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10 Days Turkey Tour Package

10 Days Turkey Tour Package – Private or Group Escorted and Guided Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Konya, and Pamukkale Tours to Turkey. Book the best Turkey Tours with Package Tour Turkey.

10 Days Turkey Tour


Day 1 – Arrive in Istanbul
Welcome to Istanbul! Where the continents meet.

Meet at Istanbul Airport: Once you arrive at Istanbul Airport or Sabiha Gokcen Airport, after the luggage claim, you will be greeted by a Romos Travel Representative at the meeting area.

Transfer to the hotel: You will be taken to your hotel, and after check-in, you will have time for leisure, and the rest of the day is yours.

Overnight stay in Istanbul.

Day 2 – Istanbul Old City Tour
After breakfast, your pick-up will be scheduled for 8:30 am from the hotel to start the Old City tour. Our professional tour guide will be introducing the ancient sights of Istanbul.

Today you will explore the following highlights of Istanbul.

Hippodrome: An ancient Roman and Ottoman square where the chariot races were held. Within the square is some Roman remains, Egyptian Obelisk, Serpent Column, and Constantine Columns.

The Blue Mosque: An Ottoman Imperial mosque built by Sultan Ahmet I in 1609-1616 CE, famous for the blue Ottoman tiles.

Hagia Sophia: Once the largest cathedral of Christianity when it was built in 532-537 CE by the Roman Emperor Justinian; later converted into a mosque by the Ottomans.

Topkapi Palace: The Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II built the palace after the conquest of Constantinople. Topkapi Palace was the home of the royal family and the headquarters for the Ottoman Empire’s administrative center.

Grand Bazaar (Covered Market): The largest and oldest functioning shopping center in the world. The Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II built the Grand Bazaar in the 15th century. The market consists of 5,000 stores, 66 streets, 24 gates, and much more eye-pleasing architecture. Within the bazaar are many Turkish handicraft stores such as rugs, carpets, kilims, and beautiful Turkish tiles. Upon your request, our guide will be more than happy to help you find your masterpiece of Turkish art.

After the Istanbul Old City sightseeing tour, you will be driven back to the hotel. Overnight stay in Istanbul.

Note: Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at a local restaurant is included

Day 3 – Bosphorus Cruise, Two Continents Tour
After breakfast, your pick-up will be scheduled for 8:30 am from the hotel to start the Bosphorus tour. Our professional tour guide will be introducing you to the Bosphorus.

Today you will explore the following highlights of the Bosphorus:

Spice Market ( Egyptian Bazaar): The Ottomans built the market in the 17th century. Unlike the Grand Bazaar, the Spice market is much smaller but full of beautiful fragrances of mixed spices, herbs, and traditional sweets. It consists of around 100 stores, 2 streets, and 5 gates.

Bosphorus Cruise: The channel divides Istanbul into two continents and stretches about 32 km between the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara. Along the Bosphorus, there are many settlements to see, such as great Palaces, hotels, yali (private houses), etc. While you are on the boat, you will see the highlights of the Bosphorus including the Dolmabahçe Palace, Ortaköy Mosque, Çırağan Palace, Bosphorus Bridge, Rumeli Fortress, Küçüksu Palace, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge ( the second bridge on the Bosphorus), Maiden’s Tower to name a few.

Beylerbeyi Palace: After the sultans westernized the Ottoman Empire, they built some Palace’s modern-western architectural styles. The Beylerbeyi Palace is one of them, located on the Asian side by the Bosphorus. The garden is full of statues, and the rooms with handcrafted art will take you back in time to the 19th century.

Çamlıca Hill: The highest hill of Istanbul, situated on the Asian side. The walking path with 360 panoramic views will let you take the best pictures of Istanbul and the Bosphorus.

After the Bosphorus sightseeing tour, drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Istanbul.

