Turkish Delight

Istanbul, Turkey

Day 1: Arrive Antalya

After arrival to Istanbul, directly we fly to Antalya. After a short flight about one hour, we reach the city called as Pearl of Mediterrenean : Antalya.

When you arrive to Antalya, our guide will meet you and transfer to your hotel to freshen up and relax.

You are free in the evening to take fresh air in this soft weather & bright blue sky.

Dinner and Overnight at the hotel in Antalya .

Day 2: Antalya City Tour

After breakfast we leave the hotel for having a joyful visit in the city.

Antalya is the Turkey’s biggest international sea resort, located on the Turkish Riviera. In 2012, the city became the third most visited city in the world by number of international arrivals, ranking behind Paris and London. The reason of being so popular; apart its huge and rich history dated back 3rd century in BC, it offers unrivaled natural beauties at all sides.

Old Town; is the picturesque old quarter in the city center of present day Antalya. With its narrow winding streets and historic wooden houses, bars, restaurants and Ottoman-style boutique hotels, it’s a lovely place to wander around.

Duden Waterfalls; makes a pleasant side trip from Antalya and its surrounding gardens are a popular picnic spot with locals. The Duden river extends from the Taurus mountains all the way to the Mediterranean and creates two cascades know as the Upper and Lower Duden Waterfalls.

The Upper Duden waterfall is 15m (49ft) high and 20m (65ft) wide and set in a pretty valley. A natural cave has formed behind the falls and it is possible to sit here and watch the cascades. There are restaurants, boardwalks and picnic tables in the gardens immediately surrounding the falls to help you make the most of this scenic spot.

Dinner and Overnight at the hotel in Antalya

Day 3: Derive from Antalya to Cappadocia

After Breakfast at the hotel we leave hotel early in the morning to drive Cappadocia via Taurus Mountains; mountain range and a great chain running parallel to the Mediterranean coast. Scattered forests of pine, cedar, oak, and juniper are found on the slopes up to 8,000 feet will amaze you.

On the way to our first stop Konya, you will see many small villages where authentic Turkish life style is so live.
Konya; is equivalent of the ‘Bible Belt’ and treads a delicate path between its historical significance as the home town of the whirling dervish orders and a bastion of Seljuk culture, and its modern importance as an economic boom town. The city derives considerable charm from this juxtaposition of old and new.

We will be passing through this Turkey’s finest and most characteristic sight by making a short stop over at Mevlana Museum (No enterance); the former lodge of whirling dervishes.

Celaleddin Rumi, the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum, produced one of the world’s great mystic philosophers. His poetry and religious writings, mostly in Persian, the literary language of the day, are among the most beloved and respected in the Islamic world. Rumi later became known as Mevlâna (Our Guide) to his followers.

We will reach Cappadocia in the late evening with peaceful feelings.

Dinner and Overnight in Cappadocia

Day 4: Cappadocia City Tour

Day 5: Cappadocia to Istanbul by flight

After breakfast, it is time to say Good-Bye this peaceful city.
We drive to airport for your Istanbul flight and our proffesioanl guide will meet you at the airport in Istanbul.
Now it is time to leave yourself to the rythem of the city which has ruled 3-Empires since 660 BC.
You are free in the afternoon

Overnight in Istanbul

Day 6: Istanbul City Tour

After breakfast, we leave the hotel for Half-Day city tour ;

We will get off the bus near by main square of Sultanahmet to visit heritage relics.
The Hippodrome was once the heart of Constantinople’s political and sporting life, and the scene of games and riots through 500 years of Ottoman history. Today it is a city park called the At Meydani (Horse Grounds) because of its function in Ottoman times. The Hippodrome includes the 3500-year-old Egyptian granite Obelisk, brought to Constantinople by Emperor Theodosius in 390 AD from Old Delhi.

Blue Mosque; is one of the most famous monuments in both the Turkish and Islamic worlds, the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (also known as the Blue Mosque) is a superb example of classical Ottoman architecture. The mosque has six towering minarets, very rarely found, and 260 windows illuminating its vast main chamber, which is decorated with more than 20,000 Iznik tiles.

Grand Bazaar; is in operation since the 14th century and it is one of the world’s largest covered markets with 58 streets and over 4,000 shops inside. The bazaar is specially known for its jewelry, leather, pottery, spices and carpets. (Please note it’s closed on Sunday; additional time will be spent at the other locations like Spice Market.)

Our tour will end at noon time in the city. Our coach will drop you back to your hotel or you have chance to have optional tour in the afternoon for interior visits to important museums and palaces.

Overnight in Istanbul (B)

Day 7: Fly back home

After breakfast you have free time at leisure until your departure time.
Our guide and coach will pick you from your hotel to transfer to the airport for your flight back home.

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* Stay in Antalya for 2 nights, Cappadocia for 2 nights and Istanbul for 2 nights
* Stay in 3 star hotels
* 2 nights Antalya accommodation
* 2 nights Cappadocia accommodation
* 2 nights Istanbul accommodation

* Excludes return trip flight from New Delhi to Istanbul
* Exclude airport transfers

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