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BURSA WATERFALL TOUR

Bursa, first capital of Ottoman Empire, is known to be a natural entertainment center due to its waterfalls, mountains, forests and green areas

ABANT TOURS

We hit the road towards Abant by picking all passengers up form their hotels at 07:00-08:00 depending upon the precise hour given for you esteemed guests coming from different

Manavgat Waterfall

The Manavgat waterfall is one of the best known waterfalls in Turkey. It is located 3 km from the village of Manavgat. The small cascade on Manavgat Creek is 2 m high and 40 m wide. Although waterfalls are not high, the current is very powerful
  • Bursa Tour
    BURSA Bursa: The first capital of the Ottoman Empire with a history dating back to 4000BC at the heart of the silk and spice trade and Turkey's fourth largest and advanced city. The city which has been the capital of many civilizations and religions for centuries is the hub of many is the hub of many monuments and historical works nowadays. The city’s skyline is comprised of historical landmarks varying from mosques to madrasas and from churches to baths. Attracting attention for its natura<<<l beauty as well as its rich cultural heritage Bursa is also a much preferred holiday resort for winter sports. Uludağ in Bursa is frequented by both winter and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Home to many Islamic, Christian and Jewish monuments Bursa has also been the site of numerous council meetings which are of great importance to Christians. Within the province of Bursa, Iznik is the most important of the eight Christian pilgrimage sites located in Turkey.   Well-known for its large shopping centers, bazaars and museums Bursa has a temperate climate. The region is cool in the summer and mild in the winter.   One of the most important contributions of Bursa to the history of Turkish culture is the Karagöz and Hacivat shadow theater. Shadow Theater has reached the land of Bursa in the 17th century and become an important corner stone of Turkish culture since then. Who wouldn’t like to sightsee a scenic city that harbors a variety of landmarks of different cultures?    The capital of many civilizations Bursa is blessed with many natural and historical sites that attract the attention of the ecotourism and culture tourism sectors. Bursa is literally an open-air museum with its many castles, churches, lodges, mosques, mausoleums, madrasas, museums, inns, bridges, spas and cultural centers bearing the traces of history and different civilizations. It is possible to come across a hidden heritage in every corner of the city. With its natural areas and parks, Bursa is the first choice for sports lovers. The coastal and mountainous sites of the area are ideal for sport enthusiasts who want to spend some entertaining time full of adrenaline. Uludag welcomes all skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering enthusiasts with great pleasure. Cumalıkızık invites all tourists who want to explore the lifestyle in the old district of Bursa. It is a highly recommended must-see place that is worth the visit before leaving Bursa. The spas and thermal hotels are among the most valuable assets of Bursa. While relaxing in the healing waters of the thermal springs will feel the tranquility invading your body from top to toe. The local cuisine, which has originated from the Ottoman cuisine and been enriched with ingredients brought by traders from distant regions, is famous for its delicious and original dishes. While the world-famous Iskender Kebab, served with pita and thinly sliced delicious meat will delight your taste buds the traditional desserts Kemalpasa and candied chestnuts will become your favorite after-dinner desserts. Silk, which has been the most important product and trade item of Bursa is processed with great efforts so that high quality fabric of silk is obtained. It is highly recommended that you take a look at these special fabrics made of pure silk before leaving Bursa. Last but not least, Bursa is inviting you to explore the cultural heritage that has evolved under the influence of the Silk Road.     
  • Abant Nature Tour
    Abant Abant is about 200 km. northwest of Ankara on the İstanbul highway and it is 225 km. when you drive from Istanbul. To reach Abant Lake you turn left at the Abant crossing after Bolu, which is one of Turkey's greenest cities. Surrounded by dense pine forests, the fresh water lake is 1.325 meters above sea level. It has an area of 125 hectares and is fed by underwater sources. Abant is a perfect place for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and the stress of the daily grind. The countryside is pleasantly different in very season. In autumn a forest of reds, yellows and greens combine with the rich hues of soil from the brushstrokes of a painter. In winter the landscape is tucked beneath a pure white blanket. Flora and fauna go wild in the Abant springtime offering an endless treasure for photographers. The lake in summer has rich plant life with wild fruit trees, flowers, mushrooms all around, and water lilies covering the surface. The trout farm at Abant is the first in Turkey. There is a fee for fishing, but your chances of catching a few are quite good. The forests around the lake offer perfect living environment for deer, and a special wildlife reserve is dedicated to increasing their numbers. The seven-kilometers walk around the lake offers a great opportunity to enjoy the environs. While you are walking the noises made by birds and squirrels will be there to accompany you, not to mention the wild strawberries for you to enjoy as you walk. Those who don't wish to walk can ride on a horseback or complete the tour with a horse cart. But be warned, if you are not used to riding a horse you may find it difficult to walk or sit down after your tour! If sitting is no problem, you will find many banks, picnic areas and open-air cafés for a rest en route. Since hotel development is restricted in the coastal areas of the lake, Abant Palace, Büyük Abant Otel and Abant Köşküor Koru Otel on the Ankara - Istanbul highway are the most convenient places to have a pleasant stay. We strongly recommend a prior reservation for weekends and holidays. Even on the coldest days, villagers set up stalls close to the hotels selling their home produce including traditional woolen village socks, dried tarhana soup mix (a traditional soup made of yogurt, tomatos, flour and spices), various kinds of cheese, honey, warm fresh bread, butter, dried fruits, jams and even olives. The famous fresh cream of the region is also available. At Banat you'll find the warm hospitality of a traditional Turkish village. While you are in Abant: *You can wander on the snow and visit the environ forests and plateaus with the company of a guide. *If you don't wish to walk then you can enjoy around the lake or at the hotels or ride on sleighs, horse, donkey and horse carriages. *Although the ice layer covering the lake seems thick never and never try to walk on. *The villagers set up stalls on weekends and sell their home produce. Don't miss to visit. *Sucuk-ekmek (grilled faggot and bread) parties at the picnic areas is a characteristic of Abant. They also serve warm wine. *Otters, one of the most sympathetic animals of the nature, discovered Abant Lake recently. They love cold water and hunting them is forbidden. If you see one we suggest you take a picture.
