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Footsteps of St Paul in Turkey - 19/18

Footsteps of St Paul in Turkey

 

Day 1 - Istanbul

Arrive in Istanbul. Free day. Welcome Dinner. Overnight in Istanbul. (D)

 

Day 2 - Istanbul 

Today we visit the Turkish and Islamic Art  Museum, we also visit the Carpet Museum, Blue Mosque , Hagia Sofia and the Basilica Cistern. Overnight in Istanbul. (B, L )

 

Day 3 - Istanbul 

After breakfast set off for Topkapi Palace, then Hippodrome,  an afternoon visit to the Spice Bazaar followed by a relaxing cruise of the Bosphorus. (B, L )

 

Day 4 - Istanbul to Hatay (Antakya)

Early morning  transfer to airport then flight to Adana, then drive to Hatay (Antakya / Antioch) where St Paul began his missionary journeys. We also visit St Peter's Church and Hatay's famous mosaic museum. Overnight in Hatay. (B, L )

 

Day 5 - Hatay to Tarsus

We set off for Samandag (Seleucia Pieria) where St Paul and St Barnabas set sail for Cyprus, continuing on to Tarsus which was the birthplace of St Paul. Here we visit St Paul's Church and St Paul's Well. Overnight in Tarsus. (B, L )

 

Day 6 - Tarsus to Cappadocia

Early start to Cappadocia, famous for its cave houses and magical landscape, and home of early Christians in Turkey. Overnight in Cappadocia. (B, L)

 

Day 7 - Cappadocia

Today we visit key sites in the area, including Pasabag fairychimney , Goreme Open Air Museum  with famous churches, and Kaymakli Underground City. Overnight in Cappadocia. (B, L )

 

Day 8 - Cappadocia - Konya - Yalvac

This morning you can enjoy an optional 1 hour hot air balloon ride. After breakfast we depart for Konya (Iconium) where we visit St Paul's Church, the Whirling Dervish Museum and Mevlana Museum. We continue to Yalvac (Pisidian Antioch) then on to Egirdir where we will spend the night. (B, L )

 

Day 9 -Yalvac to Antalya

Early morning departure for Antalya, stopping to visit Perge where St paul and Luke stayed to preach on their return from Antioch. A short city  tour of Antalya which includes the Hadrianus Gate and the Groove Minaret Mosque.  Overnight in Antalya. (B, L )

 

Day 10 -Antalya - Pamukkale

This morning we drive to Pamukkale which was the location of the ancient Roman spa town of Hierapolis. We stop to visit Akkhan Caravan Serai on the way. (B, L, D)

Day 11 - Pamukkale and Laodicea

After breakfast, we visit the small ruin suite of Laodicea, one of the Seven Churches of Asia, before visiting Hierapolis. Our visit includes free time to swim in the famous Cleopatra Antique Pool and time to explore the famous white travertines (calcium pools). Overnight in Pamukkale. (B, L, D)

 

Day 12 - Pamukkale to Kusadasi

Today we visit the site of ancient Philadelphia which was known for its variety of temples and worship centres. We also visit Sardis, and Akhisar which was host to one of the Seven Churches of Revelation (Thyateira) and Miletus, where St Paul stopped on his way back to Jerusalem on his third journey. Overnight in Kusadasi. (B, L, D)

 

Day 13 - Ephesus 

After breakfast  depart for Selcuk to visit Ephesus ancient city  where Paul lives for two years, the home of Virgin Mary and the Basilica of St John. Spend the night in the port town of Kusadasi. (B, L,D)

 

Day 14 - Kusadasi to Bergama

Early start to Izmir (ancient Smyrna) which was one of the Seven Churches in the Book of Revelation, then on to Bergama (ancient Pergamum) Lunch then continue to Assos where will have dinner and spend the night. (B, L )

 

Day 15 - Assos to Gallipoli - Troy

We depart for Alexandra Troas where St Paul met Luke. Continue to Troy, home of the famous Trojan Horse and Helen of Troy. We end the day with a late afternoon visit to the Gallipoli battlefields. Dinner and night in Canakkale. (B, L, D)

 

Day 16 - Canakkale to Bursa

Today we drive to Bursa, the former capital of the Ottoman Empire. We will visit the famous silk bazaar and the Green Mosque and Grand Mosque. (B, L)

 

