Arrive in Cappadocia - famous for its exceptional natural wonders.
Visit Devrent valley - where one can see animal shaped fairy chimneys. Goreme open air museum - a UNESCO World Heritage site has the finest of the rock-cut churches, with beautiful frescoes (wall paintings) whose colors still retain all their original freshness. Later visit Pasabag valley also known as Monk Valley which contains some of the most striking fairy chimneys in Cappadocia, Pigeon valley followed by Kaymakli - the largest Underground City.
Proceed to Konya. Arrive in Konya in the evening.
Visit Mevlana Museum Konya. Proceed to Pamukkale. Arrive in Pamukkale in the evening.
Visit Pamukkale - also known as 'Cotton Castle'. It is a natural site in Denizli Province in south-western Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertine’s, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water, Hierapolis - the ancient Greek city on top of hot springs, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hot springs there have been used as a spa since the 2nd century BCE. Later proceed to Kusadasi
Visit Ephesus - a great archaeological site. Visit Great Theater - a Roman reconstruction with 25,000 seats and still in use for performances or events, Temple of Hadrian - famous for the head of Medusa decoration, Library of Celsus - a technological wonder and Brothal.
Proceed to Canakkale. En-route visit Troy - also known as Truva, famous for the Trojan war and wooden horse. Arrive in Canakkale in the evening.
Proceed to Gallipoli by ferry. Visit Gallipoli for Anzac Cove, Lone pine cemetery and New Zealand memorial. Arrive in Istanbul in the evening.
City tour includes Hippodrome Square, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. Evening free for shopping at Grand Bazaar. Enjoy Turkish dinner with show.
Visit Sophia Museum. Later, enjoy a Scenic boat ride by Eminonu through famous Bosphorus Straits lined with beautiful palaces. Board the flight for your hometown. Tour concludes.