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Full Day Byzantine and Ottoman Relics Tour with overnight in IstanbulDay 1: Arrival in Istanbul, Transfer to Hotel with overnight in Istanbul
Upon arrival in Istanbul transfer to your hotel. Remainder of the day is free for you to explore on your own. Overnight in Istanbul.

Day 2: Full Day Byzantine & Ottoman Relics Tour with overnight in Istanbul
After breakfast approximately at 8:30 am pick up from your hotel to begin the full day tour. Visit Haghia Sophia Museum, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar and Topkapi Palace. Lunch at a local restaurant. At the end of the tour you will be transferred to your hotel at around 5:30 pm. Overnight at a hotel in Istanbul. (B, L)

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Day 3: Half Day Bosphorus Cruise Tour with overnight in Istanbul
After breakfast approximately at 8:30 am you will be picked-up from your hotel to visit the Spice Bazaar (or Egyptian Bazaar). Filled with spices, dried fruits, nuts and seeds, lokum (Turkish delight) and other edibles, Spice Bazaar has a smell of the fragrance of the exotic East. Then join a boat excursion on the Bosphorus on a shared tour. Enjoy viewing Ottoman palaces, Bosphorus bridge, citadels, centuries-old mansions and the European and Asian shorelines at the same time. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back to your hotel at approximately 1:00 pm.Pamukkale and Pergamum Tour Overnight in Istanbul. (B)

Day 4: Flight to Izmir, Full Day Ephesus Tour with overnight in Kusadasi
You will be picked up from your hotel for your transfer to the airport to catch your early morning flight to Izmir. Upon arrival at the airport you will be transferred to Selcuk where you will meet your professional tour guide to begin your full day small group tour.

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First you will visit The Temple of Artemis, which once was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Then you will visit the world famous ancient Greco-Roman City of Ephesus, the most well preserved example in the world. You will be able to explore the ruins of Ephesus while strolling past the Celsus Library, the Temple of Hadrian, and the Trajan Fountain and be able to visit the Great Theater where Paul preached to the Ephesians. After visiting this impressive site, you will have a lunch break.

After lunch, you will visit The House of Virgin Mary, where it is believed she spent her last days. This is a holy place for both Christians and Muslims. Next you will visit the Ephesus Archeological Museum to see findings of Ephesus excavations.

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by just_there


There price ranges are a little on the low side, but close.
Don't let the cost stop you, just be aware if you get information about Turkey being cheap. That information is a couple years old, it was cheap. But it is still very beautiful, the people are very nice, and you should see it. You only need 3 days in Istanbul to see most of the sites. Then hop on a bus and see the rest of the country. The busses go everywhere, they have quite a good transportation system.
F.Y.I. Learn some Turkish, and bring a phrase book, they do not speak much English out of Istanbul, but you'll get by.

Why care about Afghanistan?

by esky

I don't know if it is at all worth it to respond to your ignorant words. Your attitude sucks and makes me ashamed to share the same soil with the imbecile that you appear to be.
Why do we care about Afghanistan? Because they are people just like you and me-- and they could be us. Actually, for many across the country, they are us, in a sense. The people of Afghanistan have been the first victims of the Taliban. Afghanistan is not the Taliban, to paraphrase the article linked to below. Afghanis are living in despicable coniditions under the Taliban regime, and now they are scrambling to a futile end to get out of the country before we bomb the fuck out of them

Turkey, Iran...

by lakie

At least two of these "neighbors" has military firepower that could throw Iraq further into the dark ages. No one in the region is crazy about Saddam, but wouln't risk speaking out and helping to organize the hardliners in thier own countries.
Anyone know why we've singled out Iran again?? (In the state of the union). I know that we are doing buisiness with the hardliners that we are busy critisizing there. We are getting intellegence information from Iran and they are helping to enforce the oil embargo by increasing the patrols along the shoreline to deter smugglers. The only people in a position to do those things is the Iranian military, and they are controlled by the same hardliners that Bush singled out as comitting atrocities aginst thier people

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FAQ

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What's the best guide book to Turkey?

What's the best guide book for Turkey? What about Istanbul?
I was looking for one that has a lot of not so common sites in it and history about the places.

Thanks!

Library books are the best in details for stuff like that ^^ btw Istanbul is very nice LOL especially the food

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Turkey travel guide?

Do you know any site about turkey travel i know one that is best at the moment if you kow any site plz add here

http://www.turkeyway.com

Turkey's don't really travel much.

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