Note: Breakfast at the hotel and lunch at a local restaurant is included

Day 4 – Flight to Cappadocia/ Cappadocia Tour
After breakfast, we will pick you up from the hotel and head towards the airport for the domestic flight to Cappadocia. Meet at Cappadocia (Kayseri) Airport with your professional guide and start the tour.

Devrent Valley is known as imagination valley or pink valley. The geological situation of Cappadocia gives different shapes and colors to the rocks. Some of them look like animals or humans. In here, prominently, there is a camel-shaped rock formation. Dervent valley is located in the North of Cappadocia between Urgup and Avanos roads.

Love Valley the valley is situated a few kilometers away from Goreme. Mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys are located here. Some of those cones split into several cones on the upper side of the valley.

Avanos is situated in the North of Cappadocia by the Red River, the longest river in Turkey. The river’s name derives from its red clay, making the most beautiful pottery in Turkey. Avanos is a local town where you can see ancient streets, dwellings, and artisans there.

Goreme Open-air Museum dates back to the 2nd century A.D. when the ascetic monks who adopted seclusion lived. They had their own independent churches and monasteries where they created a community. Today, the museum houses; St. Basil’s Church, Elmalı Church, Boys and Girls, St. Barbara Church, Serpent Church, etc.…

Esentepe Hill, located on the way to Goreme and Avanos road. As an observation hill, it allows you to explore the landscape of Cappadocia, where you can see the fairy chimneys and take remarkable photos.

Uchisar Castle, almost the peak point of Cappadocia, which can be seen miles away, is about 60 meters high and located on the edge of Goreme. It served as a residential place for the locals for many years. The caves and the dwellings still exist on the slopes.

After the Cappadocia sightseeing tour, drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia.

Note: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel, Lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 5 – Cappadocia Day Tour
After breakfast, we will pick you up from your hotel and then start the Cappadocia Day Tour.

We will now be visiting other highlights of Cappadocia.

Fairy Chimneys: What makes Cappadocia so popular are those rock formations, called “ fairy chimneys” by the people. Those different rock formations result from millions of years of natural events, such as; rain, wind, and erosion. The fairy chimneys had been dwellings, churches, shelters, a natural fortresses for many years. Although the locals are living in the town today, the fairy chimneys can be visited by travelers.

Red Valley: a hiking trail famous for its red-rose color. The valley is located in the middle of Goreme town where they appreciate sunrise and sunset. The Red Valley houses some abandoned churches, Uzumlu Church, Hacli Church, and Direkli Church, with murals and frescoes.

Cavusin Village: Located on the way to Avanos. The rarest residents were still some people who follow the ancient attitudes by using the old stuff. You can see those villagers farming, making pottery, and carving. Cavusin Village houses two churches; one dedicated to St. John the Baptist and the other to Nicephorus Phocas. Until the 1920’s the Turks and The Greeks were living there together. After the exchange population, The Greeks left the village.

Kaymakli Underground City: Rather than Derinkuyu and the other underground cities, Kaymakli Underground City is different as it has much lower and narrower passageways. But it has more levels than the others. In recent years, four other floors have been unearthed. And some chapels, wineries, kitchens, stalls have been discovered.

Pigeon Valley: one of the panoramic spots of Cappadocia, which is located between Uchisar and Goreme. Since ancient times, there has been feeding the pigeons resulting in the carved soft tuff on the slopes to make dovecotes. You can also see Uchisar Castle from a different perspective and may feed the pigeons around you.

After the Cappadocia sightseeing tour, we drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia.

Note: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel, Lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 6 – Konya Tour & Transfer to Pamukkale
We pick you up from the hotel after breakfast and check out, then drive to Konya. Our first stop is Sultanhanı Karavansarai which the Seljuks built in 12C AD. The ancient travelers and merchants used to stay at those ancient hotels safely.

After the break, we drive to Konya Mevlana/Rumi Museum; the Islamic philosopher, theologian, and poet Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi were born in 1207 Khorassan.

