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CENTRAL ANATOLIA TOUR BY BUS General Information About

1. Day: ANTALYA- IHLARA VALLEY-HACI BEKTAŞ-KIRŞEHİR-YOZGAT

We start our trip by picking you up from our meeting points at 24:00 at night. After our breakfast break on the road in the morning, our first stop of the day is Ihlara Valley, which is formed by the cooling of the basalt and andesite-dense lava coming from Hasan Mountain and with cracks and collapses. In ancient times, Melendiz Stream was called 'Potamus Kapadukus', meaning Cappadocia River. The height of the 14 km long valley, which starts in Ihlara and ends in Selime, is 100-150 m in places. There are countless shelters, tombs and churches carved into the rocks throughout the valley. After our tour accompanied by our guide, we will see Hacı Bektaş, who is known as the patriarch of the Greek Abdals in Anatolia, whose ideas had a great impact on the establishment of the Janissary Corps, and who while continuing his duty as a mentor (a guide that shows the right path), adopted the idea of "Do not forget that even your enemies are human". We are going to the Veli museum. At the Hacıbektaş Veli Museum, accompanied by our guide's explanations; After visiting the Soup House, Pirevi, Çilehane, Kırklar Square, Hacıbektaş Veli Tomb and Balım Sultan Tomb, we meet our vehicle and go to Yozgat. Accommodation and dinner will be at our hotel in Yozgat.

Breakfast: Extra
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
Hotel to stay:

2. Day: YOZGAT-KERKENES CASTLE-HATTUŞAŞ-ALACAHÖYÜK-ÇORUM

After having breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we first see the Yozgat Clock Tower, built by Tevfikzade Ahmet Bey in 1908, and go to the Çapanoğlu Mosque. After visiting the mosque, which is one of the first works built by the Ottoman Empire in 1779, influenced by European culture, we go to the Kerkenes Ruins (Lost City of Pteria) in the Şahmuratlı village of Sorgun district. Although it is estimated that the city was founded by the Medes in the Iron Age around 600 BC, the discovery of Phrygian inscriptions during the 2003 excavation season also shows that the city may have been a Phrygian settlement. The city's approximately 7 km long city walls form a settlement area of 2.5 square kilometers. It is thought that this is the city recorded as Pteria in ancient sources. Then we see Kerkenes Sülük Lake, which is the subject of legends. According to the legend; While Battal Gazi was conquering Kerkenes Castle, his horse's legs were broken and injured near the castle. Battal Gazi gets off the horse and frees him. The horse spread out and came to a puddle containing leeches. While drinking water, leeches stick to the horse's feet and suck the dirty blood, and the horse's feet heal. Battal Gazi cleans the surrounding water and turns it into a small lake. He names it Sülük Lake. After our free time here, we move to Hattusa. We are taking a tour in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite Civilization, dating back to 3000-4000 BC. After visiting the Great Temple, Lion Gate, Yer Gate, Sphinx Gate, King Gate, Great Castle and the Open Air Temple in Yazılıkaya, we go to the Alaca Höyük region, which is a natural wonder and smells full of history. Alacahöyük, which is one of the ancient mounds of great historical importance, is 310 m long, 277 m wide, 20 m high, and is on the east-west road, which was used as a migration and invasion route from ancient times to recent times. It is a magnificent work, a collection of cities, showing the rise and fall of civilization. According to the findings of 100 years of excavations and research carried out by archaeologists in Alacahöyük, traces of four cultural ages were found in the mound, located one above the other, from the base to the top. Each age is divided into building levels, starting from the foundation and reaching to the top of the mound. Each floor consists of works such as palaces, temples, squares, castle walls and city houses of that age. After our guide tells our valued guests, the history of the region, we get into our vehicle to go to Çorum. Accommodation and dinner will be at our hotel in Çorum.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
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3. Day: ÇORUM-AMASYA- TOKAT

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we visit the Çorum Archeology and Ethnography Museum with our guide and then give free time for roasted chickpea shopping. After our free time at the historical Clock Tower, built by Beşiktaş Guard Çorumlu Yedi-Ekiz Hasan Pasha in 1894, we go to Amasya, the City of Princes. In Amasya, which welcomes us with its 8 thousand years of history, where the foundations of the War of Independence were laid, we first start by visiting the waterside houses located next to the Yeşilırmak valley. Then Ottoman Sultan II. We see the 2nd Beyazıt Complex, built by Amasya Sanjak Bey Prince Ahmet, upon the instructions of Beyazıt, the Amasya Clock Tower and Hazeranlar Mansion, built in 1865 by Amasya Governor Ziya Pasha. The Museum of Lovers, known as the "Ferhat Water Canal", which is described as the canal through which Ferhat brought water by drilling kilometers of mountains for his love for Şirin, and Sabuncuoğlu Medicine & Surgery, known as the first hospital (Darüşşifa) in Anatolia where treatment was performed with the sound of water and music. We visit the Museum with the explanations of our guide and go to Ballıca Cave. The cave is 680 m long and 95 m high, with eight halls open to visitors; One of the largest caves in the world. As an area of international importance with its natural formation values, Ballıca Cave became the only heritage site from Turkey to be included in the Unesco World Heritage Tentative List in 2019. After our free time here, we get to our vehicle to go to Tokat. Accommodation and dinner will be at our hotel in Tokat.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
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4. Day: TOKAT-SİVAS-KANGAL BALIKLI THERMAL

