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Turkey Tour Packages

Turkey offers a plethora of experiences with its varied culture and rich history that blend perfectly with the essence of modern lifestyle. This country presents a fascinating diversity of landscapes, cultural uniqueness and interesting culinary surprises, making it a sought-after destination. Travellers can visit the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, explore the treasures of Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Central Anatolia and explore the idyllic charms of Amasra, a small town on the Black Sea coast. Tourists can look for apt Turkey tour packages and enjoy their stay in this beautiful Eurasian nation. The Dolmabahce Palace is an architectural marvel in the city of Istanbul, featuring a rare blend of several classical styles. Having played an important role in the evolution of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, this country provides unsurpassed opportunities for religious tourism as well. The world-renowned Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Selimiye Mosque and Fatih Mosque are some of the must-visit attractions for the religiously inclined. They can also visit the place where Abraham was born. Tourists must ensure that these attractions are included on the itinerary of their Turkey holiday package. Besides, the country is dotted with beaches, where tourists can enjoy sunbathing, play beach volleyball or trying exciting water-sports like kayaking, swimming and snorkelling.

Tourists can spend hours on the Caddebostan Beach, located on the meeting point of Marmara Sea and Bosphorus Straits. Kucuksu Beach is another popular place for fun and relaxation. This place affords scenic views of the Bosphorus Bridge, known for its beautiful setting. Cappadocia is another beautiful city of this country, known for its unusual geological features and interesting historic and cultural attractions. Hot-air ballooning over Cappadocia during Turkey vacation can be the adventure of a lifetime. Known for its surreal beauty, the Pamukkale features a number of travertine hot springs, offering some of the finest opportunities for trekking. It is recognised as a World Heritage Site, bringing a number of tourists to this place every year. Tourists would be delighted to shop for unique works of Turkish art, including hand-woven carpets, pottery and ornamented housewares in the speciality boutique shops. Those who love to shop can visit the Carsamba Pazari, in Istanbul and Sali Pazari in Kadikoy for their unique offerings. Known for its eclectic cultural, natural and historical wonders, Turkey vacation defines the idea of an unconventional adventure.

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  • Explore Greece and Turkey (Land Only)

    Customizable Tour | 7 Nights

    Athens (2) Santorini (2) Athens (1) Istanbul (2)
    Explore Greece and Turkey (Land Only)
    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
    Customizable Tour 7
    SELLER: Yatra.com
    Athens (2) Santorini (2) Athens (1) Istanbul (2)
    Rs.83,550

    (EMI From Rs.5,133)

    Pay & Hold @ Rs. 5,000 Only

    Greece and Turkey are both fascinating countries and should be a definite on any travellers bucket list. This is a 7 Days Packages Covering Athens, Santorini and Istanbul as Destinations. Start your Tour from Athens A city whose history spans through centuries; your tour of Ancient Olympia will take you to the Corinth canal, the ancient theatre of Epidaurus and the place where the Olympic Games were born. Discover the captivating city of Istanbul, tour by Topkapi Palace Museum, the Blue Mosque, Saint Sophia or St. Savior and the Grand Bazaar.

    inclusions

    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    • Rs.2,506

Turkey Guide

  • Shopping in Turkey

    Shopping in Turkey

    Want a Turkish carpet? Go to the Grand Bazaar (Kapalicarsi) in Istanbul, with its domed structure and buzzing atmosphere. It is one of the oldest covered shopping centres in the world, having been built in the 15th century. Daily, lakhs of people throng this historical monument and are enchanted by the products of its artisans, including carpets, textiles and ceramics. The Spice Bazaar (Misir Carsisi) is a 17th-century building offering spices, sweets, jewellery and more. Most cities have shopping malls where you can find local delicacies and souvenirs as well as the international brands.

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  • Food Cuisines in Turkey

    Food Cuisines in Turkey

    Turkey, as can be expected, has a multiplicity of culinary cultures. The land has seen a blending of various influences over centuries, including the Mediterranean, Central Asian, Balkan and Continental. The kebabs, mezze (small traditional appetizers), baklava (a variety of rich, sweet pastries), Turkish coffee, cold dishes with olive oil and seafood are among its most famous delights. While Turkey has lights beers and good wines, the national drink is raki (an anise-flavoured liquor).

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  • Calendar of Events in Turkey

    Calendar of Events in Turkey

    In the town of Selcuk, you can see a Camel Wrestling Festival in January or February. Ankara hosts the Ankara Film Festival in March and the International Music Festival in April. Also in the month of April, experience the Eastern Orthodox Easter Sunday in Istanbul, the birthplace of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Fatih, on May 29 each year, celebrates the Ottoman victory over Byzantium in 1453. Aspendos Opera and Ballet Festival is held at the ancient theatre of Aspendos in Antalya in the months of June and July. In July, the island of Bozcada celebrates the Grape Harvest festival. Seker Bayrami is celebration of the end of Ramadan. Akbank Jazz Festival, in October, is held simultaneously in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir. Mevlana Festival in Konya showcases whirling dervishes in an ancient rite called sema.

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