  • Daily Istanbul Tour
    ISTANBUL Located in the center of the Old World, Istanbul is one of the world's great cities famous for its historical monuments and magnificent scenic beauties. It is the only city in the world which spreads over two continents: it lies at a point where Asia and Europe are separated by a narrow strait - the Bosphorus. Istanbul has a history of over 2,500 years, and ever since its establishment on this strategic junction of lands and seas, the city has been a crucial trade center. The historic city of Istanbul is situated on a peninsula flanked on three sides by the Sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. It has been the capital of three great empires, the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires, and for more than 1,600 years over 120 emperors and sultans ruled the world from here. No other city in the world can claim such a distinction.  During its development, the city was enlarged four times, each time the city walls being rebuilt further to the west.  Surrounded by 5th century Roman city walls and stretching over seven hills, Istanbul is adorned by the masterpieces of Turkish art, the great mosques of the Sultans that crown the hills. The city presents an exquisite, majestic and serene silhouette from all directions. The Golden Horn, which is a very secure natural harbor, has played a significant role in the development of the city.  Fortune provided such advantages to Istanbul as a location at a junction where the main overland routes reach the sea, an easily defensible peninsula, an ideal climate, a rich and generous nature, control of the strategic Bosphorus, and a central geographical position in the ancient world. As a capital of empires, the city was not only an administrative, but also a religious center. The Patriarchate of Eastern Christians has been headquartered here since its establishment, and the largest early churches and monasteries of the Christian world rose in this city on top of the pagan temples. Within a century after the city was conquered, it was enriched with mosques, palaces, schools, baths and other architectural monuments that gave it a Turkish character, while some of the existing churches in ruins were repaired, altered and converted into mosques.Between the 16th century when the Ottoman sultans acquired themselves the title of the "Caliph of Islam" and 1924, the first year of the Republic, Istanbul was also the headquarters of the Caliphate. More Jews settled in Istanbul than any other port, and here they built themselves a new and happy life after they were rescued from Spain by the Turks in the 15th century. Istanbul has always been a city of tolerance where mosques, churches and synagogues existed side by side. The city was adorned with a large number of dazzling and impressive works even during the period of decline of the Ottomans. During this time, the influence of European art made itself felt in the new palaces, while the northern slopes of the Golden Horn, Galata and Beyoglu districts assumed a European character. Even when the Empire, which was a party to World War I, collapsed and the young Republic that replaced it moved the capital to Ankara, Istanbul did not lose its significance. The haphazard development that began in the years following World War II and accelerated in the 1950's has unfortunately had a negative impact on the fabric of the old city, and while old wooden houses disappeared rapidly, concrete buildings proliferated. Istanbul experienced a population explosion due to immigration, and within a very short period it expanded far beyond the historical city walls. The areas inside the walls were invaded by workshops, mills and offices; even the new thoroughfares could not solve the traffic problems, and the inadequacy of the infrastructure gave rise to a sea pollution problem, starting with the Golden Horn. With the initiatives for saving the city in the 1980s, Istanbul embarked on a process of restructuring on a scale unseen in its history.Thousands of buildings along the Golden Horn were demolished to make way for a green belt on its shores; parks and gardens were built on the land claimed by filling up the beaches of the Sea of Marmara. In order to prevent sea pollution drainage systems were completed and physical and biological wastewater treatment plants were erected; the use of natural gas for heating has considerably reduced air pollution.  Efforts are continuing for the restoration of the Roman city walls, and Beyoglu, the main artery, was rescued by building a newavenue. Improvements were made in ihe general cleaning, maintenance, garbage collection fields and these services are now at Western European standards. Ring roads cross the Bosphorus over two suspension bridges to connect the two continents. The European side has now a fast tramway system and a subway, and comfort and speed has been ensured in sea transportation with the hydrofoil terminals built on the seashores. All industrial establishments on the historic peninsula have been moved to new facilities in the suburbs, and the new international bus terminal has reduced traffic intensity. The old jail and the first large concrete building of the city were given over to tourism and converted into 5-star hotels.  The city is growing dynamically and developing at full speed on an east-west axis along the shores of the Marmara. History of Istanbul, Grand Bazaar, Sultanahmet Square, Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Basilica Cistern, 
  • Sapanca - Masukiye Tour
    ABOUT SAPANCA Sapanca is a town and district of Sakarya Province in the Marmara region of Turkey near the Lake Sapanca. The mayor is İbrahim Uslu Sapanca has been recently a developed touristic destination,with its stunning natural environment and its lake called Sapanca Gölü. It's because closer to İstanbul and another industrial İzmit,also known as Kocaeli.On the town, some hotels are situated,like Richmond.
  • Princess Island Tour 89$
      Princess Island Princess Island was a place of exile in the past, but it has become a place where the rich families of Istanbul live as from the 17th century. The most popular location of the Istanbulites who want to get away from the crowd of the city today is the Prince Islands. Our tour of the Islands starts with our taking you from your hotel between 8.15 - 8.30 in the morning. Our boat sets sail from Kabataş around 9.30 - 10.00; hence, our boat trip towards the islands which lasts approximately 2 hours together with the sailing of the boat starts. When we arrive at Büyükada, which is the biggest of the Prince islands, we wander all around the island by a horse carriage, and after our carriage trip, we eat lunch in a beautiful fish restaurant and around 3.00, we start our return trip on our boat, and after the 2-hour trip again, we arrive in Istanbul. When we leave you at your hotel, the happiness of leaving a beautiful day behind will hold a nice place in your memories.
  • Dolmabahce Palace and Camlica Hill Tour
    DOLMABAHCE PALACE Built in the reign of Sultan I Abdulmecit during the 19th century, this over-ornate palace lies along the European coast of the Bosphorus. Dolmabahce Palace was constructed between 1843 and 1856, mixing different European artistic influences and built by Abdulmecit's architect, Karabet Balya. It was built over three levels, and symmetrically planned, with 285 chambers and 43 halls. It has a 600m long pier along the river, with two huge monumental gates. The palace is surrounded by well-maintained and immaculate gardens, with an immense 56-columned greeting hall, with 750 lights illuminated from 4.5 tonnes of crystal chandelier. The entrance was used for meeting and greeting Sultans, and opposite the ceremonial hall was the harem. The interior decoration, furniture, silk carpets and curtains all remain with little defect. The palace has a level of luxury not present in most other palaces, with walls and ceilings decorated with gold, and European art from the period. Top quality silk and wool carpets, southeast Asian hand-made artifacts, and crystal candlesticks adorn every room. The men's hamam (public bath) is adorned with alabaster marble, and the harem also contains the Sultan's bedrooms and the women and servants' divisions. One of the highlights is the throne room, which stands at an amazing 36-metres high ? almost twice the height of the rest of the rooms. The east wing is home to the Museum of Fine Arts. BOSPHORUS BRIDGE The city where located between the Europe and Asia, the capital of the empires. Let's explore this unique city from the bosphorus by watching Dolmabahce Palace (1856), Ciragan Palace (1867), Bosphorus Bridge (1974), Rumeli Fortress (1452), Beylerbeyi Palace (1865), Maiden's Tower (24 B.C) and numerious private houses, yachts... We offer you that escaping from the traffic and enjoying, feeling breeze, saluting the dolphins with your family on the bosphorus with our private yachts at sunset. CAMLICA HILL While walking on europian side you can see each historical things one by one. A common word of the locals “ Istanbul is watched from asian side”. It is absoluetly right when you visit the highest spot of ?stanbul, you see this uniuqe city like a painting. The hill is located on asia, it is the highest point in Istanbul. Acrossing the bosphorus bridge you can reach the hill. The hill welcomes you with pine trees,many seats,restaurant? it is where the local people go and spend time and you can join them to   
  • Yalova Thermal Tour
    ABOUT YALOVA We hit the road via our vehicle after picking all guests up from their hotels. We cross the Asian side from Topçular via ferry and arrive to Yalova. From there we will drive to Thermal center where you can enjoy the natural hot water sources all day long. You will have marvelous time in the showers, Turkish bath and pools where only natural hot water sources are used. Yalova thermal waters are very efficacious with respect to health. It is also a commonly known fact that the natural source water has a relaxing influence for the people under intense stress. We leave the Thermal center at about 17.00 and we end our Yalova program following approximately 2 hours of city sightseeing. Once we arrive to Istanbul, we leave all guests to their hotels and we say bye until the next tour we will have together. 
