Turkey – 8 Days Super Turkey Tour with Bosphorus

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MWHIST08DAYS
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08 Days - 07 Nights
Availability : Aug 15 - Oct 30
Delhi
Istanbul
Max People : 16
Tour Details

Turkey is a modern country with a captivating blend of antiquity and contemporary and East and West. Get interesting information about Turkey and read up on our history, culture and art, nature and geography, traditional culinary culture, real Turkish lifestyle and more. All you need to know about Turkey and beyond.

Departure & Return Location

Delhi IGI International Airport 

Departure Time

03 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • 02 Nights Stay at Istanbul
  • 02 Nights Stay at Cappadocia
  • 01 Night Stay at Pamukkale
  • 02 Nights Stay at Kusadasi
  • Transportation with new model vehicles
  • Private Airport Transfers
  • 07 Breakfast
  • 06 Lunches
  • 03 Dinners
  • Entrance fees to museums
  • English Speaking Local tour Guides
  • Daily Excursions as per itinerary
  • Daily Bottle Water
  • Tips at Restaurants & Hotels
  • All Parking Fees and Highway tolls
  • Local Taxes and current VAT
  • Bosphorus cruise
  • Turkey Visa
  • Travel Insurance
  • Domestic Air Ticket
  • International Air Ticket

Price Excludes

  • Personal Expenses like minibar in room
  • Drinks at meals
  • Tips to the local guide and driver
  • Any meal which not given

Complementaries

  • Daily Water Bottle
  • Entrance fees to museums
FAQ's

Turkey is a melting pot of a variety of cultures and endless historic cities, stunning coastline, incredible natural landscapes, and friendly people.

Following a series of terrorist attacks in recent years (primarily due to the Syrian conflict), many people begin to question if it is safe to travel to Turkey. And the answer is yes, if you exercise regular travel precautions and practice our tips.

Whether you are concerned about terrorism, traveling alone, or transportation, you will find that Turkey is safer even than North America and much of Europe in 2020.

  • Be Careful with Money and Expensive things - Even if it is unintentional, if you appear to be wealthy by counting your money, wearing fine jewelry, or clothes, you automatically become a target for scammers and pick-pocketers.
  • Don’t Insult the Turkish Government - Reputation is HUGE for the Turkish government. Harsh criticism of the Turkish government is a crime and an insult.
  • Familiarize yourself with Religious Etiquette - Covering your legs and shoulders in a mosque is mandatory. Additionally, familiarizing yourself with religious holidays and respecting them is very helpful. For example, if you are in Turkey during Ramadan, eating in public during the day is not respectful.
  • Watch out For Scams - In general, Turkey is a safe destination with wonderful people, most of whom want you to get the most of your trip. However, it is important to be familiar with some of the scams that occur. Single male travelers are targets for two particularly bad scams that result in robbery and sometimes worse. Read more under “Is Turkey Safe for Males traveling alone?”
  • Stay Away from Political Demonstrations - Despite if you find them interesting or intriguing, it is important to avoid political demonstrations. Once you get involved, you immediately put yourself in a potentially dangerous situation.
  • Know what you Photograph - In Turkey, it is illegal to take photos of certain public buildings. Make sure you are aware of the places you’re allowed to take photos, primarily considered government buildings.

What's the best currency to take to turkey?

US dollar, pound sterling, and euro are accepted mainly in tourist areas and major cities. So generally you are expected to pay in Turkish Lira, especially for trinkets or tipping, or in remote areas. The Turkish Lira is the official currency in Turkey and is commonly abbreviated as TL. It is divided into 100 Kurus.

What's the best time to travel to Turkey?

Turkey is a year-round destination. The best time to visit Turkey depends on the places you wish to visit and the activities you want to indulge in. Spring and autumn are generally considered as the best time to visit the beautiful country especially if you wish to explore the archaeological sites, go cycling or trekking. June through September are typically hot and dry with temperatures being particularly high making it great for island hoppers and beach lovers. April, May, September and October are the months with pleasant temperature are considered as the best time to explore the numerous ancient sites of Turkey. From late October, the weather starts to cool off a bit. From November to March, the weather starts to get cold predominantly in interior areas of Cappadocia where the temperature drops to below 0°C. The snowy landscape is magical and enchanting to behold. Winters can, however, be the best time to traverse the sites as they are less busy at this time of the year.

Is Turkey safe to visit?

We believe that Turkey is safe to visit although we always advise caution and recommend you travel smart – especially in major cities. There are some places you really shouldn’t go to. Anywhere within 10 kilometers of the Syrian border isn’t safe.

What Voltage does Turkey have, and What kind of Plugs?

