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Fire Of Anatolia - 10/9

Fire of Anatolia 10 Days

 

 

Day 1 Friday Istanbul

Welcome to Istanbul. You will transferred to your hotel and the remainder of the day is yours, free to explore old part of  Istanbul. Overnight Istanbul 

 

Day 2 Saturday Istanbul Old City

Tour the exotic city that spans both Europe and Asia visiting the Blue Mosque, the Aya Sofya, Topkapi Palace and the Hippodrome. Overnight Istanbul (B)

 

Day 3 Sunday Ankara, Cappadocia

After breakfast we drive towards the nation's capital, Ankara to visit Anitkabir, the Mausoleum of the famed Mustafa Ataturk before continuing on to the surreal landscape of Cappadocia.

Overnight Cappadocia (B, D)

 

Day 4 Monday Goreme, Underground City

Today we tour the Goreme open-air museum, Pasabag and Uchisar castle and Kaymakli underground city. Photo opportunities are everywhere so have your cameras ready! Carpet weaving has long traditions in Turkey and at the carpet village we learn how the carpets are made by hand what determines their value. Tonight, don't miss the optional Turkish folklore evening featuring folklore and belly dancers... a night you won't forget!  Overnight Cappadocia (B, D)

 

Day 5 Tuesday Konya, Pamukkale

Leaving Cappadocia we head south along the ancient Silk Road just as the ancient traders did. Along the way we visit Sultanhani Caravansary, before stopping at Konya to tour the Mevlana Museum.  Overnight Pamukkale (B, D)

 

Day 6 Wednesday Pamukkale, Aphrodisias

Visit the ruins of Hierapolis, the Temple of Apollo, Necropolis, and stroll over the magnificent white calcium terraces of Pamukkale. We then drive to Aphrodisias, home of the famous Temple of Aphrodite. Overnight Kusadasi (B,D)

 

Day 7 Thursday Ephesus

Absorb yourself in history today with a guided tour of Ephesus and a visit to the Temple of Artemis. Feel the mystical atmosphere of the ancient city and theatre. This afternoon we will enjoy a display of locally handcrafted leather goods before driving to Kusadasi.

Overnight Kusadasi (B)

 

Day 8 Friday Pergamum, Troy, Canakkale

After breakfast, we will drive along the Aegean coast to the ancient city of Pergamum. We visit the magnificent Acropolis of Pergamum, its impressive temples and library that made Pergamum a renowned cultural and political centre in its time. We then continue north to tour the legendary city of Troy.

Overnight Canakkale (B, D)

 

Day 9 Saturday Gallipoli Battlefields

After breakfast, we visit the WWI Battlefields of Gallipoli including Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair Memorials, ANZAC Cove, The Nek, Johnston's Jolly, original trenches and tunnels before driving to back to Istanbul.  

Overnight Istanbul (B)

 

Day 10 Sunday Istanbul

After breakfast, our tour concludes and we say goodbye to our new friends before being transferred to the airport for your onward flight. (B)

 

 

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We ask 30 percent of the amount in reservation and rest of the amount you can pay when you arrive in Istanbul. You can make a payment with your credit card or bank transfer. If you would like to pay by credit card, we will send a mail order form for you to fill out. Then you can send the completed and signed form back to us by e mail or by fax. If you would like to pay with bank transfer, please use the bank details below:

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Fc oto kiralama turizm ve tic. ltd. sti.

Adress : Akbiyik cad. No :13 Sultanahmet Istanbul

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IBAN NUMBER : TR 040006701000000087501689  

Swift Code     :  YAPITRIS072

Bank Name     :  Yapi Kredi Bank /Cemberlitas Brunch

Bank Adress   : Yapi Kredi bankasi A.S Cemberlitas Subesi Divanyolu cad. No 23 

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Tour Includes

o Inbound airport transfer – Istanbul 

o Outbound airport transfer – Istanbul 

o Transportation in a fully air conditioned, non smoking coach 

o Professional English-speaking tour guide for the duration of the tour 

o Tips except driver and guide

o Entrance fees to various sites

o 9 breakfasts, 5 dinners 

o 9 nights – 5 star and Boutique accommodation 

 

Tour does not include

o Tips – driver and guide

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CAPPADOCIA

CAPPADOCIA, in other words katpatuka , Land of Beautiful Horses. Cappadocia is one of the flowers of world with history, oneof the most amazing geography, and [...]

CAPPADOCIA

CAPPADOCIA, in other words katpatuka , Land of Beautiful Horses. Cappadocia is one of the flowers of world with history, oneof the most amazing geography, and  variety culture it has. Hence this extraordinary feature has drawn attention of the world and has been included into World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1985. Turkey is one of the nine countries taking place in World Heritage List.
 
