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Treasures of Turkey Overview
Behold the treasures of Turkey on this all-encompassing Turkish tour.
Move seamlessly between the modern and the ancient on this incredible tour through some of Turkey’s most awe-inspiring places. Experience culture and architecture like no other in Istanbul, marvel at the mind-blowing landscapes of Goreme, step back into ancient times at Mardin and enjoy the warm welcome and unparalleled hospitality of the Turkish people every step of the way. Whether its remarkable architecture, ancient wonders, enchanting culture or unbelievable landscapes you are after, this exceptional tour of Turkey won’t disappoint.
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Adorned with treasure from all periods of human history, Istanbul is not only one of the world's most fascinating places, it's also one of its most mesmerising.
The Gallipoli Peninsula, a place of devastation and tragedy during World War I, is a place of great beauty and a memorial to all soldiers that fell there.
With a picturesque harbour facing the Aegean Sea, relaxed waterside cafes, hills of olive groves and nearby idyllic islands, Ayvalik exudes Turkish charm.
Selcuk's claim to fame is its proximity to the amazing ruins of Ephesus, although it has its own charm with its orchards, forests and strong cultural roots.
The arresting cascade of travertines and nearby hot springs have attracted visitors to Pamukkale since ancient times.
With cobblestone streets and beautifully preserved Ottoman-style buildings, Antalya's Old Town lies along Turkey's Mediterranean coast and looks on to picturesque mountains.
Sculptured by millenniums of erosion and centuries of human craftsmanship, Goreme is a truly magical place with fairy chimneys, rock-hewn churches and underground cities.
Mt Nemrut’s unique summit is littered with enormous statues from the first century BC, many of them beheaded gods of long ago.
Enjoy a homestay and a home-cooked feast with a traditional Turkish family near the village of Hilvan.
Steeped in history and famous for its unique cuisine, Sanliurfa is a magical city that blends ancient traditions with modern-day life.
Overlooking the Mesopotamian plains of Syria, Mardin is an ancient town coloured by Arabic-style sandstone buildings.
The wonderful city of Istanbul has an incredibly rich history, amazing array of architectural styles, a delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, fascinating culture and oodles of style.
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