Sensational Istanbul - Cappadocia - Pamukkale - Ephesus

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Koray Hotel

Pamukkale

Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Koray Hotel is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Pamukkale. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. A haven of rest and relaxation, the hotel will offer total renewal just steps away from the city's numerous attractions such as Scout House in Pamukkale, Pamukkale Traverter Municipal Swimming Pools, Pamukkale Thermal Pools. Koray Hotel also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Pamukkale. The hotel provides 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, airport transfer to ensure our guests the greatest comfort. Hotel accommodations have been carefully appointed to the highest degree of comfort and convenience. In some of the rooms, guests can find television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, air conditioning, heating, balcony/terrace. The hotel offers fantastic facilities, including hot spring bath, outdoor pool, garden, to help you unwind after an action-packed day in the city. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Pamukkale, make Koray Hotel your home away from home.

Rating

6.9

WELCOME to Hotel ilayda. Hotel ilayda is the best example of city hotels in Kusadasi. It is located in the most ideal place of Kusadasiwith its unique architecture, dedicated staff and quality service.

Rating

7

Holiday Activities

Istanbul

Full day tour of Iconic Istanbul

You can take in some of the most iconic sights of Istanbul in this morning tour that commences with a visit to the Blue Mosque. This magnificent mosque which was designed by Sinan and completed in 1616 is known for its majesty and superb iznik ceramic tiling. Continue outside to stroll along the Hippodrome. This vast public space was built by the Romans in the 3 rd and 4th centuries AD to accommodate events such as chariot races and gladiator fights. It is also home to the Column of Constantine, an Egyptian obelisk and the Serpentine Column. Next to the Hippodrome we will visit the Hagia Sophia. Originally built in 537AD as a Greek Orthodox church, this breath-taking building was converted to a mosque by the Ottomans and is now a museum. Inside there are two floors built around a central nave. It is adorned with superb decorations and has an enormous dome that soars overhead. Finish the morning with a walk through the Grand Bazaar for some shopping or just to absorb the sights, sounds and historic architectural beauty of this bustling market. Come on a tour to the famous Topkapi Palace and skip the queues that flock to see this magnificent and historically significant site. Built in the middle of the 15 th century, the walled complex comprised of the palace and its buildings dominate a small raised peninsula. The buildings are nestled within beautiful grounds that sweep down to the sea. For centuries, the palace was the political centre of the highly influential Ottoman Empire and although it is now purely a museum, as you visit its parts including courtyards, the Treasury, various pavilions, the holy relics, weapons and the Harem you will see how great it was. A lesser known part of the Hagia Sofia complex is the adjacent structure that houses the Sultan Tombs where five 16 th and 17 th century Ottoman sultans are interred.  Alongside each sultan’s sarcophagus are many others that hold their wives, children and other notables. The tombs are all beautifully designed and feature beautiful examples of tile work, mosaics, calligraphy and kundekari (a decorative form of carpentry consisting of interlocking pieces of wood and mother of pearl). Or; Not far from Topkapi Palace, this tour also takes you to Little Hagia Sophia Mosque which was constructed in the 6 th century as a Greek Orthodox Church before being converted to a mosque in the early 16 th century. Inside, this small octagonal mosque features a beautiful two-storeyed colonnade, marble pillars and a stunning umbrella dome.

Cappadocia

Full day Regional Tour

Cappadocia is known for its stunning conical rock formations (fairy chimneys), colourful landscapes and ancient homes that were carved into the rock formations. This tour takes you through the beautiful Devrent (Imagination) Valley where fairy chimneys tower overhead before moving into Pasabag (Monk Valley) nearby, where the fairy chimneys have strange double and triple-headed caps. After lunch at Avanos, you will visit the Goreme open air museum that has churches and frescoes from the 10th and 12th centuries. The day finishes at Uchisar Castle, a fortress that was cut from a large and tall fairy chimney

Pamukkale

Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) tour

This tour starts in the village of Karahayit and a visit to its red, green and white travertines and thermal pools of red water due to its iron content. Then on to Pamukkale to visit the expansive and magnificent ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis that was founded in the 2nd century BC to take advantage of the thermal pools nearby. Hierapolis sits atop a hill and features an enormous necropolis, baths, theatre, temples, an agora and antique pool. You will have time to yourself to wander the site before walking down the hill on the sparkling white travertine and enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