Day 17 - Bursa - Iznik - Yalova - Istanbul

This morning we set out for Iznik (Nicea) where the First and Seventh Ecumenical Councils took place. Drive to Yalova from where we will catch a car ferry back to Istanbul. Free night. Overnight in Istanbul. (B,L )

 

Day 18 - Istanbul

A chance to sleep later this morning before we set off for the Grand Bazaar. After lunch we will visit Taksim, and walk the famous Istiklal Caddesi. We also visit beautiful St Anthony's Catholic Church and the French district with its charming French architecture and decor. Farewell dinner tonight.  (B, L, D)

 

Day 19 - Istanbul

After breakfast  check out the hotel,Free morning for shopping, transfer to airport. Fly home. (B)

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ISTANBUL

Istanbul City
 
Istanbul is no longer the capital of Turkey, but remains the country’s cultural and business centre. It is set in a stunning location, surrounded by water – the narrow strait of the Bosphorus and the serene Sea of Marmara separating Europe from Asia. As Byzantium, Constantinople and finally, Istanbul, it has been the capital of three Empires, each leaving their mark in the form of stunning palaces, castles, mosques, churches and monuments.
 
Highlights
 
Topkapi Palace - So much to see here that you need at least ½ a day. Don’t miss the intriguing Harem, the stunning emeralds and the ‘Spoonmakers’ diamond.
 
Yerebatan cisterns – Explore the world under the pavements, and experience the atmosphere of the cisterns of the Byzantine city, with their hundreds of columns, artfully lit, to a soundtrack of classical music.
 
Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya) – Marvel at its stunning mosaics and the incredible free-standing dome.
 
The Blue Mosque – If you only have time to visit one mosque make it this one, if you are in lstanbul for longer, take in the Süleymaniye too.
 
The Grand Bazaar – You will find yourself buying things you never knew you needed in this maze of literally hundreds of shops.
 
Take a boat trip on the Bosphorus for the best views of the city.
 
Sarköy Wine region
 
 
Eating out and Entertainment
 
Nightlife in Istanbul is a unique mix – you can find the latest chic clubs or a traditional café with cushions on the floor, where you can smoke a hookah pipe or nargile. Wherever you choose to eat, you are likely to find delicious food made from fresh ingredients, and can expect good value for money. The variety and standard of restaurants is excellent with stunning views as standard.
 
Istanbul’s Black Sea Coast
 
The Black Sea Coast of Istanbul – You will be amazed to find such beautiful beaches and green environment so near the big city. Fresh fish and warm village people are the extra bonus.
 
Istanbul’s Islands
 
The Princes Islands – If you have time, a visit to these charming islands in the Sea of Marmara, just off the coast of Istanbul is a must.
 
Marmara, Avsa
 
Almost centrally located in the Sea of Marmara are the pretty islands, Marmara and Avsa. Famed for their wine and fish, these sites offer wonderful shorelines. Marmara island is full of historical treasures which increase its attractiveness. Here is the "Mermer Plaj" (Marble Beach) which takes its name from the marbles for which the town is famous
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GALLIPOLI

Gallipoli (Turkish: Gelibolu) is a peninsula locality in north-western Turkey, close to Istanbul. The Gallipoli Peninsula is the site of extensive First World War battlefields and memorials on the north part of the Dardanelles Strait. It is a commemorative site for the Allied (British Empire, France) and Turkish forces who fought, died and were wounded there. The Gallipoli Campaign also known as the Battle of the Dardanelles was very costly for both sides, and casualties and losses amount to 220,000 with a 59% casualty rate for the Allied forces, and 253,000 with a 60% casualty rate for the Turkish forces.
 
The battle resonated profoundly among some nations involved. In Turkey, the battle is perceived as a defining moment in the history of the Turkish people a final surge in the defence of the motherland as the centuries-old Ottoman Empire was crumbling; and in Australia and New Zealand, the then perceived duty to serve their "Mother Country" Britain, resulted in their military defeat, but their sacrifice and heroism marked the birth of a separate national consciousness in both of these countries.
 
The Gallipoli peninsula is one of the most sacred sites for the Turkish people, with many monuments such as the Monument of Martyrs erected in the honor of the Turkish soldiers who died in the Battle of the Dardanelles against the Allied forces, whose defeat staved off a potential invasion of Turkey. The victory over the Allies is celebrated on 18 March as Canakkale Zaferi (Canakkale Victory), every year, with tens of thousands of Turks attending the events on the battlefields and memorials.
 
