"Welcome to a vast nation that is diverse, beautiful and fascinating."
Take in the wonders of Istanbul, the natural treasures of Pamukkale and Cappadocia, and the historical monuments of Troy, Ephesus and Mount Nemrut.
This fabulous journey encompasses Turkey's many highlights. The comprehensive tour travels from the Byzantine capital, through Anatolia, to the Black Sea coast, before ending in the far eastern regions. Enjoy sightseeing in stunning Istanbul before exploring the unique landscapes of Pamukkale and Cappadocia.
Fly to Istanbul with Turkish Airlines.
Morning tour of Istanbul, including Hagia Sofia, a church built in the 6th century.
Morning drive to Canakkale. Tour of the Gallipoli battlefield, scene of the aborted Allied invasion of 1915.
Depart from Canakkale and drive to Izmir, stopping en route to visit Troy.
Morning drive to the ruins of Hierapolis and the travertine terraces and hot springs at Pamukkale.
Drive to Aphrodisias, one of the most beautiful classical sites in Turkey.
Morning tour of Epesus, once the capital of Roman Asia Minor.
In the morning, transfer to Izmir for a flight to Cappadocia via Istanbul.
Full-day tour of the region, visiting the Unesco world heritage sites of Goreme National Park and Kaymakli.
Drive to Adana, visiting the 10th-century Eskigumus monastery.
Morning visits to the second-century Roman bridge and the six minaret Sabanci Central mosque.
Drive from Gaziantep to Sanliurfa, via Halfeti, best known for its black coloured roses.
Formerly a large city on the eastern trade routes, Harran is now celebrated for its conical houses.
Drive from Sanliurfa to Mount Nemrut, via the Ataturk dam, a marvel of modern engineering.
Morning drive to Mardin, via Diyarbakir. Situated close to the Togris river, Diyarbakir is the largest city in south-east Turkey.
Morning tour of the city, including the Sabanci Museum, the monastery and the city museum.
Morning drive from Mardin to Van.
Morning visit to the ruined Urartian fortress of Cavustepe, followed by a tour of Hosap Castle.
Morning drive to Dogubeyazit, stopping en route to view the Muradiye waterfall.
Drive to Dogubeyazit to Kars with a visit en route to Ani.
Morning tour of Kars Castle. Drive to Erzurum through the region's tea plantations.
Drive to Trabzon, stopping at the Sumela monastery complex en route to see its frescoes.
Morning drive to Amasya. View the rock tombs of the Pontic Kings.
Drive to Ankara, stopping en route at Unesco-listed Bogazkale.
Morning visit to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations before flying back to Heathrow.
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