Ephesus

Full day Ephesus Tour

The day starts with a visit to the House of the Virgin Mary that is significant to both Christians and Muslims and currently serves as a chapel. From here, the tour continues to Ephesus - one of the most important harbour cities of the antique world. The ruins are magnificent and highlights include the Celsus Library, Gate of Augustus, the beautifully-decorated terrace houses, a huge amphitheatre and the Temple of Hadrian. Enjoy lunch at a local Turkish restaurant and afterwards, a trip to Isa Bey Mosque (1375) and the ruins of the Artemis Temple which was one of the Seven Wondders of the World.

Holiday Itinerary

Day 1 - Welcome
Istanbul

Welcome to Turkey. Arrive at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, get picked up and transfer to your hotel. Check in, Free day, First overnight stay at your hotel in Istanbul,

Activities

N/A

Meals Included

N/A

Day 2 - Sightseeing
Istanbul

Full day tour of Iconic Istanbul - pick up by 08:30, drop off by 18:00; Evening transfer to Istanbul Airport and flight to Kayseri/Nevsehir. Arrive and transfer to your hotel in Cappadocia following the flight, check-in. Overnight stay at your hotel in Cappadocia,

Activities

Istanbul

Full day tour of Iconic Istanbul

You can take in some of the most iconic sights of Istanbul in this morning tour that commences with a visit to the Blue Mosque. This magnificent mosque which was designed by Sinan and completed in 1616 is known for its majesty and superb iznik ceramic tiling. Continue outside to stroll along the Hippodrome. This vast public space was built by the Romans in the 3 rd and 4th centuries AD to accommodate events such as chariot races and gladiator fights. It is also home to the Column of Constantine, an Egyptian obelisk and the Serpentine Column. Next to the Hippodrome we will visit the Hagia Sophia. Originally built in 537AD as a Greek Orthodox church, this breath-taking building was converted to a mosque by the Ottomans and is now a museum. Inside there are two floors built around a central nave. It is adorned with superb decorations and has an enormous dome that soars overhead. Finish the morning with a walk through the Grand Bazaar for some shopping or just to absorb the sights, sounds and historic architectural beauty of this bustling market. Come on a tour to the famous Topkapi Palace and skip the queues that flock to see this magnificent and historically significant site. Built in the middle of the 15 th century, the walled complex comprised of the palace and its buildings dominate a small raised peninsula. The buildings are nestled within beautiful grounds that sweep down to the sea. For centuries, the palace was the political centre of the highly influential Ottoman Empire and although it is now purely a museum, as you visit its parts including courtyards, the Treasury, various pavilions, the holy relics, weapons and the Harem you will see how great it was. A lesser known part of the Hagia Sofia complex is the adjacent structure that houses the Sultan Tombs where five 16 th and 17 th century Ottoman sultans are interred.  Alongside each sultan’s sarcophagus are many others that hold their wives, children and other notables. The tombs are all beautifully designed and feature beautiful examples of tile work, mosaics, calligraphy and kundekari (a decorative form of carpentry consisting of interlocking pieces of wood and mother of pearl). Or; Not far from Topkapi Palace, this tour also takes you to Little Hagia Sophia Mosque which was constructed in the 6 th century as a Greek Orthodox Church before being converted to a mosque in the early 16 th century. Inside, this small octagonal mosque features a beautiful two-storeyed colonnade, marble pillars and a stunning umbrella dome.

Meals Included

Day 3 - Sightseeing
Cappadocia

Full day Regional Tour - pick up by 09:30, drop off by 16:00; Overnight bus to Pamukkale,

Activities

Cappadocia

Full day Regional Tour

Cappadocia is known for its stunning conical rock formations (fairy chimneys), colourful landscapes and ancient homes that were carved into the rock formations. This tour takes you through the beautiful Devrent (Imagination) Valley where fairy chimneys tower overhead before moving into Pasabag (Monk Valley) nearby, where the fairy chimneys have strange double and triple-headed caps. After lunch at Avanos, you will visit the Goreme open air museum that has churches and frescoes from the 10th and 12th centuries. The day finishes at Uchisar Castle, a fortress that was cut from a large and tall fairy chimney

