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Combine Istanbul, one of the world’s most remarkable cities, full of ancient monuments, awe-inspiring religious buildings and intoxicating bazaars, with the Cappadocia region, a spectacular landscape once at the heart of the Hittite empire, filled with ‘fairy chimney’ rock formations and underground cities.
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Fly from London to Istanbul with Turkish
Airlines. Transfer to the Vault Karakoy House
Hotel (or similar) for 3 nights. (N)
Full-day guided tour of Istanbul including
Hagia Sofia, the Blue Mosque, Hippodrome,
Grand Bazaar and Topkapi Palace. Stop en
route for traditional Turkish coffee tasting. (B)
Day at leisure. (B)
Morning transfer to the airport for a domestic
flight to Kayseri. Transfer to the Yunak
Houses Hotel (or similar) for 3 nights. (B)
Full-day sightseeing tour, including Göreme
Open-air Museum, Göreme valley, the town
of Avanos, and the Kaymakli underground
Morning transfer to the airport and fly to
London with Turkish Airlines, via Istanbul. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner,
N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
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CJJ2021: 6 Nights
All your arrangements worked well and we had a wonderful few days in Istanbul.Lord Phillips
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