The meaning of Mevlana is “our master and president” and implies the love of people for him. Although he lived in Konya, also went to Damascus and Tebriz, and he attended different scholars’ lectures. Mevlana is known as the founder of Mesnevi and the leader of the Dervishes.

After his death, they built a tomb in 1274 where the other dervishes are also buried. The Mausoleum consists of a library, madrasah, kitchen, graves, and rooms of dervishes. After lunch, we drive to Pamukkale.

After the Konya sightseeing tour, drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Pamukkale.

Note: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel, Lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 7 – Pamukkale Tour
We pick you up from the hotel and drive to Pamukkale or Cotton Castle, one of Turkey’s most popular and beautiful spots. The town is located in Denizli province, southern Turkey. Pamukkale has hot springs that have come from underground for 14,000 years.

The hot springs color the slopes in white because the water consists of calcium and carbonate. This site not only attracts tourists, but many people visit Pamukkale with Doctors’ advice. The spring water is good for the skin and bones. It is believed that Cleopatra and Marcus Antonio also came to Pamukkale and swam in the ancient pool together.

Pamukkale also has an ancient city which is called Hierapolis. This city was founded by the Pergamon king Eumenes in 2 BCE. When the city passed to the Romans, they built ancient theatres, baths, forums, agora, and many waterways. Hierapolis has the largest ancient cemetery of all time.

After the apostle Philipe was martyred in 80 CE, the city became a pilgrimage center for Christianity. Today, apostle Philipe has a monumental tomb in Hierapolis/Pamukkale.

After the Pamukkale sightseeing tour, we will drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Pamukkale.

Note: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel, Lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 8 – Drive to Kusadasi/ Ephesus Tour
After breakfast, we pick you up from the hotel. Then drive to Selcuk town to visit Ephesus Ancient City. The first stop is the Virgin Mary’s House; upon German nun Anna Katherina Emerich’s dream, the Lazarist priests followed the descriptions and the signs and then discovered the house in 1891 CE.

According to Catholic belief, Mary was taken here by St. John, and she spent the rest of her earthly life there. After the Virgin Mary’s House, we proceed to Ephesus Ancient City, the capital city of Asia Minor during the Roman era. 

According to myth, Ephesus was founded by the Greek commander Androculos around 1,000 BCE. Moreover, Alexander the Great, Lysimachus, Coressus, and Antiochus II either invaded or ruled in this city. While the excavations are still going on, you will see the ancient remains such as the State Agora (a marketplace and meeting point), Odeon (Bouleuterion) concert house and council, Town Hall and Artemis Sanctuary,

Domitian Square, a complex consisting of temple fountain and a bath, Curetes Street colonnaded and monumental Street in Ephesus, The Hadrian Temple dedicated to Emperor Hadrian dating to 200 BCE, Latrines the public toilets, Celsus Library proves us that how Ephesians were intellectual and dates back to 200 BCE with the library having had 12,000 scrolls, Forum a commercial center located by the port and finally The Great Theater the largest ancient theater with 25,000 capacity.

After Ephesus ancient city, we drive to lunch at a local restaurant, and thereafter, the next stop is Isa Bey Mosque, built-in 1375 by the Anatolian Seljuks. Unlike Modern Ottoman architecture, it has a geometrical architecture roof and two minarets. The mosque is still functioning today for the five-time prayers. After Isa Bey Mosque, we drive to the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven ancient wonders of the World.

After the Ephesus sightseeing tour, drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Kusadasi.

Note: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel, Lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 9 – Izmir/Smyrna Tour
We pick you up from the hotel and drive to Izmir where situated on Turkey’s western coast, known as the Pearl of Aegean. The history dates back to the archaic era of 3,000 BC. The Greek colonists settled at Izmir (Symrna) before the second millennium. Homer, the Iliad writer, was born in İzmir, and Strabo spent his years in this city.

