Turkey Aegean Dream Package Tour covers to visit the Ancient cities of Aegean region and relax in Kusadasi and calcium terraces of Cotton-Castle (Pamukkale). You will depart from Istanbul by tour vehicle and discover Gallipoli, Troy, Pergamon, Kusadasi, Ephesus, Priene, Miletos, Didyma & Pamukkale. Also, you will have Kusadasi boat cruise for the Kusadasi bays to relax and enjoy. End of your tour program, you will flight ticket for back to Istanbul.

Day 1: Istanbul to Gallipoli Tour
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
06:30 am – Pick up right from your hotel or hostel and drive to the World War I Battlefields of Gallipoli.
We will have breakfast stop on the way and continue to drive to Eceabat via Tekirdag and Kesan.
11:45 Arrive at lunch stop in Eceabat. After the lunch, we start to the Gallipoli tour.
13:00 – 17:30 Fully Guided Gallipoli Battlefields Tour
Visiting;
– Beach Cemetery (John Simpson’s Grave)
– ANZAC Cove
– Ari Burnu (First ANZAC landing place)
– Johnston’s Jolly (Walk in the ANZAC trenches)
– Lone Pine Cemetery (Australian memorial)
– Turkish Memorial
– The Nek and Walker’s Ridge
– View Shrapnel Valley
– Chunuk Bair (Main New Zealand memorial)
17:30 pm – Gallipoli Tour ends. Transfer to hotel, check into the hotel.
Overnight in Eceabat or Canakkale.

Day 2: Troy & Pergamon Tour – Kusadasi
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Breakfast & Check out from the hotel.
08:30 am – Pick up from the hotel and drive to Troy Ancient City. Famous with legendary Trojan Horse from the times of Beautiful Helen, the Queen of Sparta, and Paris, the Trojan Princess After Troy tour we continue to Pergamon Ancient City.
13:00 We arrive at our lunch stop in Pergamon
14:00 Followed by a tour of Pergamon, a magnificent acropolis with one of the steepest
amphitheaters in the world. Its impressive temples, library, and medical facilities made it a renowned cultural and political center in its time. Now on display is the magnificent acropolis.
We continue drive toKusadasi (Ephesus). Check into the hotel. Overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 3: Kusadasi Boat Cruise
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
After breakfast, transfer to the boat. Sail around the most beautiful bays of the Aegean Sea, stopping off at bays along the way to swim and sunbathe. Discovering the nearby areas by Turkey’s indigenous sea-going vessel, the gulet, makes for a wonderful, relaxing day out. At the end of the boat tour, return transfer back to the hotel. Overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 4: Ephesus Tour
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Pick up from the hotel and drive to Ephesus Ancient City. You will have guided tour of Ephesus. Visit the ancient city of Ephesus. According to recent excavations, the site was occupied as early as the late Neolithic period and developed through the Bronze and Iron Ages. Temple of Artemis; The temple of Artemision is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. It has been built in the areas of Ephesus on a flat area which has over the centuries turned into a swamp. Virgin Mary House; It is the place where Mary may have spent her last days. Indeed, she may have come in the area together with Saint John Isabey Mosque is one of the most delicate examples of Seljukian architecture, situated below the basilica of Saint John. The mosque was built by the master Syrian architecture Ali son of Mushimish al -Damishki, between the years of 1374 and 1375.  At the end of the tour, transfer you back to the hotel. Overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 5: Priene – Miletos & Didyma Tour
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
After breakfast, pick you up from the hotel and drive to Priene Ancient City. Priene Ancient City, Priene lies in Güllübahçe at a distance of 15 kilometers (9 miles) from Söke town nearby Kusadasi, in the Aegean region of Turkey. The city was founded in the 2nd millennium BC. Didyma Ancient City, Didyma (nearby Didim, in the Aegean region of Turkey) was a cult center for the city of Miletus. In ancient times, these two cities were connected to each other by a sacred road that had statues located on either side of it. German archaeologists excavating at the site have shown that the earliest sanctuary here was built in the 8th century BC. Miletus Ancient City, Miletus is located in the vicinity of Söke town, nearby Kusadasi, in the Aegean region of Turkey). The city was built on the seashore in the ancient times. The Miletos people who had founded about 90 colonies in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea regions. At the end of the tour, return back to the hotel. Overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 6: Pamukkale Tour – Istanbul
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Breakfast & Check out from the hotel.
Depart from the hotel and drive to Pamukkale town for visiting Hierapolis Ancient City and White Calcium Terraces. Pamukkale ( the natural beauty of Turkey) called Cotton-Castle. We will visit Hierapolis Ancient City, the Necropolis (cemetery) of Hierapolis which is one of the biggest ancient cemetery in Anatolia with 1.200 graves, Roman Bath, Domitian Gate, the Main Street, Byzantine Gate. The city was on the borders of Caria, Lycia, and Phrygia and had a mixed population. Citizens were usually involved in the wool industry. Calcium Terraces, The terraces were formed by running warm spring water, at a temperature of 35 °C / 102 °F containing calcium bicarbonate. When the water loses its carbon dioxide it leaves limestone deposits. These are of different colors and shapes in the form of terraces with pools Pamukkale Swimming Spring Pool, If you like to swim in The Ancient Pool which is also called Cleopatra’s Pool they charge an extra entrance fee.
After visiting, you will have time to spend in spring pool and then transfer to airport and flight back to Istanbul.
Upon arrive in Istanbul. It will be the end of Turkey Aegean Dream package tour program.

  • All your transportations in program
  • All the mentioned guided tours
  • Meals as mentioned in programme
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • English Speaking Local Tour Guide on the tours
  • Entrance fees in the tours
  • Land transportations in programmes
  • Hotel pick up and drop off as mentioned in program
  • Flight Ticket to Istanbul
  • Local taxes
  • Personal Expens
  • Drinks at the lunchs
  • Dinners
  • Optional tours

– Hotel picks up time is changing according to the hotel locations in Istanbul city.
– If you like to join to this program in winter period then you will have the free day to relax on the day 3.

+ Tour Includes
  • All your transportations in program
  • All the mentioned guided tours
  • Meals as mentioned in programme
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • English Speaking Local Tour Guide on the tours
  • Entrance fees in the tours
  • Land transportations in programmes
  • Hotel pick up and drop off as mentioned in program
  • Flight Ticket to Istanbul
  • Local taxes
+ Tour Excludes
  • Personal Expens
  • Drinks at the lunchs
  • Dinners
  • Optional tours
+ Important Notes

– Hotel picks up time is changing according to the hotel locations in Istanbul city.
– If you like to join to this program in winter period then you will have the free day to relax on the day 3.

2 Comments

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    Eugene
    Jan, 03, 2017

    Our Turkey experience in 3 months ago was really a memorable experience.Member of all our group were concerned for the well being of our group of people.Our guides in a foreign country a good and sensable guide gives lots of confidence and pleasure.They were very caring. However, they were more westernized than our usual We could not have asked for more. We commend each for a job well done.Initially the room provided to us was good. We will definitely contact with your company in the future for another vacation.

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    Wilma
    Jan, 03, 2017

    The trip that i had attend in turkish country was a great fun.Me and my son,we both liked it pretty much. We also wanted to make sure and tell you how great our tour guide Ahmet. He was so nice, and informative. answering our questions, keeping save us from the troubles, telling us everything we need to know. He really made our trip unforgettable . It was a great trip, so much fun, we may be coming back for seconds time by the end of next year. thank you so much for all of your help and for a great trip.

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