  • CAPPADOCIA TOURS
    CAPPADOCIA A miracle of nature and the gift coincidences geological They creativity creator who inspired to Vnanoha (volcanoes-rain-wind) and over millions of years, began bustling with life when Joalleha fleeing from the oppression of the Romans from the Christians of the Mediterranean basin east Venhtwa the underground cities and tunnels and mazes and houses in Upper Rocky Mountain, became a great example between nature and man it Kabaduquea.ohm attractions by (rock churches, underground cities, rock castles, valleys and labyrinths rock) .tqa city of Cappadocia in the province of Central Anatolia (central Turkey) and away from the Ankara 276 km and Istanbul, 730 km .tdm so-called "chimneys that are found inside churches and" volcanic peaks, "including people who lived thousands of years has been carving rocks for the establishment of castles and even underground cities and houses and individual cages for the bathroom Is a gem of important materials used in the construction of these houses Because this is the area where there are volcanic mountains and at the exit of melting as a result of Bracken becomes stone suitable for building material and characterized this region Baldwie in the winter and cool in summer
  • PAMUKKALE TOURS
    PAMUKKALE Is a set of hot springs located within 19 km (12 miles) north of the Turkish city of Denizli southwest Turkey and is considered a range of natural hot baths, which contain large amounts of calcium, which over time form a group of natural rock formations resembling icebergs than make this region a special charm and Pamukkale meaning 'Cotton Castle' in Turkish, and is considered Turkish Pamukkale area of ​​the most beautiful places in the world containing the most beautiful scenery it is that the region is Aloh Turkey and one of the areas with the most beautiful scenery in the world and come forth visitors from everywhere to enjoy recreation in these charming region. Pamukkale and one of the best tourism destinations in Turkey and is considered one of the most important sources of income in Pamukkale Pamukkale pools - hot springs in Pamukkale spread myths that the water of these springs is holy water and his ability Li healing. But in any case certainly bathing in these springs the center of this natural art painting great beauty in itself is great fun. And I've been building Pamukkale in the May 21, 2011, where Greek, Romanian, Byzantine ancient city built the city of Hierapolis on top of 'Castle' White, who in total about 2,700 meters (8,860 meters) 0.600 m (1,970) on a large scale and 160 meters (525) high. It can be seen from the hills on the other side of the valley in the city of Denizli 0.20 km. And you can visit the hot springs all year round! But it will be unlike any other experience in the winter! Where attract many visitors have the city on hot springs and stones, terraces left by the flowing water metal carbonate, which is located in the "internal Aegean" region in Turkey, in the valley of "River Menderes", which enjoys a mild climate for most of the year. Visitors enjoy in Pamukkale, where they have a shower in the ponds, which is due for thousands of years old.
  • GALLIPOLI TOURS
    GALLIPOLI  Is the battle took place in the semi-Turkish island in 1915 during the First World War, where the British and French joint forces of trying to occupy the Ottoman capital Istanbul, but the attempt failed and killed Makedr numbering about 55 000 soldiers from the coalition forces (Britain, Australia, New Zealand, France) and about 90 000 Ottoman soldiers and hundreds of thousands of wounded on both sides. The battle was aimed at the invasion of Istanbul, the capital Trkiaomin then on to the north-eastern part of Turkey to support Russia against the German forces, where Russia has asked France and Britain help against German forces in the east side after the Russian forces suffered heavy losses in front of the Germans. Commander Mustafa Kemal Ataturk has led the battle of the Ottoman side, and the longer the battle of Gallipoli black dot British military history after their defeat before the Ottoman force Ottoman troops took part in that battle under the command of German forces at the time the Allied forces to repel an attack, led by Britain and France.   Left Gallipoli Campaign, which lasted for nine months; half a million dead and wounded from both sides to end the withdrawal of the Allies at the end of it.   Called the Battle of Gallipoli, Anzac Day, which saw the descent Corps Australian Army and New Zealand in the twenty-fifth of April 1915. However, the seeds of human carnage witnessed by the beaches and battlefields five weeks ago had been placed when the British Royal Navy invincible warships child Ottoman fortresses sent It was guarding the strategic Dardanelles Strait. What was not taken into account is the mines that were placed under the water, and caused the sinking three ships in a few hours. New Zealand Jaziberech Joseph was among the survivors of the Battle of Gallipoli. Decades later, he told radio Jaziberech Aluzlende of Olay Swindell that he had been wounded in the first wave of men who have crossed the direction of the enemy. Lying amid the flowers, he had a perfect view of the massacre that took place at that time. Jaziberech says: «It was really deadly. Of it did not die in battle died committed suicide. It took months of hell for both sides. » For his part, he attributed the Ural Haluk, a Turkish academics, the high mortality rate caused by the battle, despite the availability of medical aid, to water scarcity and rugged terrain. He Ural saying: «The two sides spent eight and a half months in hell. Even the written messages sent from Australian and British soldiers to their homes spoke of the difficulties they faced even in the access to food, as well as water that were not clean. » The plan was championed by Britain's First Lord Winston Churchill rely on the exchange for the Western Front Germany by opening a second front in Gallipoli, thus forcing Berlin to pay its troops to Gallipoli in support of its allies, the Ottomans. Instead, the initial gains of the Anzac forces suspended in trouble drenched with blood, and cemeteries began to sprout on the beaches and fields in Gallipoli.
  • EPHESUS TOURS
    Ephesus Ephesus City and Ephesus (Greek Έφεσος Turkish Efes), one of the greatest ancient Greek cities in Anatolia, located in Lydia region (Lydia) - Historic District in West Alanadol- when Kester River (Cayster River) which flows into the Aegean Sea (in present Turkey ). I have found colonies in the first twelve city of Ephesus. The remnants of the city of Ephesus is the largest polarized for tourists, especially tourists who are traveling in ships. They also Aloolly city who have used the currency they who invented this deal and the drafters of dirhams and dinars Lydian located this city today in the town of Selcuk in Izmir province, southwest Turkey, close to the Aegean Sea. Label: Ephesus and the Greek word "spam" is the capital of the Romanian province Asia on the left shore of Alkestr River and three miles from the sea and to the island of Samos. It has built its industrial port, making an important sea ports of Ephesus in ancient times. And Wadi Kestr is the natural gateway to the heart of Asia Minor. The structure of Artemis at Ephesus, making the city the great religious center and a place of pilgrimage for many of the pilgrims. Greeks have occupied the city of Ephesus in the Ionians atheist century BC and became the capital of ionic Greece has found similarities between the mother of the gods that were worshiped there and the gods Artemis. And it signed the city under the rule of the king of Lydia Criss and Cyrus the Great, King of Persia and Alexander the Great and his successors and the Kingdom of Pergamum In the end, the city fell under the rule of the Romans in 133 BC. Many have discovered the ruins of Albany, which he saw the Apostle Paul in his time in Ephesus. It did not keep the structure of Artemis, who was one of the Seven Wonders of only foundations, and often re-build this structure. The length of the Apostle Paul was in the era of 342 feet by 164 feet, and it was a hundred marble column length of each of them 55 feet, has been the work of the greatest artists in the decoration inside Greece and decorating. Silver models have discovered this structure similar to what he doeth Demetrius and other jewelers and inscriptions indicate buildings, fences and sheds on magic and superstition to those people. The theater in which the jewelers demonstrated and they caused riots against Christians, one of the largest theaters that have survived from the ancient world. And a description of the 66 seats and place accommodate 24,500 spectators. Mentioned in old books that Paul has called for a message of Christ in the synagogue in Ephesus during his second voyage. And let there Priscilla and Aquila to carry a Christian witness in Ephesus and established the Apostle Paul during his third trip missionary in Ephesus for a minimum of two years and three months, calling in the complex, and Terrence school and in private homes and pretend he has done jewelers who became crafting, statues of the structure of Artemis industry, The ship stood Apostle later in this trip in Miletus he sent and summoned the elders of the Church of Ephesus and asked them to pay attention to the parish. Paul was sent to the Ephesians, however Tejeks likely it was a circular letter to churches other than the Church of Ephesus. It is likely that Paul visited Ephesus after the first imprisoned in Rome, and he left Timothy there to oversee the functioning of the church. According to tradition, which documents his health, John spent the last years of his life and ministry in Ephesus. He wrote the Book of Revelation which is on the island of Patmos to Ephesus and the message praise and a warning message to the Church of Ephesus. The city later became an important center of Christianity has coalesced there Third Ecumenical Council in 431 AD. Kestr silt carried by the river port has been filled. After the Turks took the city built in the year 1308 and is no longer in place these days is full of high-profile Bakherb which he calls the Turks Avis. It has been the judiciary, which warned him in a vision. It is believed that the city of Ephesus is the city itself Labasa (Apasa or Abasa) that have been mentioned in the sources of the Hittites as the capital of the Kingdom of Orzawa (Arzawa). We have found pottery factory at excavations in this site. There is also the Temple of Artemis (Temple of Artemis), where is the largest building in the ancient world, one of the Seven Wonders. At the beginning of the Romanian capital of Asia Republic of Ephesus, which lies in the west of Asia Minor it was. The original city was located on low ground, was completely flooded with sea water. Osemjs was built to re-(Lysimachus), which destroyed the city of iPods ((Lebedos and the city of Colophon) Colophon) in the year 292 AD and turned their residence to the new city. Has carried the name of the city, "the first and greatest capital of Asia," was famous for the Temple of Artemis (Temple of Artemis) "Diana Diana - the goddess Alamary-" where there Mausoleum. He also characterized Ephesus with its library and its suburbs, which sought 25,000 people, it was like any theater Old Theater: Open to the sky and is used for drama, and in the era of the Romans was killing people in it to death. I took the Goths Ephesus in 263, but remained the most important city in the Byzantine era.
