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Eastern Turkey Tour – 8 Days

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Duration

8 Days/7 Nights

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Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Group Size

8 people

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Languages

English

Overview

Turkey Tours 8 days is a Perfect Package to spend your holidays in Turkey.  Because it covers all main destinations in Turkey. Additionally covers the sightseeing of Trabzon, Diyarbakir, Erzurum etc. So This is a complete package at that you can explore in the such of time period. So If you want to know about Turkey please visit our you tube channel BOOKRUMZ.

Turkey: Turkey is a country straddling eastern Europe and western Asia with social associations. With antiquated Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman domains. Cosmopolitan Istanbul, on the Bosphorus Strait, is home to the notable Hagia Sophia, with its taking off arch and Christian mosaics, the enormous seventeenth century Blue Mosque and the around 1460 Topkapı Palace.

Diyarbakir: Diyarbakır is one of the biggest urban communities in southeastern Turkey. It is regularly viewed as the informal capital of Northern Kurdistan. Arranged on the banks of the Tigris River, it is the managerial capital of the Diyarbakır Province.

Trabzon: Trabzon is a city on the Black Sea shoreline of upper east Turkey. Worked as a congregation in the thirteenth century, the city’s Hagia Sophia has filled in as a medical clinic and an exhibition hall, however today is a mosque with reestablished roof frescoes. The Trabzon Museum, set in a mid twentieth century chateau with extravagant and craftsmanship nouveau components, follows the city’s history with archeological and ethnographic shows.

Erzurum: Erzurum is a city in eastern Anatolia. It is the biggest city in and eponymous capital of Erzurum Province. It is arranged 1757 meters above ocean level. Erzurum had a populace of 361,235 in the 2000 enumeration, expanding to 367,250 by 2010.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Guided tour in Trabzon
  • Guided tour in Erzurum
  • Guided tour in Kars
  • Guided tour in Dogubeyazit
  • Guided tour in Van
  • Guided tour in Diyarbakir

Itinerary

Itenirary
Day 1 - Trabzon - Arrival Day
Welcome to Trabzon. Today is your arrival day. Airport transfers are available from airport or bus station during the hours of 8:00am til 8:00pm. Transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Trabzon.
Itenirary
Day 2 - Trabzon
(Breakfast and dinner included)
Depart for St. Sophia (Ayasofya), a 13th century church and study its extraordinary collection of Byzantine frescoes, depart for Gulbahar Hatun Mosque, Castle and Ataturk's Mansion (a picturesque hillside retreat), visit Ortahisar Mosque (a Comneni cathedral in the old town). Lunch at a seaside restaurant in Akcaabat. Afternoon we explore the cobbled stone streets of Trabzon. Drive to Boztepe; enjoy our tea from samovar with the panoramic view of the city. Overnight in Trabzon.
Itenirary
Day 3 - Sumela Monastery - Zigana - Karaca Cave - Erzurum
(Breakfast and dinner included)
Depart for Sumela Monastery, visit the 4th century Sumela Monastery which clings to a sheer cliff face in a deep forest, relax beside a fast flowing stream at Altindere Valley National Park, lunch, traveling along the Silk Road through the Zigana Mountains (Pontic Alps) will take us to Karaca Cave, considered to be the most beautiful in Turkey for its colors and formations. Drive to Erzurum via Bayburt. Overnight in Erzurum.
Itenirary
Day 4 - Erzurum - Kars
(Breakfast and dinner included)
An early morning departure from Erzurum will take us on a beautiful drive to Kars passing on the way Sarikamis, the coldest spot in Turkey. We will arrive in Kars and visit Ani at the Turkish-Armenian border. We will take a 45-minute drive to the medieval Armenian City of Ani, which lies mostly in ruins. Impressive fortified walls still encircle the ruins of numerous churches, mosques and caravansaries. Enjoy a walk around the ruins and see the beautiful view to the Armenian border imagining it as a city with one million people rivaling Bagdad in its time! This city has experienced the cultures of Urartians, Armenians, Georgians, Mongols, Russians and finally the Turks. Overnight in Kars.
Itenirary
Day 5 - Dogubeyazit (Mount Ararat)
(Breakfast and dinner included)
This morning we will drive for 3 1/2 hours along the "Silk Road" to Dogubeyazit. At the Iranian border we will see a site known as the Crater Hole. This is a beautiful, yet rugged area. We will have the opportunity to see Mount Ararat from all sides. It is believed by some to be the resting-place of Noah's Ark; but to date no one has found anything that has been verified as the Ark - yet the search is still on. In the afternoon we will stop and see the Ishak Pasa Palace. This complex is a combination of a mosque, a fortress, and a palace which originally had a room for every day of the year! Below you can also see the remains of Eski Bayazit, and Urartian City which flourished in 1000 BC. Overnight in Kars.
Itenirary
Day 6 - Dogubeyazit - Lake Van
(Breakfast and dinner included)
After visiting the Iranian border, we will depart for Van in the early morning, a drive of approximately three hours. This city has been established 13th century BC, when the Hurrites arrived. Then the Hittites, Urartians, Persian, Armenians, Macedonians, Romans and finally in 11th century the Turks came here. From here, we will visit the finest Armenian architectural wonder of the Church of the Holy Cross on Akdamar Island. We'll also visit the wonderful Kurdish castle of Hosap very close to the Iranian border as well as the Urartian citadel. Overnight in Van.
Itenirary
Day 7 - Van - Ahlat - Batis - Diyarbakir
(Breakfast and dinner included)
After visiting the eerie 12th century Selcuk cemetery in Ahlat in the morning we will head to Bitlis for lunch and a good walk around, Batis otherwise known as Alexander's town. Its a unique medieval town! Overnight in Diyarbakir.
Itenirary
Day 8 - Diyarbakir - End of Tour
(Breakfast included)
Today your tour is over. Please make your own arrangements for departure remembering that your hotel will need you to check out before midday. We hope you had a memorable tour and we look forward to seeing you in the future on another Bookrumz Turkey Tour. Have a safe trip back home and thanks for choosing us

Included/Exclude

  • Return airport transfers
  • 4 star and Boutique Hotels in each area
  • 2 nights hotel in Trabzon including breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night hotel in Erzurum including breakfast and dinner
  • 2 night hotel in Kars including breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night hotel in Van including breakfast and dinner
  • 1 night hotel in Diyabakir including breakfast and dinner
  • Guided tour in Trabzon
  • Guided tour in Erzurum
  • Guided tour in Kars
  • Guided tour in Dogubeyazit
  • Guided tour in Van
  • Guided tour in Diyarbakir
  • All entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary
  • Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking coach
  • Professional English-speaking tour guides
  • Cost is valid for minimum 4 Pax
  • 5% GST included
  • International flights
  • Personal expenses: Lunches, extras at hotel or additional meals
  • Tipping: Tips for guides and drivers
  • Insurance: All types

Tour's Location

FAQs

Is Airfare included in this package?
No, airfare is not included in this package.
Which airline is operating from India to Turkey?
There are many air lines are operating from India to Turkey like Etihad Airways, Gulf air and some others.
Is visa required for Turkey?
Yes, visa is required to visit in Turkey.
What is the visa fee for Turkey Visa?
Turkey tourist visa fee is approximate 4500 rs.
Is Turkey safe to travel for Indians?
Yes, Turkey is a safe country to visit there.
Why is Turkey famous?
Turkey is famous for its amazing sightseeing like Ephesus, Cappadocia, Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Gallipoli city and many other things to do in Turkey.
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