pergamon – Sirince Descend Ida Mountains to reach the Aegean Sea.
Explore Saint Sophia, one of the marvels of Byzantine architecture. 3: Istanbul-Ankara (B, L, D) Free time in the historical Spice Market to feel the exotism of the Orient. 10: Istanbul - Departure (B) Transfer to Istanbul Ataturk Airport for your onward flight. 1: Istanbul - Arrival Arrive to Istanbul and transfer to your hotel. 2: Istanbul (B, L) Visit Topkapi Palace, the largest and oldest of the remaining palaces where Ottoman Sultans used to live; admire the gardens, kitchens, the treasury section as well as terraces overlooking the Bosphorus and the Golden Horne. 4: Istanbul - Cappadocia (B, L, D) Transfer to the airport. Istanbul, Assos, Gallipoli, Pergamon, Ephesus, Pamukkale, Konya, Cappadocia.
Visit the Blue Mosque covered by more than 20.000 Iznik tiles and the Roman Hippodrome. In the afternoon, discover the handcrafts of Anatolia and shop in the labyrinth tunnels of the Grand Bazaar. Enjoy a langourous boat trip along the European and Asian coasts of the Bosphorus. In the afternoon, cross the Bosphorus Bridge and proceed to Ankara. 4: Ankara-Cappadocia (B, L, D) Visit to Archeological museum of Ankara, with its unique collection including Paleolithic, Neolithic, Hattie, Hittite, Phrygian, Urartian and Roman works and Lydian treasures. Check-in to your hotel in Cappadocia, dinner and overnight. 8: Izmir – Pergamon – Troy - Çanakkale (B, L, D) Proceed to Pergamon, the city where parchment was invented. Explore Saint Sophia, one of the marvels of Byzantine architecture. 3: Istanbul(B, L) Free time in the historical Spice Market to feel the exotism of the Orient. Day 1 Tue: Istanbul Arrival transfer from Istanbul airport to Sura Haghia Sophia Hotel.
Explore its many Greco-Roman remains including a stadium, which once sat 30,000 people and the Temple of Aphrodite, which was later converted into a Christian basilica.
Follow the scenic road up to Babadag driving through small mountain villages and arrive to Pamukkale, popularly known as the 'cotton castle'.