  • Daily Istanbul Tour
    ISTANBUL Located in the center of the Old World, Istanbul is one of the world's great cities famous for its historical monuments and magnificent scenic beauties. It is the only city in the world which spreads over two continents: it lies at a point where Asia and Europe are separated by a narrow strait - the Bosphorus. Istanbul has a history of over 2,500 years, and ever since its establishment on this strategic junction of lands and seas, the city has been a crucial trade center. The historic city of Istanbul is situated on a peninsula flanked on three sides by the Sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. It has been the capital of three great empires, the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires, and for more than 1,600 years over 120 emperors and sultans ruled the world from here. No other city in the world can claim such a distinction.  During its development, the city was enlarged four times, each time the city walls being rebuilt further to the west.  Surrounded by 5th century Roman city walls and stretching over seven hills, Istanbul is adorned by the masterpieces of Turkish art, the great mosques of the Sultans that crown the hills. The city presents an exquisite, majestic and serene silhouette from all directions. The Golden Horn, which is a very secure natural harbor, has played a significant role in the development of the city.  Fortune provided such advantages to Istanbul as a location at a junction where the main overland routes reach the sea, an easily defensible peninsula, an ideal climate, a rich and generous nature, control of the strategic Bosphorus, and a central geographical position in the ancient world. As a capital of empires, the city was not only an administrative, but also a religious center. The Patriarchate of Eastern Christians has been headquartered here since its establishment, and the largest early churches and monasteries of the Christian world rose in this city on top of the pagan temples. Within a century after the city was conquered, it was enriched with mosques, palaces, schools, baths and other architectural monuments that gave it a Turkish character, while some of the existing churches in ruins were repaired, altered and converted into mosques.Between the 16th century when the Ottoman sultans acquired themselves the title of the "Caliph of Islam" and 1924, the first year of the Republic, Istanbul was also the headquarters of the Caliphate. More Jews settled in Istanbul than any other port, and here they built themselves a new and happy life after they were rescued from Spain by the Turks in the 15th century. Istanbul has always been a city of tolerance where mosques, churches and synagogues existed side by side. The city was adorned with a large number of dazzling and impressive works even during the period of decline of the Ottomans. During this time, the influence of European art made itself felt in the new palaces, while the northern slopes of the Golden Horn, Galata and Beyoglu districts assumed a European character. Even when the Empire, which was a party to World War I, collapsed and the young Republic that replaced it moved the capital to Ankara, Istanbul did not lose its significance. The haphazard development that began in the years following World War II and accelerated in the 1950's has unfortunately had a negative impact on the fabric of the old city, and while old wooden houses disappeared rapidly, concrete buildings proliferated. Istanbul experienced a population explosion due to immigration, and within a very short period it expanded far beyond the historical city walls. The areas inside the walls were invaded by workshops, mills and offices; even the new thoroughfares could not solve the traffic problems, and the inadequacy of the infrastructure gave rise to a sea pollution problem, starting with the Golden Horn. With the initiatives for saving the city in the 1980s, Istanbul embarked on a process of restructuring on a scale unseen in its history.Thousands of buildings along the Golden Horn were demolished to make way for a green belt on its shores; parks and gardens were built on the land claimed by filling up the beaches of the Sea of Marmara. In order to prevent sea pollution drainage systems were completed and physical and biological wastewater treatment plants were erected; the use of natural gas for heating has considerably reduced air pollution.  Efforts are continuing for the restoration of the Roman city walls, and Beyoglu, the main artery, was rescued by building a newavenue. Improvements were made in ihe general cleaning, maintenance, garbage collection fields and these services are now at Western European standards. Ring roads cross the Bosphorus over two suspension bridges to connect the two continents. The European side has now a fast tramway system and a subway, and comfort and speed has been ensured in sea transportation with the hydrofoil terminals built on the seashores. All industrial establishments on the historic peninsula have been moved to new facilities in the suburbs, and the new international bus terminal has reduced traffic intensity. The old jail and the first large concrete building of the city were given over to tourism and converted into 5-star hotels.  The city is growing dynamically and developing at full speed on an east-west axis along the shores of the Marmara. History of Istanbul, Grand Bazaar, Sultanahmet Square, Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Basilica Cistern, 
  • Bursa Olympos Tour
    BURSA Bursa: The first capital of the Ottoman Empire with a history dating back to 4000BC at the heart of the silk and spice trade and Turkey's fourth largest and advanced city. The city which has been the capital of many civilizations and religions for centuries is the hub of many is the hub of many monuments and historical works nowadays. The city’s skyline is comprised of historical landmarks varying from mosques to madrasas and from churches to baths. Attracting attention for its natura<<<l beauty as well as its rich cultural heritage Bursa is also a much preferred holiday resort for winter sports. Uludağ in Bursa is frequented by both winter and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Home to many Islamic, Christian and Jewish monuments Bursa has also been the site of numerous council meetings which are of great importance to Christians. Within the province of Bursa, Iznik is the most important of the eight Christian pilgrimage sites located in Turkey.   Well-known for its large shopping centers, bazaars and museums Bursa has a temperate climate. The region is cool in the summer and mild in the winter. One of the most important contributions of Bursa to the history of Turkish culture is the Karagöz and Hacivat shadow theater. Shadow Theater has reached the land of Bursa in the 17th century and become an important corner stone of Turkish culture since then. Who wouldn’t like to sightsee a scenic city that harbors a variety of landmarks of different cultures?  The capital of many civilizations Bursa is blessed with many natural and historical sites that attract the attention of the ecotourism and culture tourism sectors. Bursa is literally an open-air museum with its many castles, churches, lodges, mosques, mausoleums, madrasas, museums, inns, bridges, spas and cultural centers bearing the traces of history and different civilizations. It is possible to come across a hidden heritage in every corner of the city. With its natural areas and parks, Bursa is the first choice for sports lovers. The coastal and mountainous sites of the area are ideal for sport enthusiasts who want to spend some entertaining time full of adrenaline. Uludag welcomes all skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering enthusiasts with great pleasure. Cumalıkızık invites all tourists who want to explore the lifestyle in the old district of Bursa. It is a highly recommended must-see place that is worth the visit before leaving Bursa. The spas and thermal hotels are among the most valuable assets of Bursa. While relaxing in the healing waters of the thermal springs will feel the tranquility invading your body from top to toe. The local cuisine, which has originated from the Ottoman cuisine and been enriched with ingredients brought by traders from distant regions, is famous for its delicious and original dishes. While the world-famous Iskender Kebab, served with pita and thinly sliced delicious meat will delight your taste buds the traditional desserts Kemalpasa and candied chestnuts will become your favorite after-dinner desserts. Silk, which has been the most important product and trade item of Bursa is processed with great efforts so that high quality fabric of silk is obtained. It is highly recommended that you take a look at these special fabrics made of pure silk before leaving Bursa. Last but not least, Bursa is inviting you to explore the cultural heritage that has evolved under the influence of the Silk Road.   