Turkey has a voltage supply of 110/220V and the plugs are the 2 round pin type that is common throughout Europe can be found in shops selling luggage or other travel goods.

Is Public Transportation Safe in Turkey?

Public transportation in Turkey is safe and convenient for locals and tourists alike. There are several bus companies on the main routes, some of which are very old or very nice. Find the bus company that works best for you and your trip.

Dolmuses are minibuses that run between towns and are often crowded, however they are very safe to use. In the major cities, you will find that the metro is a safe and quick way to avoid traffic.

Is the Water in Turkey Safe to Drink?

No – the water in Turkey is not safe to drink. Bringing a refillable water bottle may still be a good idea, if your hotel has a water filter.

Is it Safe for Families to Travel to Turkey?

Family-life in Turkey is a huge part of the culture, this makes a family trip to Turkey very safe. Turkish families bring their children with them nearly everywhere. People often are alarmed in public when someone picks up their child and interacts with their child – this is nothing to be concerned about, in fact, it’s pretty normal.

The family accommodation options are endless. Hotels have availabilities ranging from family rooms, cots, high chairs, and more. However, you may find it difficult to locate baby changing facilities and breastfeeding isn’t considered appropriate in public.

 

Itinerary
Istanbul –Cappadocia – Konya – Pamukkale - Kusadasi

Day 1Welcome to Istanbul

  • Welcome to Turkey ( Istanbul )
  • Upon arrival to Istanbul, you will be welcomed by My Wish Holidays representative and transferred to your hotel located in Istanbul.
  • Overnight in Istanbul

Day 2Istanbul (Breakfast & Lunch Included )

  • After breakfast , We will be visiting Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, Hipodromme , St Sophia Museum, and Grand Bazaar
  • Overnight in Istanbul.
    Please Note: St. Sophia Museum is closed on Mondays, Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesdays and The Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays

Meal : Breakfast & Lunch 

Day 3Bosphorus Cruise & Cappadocia (Breakfast & Lunch Included)

  • After breakfast, we will visit the Spice Bazaar and sailing on Bosphorus between Europe and Asia . After having lunch, transferred to the airport and flight to Cappadocia. Upon arrival, welcome and transferred to your hotel in Cappadocia.
  • Overnight in Cappadocia

Meal: Breakfast & Lunch

Day 4Cappadocia (Breakfast & Lunch Included)

  • Optional Hot Air Balloon flight will be available this morning .
    After breakfast, we will visit Goreme Open air museum , Uchisar castle , Devrent valley and fairney chimneys .
  • Overnight in Cappadocia

Meal: Breakfast & Lunch 

Day 5Cappadocia & Konya (Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner Included)

  • After breakfast, We will be driving to Konya . First you will visit the Tomb of Shams-i Tabrizi (The Sun of Tabriz) was the spiritual guide, inspiration and companion of Mevlâna Jelaleddin Rumî. Next you will visit the Mevlana Museum which records and celebrates the life of Jelaleddin Rumi the founder of the Mevlana Sufi Sect and one of the world’s greatest mystics. Then you will visit the Selimiye Mosque, located on the west of Mevlana Museum. Drive to Pamukkale ,
  • Overnight in Pamukkale 

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6Pamukkale (Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner Included)

  • Today , we visit cotton castles and Heirapolis, including magnificently preserved necropolis, the main street, gates, the thermal baths, the Greco Roman theatre, and the Basilica of St. Philippe. Swim in a theraputic bath of hot spring mineral waters. Drive to Kusadasi
  • Overnight in Kusadasi

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7Ephesus (Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner Included)

  • Absorb yourself in history today with a guided tour of the site of one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of theworld, the site of Temple of Artemis and the ancient city of Ephesus. Feel the mystical atmosphere of the city and stadium where chariot and horse races were once held. You will also have the chance to experience some Turkish handicrafts and your last visit will be Sirince village which is located on the top of a mountain After the visit of Sirince you will turn back to your hotel.
  • Overnight in Kusadasi

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8Istanbul (Breakfast Included)

  • After your breakfast,
  • transferred to the airport for your flight to Istanbul to connect your outbound flight.
  • If, your departure flight time between 03 – 11 pm, then put your luggage at the hotel lobby store & take the token until your pick up not done to Airport. Meanwhile, also you can visit the nearest shops for your pending shopping & taste the local cuisine. 
  • Once you picked up from the hotel & we will transfer to the International airport for your flight back home. ( Note – Pick up will be done 4 hrs before departure flight time )
  • By By Turkey. ( In Turkish – Gülegüle ) 🙂 

Meal: Breakfast

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