The area around Anzac Cove is particularly significant for Australians and New Zealanders, whose armies received their baptism in fire on the cliffs there, and carved a fine military reputation under extreme adversity and enourmous loss of life; and this military disaster marked the beginning of a separate Australian and New Zealand nationhood. The 1915 landings and battles are commemorated by Australians and New Zealanders on ANZAC Day, 25 April, every year. At this time especially, Gallipoli becomes a place of pilgrimage for many Aussies and Kiwis who want to honour the memory of their forbears.
 
There are three main battlefield areas - Cape Helles (Turkish: Seddülbahir), Anzac / Pine Ridge and Suvla Bay (which has fewer places to visit). Depending on how detailed your itinerary is, it would be possible to visit the main sites of interest, particularly around Cape Helles and Anzac/Pine Ridge, in a single day. More realistically, two or three days allows plenty of time for an extensive tour, taking in all the battlefield sites, cemeteries and memorials. Must sees include: The Cannakale Martyrs Memorial (near Cape Helles); The British Memorial at Cape Helles; Anzac Cove; Pine Ridge Australian Memorial; New Zealand Monument, Chunuk Bair; Ataturk Statue, Chunuk Bair.
 
Aside from the 1915 battlefields, why not visit the new Gelibolu Milli Park visitors centre where there are excellent displays relating to the natural history of the peninsula. You can also visit the ancient fortress of Kilitbahir south of Eceabat or take a ferry across the Straits to Asia; from Canakkale, drive to what is reputed to be the site of Ancient Troy (signposted Troia) about 30 kilometres to the south. The ruins of the legendary city - complete with (reconstructed) wooden horse - are open to the public.
The Gallipoli campaign took place between April and December 1915 in an effort to take the Dardanelles from the Turkish Ottoman Empire (an ally of Germany and Austria) and thus force it out of the war. Some 60,000 Australians and 18,000 New Zealanders were part of a larger British force. Some 26,000 Australians and 7,571 New Zealanders were wounded; and 7,594 Australians and 2,431 NZs were killed. In numerical terms Gallipoli was a minor campaign but it took on considerable national and personal importance to the Australians and New Zealanders who fought there.
 
The Gallipoli Campaign was Australia's and New Zealand's introduction to the Great War. Many Australians and New Zealanders fought on the Peninsula from the day of the landings (April 25, 1915) until the evacuation of 20 December 1915. The 25th April is the New Zealand equivalent of Armistice Day and is marked as the ANZAC day in both countries with Dawn Parades and other services in every city and town. Shops are closed in the morning. It is a very important day to Australians and New Zealanders for a variety of reasons that have changed and transmuted over the years.
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PERGAMON

Pergamon is one of the pearls in the chain of Western Anatolia.As a training to improve patience level of human, Acropolis was found at 335 m high altitude.On the plain of Bakırçay Greek people founded a city and named it after Pergamos (a mythical character in Greek legends).Then people built theatres to show heroic legends as a play in here to teach new generations and today still we study them in our schools as Prehistorical theatre examples.Also the city of Pergamon is an example of firsts; first parchment, first Asian library,first hospital complex, first altar house,first illment cures via psychotherapy,first and most well known emblem of medicine,first large-scale feast were held in here. Hamams for medical purposes were built here. Now it’s time to discover all the details of this marble city.

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  Sometimes totally white, sometimes like rainbow but it's always a magical site to watch and swim in.Nowhere around the world has this kind of castle[...]

PAMUKKALE

 
Sometimes totally white, sometimes like rainbow but it's always a magical site to watch and swim in.Nowhere around the world has this kind of castle from ancient times because of the white colour it is called cotton, and because of the ancient castle all the region is called 'Cotton Castle'.The thermal waters of the region heals the bone and heart problems of old and young people.Kleopatra pool is the largest swimming pool of the pamukkale where you can walk and swim on the ruins of ancient Hierapolis city which was the name of region in ancient times.Now it's under guard of UNESCO.
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Dating back  to 3000 years, one  can still  stroll for  hours along its streets, temples, tis theatre, the famous Library of Celcus, the  houses and  statues.
 
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The Temple of Artemis, measuring  125 by  60 meters was built during the first part of the Archaic Period and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.This temple has been built seven times according to antique writer Pliny.
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The Theatre Gymnasium, ıt was built in the early Roman period and was named The Theatre Gymnasium as the building was used fort he training of the actors of the theatre.
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