Tour Code : EN-123

Flying Carpet Turkey Tour - 15 Days

15 days Flying carpet tour opens the door of the civilisation heritages in Turkey.  Arrive at Istanbul Airport meet with the transfer assistant, and transfer to your hotel. Explore the area around the hotel and sip Turkish coffee at a nearby cafe.
Overnight in Istanbul.

Our tour of Istanbul will begin at 8:45 am, following breakfast. The impressive Hagia Sofia (Saint Sofia), initially built as a church in the sixth century AD by the emperor Justinian and later converted into a mosque, will be our first stop. The Ottoman sultans ruled their vast empire for over 420 years from the enormous walled complex known as the Topkapi Palace, which will be our next stop. After that, we'll go to the Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque), a 17th-century Ottoman mosque renowned for its six minarets and magnificent blue tile interior.

The Hippodrome square, used as a gathering place for chariot races during the Byzantine era, will then be explored. An optional half-day Bosphorus Cruise tour is available in the afternoon. Here, we will see the Serpent Column from Delphi, the Egyptian Obelisk, and the German Fountain of Wilhelm.
Overnight in Istanbul.  (Breakfast)  

Gallipoli is one of Turkey's most significant war memorials, where 500,000 soldiers' remains are interred.
We will leave early this morning for Çanakkale. You will be picked up from your hotel between 6:15 and 6:45 am. One of the most significant World War I sites is on the Gallipoli Peninsula, which we will travel to for about four hours.
One of Turkey's most significant war memorials is Gallipoli. We will tour the Gallipoli battlefield, including the Lone Pine Australian Memorial, the Chunuk Bair Atatürk Monument, Anzac Cove, and Johnston's Jolly Cemetery. We visit the original trenches and tunnels where the bloodiest and most dramatic battles of the Bayonet Wars and the Dardanelles Wars occurred. 
Arrival and overnight stay in Çanakkale.   (Breakfast - Dinner) 

After breakfast, we'll travel to Troy, an ancient city that served as the setting for the Trojan War that is famously described in Homer's Iliad. The legendary city of Pergamon, which served as the seat of the Pergamon Kings' Kingdom from 282-133 BC, will be our next stop. We'll go to the Acropolis, which serves as the city's administrative hub and see the temples to Zeus, Dionysus, Athena, and Demeter, as well as the renowned Pergamon Library, which houses 200,000 rolls of scrolls. At the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, the Altar of Zeus, discovered during the Pergamon (Bergama) excavations, is now on display. The Great Theatre of Pergamon, located here, is the steepest in the world and once hosted up to 10,000 spectators.
We’ll drive to Kuşadası. Dinner and accommodation in Kuşadası. (Breakfast - Dinner)

Ephesus is a Unescu World Heritage site. We'll spend the day learning about the past of ancient Ephesus. The most stunning ancient city in the Ionia region, We'll visit Ephesus after seeing the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. As you stroll down Curetes Street and pass by the ruins of the 25,000-seat Grand Theater, the State Agora, the magnificent Celsus Library, the Odeon, Temesos, Prytaneion, Magnesia Gate, Grotto of the Seven Sleepers, and the Ephesus Harbour, you will get a sense of the fascinating atmosphere of the city. Our next stop will be the House of the Virgin Mary, a Christian shrine where the Virgin Mary spent her final years.
Finally, we will travel to Sirince Village, a former Greek and Ottoman village well known for its fruit wines. Carpet weaving has a long history in Turkey. In this carpet village, we'll discover how the carpets are made by hand and what factors influence their price. The tour is at an end.
Accommodation in Kuşadası. (Breakfast - Dinner)

Pamukkale is Unesco World Heritage Site with fantastic travertines and Ancient Hierapolis city.
Following breakfast, we'll first take in a display of locally-made leather goods. Then make the (220 km) trip to Pamukkale.
After lunch, we'll continue. Visit the ruins of Hierapolis, where we will see the Domitian Gate, the Arcadian Street, the old Roman Theater from the second century, the Nymphaion, the Temple of Apollo, the Plutonium, and the Necropolis. We'll go through the Roman Gate, admire the historic Pamukkale Theater, and tour the hero’s grave monuments. We will then stroll along the travertine terraces and have the option to swim in the Ancient Cleopatra Pools (at an additional cost).
End of the tour. Overnight stay in a thermal hotel in Pamukkale. (Breakfast - Dinner)