When Alexander the Great came from Sardis to Smyrna, he rested after hunting by the Mount Pagos (Kadife Kale). When the Pergamon ruled most of the Aegean coats, Smyrnaeans resisted their hegemony for years. Eventually, after the Romans inherited the Pergoman Kingdom, Smyrna passed under the Roman Empire’s control in 133 AD.

With the growth of Christianity in the First Century, Smyrna was mentioned by St. John in the Book of Revelations as one of the seven churches of Asia. The first bishop Polycarp became a martyr in 155 AD when he was 86, and he was ordained and installed by St. John in Izmir (Symrna).

Today, Izmir is the 3rd biggest city in Turkey. Although, there are not many remainings from ancient times, with modern architecture, beautiful shore, and neighborhoods such as; Konak Square, which is not far from the Izmir Archeology Museum and the Agora. Alsancak, Bornova and Karşıyaka you can explore Izmir with Romos Travel.

After the Izmir/Smyrna sightseeing tour, drive back to the hotel. Overnight in Izmir.

Note: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel, Lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 10 – Transfer to Airport
Breakfast at the hotel, Pick up from the hotel and transfer to Izmir Airport for the flight back to Istanbul for your International flight.

After completing the amazing 10 Days Turkey Tour Package, Package Tour Turkey wishes all guests a very healthy and wonderful life ahead…

10 Days Turkey Tour Package Details

Departure & Return Location


Istanbul Airport & Sabiha Gokcen Airport – Can be supplied depending on your International flight details.


Price Include


Flight tickets from Istanbul to Cappadocia
Flight tickets from Izmir to Istanbul
Entrance fees, mentioned in itinerary
Professional tour guide at tours
Air-conditioned vehicle for tours and transfers
Accommodation is as below:
Istanbul: Albatros Hagia Sophia Hotel or a similar hotel
Kusadasi: Hotel By Karaaslan Inn, Ilayda Hotel or a similar hotel
Cappadocia: Diamond of Cappadocia or a similar hotel
Izmir: Blanca Hotel or a similar hotel
Pamukkale: Pam Termal Hotel or a similar hotel
9 Breakfast at Hotel
8 Lunch at tour
6 Dinner at Hotel


Price Exclude


Gratuities to guide and driver
Personal expenses
Visa & International flight tickets







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    Introduction to the 10-Day Turkey Tour Package

    Why choose this tour

    Are you ready for the most exciting trip of your life? Turkey is a country with a lot of history and beautiful places to see in nature. This 10-day tour plan is a great way to see Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Konya, and Pamukkale, some of Turkey’s most famous places. But what is so great about this tour?

    Overview of the destinations

    From the busy city of Istanbul to the strange landscapes of Cappadocia, the ancient ruins of Ephesus to the spiritual city of Konya, and finally the beautiful natural scenery of Pamukkale, this tour will give you lasting memories and a deep understanding of Turkey’s rich culture and history.

    Istanbul: The Gateway to Turkey

    Highlights of Istanbul

    Istanbul, which is on the border of two countries, is a great place to start your trip through Turkey. In this busy city, you can visit historical places like Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, and Topkapi Palace which will blow your mind. Not only that, but you’ll also get to see the busy Grand Bazaar and the beautiful Spice Market.

    Experiencing the local culture

    You can’t fully enjoy a trip to Istanbul without learning more about its rich culture. Why not take a relaxing cruise on the Bosphorus, watch a traditional spinning dervish show, or just enjoy a hot cup of Turkish tea in one of the city’s many tea gardens?

    Cappadocia: A Fairy Tale Landscape

    Must-see attractions

    Cappadocia is the next stop. This area is known for its strange rock formations, cave homes, and underground towns.

    The Goreme Open Air Museum, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, is a must-see. Ancient buildings carved into the rocks and decorated with beautiful frescoes can be seen here. Don’t miss the chance to walk through Cappadocia’s beautiful valleys, like the Devrent Valley, which is known for its rock shapes that look like animals, and the Ihlara Valley, which has a beautiful river and many cave churches.

