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Istanbul has been and will continue to be the heart and soul of Turkey with over 2500 years of history.  A fascinating city, showing how antiquity, with its’ historical mosques and palaces can mix with the modern buildings and culture.   A unique buzz embraces you when you arrive, with a population of over 14.5 million official residents, and a wide mix of westernisation and conservative Muslim culture.  Separated by the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara making the waterways a significant feature of Istanbul, the food, the people and former capital of 3 empires- Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman characterise a unique city. Highlights of the day include: Spice Market Galata Bridge Ferry ride to the local markets in Kadikoy on the Asian side Tunel Galata Tower Istiklal mall walk to Taksim- one of the most famous streets and location Dolmabache Palace
HIstory buffs, this half day tour on Fridays of the archeological museum should not be missed.  Thousands of years of history are on display here. This superb museum showcases archaeological and artistic treasures from the both pre and Ottoman periods and includes ancient artefacts and an exhibition tracing Istanbul's history. Named as Museum of the year by the European council in 1991, there are many highlights, but the sarcophagi from the Royal Necropolis of Sidon are simply amazing as is the stunning mihrab from the İbrahim Bey İmâret in Karaman, built in 1432.   
The Fener and Balat areas in Istanbul, are two of the most characteristic and richest in history. They are UNESCO listed yet not a lot of visitors to Istanbul visit these areas, nor know the history.   This tour covers the intriguing tradtional Jewish area of Balat. Highlights of this tour are: Bulgarian Church of Saint Stephen of the Bulgars City walls Tekfur Saray Armenian Church of Surp Hreshdagabet Heritage Listed Old buildings Modern day restoration
Ever wanted to go crusing along the beautiful Turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea on a Gulet?  All you need is your passion for the sea, to meet new friends from around the world, to travel in some of the most beautiful and picturesque places you have ever imagined.  This 4 day 3 night cruise along an unspoilt coastline and one of the least developed of the Mediterranean.   Highlights of this tour include the actual Gulet boat ride itself ( A gulet is an all wooden handcrafted motor sailing yacht equipped with 1 or 2 masts) and the swimming, sunbaking and relaxing and: Olympos Pirates Cave Kekova and visiting some of the sarcophagus Kas Butterfly Valley Gemiler Island Fethiye - Ölüdeniz Beach Fethiye Harbour
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A spectacular wonder of nature for thousands of years. The surreal, brilliant white travertine terraces formed by hardened calcium carbonate sediments over time fed by the rich mineral waters.are a must visit on your trip to Turkey.  By 190 BC, Pergamum’s King Eumenes II was so seduced by its charms that he established the city of Hieropolos atop the summit of the travertines.  The unique combination of natural and man-made wonders has been made this a Unesco World Heritage site.  Add these sites to the great beauty and extraordinary preservation of Aprodisias and you have one amazing guided tour.   Highlights: Pamukkale travertines Put your feet in the thermal spring water Hierapolis tour includes a walk to the amazing theatre where you can look out over the valley Aprodisias -Ancient Greco-Roman city which is dedicated to the Goddess of Love, "Aphrodite". This city was a famous school of sculpture and hence became a center of Art in its time