Today, Dalyan, a lakeside town, is our first stop. We take a leisurely boat ride along the Dalyan River, passing the prehistoric Kaunos King tombs carved into the cliff. The loggerhead turtles' (Caretta Caretta) protected nesting grounds are in the Dalyan Delta, a protected natural area. The Sultaniye mud baths are another option, which is enjoyable, refreshing, and an excellent opportunity for a photo. The journey to Fethiye, a seaside town, is only a short distance from here.
Overnight in Fethiye.  ( Breakfast )

After breakfast in the hotel,  you are free to explore the town, local people, and local bazaars at your own pace, and there are also optional tours and activities.
Optional tours & activities:
* 12 island boat trips: where you can swim in the Tourquaz’s clear blue water and take in the breathtaking views of the turquoise bays, tiny islands, and uninhabited beaches. Lunch included.
* Saklikent Gorge tour: Amazing Saklikent Canyon panorama and walking tour.

Accommodation in Fethiye. ( Breakfast )

Kayaköy is a village in Fethiye that the Greek people abandoned. It is an exchange made following the exchange agreement between Turkey and Greece.
In the morning, we headed to Kayaköy. Thanks to the lights of the morning sun, excellent photos of this deserted Greek village may be taken. We'll then travel to Antalya's Old Town, the historical centre, and Antalya's ancient Harbor, where you can see the historic Hadrian's Gate, the Antalya Clock Tower, and the Fluted Minaret. We'll take in the Old Town's winding streets while shopping for trinkets at neighbourhood stores in Kaleiçi. 
Accommodation in Antalya.  ( Breakfast - Dinner )

After breakfast, we'll move to the Konya via Taurus Mountain. First, visit Aspendos Theater.
Aspendos Theater is a well-preserved ancient Greco-Roman monument of Aspendos. Even today, This magnificent Aspendos theater, where concerts and events are still held today, has incredible sound acoustics. On the way visit Tınaztepe Cave.
Tınaztepe Cave is the 3rd largest cave in the world and Turkey’s largest cave. Tınaztepe Cave in Konya Seydişehir town is 22 km long and only 1600 meters can be visited.
Arrival and overnight in Konya. ( Breakfast – Dinner )

After breakfast visits the Mevlana Museum, which is home to the tomb of Rumi, a famous 13th-century Persian poet and the creator of the Order of the Whirling Dervishes, as well as the Alaeddin Mosque, which was constructed on Alaeddin Hill during the Seljuk era. Visit Sille Village near Konya city it was a Greek village.
Sille Village is a settlement that was founded 5000 years ago, different civilizations have lived from the Phrygians until today, and since the Byzantine period, it has been an important settlement of Konya and one of the first centers of the Early Christian period. In Sille Village, which is an important accommodation city on the pilgrimage route between Istanbul and Jerusalem, there is the Archangelos Michael Church.
Lunch Break in Konya.  Visit the Sultanhan Caravanserai in Aksaray,  which is located along the original Silk Road.
After our visits, we will continue on our way to Cappadocia. Accommodation in Cappadocia. ( Breakfast - Dinner )

The formation of Cappadocia; Cappadocia is the region where beautiful fairy chimneys were formed by the rain and wind erosion of the lava and ash layers erupted by Erciyes volcano, Hasan Mountain and Güllü Mountain about 60 million years ago.
First, we'll go to the Uçhisar Castle, situated at the highest hill Cappadocia and carved out by flowing volcanic lava. After that, we'll go to the Pigeon Valley and Göreme Open Air Museum, home to unique monasteries and churches.
Visit Underground City Next red valley. we'll go to Paşabağ Valley, which is on a vineyard off of Zelve Road. The mushroom-shaped rock formations here can reach heights of several meters. For many years, various religious groups used fairy chimneys shaped by erosion as homes; as a result, the area is also known as the Monks Valley. After that, we'll go to the Devrent Valley, which has rock formations resembling various animals and offers a view of the reddish moon, making a movie set look like it was shot there.

