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Eastern Turkey & Black Sea


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Rates are land only,  based on double occupancy.

   

The eastern lands of Anatolia have a haunting atmosphere with an unusual landscape of plains, high mountains, lakes, and rivers laced with many archaeological sites. The Black Sea coast has the same characteristics with the added combination of the blue waters of the Black Sea and the green of overgrown forests lining the coast.


Please ask for detailed itinerary.

Day(s) Overnight Highlights Hotel
1 Thu Flight day   N/A
2 Fri Istanbul Arrive Istanbul, St. Sophia, Dinner. Daphne
3 Sat Istanbul – Trabzon Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, flight to Trabzon Grand Zorlu Hotel
4 Sun Erzurum The 13th century Hagia Sofia, Monastery of the Black Virgin of Sumela Polat Rennaissance
5 – 6 Mon – Tue Kars Cifte Minare, Yakutiye Medrese, Rustem Pasha Bedesten, Ani, Kars Castle, Kirklar Church Sim-er Kars
7-8 Wed – Thu Van Dogubeyazit, Ishak Pasha, Muradiye Waterfalls, Mt. Ararat, Lake Van, Akdamar Island, Van Castle, Hosap Castle, Cavustepe, Merit Hotel
9 Fri Tatvan Mount Nemrut Crater Lake, Ahlat Kardelen Hotel
10 Sat Midyat Hasankeyf, Anitli, Midyat Matiat Hotel
11 Sun Mardin Mardin, Monastery of Dayrul-Zeferan Artuklu Caravanserai
12 Mon Kahta Diyarbakir Grand Mosque, city walls, Ataturk Dam Lake Zeus Hotel
13-14 Tue – Wed Sanliurfa Mt. Nemrut of Komagenne Kingdom, Cendere Bridge, Arsemia and Karakus Tumuli – Harran, Gobeklitepe, Sacret Pool & Cave of Abraham, Market of Urfa Urfa Edessa Hotel
15 Thu  Gaziantep Euphrates River, Bald Ibis, Halfeti, Rumkale Tugcan Hotel
16 Fri gaziantep – Istanbul Gaziantep Mosaic Museum, flight to Istanbul. N/A


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