Sample Programs Turkey

Sample Programs Turkey prepared by our experts are as follows:

  • Istanbul Beneath My Wings
  • Turkish Jewels
  • Lycian Coast With Ephesus (Also available on SIC)
  • Magical Turkey (Also available on SIC)
  • Jewish Heritage
  • Seven Churches

Istanbul Beneath My Wings

3-4 Nights Istanbul

Find out about historical richness and roots of today’s Istanbul by learning Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires and get a glimpse of Turkish artistic tradition. Cruise between Europe and Asia while enjoying magnificent sight of Istanbul’s landmark and historical mansions.

Turkish Jewels

3 Nights Istanbul, 3 Nights Cappadocia, 2 Nights Izmir

Live a time-travel experience in three cities. Stroll in Istanbul’s historical sites, discover fairy chimneys in Cappadocia and the ruins of UNESCO listed Ephesus including the Temple of Artemis; one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Lycian Coast With Ephesus

1 Night Kusadasi, 2 Nights Fethiye ,1 Night Antalya ,2 Nights Cappadocia ,3 Nights Istanbul

A wonderful cultural tour that brings together the beauties of the Lycian coast and the unique history of Ephesus. In this adventure you will be intertwined with the sea and nature.

Magical Turkey

3 Nights Istanbul, 3 Nights Cappadocia, 1 Night Pamukkale, 1 Night Kusadasi

A dynamic route to discover Anatolian beauties and to see the diversity of the regions.. Spend a week on learning about this multi-layer and multi-cultural country.

Jewish Heritage

3 Nights Istanbul, 3 Nights Izmir

A designed program to follow the early steps of Jewish society. See and feel the significant marks of the vibrant Jewish culture. Visit many synagoques including the home of the 2nd largest synagogue in the world at its time at the legendary city of Sardis.

Seven Churches

2 Nights Istanbul, 1 Night Canakkale, 1 Night Izmir, 1 Night Pamukkale, 2 Nights Kusadasi

Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea; the “Seven Churches of the Revelation”. Walk on the streets where Apostle Paul and John walked and explore the remains of these ancient cities and their churches, which were the pinnacle points in the history of early Christianity that St. John wrote in the Bible.