    Unique experiences

    Cappadocia is also known for its hot air balloon rides, which give amazing views of the strange scenery of the area. And when you’re done exploring for the day, you can relax in one of the many cave motels, where you can stay in a beautifully restored cave room.

    Ephesus: The Ancient City

    Historical significance

    Your trip takes you to Ephesus, which is one of the oldest towns in the world that has been kept in the best shape. Ephesus was once a thriving Roman city, and it has a lot of interesting Roman ruins, like the Library of Celsus, the Temple of Artemis, and the Great Theater. As you walk down the marble streets, you’ll be taken back in time and be able to picture how busy the city was back then.

    Exploring the city

    A guided tour of Ephesus is the best way to learn about the city’s long and interesting past, from when the ancient Greeks built it to when it finally fell apart. Don’t forget to stop by the nearby House of the Virgin Mary, which is thought to be where Mary, the mother of Jesus, died and was buried.

    Konya: The City of Whirling Dervishes

    Konya’s spiritual heritage

    Konya is an important stop on your Turkey tour because it is where the famous Persian poet Rumi was born. The Mevlana Museum holds Rumi’s tomb and is a shrine for the Mevlevi Order, also known as the Whirling Dervishes. This spiritual city is also home to a mosque.

    What to see and do

    Be sure to see the Alaeddin Mosque, which is a great example of a Seljuk building, and the Karatay Madrasa, which is an old Islamic school that is now a ceramics museum.

    Pamukkale: The Cotton Castle

    Natural wonders

    Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle” in Turkish, is a strange natural wonder made up of white travertine steps filled with thermal waters. The stunning scenery all around you will mesmerize you as you unwind in these warm, mineral-rich pools.

    Visiting the ancient city of Hierapolis

    Hierapolis, an ancient city near Pamukkale, has many well-preserved ruins, such as the Temple of Apollo, the ancient theater, and Cleopatra’s Antique Pool, which is a holy pool. Old Roman columns line the perimeter of this warm, mineral-rich pool. It is a one-of-a-kind experience that you should not miss.

    Accommodations and Transportation

    Where to stay

    During your 10-day trip to Turkey, you’ll stay in a range of places, from boutique hotels in Istanbul to hotels in caves in Cappadocia. Your tour plan will make sure that each place you visit is comfortable and enjoyable.

    Getting around Turkey

    Depending on the distance and schedule, people usually get from one place to another on air-conditioned buses, domestic planes, or high-speed trains. This makes sure that your trip through Turkey is easy and relaxing.

    Turkish Cuisine: A Food Lover’s Paradise

    Must-try dishes

    The delicious and varied food in Turkey will be one of the best parts of your trip. Make sure to try classic dishes like kebabs, pide (Turkish pizza), baklava, and meze (a collection of small dishes). Don’t miss the tasty breakfast spreads, which include cheeses, peppers, bread, and more.

    Local dining experiences

    Your tour will also give you plenty of chances to eat at local restaurants, where you can try specialties from the area and see how friendly the Turkish people are. Consider taking a cooking class or going to a local food market for a more complete experience.

    Tips for Travelers That Can Help

    The best time to go

    The best time to visit Turkey varies depending on what you want to do and where you want to go. Spring and fall have nice weather, which is great for touring and doing things outside. But if you want to enjoy the beach, the best time to go is in the summer.

    Packing essentials

    Make sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses, since you’ll be spending a lot of time outside exploring. Don’t forget to bring your clothes when you go to Pamukkale or anywhere else with a beach. Also, if you plan to visit mosques or religious places, you should bring a light scarf or shawl.

    In conclusion, this 10-day Turkey tour plan that includes Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Konya, and Pamukkale offers a complete and unforgettable journey through the country’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Start this trip of a lifetime and make memories that will last a lifetime in this amazing place.

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