  • Bosphorus Tour 55$
    ISTANBUL BOSPHORUS TOUR Cruise the Bosphorus, one of the most beautiful sights in the world.  By boat cruising on the Bosphorus between two continents of Asia and Europa enjoying İstanbul from the sea. Take photographs of marble palaces, and ancient wooden villas of Otoman architecture beside modern residences and luxurious apartments. İncluded: Professional guide, shuttle service transfer from/to hotels (only europan side), open snack buffet, all kinds of drinks, tea, coffee. Exluded:Spirits and important drinks, Tips and gratuities. Notes: Advanced reservation required, not suitable for handicapped people.
  • Dolmabahce Palace and Camlica Hill Tour
    DOLMABAHCE PALACE Built in the reign of Sultan I Abdulmecit during the 19th century, this over-ornate palace lies along the European coast of the Bosphorus. Dolmabahce Palace was constructed between 1843 and 1856, mixing different European artistic influences and built by Abdulmecit's architect, Karabet Balya. It was built over three levels, and symmetrically planned, with 285 chambers and 43 halls. It has a 600m long pier along the river, with two huge monumental gates. The palace is surrounded by well-maintained and immaculate gardens, with an immense 56-columned greeting hall, with 750 lights illuminated from 4.5 tonnes of crystal chandelier. The entrance was used for meeting and greeting Sultans, and opposite the ceremonial hall was the harem. The interior decoration, furniture, silk carpets and curtains all remain with little defect. The palace has a level of luxury not present in most other palaces, with walls and ceilings decorated with gold, and European art from the period. Top quality silk and wool carpets, southeast Asian hand-made artifacts, and crystal candlesticks adorn every room. The men's hamam (public bath) is adorned with alabaster marble, and the harem also contains the Sultan's bedrooms and the women and servants' divisions. One of the highlights is the throne room, which stands at an amazing 36-metres high ? almost twice the height of the rest of the rooms. The east wing is home to the Museum of Fine Arts. BOSPHORUS BRIDGE The city where located between the Europe and Asia, the capital of the empires. Let's explore this unique city from the bosphorus by watching Dolmabahce Palace (1856), Ciragan Palace (1867), Bosphorus Bridge (1974), Rumeli Fortress (1452), Beylerbeyi Palace (1865), Maiden's Tower (24 B.C) and numerious private houses, yachts... We offer you that escaping from the traffic and enjoying, feeling breeze, saluting the dolphins with your family on the bosphorus with our private yachts at sunset. CAMLICA HILL While walking on europian side you can see each historical things one by one. A common word of the locals “ Istanbul is watched from asian side”. It is absoluetly right when you visit the highest spot of ?stanbul, you see this uniuqe city like a painting. The hill is located on asia, it is the highest point in Istanbul. Acrossing the bosphorus bridge you can reach the hill. The hill welcomes you with pine trees,many seats,restaurant? it is where the local people go and spend time and you can join them to   
  • 3 DAYS TRABZON
    TRABZON UZUNGOL Trabzon (see other names, Turkish pronunciation: [ˈtrabzon]) is a city on the Black Sea coast of north-eastern Turkey and the capital of Trabzon Province. Trabzon, located on the historical Silk Road, became a melting pot of religions, languages and culture for centuries and a trade gateway to Iran in the southeast and the Caucasus to the northeast. The Venetian and Genoese merchants paid visits to Trebizond during the medieval period and sold silk, linen and woolen fabric
  • Alanya Tour
    Alanya When books are written it is not all towns that can brag of having pirates, queens and great war lords as main characters – Alanya can! In its early years Alanya was a small town discovered by pirates where the inhabitants existed mainly by farming and trading. The town, which at that time was named Coracesium, did not really start to grow until the arrival of Alaaddin Keykubat who, after five years of trying,finally conquered the town in 1226. He soon brought about the final construction of Alanya Castle and changed the name of the town to Alaiye, which means the town of Alaaddin. The name Alanya did not appear until 1934 when Turkey’s president at that time, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, visited the town. He did not like the name Alaiye and changed it to Alanya. Other prominent visitors who should be mentioned are Queen Cleopatra of Egypt and the Roman Emperor Mark Antony. According to legend, they spent their honeymoon in Alanya, after which Mark Antony gave the town to his wife as a present. Thereafter she had the many huge forests felled and the wood sent back to Egypt, where it was used for the construction of warships. Today, Alanya has grown from strength to strength and developed into one of the most popular travel destinations in Turkey. The locals support themselves from tourism and work hard during the tourist season, from the beginning of April to the end of October. Many people come to work in Alanya during the summer, leaving their families behind in their villages. The winter is spent mainly in relaxation and visiting family in other parts of Turkey. more...
  • VIALAND (DISNEYLAND)
    Vialand (Disneyland of Turkey) Vialand is the new and biggest entertaiment center of Istanbul similar to Disneyland. There are so many shops, game centers, pools and more entertainments. That really big project is available since april 2013. Although it is out of city center, we will transfer you with our services. Vialand has 4 parts as Fun Zone, Shopping Zone, History Zone and Adventure Zone. First of all, it is a safe place for the kids. It is entertaining and educative. Also Vialand has the biggest Food Court with its lots of restaurants. Center has a small tram to travel around the shops. One of the biggest Roller Coasters in Euro will be waiting you in the center. Vialand also has a part for the people likes the exciting time of King Kong. If you are a water fun, then you will like Splash Coaster. And Fatih Dark Ride will take you to the times of ottoman and old Istanbul streets. Starshape and Safari Coaster will be your other favourites. Park includes different parts like, theme park, vialand shopping center, performance and demonstration center, legend world, game world, adventure world, vialand castle, vikings, 360, roller coaster, crazy river, safari tunnel, dungeon and vialand express. Open from 10:00 to 19:00 Roller Coaster
  • PAMUKKALE TOURS
    PAMUKKALE Is a set of hot springs located within 19 km (12 miles) north of the Turkish city of Denizli southwest Turkey and is considered a range of natural hot baths, which contain large amounts of calcium, which over time form a group of natural rock formations resembling icebergs than make this region a special charm and Pamukkale meaning 'Cotton Castle' in Turkish, and is considered Turkish Pamukkale area of ​​the most beautiful places in the world containing the most beautiful scenery it is that the region is Aloh Turkey and one of the areas with the most beautiful scenery in the world and come forth visitors from everywhere to enjoy recreation in these charming region. Pamukkale and one of the best tourism destinations in Turkey and is considered one of the most important sources of income in Pamukkale Pamukkale pools - hot springs in Pamukkale spread myths that the water of these springs is holy water and his ability Li healing. But in any case certainly bathing in these springs the center of this natural art painting great beauty in itself is great fun. And I've been building Pamukkale in the May 21, 2011, where Greek, Romanian, Byzantine ancient city built the city of Hierapolis on top of 'Castle' White, who in total about 2,700 meters (8,860 meters) 0.600 m (1,970) on a large scale and 160 meters (525) high. It can be seen from the hills on the other side of the valley in the city of Denizli 0.20 km. And you can visit the hot springs all year round! But it will be unlike any other experience in the winter! Where attract many visitors have the city on hot springs and stones, terraces left by the flowing water metal carbonate, which is located in the "internal Aegean" region in Turkey, in the valley of "River Menderes", which enjoys a mild climate for most of the year. Visitors enjoy in Pamukkale, where they have a shower in the ponds, which is due for thousands of years old.
