Amazing Turkey by Land Small Group

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Start:Istanbul
Finish:Istanbul
Duration:0 Nights
Group size:12 - 12
Suitable for: 18 - 59 years
Accommodation:5 and 4 star hotels
Physical rating:Low
Meals:9 breakfasts | 7 dinners
Tour operated in: English

Overview

Travelling with a group of no more than 12 people, our new Small Group trips provide you with more space for your comfort and pleasure. A compact tour of Turkey’s amazing wonders and natural beauties. This 10-day tour starts off exploring the beautiful Istanbul, before heading to Gallipoli to pay respect to fallen soldiers at Anzac Cove. After this, you will head south and visit the ever popular Trojan Horse, before taking in the ancient wonders of Ephesus. Also included in this tour is a boat trip around Dalyan coast. Lastly you will visit the healing pools and ancient ruins of Pamukkale and then fly back to Istanbul. .......read more
Highlights
  • Swim in the revitalising, mineral rich waters of Pamukkale and explore the Cotton Castle landscapes
  • Visit the historical heartlands of Turkey, including the shores of Gallipoli
  • Experience bucket-list moments with optional activities such as floating over the fairy chimneys of Cappadocia in a Hot Air Balloon
  • Visit Topkapi Palace, or the Seraglio, a large museum in the east of the Fatih district of Istanbul
  • Stay in hand-picked, centrally located and authentic 5 & 4-Star hotels
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tour details

This tour is operated by Travel Talk Tours

Start:Istanbul
Finish:Istanbul
Duration:0 Nights
Group size:12 - 12
Suitable for: 18 - 59 years
Accommodation:5 and 4 star hotels
Physical rating:Low
Meals:9 breakfasts | 7 dinners
Tour operated in: English
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