10 days Greece - Turkey - Athens - Istambul - Cappadocia - Pamukkale - Kusadasi - The Acropolis - the Parthenon - the Statue of Athena - Academy of Athens - Temple of Olympian Zeus etc.


Overview

Tour Cost Includes
 
  • Return economy class airfare with taxes. (Ex. Mumbai)
  • 3 nights hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in 4star hotel in Athens
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in 4star hotel Mosaic or similar hotel in Istambul.
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in 5star hotel Perissia or similar hotel in Cappadocia.
  • 1 night hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in 4star hotel Richmond Thermal or similar hotel in Pamukkale.
  • 1 night hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in 4star hotel Tatlýses or similar hotel in Kusadasi.
  • Meals as per itinerary.
  • 3 vegetarian meals for the adults at the Hotel: 2 Dinners & 1 Lunch meal
  • 1 Athens by night with vegetarian dinner and Greek folkloric dance group included.
  • One-day cruise with vegetarian lunch and Greek folkloric dance group on board included.
  • All mentioned tours with private English/Arabic speaking guide and private VIP coach in Turkey.
  • All mentoned admission tickets in Turkey.
  • Istanbul - Ankara / Izmir - Istanbul by coach.
  • All local taxes.
  • Visa.
  • All additional taxes.
 
Tour Cost Excludes
 
  • Service Tax extra applicable on all above Rates.
  • Personal Expenses such as Drinks, Mineral Water, Tips, Laundry Charges, Telephone Calls, Porterage Charges etc.
  • Anything not Specifically mentioned in "Tour Cost Includes.
 
Notes:
 
  • Rates subject to change without prior notice.
  • Rates are valid for minimum 4 pax travelling together.
  • Other Terms / Condition as per Ace Tours Booking form.
  • Airlines subject to availability.
  • Rates are subject to availability of Hotel & Flight
Greece
 
Greece is a country in Southern Europe, on the southernmost tip of the Balkan peninsula, with extensive coastlines and islands in the Aegean, Ionian, and Mediterranean Seas. Greece is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, ranking in the world's top 20 countries. According to the Greek Ministry of Tourism, the nation received about 17 million visitors from January to mid August 2007, a large number for a small country of 11 million. Visitors are drawn to the country's beaches and reliable sunny summer weather, its nightlife, historical sites and natural beauty.
 
Athens
 
The capital of Greece, Athens is the birthplace of western civilization, and was founded over 3,500 years ago. It, not surprisingly, has an unbelievable number of historical monuments and edifices. In fact, it is a city so seeped in history, the very air you breathe here, laden with the staggering weight of millennia, makes you believe you are back in the ancient world. It is almost impossible to list all the monuments in the city, so here are the most notable, and world famous ones. The Acropolis, the Parthenon, the Statue of Athena, Academy of Athens, Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Arch of Hadrian, and the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates. Also visit the Greek Parliament. Some of the best archaeological museums in the world are also in Athens, namely the National Archaeological Museum, the Cycladic Museum, the Epigraphic Museum, and the Byzantine Museum. Visitors must also try the great Greek food. The views from Lycabettus Hill and Areopagus are worth the climb, letting your eyes sweep over in a single glance one of the most ancient cities in the world.
 
Turkey
 
Turkey is officially called the Republic of Turkey is a Eurasian country that stretches across the Anatolian peninsula in western Asia and Thrace in the Balkan region of south-eastern Europe. In this collection you will find places that should definitely visit if you come to Turkey. Ephesus. It was originally an ancient Greek city, and then the main Roman city located on the west coast of Asia Minor, near the modern Selcuk, Izmir province of Turkey. It was one of twelve cities belonging to the so-called Ionian League during the classical Greek era. In Roman times, Ephesus remained for many years, the second largest city of the Roman Empire, which was preceded immediately Rome, the capital of the empire. Ephesus boasted in the 1st century BC, the population of more than 250 000 people, which also made him the econd largest city in the world. Today, the ruins of Ephesus are a major tourist attraction, especially for travelers who went on a cruise in the Mediterranean.
 
Istanbul
 
Istanbul's most prominent attractions are of the architectural variety, a selection of formidable and historical structures that make sightseeing in Istanbul educational as well as visually rewarding. Sightseeing in Istanbul offers attractions such as the Hagia Sophia, a huge museum and former cathedral, that is adorned with stunning mosaics. Another iconic Istanbul attraction is the Blue Mosque, with its graceful minarets and tiered domes. The 1st century Sunken Palace is supported by hundreds of underground columns, an essential Istanbul landmark. While sightseeing in Istanbul, Galata Tower offers visitors a 360º panoramic view of the old town. Nearby, the 5th century Land Walls stand testament to the city's resistance of its 1453 conquest by the Ottoman Empire. The Covered Bazaar, or Kapali Çarsi, is the oldest and biggest enclosed bazaar in the world, a must-see while in Istanbul.
 
Cappadocia
 
Cappadocia is a strange and wonderful region in Central Anatolia in Turkey that dates back to the 2000 BC. It is famous for its out-of-the world desert landscape, rock formations, and caves, which were formed by thousands of years of erosion. There are so many things to explore here, and the caves offer endless opportunities to see remains of the cultures, now long gone, that had inhabited the surrounding regions. The foremost are the underground cities of Kaymakla, Derinkuyu, Ozkonak and Mazakoy. You should also check out the pottery town of Avanos.
 
Pamukkale
 
Pamukkale, situated near Kusadasi in Aegean Turkey, is a wonder of nature that is quite unique in the world, and is a very popular attraction for the locals. Created by ancient tectonic activity, the region has a landscape that is white with calcium carbonate, where beautiful natural springs arise in pools that have been used as spas since the 2nd century BC. They are also petrified waterfalls here. The land has to be seen to be believed, and has been inhabited since ancient times, with the ancient city of Hierapolis still visible in the hills., The city's Roman theatre should not be missed, as well as ruins of nearby Laodikya and Aphrodisias. Other nearby sites include: Karahyi - a red spring, the Kaklik caves.
 
Kusadasi
 
Kusadasi is a beautiful coastal town located on the Aegean Coast of Turkey. Facing a bay in the Aegean Sea, with the peninsula of Guvercin Ada jutting out into the sea at one end, and the blue mountain of Kaz Dagi in the background, Kusadasi has become a very popular destination for tourists from around the world. Visitors can check out the many historical sites like Didyma, Priene, and Miletos, or chill on any one of the pristine beaches, such as City, Pigeon Island, Yilanciburnu, Ladies, Kustur, and Tusan Beach.
 

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