After breakfast at the hotel, and our panoramic city tour, we will visit Sulu Street and Halit Street in the center of Tokat, where you can feel the deep-rooted history and see the traces of 900 years of history, historical Tokat houses and surrounding mosques, inns from the Roman, Seljuk, Principalities and Ottoman periods. We visit the old city center of Tokat, with its historical texture full of many beautiful works such as baths, madrasahs, tombs, covered bazaars and fountains. Our next point will be the Ulu Mosque. The Ulu Mosque was built in the 13th century, during the Danishmend period. The most important feature of this mosque is that there are two narthexes in the east and west directions, that is, the mosque has a portico adjacent to the mosque. This example of a narthex with a portico is only found in Tokat in Anatolia. After our visit to the Grand Mosque, we visit the coppersmiths. After a shopping break in historical Taşhan, we get in our vehicle to go to Sivas and after a 1.5-hour journey, we first visit the Atatürk Congress and Ethnography Museum in the city and experience the excitement of the congress in the War of Independence. In the city square, you can watch the governorship building from the outside and see the Kale Mosque, built by Mahmud, the son of Sivas governor Ali Bey, the vizier of Murad III in 1580, the Buruciye Madrasah, built by Muzaffer Burcuverdi in 1271-72, and the Double Minaret, built by the Ilkhanid vizier Sahip Şemseddin Mehmed Cüveyri on the same date. We visit the Madrasa, the Şifaiye Madrasa and Darüşşifa, built by Izzettin Keykavus 1 in 1217-18, by entering through the magnificent crown gate, and then we meet our vehicle to go to the Kangal Dog Breeding and Application Center, then we go to Kangal Balıklı Thermal Spring, which has a unique place among the thermal spas of our country. The spa, which was reportedly discovered in 1917 when a shepherd with a wound on his foot was treated by chance, where we can benefit from its thermal pools and stay in the reeds, exhibits a scientific and medical miracle by treating psoriasis, which is impossible to find in the world due to its treatment properties. The miraculous treatment of fish in the hot spring water at 36-37 degrees further increases the fame and speciality of this spa. Because Kangal fish spa is the last source of hope for skin diseases all over the world that have not been benefited by modern medicine so far. Wounds in skin that are irritated or caused by any infection; Skin diseases such as eczema, purulent acne and even "Psoriasis" disease, which is known to be medically impossible to treat, are cured by fish of the Cyprinion Macrostamus (Beni Fish) and Garra rufa (Oily Fish) species, which are 2-10 cm in size and belong to the Cyprinidae family, and their traces disappear. It has been reported that water is beneficial in rheumatic diseases, neurological (neuralgia, neuritis, paralysis), orthopetic and traumatological sequelae (fractures, joint trauma and muscle diseases), gynecological problems (with lavage), skin diseases, kidney stones (with drinking) and psychosomatic disorders. . (Ankara University Faculty of Medicine, Hydrology and Physical Therapy Institute, Clinical Report, March 2, 1997)

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
Hotel to stay:

5. Day: KAYSERİ-NEVŞEHİR-ANTALYA

After breakfast at our hotel in the morning, we meet our vehicle and go to Kayseri. During our walking tour in Kayseri; We see the Archaeological Museum, Clock Tower, Güpgüpoğlu Mansion Ethnography Museum, Grand Mosque, Grand Bazaar (Turkey's fourth largest bazaar) with the explanations of our guide, and after our free time, we will visit Kayseri, which was built in the Roman Period in the third century and narrowed in the Byzantine Period in the sixth century. We see the castle and its walls. The Castle, which was rebuilt in its current form during the reign of Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat I, was repaired twice during the Karamanoğulları and Osmanoğulları periods. This medieval castle protecting the city center of Kayseri, located on the transportation passages in Central Anatolia, is the Outer Castle with its old existence that has survived to the present day and its additions made over time. It consists of two parts: Inner Castle and Outer Castle. Afterwards, we get into our vehicle and go to Göreme Open Air Museum, which is on the UNESCO Cultural and Natural Heritage list and is considered the place where the monastery education system was started. We finish touring the museum, which consists of monasteries, churches, chapels, dining halls, kitchens and living spaces carved into the rocks, accompanied by the explanations of our guide, and then we get to our vehicle to start our return journey. We say goodbye to meet on our next trip.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: Extra

Tour Details

Departure Locations:
    Tour Departure Dates:
    20 July • 17 August • 07 September • 05 October
    Date OptionsavailabilityDouble Room
    Per person
    One personAdditional Bed1. Child2. Child
    20.07.2024Tur BedeliFree13.990,00 ₺15.990,00 ₺13.990,00 ₺0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    17.08.2024Tur BedeliFree13.990,00 ₺15.990,00 ₺13.990,00 ₺0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    07.09.2024Tur BedeliFree13.990,00 ₺15.990,00 ₺13.990,00 ₺0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    05.10.2024Tur BedeliFree13.990,00 ₺15.990,00 ₺13.990,00 ₺0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺
    0 - 2 Age Free
    3 - 11 Age 12.500,00 ₺

    Included Services

    • 4 Nights Half Board Hotel Accommodation
    • Transportation with Luxury Vehicles
    • Professional Licensed Guidance
    • Breakfast and Dinner at Hotels
    • Mandatory Travel Insurance According to Tourism Law No. 1618

    Services not included in the price

    • First Day Breakfast
    • Last Day Dinner
    • Beverages During Meals and Breaks
    • Lunches
    • Personal Expenses
    • Museum and Ruins Entrance Fees
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