Day 2: Istanbul (Dolmabahçe, Galata)

Dolmabahçe palace

During the first day in Istanbul we will visit the tourist attractions furthest from the historic center, such as the Dolmabahçe Palace and the Beylerbeyi Palace, to finish at Galata and the Grand Bazaar.

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Day 3: Istanbul - Ankara - Cappadocia

Ankara

In the outgoing circuit with bus towards Ankara we passed near the Valens Aqueduct. After eating in the Turkish capital we will visit the Mausoleum of Atatürk (Anit Kabir). We slept in Cappadocia.

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Day 4: Cappadocia (Nevşehir, Ürgüp, Zelve, Göreme)

Cappadocia

The Zelve open-air Museum occupies three valleys where had been excavated hundreds of homes, churches and tunnels. A lot of their churches were decorated during the iconoclastic era.

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Day 5: Cappadocia - Ankara

Cappadocia

"Fairy Chimneys" is one of the most typical pictures of Cappadocia because in this valley are located the volcanic cones most shapely and original in form and number of the entire region.

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Day 6: Ankara - Istanbul

Ankara

"Fairy Chimneys" is one of the most typical pictures of Cappadocia because in this valley are located the volcanic cones most shapely and original in form and number of the entire region.

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Day 7: Istanbul (Topkapi, Hagia Sophia, Blue mosque)

Istanbul

We started the tour of the city by the Suleymaniye Mosque, continue towards the Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque, and finally visiting Roman Hippodrome and the Yerebatan cistern.

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