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7 Days Turkey Tour Package

7 Days Turkey Tour Package & Just Like a dream

Welcome to our comprehensive 7-day travel guide, designed to help you explore the breathtaking wonders of Turkey. From the bustling metropolis of Istanbul to the surreal landscapes of Cappadocia, the ancient ruins of Ephesus, and the natural beauty of Pamukkale, this guide offers essential tips and insights for an unforgettable journey. Whether you’re planning your itinerary or looking to make tour reservations, we’ve got you covered with expert advice and recommendations.

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Day 1-3: Istanbul – Where East Meets West

Istanbul, straddling two continents, is a city where history and modernity coexist in perfect harmony. As the former capital of both the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, it offers a unique blend of cultures, cuisines, and architectural marvels.

  1. Sultanahmet District (Old City):a) Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya): Begin your journey at this architectural wonder, originally built as a Byzantine church in 537 AD, later converted to a mosque, and now serving as a museum. Marvel at its massive dome, intricate mosaics, and the seamless blend of Christian and Islamic art.b) Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii): Just across from Hagia Sophia stands the Blue Mosque, famous for its six minarets and blue Iznik tiles. Remember to dress modestly and respect prayer times.c) Topkapi Palace: Explore the primary residence of Ottoman Sultans for 400 years. Don’t miss the Harem, the Imperial Treasury, and the stunning views of the Bosphorus from the palace grounds.d) Basilica Cistern: Descend into this underground marvel, a 6th-century water reservoir supported by 336 marble columns.
  2. Grand Bazaar and Spice Bazaar: Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of these historic markets. The Grand Bazaar, with over 4,000 shops, is one of the world’s oldest and largest covered markets. The nearby Spice Bazaar is a feast for the senses with its aromatic spices, Turkish delight, and local delicacies.7 Days Turkey Tour Package Hagia SophiaGrand Bazaar and Spice Bazaar
  3. Bosphorus Cruise: Take a boat tour along the Bosphorus Strait to admire the city’s skyline, opulent palaces, and the impressive Bosphorus Bridge connecting Europe and Asia.
  4. Galata District: a) Galata Tower: Climb this 14th-century tower for panoramic views of Istanbul. b) Istiklal Street: Walk down this vibrant pedestrian street, home to shops, cafes, and historical buildings. Don’t miss a ride on the nostalgic red tram.
  5. Süleymaniye Mosque: Visit this Ottoman imperial mosque, a masterpiece of architect Sinan, offering stunning views over the Golden Horn.
  6. Turkish Hamam Experience: Indulge in a traditional Turkish bath for ultimate relaxation. The Çemberlitaş Hamam, built in 1584, offers an authentic experience.

Culinary Experiences in Istanbul:

  • Try Turkish breakfast at Namli Gurme in Karaköy
  • Taste pide (Turkish pizza) at Hocapaşa Pidecisi
  • Enjoy meze and raki at Nevizade Street in Beyoğlu
  • Savor Turkish coffee at Fazıl Bey in Kadıköy

Day 4-5: Cappadocia – A Fairytale Landscape

Cappadocia, with its otherworldly landscape of “fairy chimneys” and cave dwellings, offers a unique blend of natural wonders and historical richness.


  1. Hot Air Balloon Ride: Start your day early with a breathtaking hot air balloon ride at sunrise. Float over the surreal landscape of Cappadocia, taking in the panoramic views of the region’s unique rock formations.
  2. Göreme Open Air Museum: Explore this UNESCO World Heritage site, a vast monastic complex of rock-cut churches with beautiful frescoes dating from the 10th to 12th centuries.
  3. Underground Cities: Descend into the fascinating underground cities of Derinkuyu or Kaymaklı. These multi-level subterranean settlements were used by early Christians as hiding places.
  4. Pasabag (Monks Valley): Witness some of the most striking fairy chimneys in Cappadocia, including unique mushroom-shaped formations.
  5. Devrent Valley (Imagination Valley): Let your imagination run wild as you spot animal-shaped rock formations in this surreal landscape.
  6. Uçhisar Castle: Climb to the top of this natural fortress for panoramic views of the region.
  7. Avanos: Visit this town famous for its pottery. Try your hand at making your own pottery using techniques that have remained unchanged for generations.
  8. Ihlara Valley: Take a hike through this picturesque canyon, dotted with rock-cut churches and chapels.
  9. Turkish Night Show: Experience traditional Turkish folk dances and music, including the mesmerizing whirling dervishes.

