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Turkey's Turquoise Coast

Turkey's Turquoise Coast

When:
September 13 - September 27, 2012   4 Spaces Available
September 11 - September 25, 2012   Just Added!

Activity Level:  Moderately Active

Come to the nexus of Europe and Asia and discover a world at once exotic and engaging, blessed with ancient ruins, stunning landscapes and the dramatic Turquoise Coast. Drink in the sights, sounds and scents of alluring Turkey.

Tour highlights include:

  • Dive into Istanbul, Turkey’s cultural and spiritual center, and thrill to the wonders of the Roman Hippodrome, the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sofia, Topkapi and more
  • Tour Istanbul’s huge Grand Bazaar, home to 4,000 shops, and the renowned Spice Market, teeming with exotic spices, nuts and dried fruits from around the world
  • Visit the World War I Allied cemeteries at Gallipoli
  • Travel back to 1300 BC on a tour of Ephesus, the world’s best-preserved classical city, and see relics from the ancient site at the Ephesus Archaeological Museum
  • Cruise the Turkish coast and stop along the way to:
    • Swim or snorkel at the Sunken Baths of Cleopatra
    • Head to Dalyan, known for its loggerhead sea turtles
    • Visit a 6th-century Byzantine monastery at Gemiler Island
  • Cruise in style aboard privately chartered gulet yachts—small but comfortable
  • Spend three nights in the Mediterranean resort of Antalya

Join us on this incredible 15-day, small-group tour and experience your own Turkish delight!



Price: $3,195 land only or $4,195 with group air package from Seattle
Single Supplement:  $995

Operator: Odysseys Unlimited

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