  • EPHESUS TOURS
    Ephesus Ephesus City and Ephesus (Greek Έφεσος Turkish Efes), one of the greatest ancient Greek cities in Anatolia, located in Lydia region (Lydia) - Historic District in West Alanadol- when Kester River (Cayster River) which flows into the Aegean Sea (in present Turkey ). I have found colonies in the first twelve city of Ephesus. The remnants of the city of Ephesus is the largest polarized for tourists, especially tourists who are traveling in ships. They also Aloolly city who have used the currency they who invented this deal and the drafters of dirhams and dinars Lydian located this city today in the town of Selcuk in Izmir province, southwest Turkey, close to the Aegean Sea. Label: Ephesus and the Greek word "spam" is the capital of the Romanian province Asia on the left shore of Alkestr River and three miles from the sea and to the island of Samos. It has built its industrial port, making an important sea ports of Ephesus in ancient times. And Wadi Kestr is the natural gateway to the heart of Asia Minor. The structure of Artemis at Ephesus, making the city the great religious center and a place of pilgrimage for many of the pilgrims. Greeks have occupied the city of Ephesus in the Ionians atheist century BC and became the capital of ionic Greece has found similarities between the mother of the gods that were worshiped there and the gods Artemis. And it signed the city under the rule of the king of Lydia Criss and Cyrus the Great, King of Persia and Alexander the Great and his successors and the Kingdom of Pergamum In the end, the city fell under the rule of the Romans in 133 BC. Many have discovered the ruins of Albany, which he saw the Apostle Paul in his time in Ephesus. It did not keep the structure of Artemis, who was one of the Seven Wonders of only foundations, and often re-build this structure. The length of the Apostle Paul was in the era of 342 feet by 164 feet, and it was a hundred marble column length of each of them 55 feet, has been the work of the greatest artists in the decoration inside Greece and decorating. Silver models have discovered this structure similar to what he doeth Demetrius and other jewelers and inscriptions indicate buildings, fences and sheds on magic and superstition to those people. The theater in which the jewelers demonstrated and they caused riots against Christians, one of the largest theaters that have survived from the ancient world. And a description of the 66 seats and place accommodate 24,500 spectators. Mentioned in old books that Paul has called for a message of Christ in the synagogue in Ephesus during his second voyage. And let there Priscilla and Aquila to carry a Christian witness in Ephesus and established the Apostle Paul during his third trip missionary in Ephesus for a minimum of two years and three months, calling in the complex, and Terrence school and in private homes and pretend he has done jewelers who became crafting, statues of the structure of Artemis industry, The ship stood Apostle later in this trip in Miletus he sent and summoned the elders of the Church of Ephesus and asked them to pay attention to the parish. Paul was sent to the Ephesians, however Tejeks likely it was a circular letter to churches other than the Church of Ephesus. It is likely that Paul visited Ephesus after the first imprisoned in Rome, and he left Timothy there to oversee the functioning of the church. According to tradition, which documents his health, John spent the last years of his life and ministry in Ephesus. He wrote the Book of Revelation which is on the island of Patmos to Ephesus and the message praise and a warning message to the Church of Ephesus. The city later became an important center of Christianity has coalesced there Third Ecumenical Council in 431 AD. Kestr silt carried by the river port has been filled. After the Turks took the city built in the year 1308 and is no longer in place these days is full of high-profile Bakherb which he calls the Turks Avis. It has been the judiciary, which warned him in a vision. It is believed that the city of Ephesus is the city itself Labasa (Apasa or Abasa) that have been mentioned in the sources of the Hittites as the capital of the Kingdom of Orzawa (Arzawa). We have found pottery factory at excavations in this site. There is also the Temple of Artemis (Temple of Artemis), where is the largest building in the ancient world, one of the Seven Wonders. At the beginning of the Romanian capital of Asia Republic of Ephesus, which lies in the west of Asia Minor it was. The original city was located on low ground, was completely flooded with sea water. Osemjs was built to re-(Lysimachus), which destroyed the city of iPods ((Lebedos and the city of Colophon) Colophon) in the year 292 AD and turned their residence to the new city. Has carried the name of the city, "the first and greatest capital of Asia," was famous for the Temple of Artemis (Temple of Artemis) "Diana Diana - the goddess Alamary-" where there Mausoleum. He also characterized Ephesus with its library and its suburbs, which sought 25,000 people, it was like any theater Old Theater: Open to the sky and is used for drama, and in the era of the Romans was killing people in it to death. I took the Goths Ephesus in 263, but remained the most important city in the Byzantine era.
  • Bursa Tour
    BURSA Bursa: The first capital of the Ottoman Empire with a history dating back to 4000BC at the heart of the silk and spice trade and Turkey's fourth largest and advanced city. The city which has been the capital of many civilizations and religions for centuries is the hub of many is the hub of many monuments and historical works nowadays. The city’s skyline is comprised of historical landmarks varying from mosques to madrasas and from churches to baths. Attracting attention for its natura<<<l beauty as well as its rich cultural heritage Bursa is also a much preferred holiday resort for winter sports. Uludağ in Bursa is frequented by both winter and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Home to many Islamic, Christian and Jewish monuments Bursa has also been the site of numerous council meetings which are of great importance to Christians. Within the province of Bursa, Iznik is the most important of the eight Christian pilgrimage sites located in Turkey.   Well-known for its large shopping centers, bazaars and museums Bursa has a temperate climate. The region is cool in the summer and mild in the winter.   One of the most important contributions of Bursa to the history of Turkish culture is the Karagöz and Hacivat shadow theater. Shadow Theater has reached the land of Bursa in the 17th century and become an important corner stone of Turkish culture since then. Who wouldn’t like to sightsee a scenic city that harbors a variety of landmarks of different cultures?    The capital of many civilizations Bursa is blessed with many natural and historical sites that attract the attention of the ecotourism and culture tourism sectors. Bursa is literally an open-air museum with its many castles, churches, lodges, mosques, mausoleums, madrasas, museums, inns, bridges, spas and cultural centers bearing the traces of history and different civilizations. It is possible to come across a hidden heritage in every corner of the city. With its natural areas and parks, Bursa is the first choice for sports lovers. The coastal and mountainous sites of the area are ideal for sport enthusiasts who want to spend some entertaining time full of adrenaline. Uludag welcomes all skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering enthusiasts with great pleasure. Cumalıkızık invites all tourists who want to explore the lifestyle in the old district of Bursa. It is a highly recommended must-see place that is worth the visit before leaving Bursa. The spas and thermal hotels are among the most valuable assets of Bursa. While relaxing in the healing waters of the thermal springs will feel the tranquility invading your body from top to toe. The local cuisine, which has originated from the Ottoman cuisine and been enriched with ingredients brought by traders from distant regions, is famous for its delicious and original dishes. While the world-famous Iskender Kebab, served with pita and thinly sliced delicious meat will delight your taste buds the traditional desserts Kemalpasa and candied chestnuts will become your favorite after-dinner desserts. Silk, which has been the most important product and trade item of Bursa is processed with great efforts so that high quality fabric of silk is obtained. It is highly recommended that you take a look at these special fabrics made of pure silk before leaving Bursa. Last but not least, Bursa is inviting you to explore the cultural heritage that has evolved under the influence of the Silk Road.     
