Day 1: Arrive to Istanbul
You will be picked up from airport by our driver, transferred to your hotel. Overnight stay in Istanbul.
Day 2: Full Day City Tour
After breakfast you wll be picked up from your hotel for a full day tour of the Sultanahmet district, the heart of old Istanbul. Firstly we visit the Hagia Sofia then Hippodrome; the stadium of ancient Byzantium where an Egyptian obelisk and a bronze sculpture of three serpents from Delphi erected by Roman Emperors. Then we continue to the Blue Mosque and the famous Grand Bazaar. After lunch we visit the amazing Topkapi Palace which was the residence of the Ottoman Sultans for 380 years. After the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel.
Day 3: Istanbul - Kayseri - Cappadocia
You will be picked up from Istanbul hotel and transferred to the airport with your private car and driver. You will take a direct flight from Istanbul to Capadoccia which is about 1 hour. Upon arrival, you will meet with your private car and driver. Transferred to your hotel in Urgup which is a combination of six cave houses dating back to the 5th and 6th centuries and crowned with a 19th century Greek Mansion. Enjoy your stay in this authentic hotel.
Day 4: Cappadocia
You can book our optional hot air balloon tour for a wonderful experience and to enjoy the magnificent view of the valleys and the region. Otherwise take enjoyable visits to Devrent and Pasabagi valleys, to see the amazing fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. Then head to Avanos, which is famous pottery town. You can watch the potters at work using kick wheels, the technique which has remained unchanged for generations before break for lunch. After lunch, visit to the Goreme Open Air Museum for the world’s most important Byzantine cave churches and the best preserved cave wall paintings and frescos. Finally, you will be driven to Uchisar castle, the highest point of the region, where we will have a fabulous panoramic view over Cappadocia.In the evening you can be booked for a dinner in authentic cave restaurant.
Day 5: Cappadocia - Konya - Pamukkale
Early wake up for a long day mostly will be spent in the bus as there is no direct flight from Cappadocia to Pamukkale. However, you will have chance to see untouched beauties of the country; villagers working in their farms, fertile plains and the cultural diversity between the cities. On our way to Pamukkale, we will stop at Konya to see the Mevlana Museum which shelters the tomb of Rumî, known to his followers as Mevlana, a Muslim poet and mystic. Finally, arrive in Pamukkale considered to be the oldest spa center in the world. You can enjoy the thermal pools and the spa in your hotel.
Day 6: Hierapolis - Aphrodisias - Kusadasi
Departing your hotel, the first visit will be to Hierapolis, the ancient Greco-Roman city on top of hot springs located nearby Denizli. You will see the large necropolis is filled with sarcophagi, including the Sarcophagus of Marcus Aurelius Ammianos as well as the Great Baths, Frontinus Street, Theatre, Martyrion of St. Phillip and the antique pool also known as Cleopatra’s pool. Finally amazed by travertines, (the terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water) on which you will take an enjoyable barefooted walk. After lunch, visit to the ancient city of Aphrodisias, is the City of Aphrodite, Goddess of Love. Then, drive along the fertile Meander River valley which will bring you to Kusadasi, popular port for the cruise ships. Enjoy dinner at leisure.
Day 7: Ephesus
Drive to Selcuk among the fruit trees and see the gigantic Temple of Artemis which was one of the Seven Wonders of the world. Then stroll in the world-famous Ancient City of Ephesus, including the Arcadian Way, the Roman Baths, Temple of Hadrian, the Celcus Library and the Antique Theater. In the afternoon a visit to the Shrine of Virgin Mary, where she lived her last years and the Basilica of St John.
Day 8: Izmir - Cairo (via Istanbul)
You will be transferred to the airport with your private car and driver. Take a direct flight from Izmir to Istanbul. Arrive in Istanbul to take your flight to Cairo. You will be transferred to your Cairo hotel. Overnight stay in Cairo.
Day 9: Full Day Pyramids Tour
You will be picked up from your hotel for a full day tour. Firstly you will discover Necropolis of Saqqara where you can see the Step Pyramid of Zoser which is the most remarkable landmark of Necropolis. After lunch you will visit the three pyramids of Guizah, Sphinx and the Valley Temple. After visits you will be transferred to your hotel.
Day 10: Cairo - Luxor & Nile Cruise
Today you will be transferred to Cairo airport to take the flight to Luxor.At Luxor airport your represantative will be waiting you. He will be holding sign with your name on it. After get your luggage and transferred to your nile cruise ship. After check in you will visit East & West Bank Firstly arrive to the East Bank to visit the Luxor Temple and the Karnak Temple. Karnak Temple is most beautiful and biggest temple. Then you will cross to the West Bank to discover the Necropolis of Thebes, Valley of the Kings, There are 62 found tombs. You will visit three of them : most colorfull one, unfinished one and first found one. There are another 60 tombs to be find here.Than you will visit temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Hatshepsut is only Queen and her statues made with beard and very strong. She is first Queen who made trade. You will be visit also Alabaster Company. This is chance to see The light marble vases. You will be visited the Colossi of Memnon.. Overnight stay in Luxor.
Day 11: Luxor
After breakfast you will sail to Esna and cross the lock in the afternoon. On way to Esna you will see shopping boats near your cruise. This is different shopping experience. They will sail near your cruise. Esna Temple is smallest one. After lunch time you will sail to Edfu. Overnight stay in Edfu.
Day 12: Edfu - Kom Ombo
After breakfast you will visit the Horus Temple; Edfu Temple. Horus is son of Isis. After lunch visit Kom Ombo Temple. This temple is only Temple which made for two God, Sobek and Horus. Sobek is crocodile God. Overnight stay in Aswan.
Day 13: Aswan
After breakfast you will visit the Philae Temple. This Temple is Isis's Temple who is Beautiy Goddess. You will take small boat when you go Philae Temple. Then enjoy a felucca ride around Elephantine Island and the Botanical Gardens. After lunch you will visit High Dam and pass by the Old Dam. Overnight stay in Aswan.
Day 14: Aswan-Cairo
Disembark after breakfast. After check out you will be transferred to airport with air conditioned private van.Transfer to the airport for your Cairo flight. Arrive to Cairo, transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in Cairo.
Day 15: Departure
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight. End of our services.
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