Meals Included

Day 4 - Sightseeing
Pamukkale

Arrive in Pamukkale, get picked up and transfer to your hotel to relax a few hours. Have breakfast, Full day Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) tour - pick up by 09:30, drop off by 15:30; Drive to Kusadasi following the tour. Arrive at the hotel and check in. Have dinner, Overnight stay at your hotel in Kusadasi,

Activities

Pamukkale

Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) tour

This tour starts in the village of Karahayit and a visit to its red, green and white travertines and thermal pools of red water due to its iron content. Then on to Pamukkale to visit the expansive and magnificent ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis that was founded in the 2nd century BC to take advantage of the thermal pools nearby. Hierapolis sits atop a hill and features an enormous necropolis, baths, theatre, temples, an agora and antique pool. You will have time to yourself to wander the site before walking down the hill on the sparkling white travertine and enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

Meals Included

Day 5 - Sightseeing
Ephesus

Full day Ephesus Tour - pick up by 08:30, drop off by 16:30; Evening transfer from your tour to Izmir Airport and flight to Istanbul, arrive and transfer back to your hotel following the flight, Second overnight stay at your hotel in Istanbul,

Activities

Ephesus

Full day Ephesus Tour

The day starts with a visit to the House of the Virgin Mary that is significant to both Christians and Muslims and currently serves as a chapel. From here, the tour continues to Ephesus - one of the most important harbour cities of the antique world. The ruins are magnificent and highlights include the Celsus Library, Gate of Augustus, the beautifully-decorated terrace houses, a huge amphitheatre and the Temple of Hadrian. Enjoy lunch at a local Turkish restaurant and afterwards, a trip to Isa Bey Mosque (1375) and the ruins of the Artemis Temple which was one of the Seven Wondders of the World.

Meals Included

Day 6 - Departure
Istanbul

Transfer to Ataturk Airport 3 hours before your flight. End of our services here. Thank you for choosing us for your travel in Turkey.

Activities

N/A

Meals Included

Holiday Inclusions

  • 1 full day Istanbul tours & Museums entry fees, parking and road tolls
  • 1 full day Cappadocia tour & Museums entry fees, parking and road tolls
  • 1 full day Pamukkale tour & Museums entry fees, parking and road tolls
  • 1 full day Ephesus tour & Museums entry fees, parking and road tolls
  • Pick up and drop off at your accommodations
  • Transportation in A/C non-smoking car or bus with professional English speaking guide and driver and their daily expenses
  • Meals as mentioned at above itinerary day by day
  • 2 nights accommodation in Istanbul (Options of Orient Express Hotel, Centrum Hotel, Genova Hotel, Vicenza Hotel)
  • 1 night accommodation in Cappadocia (Options of Goreme Valley Cave House, Urgup Inn Hotel, Grand Cappadocia Hotel)
  • 1 morning accommodation in Pamukkale (Option of Koray Hotel)
  • 1 night accommodation in Kusadasi (Options of Sozer Hotel, Ilayda Hotel)
  • Airport transfers
  • Domestic flight tickets
  • Small group tours
  • Step back in time on a history tour
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Bus tickets from Cappadocia to Pamukkale

Holiday Exclusions

  • Below suggested optional activities
  • Tips of driver and guide
  • International flight tickets
  • Insurance: All types
  • Turkey entry visa
  • Items as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry
  • Any other expenses which are not mentioned at the included section
Hotel Type Adult Child Child - without bed Solo Traveler
Standard ৳59500 N/A N/A N/A
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Refund/Return policy


Most of our holiday packages are non refundable but in some cases we may allow the cancellation and do the refund:

If you cancel the holiday then the refund criteria will be:
You, or any member of your party, may cancel their travel arrangements at any time. Written notification or an e-mail to that effect from the person who made the booking must be received at our offices. The applicable cancellation charges are as per the published refund policy below:

Refund charges:

  • Prior to 45 days or more: Booking Fee
  • Between 44-31 days ahead of departure: 50% of tour cost
  • Between 30-16 days of departure: 75% of tour cost
  • 15 days to date of departure: 100%
  • In case of no show: 100%

You will get the refund after deducting the stated percentage.