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Mountains: In the Marmara region the most important peak is the Uludağ (2543 m) at the same time it is a major winter sports and tourist centre. In the Aegean region, the mountains fall perpendicularly to the sea. In the Mediterranean region, located in the south of Turkey, the western and central Taurus Mountains suddenly rise up behind the coastline. The Central Anatolia Region is exactly in the middle of Turkey and gives the appearance of being less mountainous compared with other regions. The main peaks of the region are Karadağ, Karacadağ, Hasandağ, and Erciyes (3917 m). The Eastern Anatolia region is Turkey's largest and highest region. About three-fourths is at an altitude of 1500 - 2000 metres. There are numerous inactive volcanoes in the region, including Nemrut, Suphan, Tendurek and Turkey's highest peak where Noah's Ark was landed, Mount Ağrı (Ararat) is 5165 metres high
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Class: Cappadocia - Aegean Tour Season: All Seasons
   
Cappadocia to the West of Turkey Tour (5 Days - 4 Nights)

DAY 01: Arrive in Cappadocia, at 09:00am, transfer from Airport and have full day tour in Cappadocia with lunch, todays visits will be organise to Devrent Valley, Love Valley, Pasa Baglari, Goreme Open Air Museum, Uchisar Castle, Guvercinlik (Pigeon) Valley. Transfer to hotel , C/in Dinner and overnight at the hotel (B, L)

DAY 02: Konya: Todays tour begins with a visit to the Underground City of Derinkuyu, the largest and the deepest Underground City in Cappadocia.  Then visit to Ihlara Valley which is the largest, deepest and the longest canyon in Cappadocia. The valley is like a paradise with its beautiful natureand rocky Selimiye village. A photo stop by the pinnacles where some of the filming of Star wars was located. Then we drive along the Silk Road and visit a well-preserved caravansaray Sultanhan Caravanserai on the way.
Sightseeing tour of Konya (the capital of Seljuk Turks in 13th. Century and famous with the theological school of Mevlana and Whirling Dervishes). Afternoon Arrive to Konya our hotel Dinner and Overnight. (B,L)

DAY 03: Konya - Pamukkale:  depart to Pamukkale (6 hours drive).  Lunch on the way and Once arrive to Pamukkale we have sightseeing tour of Pamukkale (the ancient city of Hierapolis and Roman Theatre, the largest Necropolis of Asia Minor) and swimming at the thermal pools. You can swimm at hotels natural warm thermal pool. Overnight at the hotel. (B,L,D) 

DAY 04: Aphrodisias - Didyma - Miletos - Kusadasi: Modrning depart to visit Aphrodisias city dedicated to (Goddess of Love) and of the Ionian city of named Miletos where visit theatre Follows drive to Didym. Drive to Didym where visit Oracle Temple, then drive toKusadasi where we C/ in to our hotel. Dinner and ON. (B,L)

DAY 05: Full day Ephesus Tour and stay at Kusadasi: Early morning leave from Pamukkale and depart to Ephesus (3 hrs) Visit to (St John Church/Virgin mary House), road Ephesus, St. John Basilica and the Temple of Diana, one of the 'SEVEN WONDERS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD'. Last abode of Virgin Mary at Mounth Solmissos and visit to the old city of Ephesus, Marble Street - Odeon - Bouleterion - Temple of Hadrian and Serapis - Agora - Library of Celsus - Great Theatre - Double Church - Arcadian Way - Gate of Magnesia. Visit the Odeon, the Marble Street where St. Paul walked and held daily discussions here. The Temple of Diana, the Seven Wonders of the World, the Celcius Library, the Temple of Hadrian and the Theatre, followed by lunch visit to St John Basilica and follows you will be visit The last home of the Virgin Mary, which is now visited over a hundred thousand pilgrims each year. We have depart to Izmir airport. Flight to Istanbul. End of our tour and services. (B,L)









Accommodation in 4 stars hotels - a professional licenced Guide - Mentioned meals above in the tour program - A comfortable Bus, car or minivan - All entrance fees where necessary.
Local flight tickets - Drinks on the meals - Self expences in Hotel rooms (Minibar- Laundry-Telephone etc) - Tips to Guide and Driver.

Seasons/Prices

Low Season: November - March

Summer Season: April to October 

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 4 - 6   Pax

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8 - 12  Pax

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14 - 16 Pax

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18 - 22 Pax

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24 - 30 Pax

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32 - 35 pax

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36 - 42 Pax

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Tour Dates: Tour depart and can be organise private or regular base any date years around.

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