Istanbul – The City that Never Sleeps
Istanbul melds Europe and Asia in a breathtaking atmosphere that provides continual joy to its visitors. The important location of this city has caused it to be desired and occupied by many world leaders throughout history. Because of this, Istanbul is a blend of various heritages, languages, cultures and religions.
The Bosphorus (the narrow, natural strait that separates Asian Turkey from European Turkey) tour gives visitors an opportunity to see Istanbul by sea. The proof of cosmopolitan lifestyle is tasting local food in Balat or Taksim while luxury shopping areas will draw you to Nişantaşı or Bağdat Street.
Ephesus – A UNESCO World Heritage Site
The ancient city of Ephesus, located nearby the downtown of İzmir, is important for its pilgrimage of Christianity and because it is one of the most significant centers of ancient times, dating to the prehistoric ages. Several civilizations have continuously lived in this area for 9,000 years. Start your journey at Arcadian Street, home of historical emperors. The Celsus Library, in all its glory, is known to have one of the largest collections of material from the earliest periods. In the House of the Virgin Mary, refresh your soul with the scent of thyme in one of the first seven churches established worldwide.
Cappadocia – Land of Beautiful Horses
Cappadocia, the splendid area located in Central Anatolia is also known as The Land of Horses. Cappadocia owes its unique beauty to lava from the extinct volcanoes. The village of Göreme is centered in the middle of an internationally popular region that is best known for its natural rock formations, often called “fairy chimneys”. The town not only has rock houses, but also rock restaurants and rock hotels.
A Fairy Tale Visit
The spectacular landscape in Goreme welcomes you at first glance. A secret gorge and an amazing monastery await discovery. Take a hot air balloon tour at first light. Enjoy wine tasting, horseback riding and more!