  • CAPPADOCIA TOURS
    CAPPADOCIA A miracle of nature and the gift coincidences geological They creativity creator who inspired to Vnanoha (volcanoes-rain-wind) and over millions of years, began bustling with life when Joalleha fleeing from the oppression of the Romans from the Christians of the Mediterranean basin east Venhtwa the underground cities and tunnels and mazes and houses in Upper Rocky Mountain, became a great example between nature and man it Kabaduquea.ohm attractions by (rock churches, underground cities, rock castles, valleys and labyrinths rock) .tqa city of Cappadocia in the province of Central Anatolia (central Turkey) and away from the Ankara 276 km and Istanbul, 730 km .tdm so-called "chimneys that are found inside churches and" volcanic peaks, "including people who lived thousands of years has been carving rocks for the establishment of castles and even underground cities and houses and individual cages for the bathroom Is a gem of important materials used in the construction of these houses Because this is the area where there are volcanic mountains and at the exit of melting as a result of Bracken becomes stone suitable for building material and characterized this region Baldwie in the winter and cool in summer
  • Bursa Tour
    BURSA Bursa: The first capital of the Ottoman Empire with a history dating back to 4000BC at the heart of the silk and spice trade and Turkey's fourth largest and advanced city. The city which has been the capital of many civilizations and religions for centuries is the hub of many is the hub of many monuments and historical works nowadays. The city’s skyline is comprised of historical landmarks varying from mosques to madrasas and from churches to baths. Attracting attention for its natura<<<l beauty as well as its rich cultural heritage Bursa is also a much preferred holiday resort for winter sports. Uludağ in Bursa is frequented by both winter and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Home to many Islamic, Christian and Jewish monuments Bursa has also been the site of numerous council meetings which are of great importance to Christians. Within the province of Bursa, Iznik is the most important of the eight Christian pilgrimage sites located in Turkey.   Well-known for its large shopping centers, bazaars and museums Bursa has a temperate climate. The region is cool in the summer and mild in the winter.   One of the most important contributions of Bursa to the history of Turkish culture is the Karagöz and Hacivat shadow theater. Shadow Theater has reached the land of Bursa in the 17th century and become an important corner stone of Turkish culture since then. Who wouldn’t like to sightsee a scenic city that harbors a variety of landmarks of different cultures?    The capital of many civilizations Bursa is blessed with many natural and historical sites that attract the attention of the ecotourism and culture tourism sectors. Bursa is literally an open-air museum with its many castles, churches, lodges, mosques, mausoleums, madrasas, museums, inns, bridges, spas and cultural centers bearing the traces of history and different civilizations. It is possible to come across a hidden heritage in every corner of the city. With its natural areas and parks, Bursa is the first choice for sports lovers. The coastal and mountainous sites of the area are ideal for sport enthusiasts who want to spend some entertaining time full of adrenaline. Uludag welcomes all skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering enthusiasts with great pleasure. Cumalıkızık invites all tourists who want to explore the lifestyle in the old district of Bursa. It is a highly recommended must-see place that is worth the visit before leaving Bursa. The spas and thermal hotels are among the most valuable assets of Bursa. While relaxing in the healing waters of the thermal springs will feel the tranquility invading your body from top to toe. The local cuisine, which has originated from the Ottoman cuisine and been enriched with ingredients brought by traders from distant regions, is famous for its delicious and original dishes. While the world-famous Iskender Kebab, served with pita and thinly sliced delicious meat will delight your taste buds the traditional desserts Kemalpasa and candied chestnuts will become your favorite after-dinner desserts. Silk, which has been the most important product and trade item of Bursa is processed with great efforts so that high quality fabric of silk is obtained. It is highly recommended that you take a look at these special fabrics made of pure silk before leaving Bursa. Last but not least, Bursa is inviting you to explore the cultural heritage that has evolved under the influence of the Silk Road.     
  • Abant Nature Tour
    Abant Abant is about 200 km. northwest of Ankara on the İstanbul highway and it is 225 km. when you drive from Istanbul. To reach Abant Lake you turn left at the Abant crossing after Bolu, which is one of Turkey's greenest cities. Surrounded by dense pine forests, the fresh water lake is 1.325 meters above sea level. It has an area of 125 hectares and is fed by underwater sources. Abant is a perfect place for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and the stress of the daily grind. The countryside is pleasantly different in very season. In autumn a forest of reds, yellows and greens combine with the rich hues of soil from the brushstrokes of a painter. In winter the landscape is tucked beneath a pure white blanket. Flora and fauna go wild in the Abant springtime offering an endless treasure for photographers. The lake in summer has rich plant life with wild fruit trees, flowers, mushrooms all around, and water lilies covering the surface. The trout farm at Abant is the first in Turkey. There is a fee for fishing, but your chances of catching a few are quite good. The forests around the lake offer perfect living environment for deer, and a special wildlife reserve is dedicated to increasing their numbers. The seven-kilometers walk around the lake offers a great opportunity to enjoy the environs. While you are walking the noises made by birds and squirrels will be there to accompany you, not to mention the wild strawberries for you to enjoy as you walk. Those who don't wish to walk can ride on a horseback or complete the tour with a horse cart. But be warned, if you are not used to riding a horse you may find it difficult to walk or sit down after your tour! If sitting is no problem, you will find many banks, picnic areas and open-air cafés for a rest en route. Since hotel development is restricted in the coastal areas of the lake, Abant Palace, Büyük Abant Otel and Abant Köşküor Koru Otel on the Ankara - Istanbul highway are the most convenient places to have a pleasant stay. We strongly recommend a prior reservation for weekends and holidays. Even on the coldest days, villagers set up stalls close to the hotels selling their home produce including traditional woolen village socks, dried tarhana soup mix (a traditional soup made of yogurt, tomatos, flour and spices), various kinds of cheese, honey, warm fresh bread, butter, dried fruits, jams and even olives. The famous fresh cream of the region is also available. At Banat you'll find the warm hospitality of a traditional Turkish village. While you are in Abant: *You can wander on the snow and visit the environ forests and plateaus with the company of a guide. *If you don't wish to walk then you can enjoy around the lake or at the hotels or ride on sleighs, horse, donkey and horse carriages. *Although the ice layer covering the lake seems thick never and never try to walk on. *The villagers set up stalls on weekends and sell their home produce. Don't miss to visit. *Sucuk-ekmek (grilled faggot and bread) parties at the picnic areas is a characteristic of Abant. They also serve warm wine. *Otters, one of the most sympathetic animals of the nature, discovered Abant Lake recently. They love cold water and hunting them is forbidden. If you see one we suggest you take a picture.