History of Cappadocia
 
The earliest record of the name of Cappadocia dates from the late 6th century BC, when it appears in the trilingual inscriptions of two early Achaemenid kings, Darius I and Xerxes, as one of the countries (Old Persian) of the Persian Empire. In these lists of countries, the Old Persian name is Katpatuka, the land of beautiful horses.
 
History of Cappadocia dates back to Paleolithic Age. The prehistoric settlements of the area are Koskhoyuk (Kosk Mound) in Nigde, Aksaray Asikli Mound, Nevsehir Civelek cave and, in the southeast, Kultepe, Kanis and Alisar in the environs of Kayseri. First known local people in history of Cappadocia are Assurians, establishing trade colonies in Anatolia and formed first trade colonies. cave hotels of cappadocia.
This area with unusual topographic characteristics was regarded as sacred and called, in the Scythian/khatti language, as "Khepatukha" meaning "the Country of the People of the Chief God Hepat". The tablets called Cappadocian Tablets and the Hittite works of art in Alisar are of the important remains dating from 2000s B.C. After 1200s B.C., the Tabal principality, of the Khatti Branches of Scythians, became strong and founded the Kingdom of Tabal. Following the Late Hittite and Persian aras, the Cappadocian Kingdom was established in 332 B.C. During the Roman era the area served as a shelter for the early escaping Christians. There are also several underground cities used by early Christians as hideouts in Cappadocia. After Romans, Cappadocia was under domination of Seljuk's and Ottomans.
 
Location of Cappadocia
 
Cappadocia Region located in the center of the Anatolian Peninsula; in the center of what is now Turkey, with its valleys, canyons, hills and unusual rock formations. (Rose Valley, Love Valley, Monk's Valley, Zelve Valley, Ihlara valley, Dervent Valley) you are able to see them through "red tour" and "green tour". Cappadocia is surrounded by Aksaray, Kayseri, Kırşehir, Nigde and Nevsehir city where these rock formations are widespread as to the others.
 
The relief consists of a high plateau over 1000m in altitude that is pierced by volcanic peaks, with Mount Erciyes (ancient Argaeus) near Kayseri (ancient Caesarea) being the tallest at 3916 m. The boundaries of historical Cappadocia are vague, particularly towards the west. To the south, the Taurus Mountains form the boundary with Cilicia and separate Cappadocia from the Mediterranean Sea. To the west, Cappadocia is bounded by the historical regions of Lycaonia to the southwest and Galatia to the northwest. The Black Sea coastal ranges separate Cappadocia from Pontus and the Black Sea, while to the east Cappadocia is bounded by the upper Euphrates, before that river bends to the southeast to flow into Mesopotamia, and the Armenian Highland. This results in an area approximately 400 km (250 mi) east–west and 250 km (160 mi) north–south.
 
Landscape  of Cappadocia
 
60 million years ago Taurus Mountains raised up in 3rd geologic age. Volcanos started erupting with the compression of North Anatolian plateau. Mount Erciyes, Hasandag and Golludag, between two of them, spumed forth lava to the region. Ashes collected in the plateau formed a soft ash layer. Upper side of ash layer was covered with a thin lava layer consisted of basalt in some areas. Basalt cracked and fell apart. Rains started eroding soft tufa by weeping through the cracks. Winds also took part in the formation. Consequently, cones with hard basalt hat came into existence. Local people gave a name to these interesting and different kinds of rocks: "Fairy Chimneys".
EPHESUS Read More >

EPHESUS

Ephesus , one of the most famous cities of ancient times ,was founded by a by.The fertility of the soil, the fact that it stood at startingpoint of the Royal R[...]

EPHESUS

Ephesus , one of the most famous cities of ancient times ,was founded by a by.The fertility of the soil, the fact that it stood at startingpoint of the Royal Route of trade to the east and that it was a very prominent religious center in pagan times and during christinity.
Its situated  near the town  of Selcuk, is Turkey 's most important ancient city and one of the best preserved and restored in the whole Classical World.
 
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.
 
Ephesus was first setled by the Hittite  and Anatolian tribes.The ancient city of Ephesus whose ruins are visible today  though was  established by Lysimachos, one  of the  generals  of Alexander the Great in 300 B.C.
 
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.
The Temple of Hadrian ,This temple is the most magnificient  of the decorativestructures in Ephesus, has been built by Quintillus during 118-138 A.D . and consecrated to emperor Hadrian.
 
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.
PAMUKKALE Read More >

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[...]

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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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 [...]

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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