Accommodation in Cappadocia.  ( Breakfast - Dinner )

After breakfast, we start Cappadocia  Tour with amazing landscapes.
Pigeon Valley is named after the wild pigeons living in the region from their nests in the volcanic rocks. In fact, the farmers in the region carve these rocks and make special nests for the pigeons, and then collect the pigeon manure accumulated here and use it in agriculture. Afterward, visit Cavuşin Village
Cavusin Village is a village where Turkish and Greek families lived until the beginning of the 20th century. Later, because of the exchange between the two countries, the Greeks living here went to Greece.
We'll then eat lunch in the nearby town of Avanos, which is close to the River Kızılırmak. We can observe the production process for famous ceramics and You can also enroll in a pottery studio to learn how to use the conventional kick wheels and purchase souvenirs in a pottery studio.
End of the tour and transfer to hotel. Accommodation in Cappadocia.  (Breakfast – Dinner )


On our way to Istanbul, we will visit Ankara – the capital of Turkiye - Upon our arrival, we’ll have a sightseeing tour around the city in neighborhoods like Çankaya, Kavaklıdere, and Kızılay, where Embassies, Consulates, the Parliament Building, and Military Commands are located in Ankara. Then we will visit Anıtkabir also known as the Mausoleum of Atatürk, the final resting place of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder of the Republic of Turkey. 
Then we move on our way to Istanbul. Accommodation in Istanbul.  ( Breakfast - Dinner )

Our tour comes to an end after breakfast, and we bid our new friends farewell before being driven to the airport for your next flight.
Hope to see you on another Turkey Holiday. ( Breakfast )

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Price includes

Transfer / Istanbul Airport – Hotel –  Istanbul Airport

14-night hotel accommodation with daily breakfast

8 Dinners – 14 Breakfast – 1 Lunch

All tours as per the itinerary

Entrance fees, as per the itinerary

Experienced and professional tour guide

Private air-conditioned and non-smoking vehicles with experienced drivers

All parking, and highway, bridge fees

VAT and city tax

Fethiye 12 Island Cruise

Dalyan River Cruise and Mud baths

Price Excludes

Personal expenses

Beverages during lunch and dinners

Travel insurance (highly recommended)

Meals other than those specified

Hotel minibar and other expenses

Optional tours

Tips for the guide and driver

EN-123  /  Flying Carpet Tour - 15 Days


Per Person in Double - Triple

Single Room

Child  08 – 11.99

04.03 2023 - 28.11.2023

2.675 Euro

3,490 Euro

2.120 Euro

Early Booking Discount % 10 :  Booking  Between ;  01.01 – 28.02

Prices Include

- Transfer / Istanbul Airport – Hotel –  Istanbul Airport
-  14 -nights hotel accommodation with daily breakfast
-  8 Dinners – 14 Breakfast
-  All tours as per the itinerary
-  Entrance fees, as per the itinerary
-  Experienced and professional tour guide English Language
-  Private air-conditioned and non-smoking vehicles with experienced drivers
-  All parking, highway, and bridge fees
- Fethiye 12 Island Cruise
- Dalyan River Cruise and Mud baths
-  VAT and city tax

Prices Exclude
- Personal expenses
- Beverages during lunch and dinners
- Travel insurance (highly recommended)
- Optional tours
- Tips for the guide and driver

Cappadocia Fairy Chimneys


EN-123  /  Flying Carpet Turkey Tour - 15 Days
Tour starting dates from Istanbul 2024
Every Friday


6 - 20


4 – 18


1 - 15 - 29


13 - 27


10 - 24 


7 – 21


5 – 19


Istanbul (2)              - Point Hotel Taksim
Çanakkale (1)          - Hilton Doubletree Hotel 5*
Kuşadası (2)            - Ilayda Avantgarde Hotel
Pamukkale (1)         -Adem Pira Thermal 5*
Fethiye (2)               - Marina Boutique Hotel
Antalya (1)               - On Hotel 4*
Konya (1)                 - Novotel Hotel 
Cappadocia  (3)      - Gamirasu Cave Hotel
Istanbul (1)              - Point Hotel Taksim

Note: Sample hotels are confirmed on the booking date in case of availability. Otherwise, reservations are made in similar hotels.