  • Sapanca - Masukiye Tour
    ABOUT SAPANCA Sapanca is a town and district of Sakarya Province in the Marmara region of Turkey near the Lake Sapanca. The mayor is İbrahim Uslu Sapanca has been recently a developed touristic destination,with its stunning natural environment and its lake called Sapanca Gölü. It's because closer to İstanbul and another industrial İzmit,also known as Kocaeli.On the town, some hotels are situated,like Richmond.
  • Princess Island Tour 89$
      Princess Island Princess Island was a place of exile in the past, but it has become a place where the rich families of Istanbul live as from the 17th century. The most popular location of the Istanbulites who want to get away from the crowd of the city today is the Prince Islands. Our tour of the Islands starts with our taking you from your hotel between 8.15 - 8.30 in the morning. Our boat sets sail from Kabataş around 9.30 - 10.00; hence, our boat trip towards the islands which lasts approximately 2 hours together with the sailing of the boat starts. When we arrive at Büyükada, which is the biggest of the Prince islands, we wander all around the island by a horse carriage, and after our carriage trip, we eat lunch in a beautiful fish restaurant and around 3.00, we start our return trip on our boat, and after the 2-hour trip again, we arrive in Istanbul. When we leave you at your hotel, the happiness of leaving a beautiful day behind will hold a nice place in your memories.
  • Dolmabahce Palace and Camlica Hill Tour
    DOLMABAHCE PALACE Built in the reign of Sultan I Abdulmecit during the 19th century, this over-ornate palace lies along the European coast of the Bosphorus. Dolmabahce Palace was constructed between 1843 and 1856, mixing different European artistic influences and built by Abdulmecit's architect, Karabet Balya. It was built over three levels, and symmetrically planned, with 285 chambers and 43 halls. It has a 600m long pier along the river, with two huge monumental gates. The palace is surrounded by well-maintained and immaculate gardens, with an immense 56-columned greeting hall, with 750 lights illuminated from 4.5 tonnes of crystal chandelier. The entrance was used for meeting and greeting Sultans, and opposite the ceremonial hall was the harem. The interior decoration, furniture, silk carpets and curtains all remain with little defect. The palace has a level of luxury not present in most other palaces, with walls and ceilings decorated with gold, and European art from the period. Top quality silk and wool carpets, southeast Asian hand-made artifacts, and crystal candlesticks adorn every room. The men's hamam (public bath) is adorned with alabaster marble, and the harem also contains the Sultan's bedrooms and the women and servants' divisions. One of the highlights is the throne room, which stands at an amazing 36-metres high ? almost twice the height of the rest of the rooms. The east wing is home to the Museum of Fine Arts. BOSPHORUS BRIDGE The city where located between the Europe and Asia, the capital of the empires. Let's explore this unique city from the bosphorus by watching Dolmabahce Palace (1856), Ciragan Palace (1867), Bosphorus Bridge (1974), Rumeli Fortress (1452), Beylerbeyi Palace (1865), Maiden's Tower (24 B.C) and numerious private houses, yachts... We offer you that escaping from the traffic and enjoying, feeling breeze, saluting the dolphins with your family on the bosphorus with our private yachts at sunset. CAMLICA HILL While walking on europian side you can see each historical things one by one. A common word of the locals “ Istanbul is watched from asian side”. It is absoluetly right when you visit the highest spot of ?stanbul, you see this uniuqe city like a painting. The hill is located on asia, it is the highest point in Istanbul. Acrossing the bosphorus bridge you can reach the hill. The hill welcomes you with pine trees,many seats,restaurant? it is where the local people go and spend time and you can join them to   
  • 3 DAYS TRABZON
    TRABZON UZUNGOL Trabzon (see other names, Turkish pronunciation: [ˈtrabzon]) is a city on the Black Sea coast of north-eastern Turkey and the capital of Trabzon Province. Trabzon, located on the historical Silk Road, became a melting pot of religions, languages and culture for centuries and a trade gateway to Iran in the southeast and the Caucasus to the northeast. The Venetian and Genoese merchants paid visits to Trebizond during the medieval period and sold silk, linen and woolen fabric
  • Yalova Thermal Tour
    ABOUT YALOVA We hit the road via our vehicle after picking all guests up from their hotels. We cross the Asian side from Topçular via ferry and arrive to Yalova. From there we will drive to Thermal center where you can enjoy the natural hot water sources all day long. You will have marvelous time in the showers, Turkish bath and pools where only natural hot water sources are used. Yalova thermal waters are very efficacious with respect to health. It is also a commonly known fact that the natural source water has a relaxing influence for the people under intense stress. We leave the Thermal center at about 17.00 and we end our Yalova program following approximately 2 hours of city sightseeing. Once we arrive to Istanbul, we leave all guests to their hotels and we say bye until the next tour we will have together. 
  • GALLIPOLI TOURS
    GALLIPOLI  Is the battle took place in the semi-Turkish island in 1915 during the First World War, where the British and French joint forces of trying to occupy the Ottoman capital Istanbul, but the attempt failed and killed Makedr numbering about 55 000 soldiers from the coalition forces (Britain, Australia, New Zealand, France) and about 90 000 Ottoman soldiers and hundreds of thousands of wounded on both sides. The battle was aimed at the invasion of Istanbul, the capital Trkiaomin then on to the north-eastern part of Turkey to support Russia against the German forces, where Russia has asked France and Britain help against German forces in the east side after the Russian forces suffered heavy losses in front of the Germans. Commander Mustafa Kemal Ataturk has led the battle of the Ottoman side, and the longer the battle of Gallipoli black dot British military history after their defeat before the Ottoman force Ottoman troops took part in that battle under the command of German forces at the time the Allied forces to repel an attack, led by Britain and France.   Left Gallipoli Campaign, which lasted for nine months; half a million dead and wounded from both sides to end the withdrawal of the Allies at the end of it.   Called the Battle of Gallipoli, Anzac Day, which saw the descent Corps Australian Army and New Zealand in the twenty-fifth of April 1915. However, the seeds of human carnage witnessed by the beaches and battlefields five weeks ago had been placed when the British Royal Navy invincible warships child Ottoman fortresses sent It was guarding the strategic Dardanelles Strait. What was not taken into account is the mines that were placed under the water, and caused the sinking three ships in a few hours. New Zealand Jaziberech Joseph was among the survivors of the Battle of Gallipoli. Decades later, he told radio Jaziberech Aluzlende of Olay Swindell that he had been wounded in the first wave of men who have crossed the direction of the enemy. Lying amid the flowers, he had a perfect view of the massacre that took place at that time. Jaziberech says: «It was really deadly. Of it did not die in battle died committed suicide. It took months of hell for both sides. » For his part, he attributed the Ural Haluk, a Turkish academics, the high mortality rate caused by the battle, despite the availability of medical aid, to water scarcity and rugged terrain. He Ural saying: «The two sides spent eight and a half months in hell. Even the written messages sent from Australian and British soldiers to their homes spoke of the difficulties they faced even in the access to food, as well as water that were not clean. » The plan was championed by Britain's First Lord Winston Churchill rely on the exchange for the Western Front Germany by opening a second front in Gallipoli, thus forcing Berlin to pay its troops to Gallipoli in support of its allies, the Ottomans. Instead, the initial gains of the Anzac forces suspended in trouble drenched with blood, and cemeteries began to sprout on the beaches and fields in Gallipoli.