Classic Turkey Tour

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Pickup offered

Will pick you up from your accommodation.

Total Price: $ 699

Classic Turkey Tour

Discover the Classics of Turkey on this 8-day tour, which includes visits to Istanbul, Ephesus, Pamukkale and Cappadocia. Breakfasts, accommodation, domestic flights and much more included. Prepare to be amazed by this experience.

Welcome to Turkey! Upon your arrival at Istanbul Airport you will be transferred in a VIP vehicle with your luggage to your hotel. Then the package tour will begin.

Upon your arrival at Istanbul Airport you will be greeted by an expert guide with a VIP vehicle to transport you to your hotel. After this, the tour will begin.

  • Visit the stunning Blue Mosque, fascinating Hagia Sophia and amazing Topkapi Palace in Istanbul
  • See the most well known sights of Ephesus (The House of Virgin Mary, The Temple of Artemis, Isabey Mosque and Ancient City of Ephesus)
  • Marvel at the remarkable white paradise of Pamukkale and the ancient ruins of Hierapolis
  • Admire the spectacular Fairy Chimneys and trek in unique valleys in Cappadocia.

At the end of your tour, check out from your hotel and relax in a private transfer to Istanbul airport for your flight back home.


  • All Domestic Flight Tickets
  • Airport Transportations
  • Accommodations
  • Entrance Fees
  • Professional Licensed Tour Guide
  • Lunch
  • Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
  • All Local Taxes


  • Personal Expenses
  • Drinks


The first human settlement in Goreme open-air museum dates back to the first and second century AD. Christian communities lived in caves to escape persecution until Christianity was declared the official religion of Rome. Once Rome became Christian these communities continued to live in caves, accepting of the difficulties of this environment, as it brought them closer to God. During a Cappadocia tour you will learn more about the beautiful region of Cappadocia as well as its cultural and historical significance.

Hagia Sophia

In the year of 532 AD the construction of the biggest church in the world commenced. The architects of Hagia Sophia came from the lands of Ionia; Antemius from Tralleis and Isidoros from city of genius Miletos. The church completed after five years of construction opened on the 27th December 532 and was the largest Christian church of the Byzantine Empire (Eastern Roman Empire). The church was dedicated to the Holy Wisdom, the Logos, and the second person of the Trinity. After the Fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Empire in 1453 it was converted to a mosque by Mehmed the Conqueror. Hagia Sophia remained a mosque until 1931 before re-opening years later as a museum to be preserved and shared as a historical meeting point for two religions. In 2020 Hagia Sophia once again was used as a mosque but remains open to the public as an important and protected site for all. This beautiful monument, and one of the cities most popular and inspiring attractions can be seen by booking a tour of Istanbul.

Ephesus Ancient City

The ancient city of Ephesus, first inhabited during the Bronze Age, followed by the Greeks and Roman Empire, was a port city, once considered the most important in the Roman Empire. Ephesus, home to over 250,000 inhabitants was an important trade route along the Mediterranean, and the centre of creativity and culture. Famously home to philosophers, artists, teachers and creatives alike and known as a city where men and women had equal rights. A city built from marble, and one of the most well preserved archaeological sites in Turkey. Visitors come to admire its history, advanced technology and architecture, as well as its connections to early Christianity as one of the Seven Churches of the Revelation. Visitors to the Ephesus may visit the largest amphitheatre in the ancient world, which hosted over 25,000 people, the Goddess Nike, Hadrian’s Gate, Library of Celsus (the third largest library in the Roman world), Marble Road, Roman baths and Harbour Street the Ephesus grand boulevard.

We do have special discount for +6 people. Please contact with our travel agent from chat to recieve 15% discount.

Reviews from our clients

It was one of the best tour I ve ever been!

Especially, our guide was so lovely. I love how well organized was everything!

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