    Galata Tower Istanbul

Group information

1. Group Size: Minimum  2 people. Maximum  20 Person.
2.  Child age: Minimum child Age of 8 years old with parents. Health documents may be requested from the oldest persons.
3. Single Supplement policy:  Single travelers are obliged to pay a single supplement for hotel rooms.
4. Instead of traveling by bus between Cappadocia and Istanbul, an optional morning flight from Cappadocia to Istanbul is available at an additional cost. Please contact us for a quote.

Cancellation Policy
- For cancellations made 45 days before the tour, 100% refund. (Except per person 125 € for register, and bank commission )
- For cancellations made 44 - 30 days before the tour, 50% refund. (Except for the Bank Commission)
- For cancellations made 29 - 15 days before the tour, 20 % refund.
- No refunds will be made on reservations made 14 days before the tour. %100 Penalty is applied.

- Travel health insurance is mandatory.
- Sample hotels are confirmed on the booking date in case of availability. Otherwise,
  similar hotels are booked.  
- In the event of bad weather, time scarcity, traffic jams, and similar situations, the Guide may change the tour program. 
- The locations in the itinerary can be changed with other places if closed.  
- During the tours, you will be walking approximately 2 km every day on uneven and
   cobblestone surfaces, inclines, and steps. 
- You must wear comfortable clothing, flat walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen. in summer months and raincoats, warm clothes, winter walking shoes, umbrella, etc. in winter.  
- The order of the sites visited may change to avoid crowds.  
- You will need your passport at check-in for all domestic flights.
- Domestic flights are economy class. Luggage limit 15 Kg.

Turkish Coffee

Gallipoli Battlefields
Gallipoli trenches
Hagia Irene
Topkapı Palace
Sille Village Konya
Tınaztepe Caves
Şirince Village
Antalya Kaleiçi (Old Town)
Çavuşin Village
Dalyan – River Cruise and Mud Baths
Fethiye – 12 Island Cruise
Gallipoli – Johnson Jolly
Istanbul Old City
Konya Mevlana Museum
Pamukkale Travertens
Sultanhani Caravansary

Kekova Sunken City - Simena 

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Regular Group Tours are English-guided package tours with mixed nationalities of a minimum of 20 people and a maximum of 40 people on the specified dates. Regular Group tour prices are fixed.
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If you are using a three-pin socket, it is recommended to bring a converter adapter.

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Tour Code
Tour Name
Flying Carpet Tour (Zer) - 15 Days/14 Nights
Departure Point
İstanbul, Türkiye
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End Date
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Guaranteed  Departure Turkey Tours Advantages  


Guaranteed Turkey tours are fixed-price, with a considerable price advantage for a few travellers.
- Participant counter is limited to a maximum of 12 people or 18 people depending on the vehicle on the Guaranteed departure Turkey tour
- Guaranteed departure Turkey tour starts and ends regardless of the number of people on the departure and return days.
- Guaranteed departure tour packages in Turkey are offered at standard attractive prices for 4 to 12 or 18 people. Lunch is excluded from the costs as it varies according to the people's wishes. Guests can taste the delicious Turkish dishes they prefer.
-  Guaranteed departure tour prices have early booking discounts between  December and March.
Flying Carpet Turkey Tour, which lasts 15 days, will allow you to experience natural and historical beauties that you cannot even dream of and synthesize the heritage of past civilizations with today's geography and modern life.

  • Tour Code : EN-123
  • Duration : 15 Days
  • Start : İstanbul, Türkiye
  • End : İstanbul, Türkiye
  • Tour Season : 8 April - 21 October
  • Transfer : Vehicle
  • Distance : 2.900 km
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