Following your arrival at the Istanbul Airport, you’ll go to the ancient Hippodrome of Constantinople. It served as the focal point for all significant festivities in the ancient city of Constantinople, and it continues to highlight the long history of Istanbul that dates back more than 900 years. Visit the well-known Blue Mosque, which was constructed in 1616, and the Hagia Sophia Mosque, which is very important to both Muslims and Christians. Visit the Topkapi Palace, which houses many sacred treasures, including some of the Prophet Muhammad’s possessions. One of the world’s longest suspension bridges, the Osman Gazi Bridge, will be used to transport you to Bursa at the conclusion of your first day in Turkey.
Meals: Breakfast (local) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (hotel)
Overnight: Bursa


After spending the night in Bursa, you will have a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel and have the opportunity to see the Turkish Delight Shop and the Grand Mosque, which date back to 1399. Before traveling to Kusadasi to spend the night there, you will also have time to browse at the Silk Bazaar and see the Green Mosque.
Meals: Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (hotel)
Overnight: Kusadasi


The third day begins with a visit to the Leather Factory Outlet in Kusadasi, where a selection of genuine leather products is offered. Find more about the 18 km away the Ancient Greek-Roman City of Ephesus, which is one of the best-preserved ancient cities in the world. We drive to Pamukkale, an area in Western Turkey well-known for its mineral-rich hot springs and stunning scenery. We will see the Hierapolis Ancient City, which has relics dating back to 190 BC, after relaxing at Cotton Castle and Cleopatra’s Ancient Pool at the conclusion of the day.
Meals: Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (hotel)
Overnight: Pamukkale


The fourth day begins with breakfast at the hotel, followed by a visit to a textile manufacturing outlet to see how nature fashions cotton-white terraces. We’ll make a brief stop at the Mevlana Museum and the tomb of Rumi, a well-known dervish, and Persian Sufi mystic, before beginning our long, five-hour journey from Pamukkale to Konya. We will start our three-hour journey to Cappadocia after you have had a chance to see the Mevlana Museum. En route, we’ll stop at the Seljukian Caravanserai “Sultanhani,” one of the largest caravanserais in the whole world, for an incredible photo opportunity.
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (hotel)
Overnight : Cappadocia


You may have a fantastic hot air balloon ride over the magnificent Cappadocian countryside before we visit the famous carpet factory. We’ll also visit the 20,000-person capacity Derinkuyu Underground City, which is large and multi-leveled. After passing through the Derbent Valley, which is recognized for its breathtaking beauty and unique rock formations, one arrives at Avanos town, the hub of Cappadocia’s pottery industry. You will also get to explore Cappadocia’s highest point at the Uchisar Citadel and take some wonderful shots there before we arrive at the Pigeon Valley, which features various artificial pigeon houses carved in pliable volcanic tuff. We’ll visit the Turquoise Factory to check out the gorgeous jewelry to round out day four before returning to the hotel.
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (hotel)
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We will go to Ankara from Cappadocia in around 3.5 hours. You may capture some amazing shots at Salt Lake, the second-largest lake in Turkey, which is 105 kilometers long. Take a vehicle to Ankara. We’ll visit Ataturk’s tomb, the nation’s first president, and take in the beautiful domes of the three-story Millet Mosque. We’ll travel for around 4.5 hours from Ankara to Istanbul, where we’ll spend the night.
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (local)
Overnight : Istanbul


Day 7 of the trip starts with visiting Camlica Hill, which is known for having a beautiful view of the Bosphorus and natural scenery. You will also visit the Camlica Mosque and take Bosphorus Cruise to explore the Ortakoy Village, which is mainly popular for having a great view of the Bosphorus Bridge, also known as the Bridge of the Martyrs of July 15. You will get free time for shopping in Grand Bazaar before returning to the hotel.
Meals : Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (local)
Overnight : Istanbul


After having breakfast at the hotel, we will be visiting the Ayyub Mosque and the tomb of Abu Eyup Al Ansari, who was the first host of the Prophet (PBUH) in Medina. We will also explore Fatih Mosque and Maqam, which was rebuilt in 1771 with a beautiful design and structure. You can shop around Taksim Square and Istiklal Street before returning.
Meals: Breakfast (hotel) – Lunch (local) – Dinner (local)

Scenic Highlights

  • Blue Mosque
  • The Hippodrome of Constantinople
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Hagia Sophia Mosque
  • Grand Mosque
  • Silk Bazaar
  • Green Mosque
  • Ephesus Ancient Greek-Roman City
  • Hierapolis Ancient City
  • Cotton Castle and Cleopatra’s Ancient Pool
  • Mevlana Museum
  • Underground City
  • Derbent Valley
  • Goreme Town
  • Uchisar Citadel
  • Pigeon Valley
  • The Salt Lake
  • Millet Mosque
  • Mausoleum of Ataturk and Museum
  • Camlica Hill
  • Camlica Mosque
  • Ortakoy Village
  • Bosphorus Cruise
  • Grand Bazaar
  • Fatih Mosque
  • Ayyub Mosque
  • Taksim Square & Istiklal Street


  • English-speaking licensed local guides will be assisting you.
  • Indonesia-speaking licensed local guides for Indonesian travelers.

Package Includes

  • Hotel Accommodation
  • All airport transfers
  • Transportation by AC Coach, Wi-Fi & Parking Fees
  • Professional Tour Guide Service
  • Full Board Meals (Local & Asian)
  • Entrance fee per itinerary
  • Water Service during Meals and on the Bus
  • Private boat for Bosphorus Cruise Trip for ten pax and above
  • Regular boat for Bosphorus Cruise Trip for nine pax and below

Personal Expenses, Drinks, Domestic & International Flight Tickets, Portage Service, PCR Test, Optional Tour, and Gratuities for your guide and driver are not included in the price.


  • Timing on itinerary may change due to traffic, weather, or unexpected situations. There will be no refund for unused service.
  • Prices are not applicable on fair dates, on religious holidays, and during the Christmas – New Year period.

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