Unique Experiences in Cappadocia:

  • Stay in a cave hotel for an authentic Cappadocian experience
  • Take a Turkish cooking class in a cave kitchen
  • Go horseback riding through the valleys
  • Enjoy sunset at Red Valley or Rose Valley

Day 6: Ephesus – Walking in the Footsteps of Ancient Romans

Ephesus - Walking in the Footsteps of Ancient Romans

Ephesus, one of the best-preserved ancient cities in the world, offers a glimpse into the grandeur of the Roman Empire.

  1. Ephesus Ancient City: a) Library of Celsus: Marvel at the facade of this 2nd-century AD library, once housing over 12,000 scrolls. b) Great Theatre: Stand in awe of this 25,000-seat amphitheater, where St. Paul once preached. c) Temple of Hadrian: Admire the intricate reliefs on this well-preserved temple. d) Curetes Street: Walk down this main street of ancient Ephesus, lined with monuments and shops. e) Terrace Houses: Visit these well-preserved Roman homes of the wealthy, with beautiful mosaics and frescoes.
  2. House of Virgin Mary: Visit this pilgrimage site where the Virgin Mary is believed to have spent her last days.
  3. Temple of Artemis: See the remains of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
  4. Şirince Village: End your day in this charming hillside village known for its fruit wines and traditional architecture.
  5. Ephesus Museum: If time allows, visit this museum in Selçuk to see artifacts excavated from Ephesus, including the famous statue of Artemis.

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Day 7: Pamukkale – Cotton Castle and Ancient Spa

Pamukkale - Cotton Castle

Pamukkale, meaning “Cotton Castle” in Turkish, is famous for its white travertine terraces formed by mineral-rich thermal waters.

  1. Travertine Terraces: Walk barefoot on these dazzling white calcium carbonate terraces, formed over millennia by thermal springs.
  2. Hierapolis Ancient City: a) Necropolis: Explore one of the largest ancient cemeteries in Turkey, with over 1,200 graves. b) Roman Theatre: Visit this well-preserved 2nd-century theatre with seating for 12,000. c) Cleopatra’s Pool: Take a swim in this antique pool where Cleopatra herself is said to have bathed, amidst submerged Roman columns.
  3. Hierapolis Archaeology Museum: Housed in the former Roman baths, this museum displays artifacts from Hierapolis and other nearby sites.
  4. Laodicea: If time permits, visit the nearby ancient city of Laodicea, known for its connections to early Christianity.

Pamukkale - Ancient Spa

Travel Tips:

  1. Best time to visit: Spring (April-May) and Fall (September-November) offer pleasant weather and fewer crowds.
  2. Transportation: Consider domestic flights between destinations to save time.
  3. Dress code: Dress modestly when visiting mosques and religious sites.
  4. Currency: Turkish Lira is widely used, but some places accept Euros or US Dollars.
  5. Language: Learn a few basic Turkish phrases; English is widely spoken in tourist areas.
  6. Photography: Be respectful when taking photos, especially in religious sites and of local people.
  7. Bargaining: It’s expected in bazaars and some shops, but not in restaurants or modern stores.

This itinerary offers a rich blend of history, culture, and natural wonders, showcasing some of Turkey’s most iconic destinations. Remember to immerse yourself in local experiences, try traditional cuisine, and interact with the warm Turkish hospitality to make your journey truly memorable.

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Großartig für die Familie

July 4, 2024

Ich bin dankbar für diesen historischen und kulturellen Reiseführer.

Julian Noah

отличная информация

July 4, 2024

Мы часто бываем в Турции, но на этот раз этот гид был невероятно интересным. Есть места, которые ждут своего открытия!


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July 4, 2024

Thanks for this sightseeing tour guide in Turkey, I took note of the fine information you gave.



July 4, 2024

Thank you so much for this great information.

John Alex

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