Istanbul’s history encompasses three major civilizations of the ancient world: Roman, Greek, and Byzantine, plus the johnny-come-lately Ottoman Empire. And, all that history is visible on almost every street corner with modern buildings built on top of ancient ruins and remnants of ancient walls lining today’s streets.
The Bosporus, a waterway famed in the ancient world, provides the backdrop to all that makes Istanbul Istanbul–exotic, Eastern, and yet Western, a magical skyline. Cappadocia’s landscape is hard to describe in physical terms. It’s often been described as a moonscape, so unusual with its conical rock outcrops, called fairy chimneys. It is also home to churches and chapels carved into the rocks, many decorated with extraordinary frescoes, and extensive underground cities, built to protect the early Christian inhabitants from invaders.
Note:- If the hotels above are not available at the time of booking, we will provide similar ones for our guests.
Hagia Sophia is closed on Mondays (between the first of November and April), Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesdays, and Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays. If your tour is on one of these days, Hagia Sophia or Topkapi Museum will be replaced with Chora Museum. Dolmabahce Palace is closed on Mondays and Thursdays. If your tour is on one of these days, Dolmabahce Palace will be replaced with Chora Museum.
The standard baggage allowance is 15 kg check-in baggage + 8 kg cabin baggage for domestic flights where available.
We can change the route, flights, and tour dates according to the client’s travel dates and international flight details.
If you arrive at Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen airport, please contact us for additional transfer rates.