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A trip to Ankara is not complete without exploring such ancient sites as the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, where you can see numerous remnants of the Stone Age, Neolithic Age, Hittites, Urartians, Phygians and more. Other highlights include Ataturk Mausoleum and the Citadel of Ankara.

What You Can Expect : On this private tour you will have the opportunity to visit the following historic sites:
Museum of Anatolian Civilizations:The collections in this museum place an unusual emphasis on the earlier of Anatolia's occupiers, and start with an interesting exhibit of finds from the Catal Huyuk site, often described as the earliest known human community in the world. Other highlights include a collection of tablets, the translations of which remind you how little some things in the world have changed over the millennia.

Citadel of Ankara: The Citadel overlooks the city and is the acknowledged symbol of Ankara. It is the oldest part of the city, built either by Hittites or Phrygians, people live almost as they did 600 years ago. The region was settled before 2000 BC.

Ataturk Mausoleum: This mausoleum is the eternal resting place of Ataturk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, revolutionary, brave soldier, great leader and international figure. It overlooks Ankara and was completed being built in 1953 and in November 1953, Ataturk was buried there. The Mausoleum is adorned with statues, relief's and embellishments created by many of Turkey's artists. Finally you will have the chance to visit the Old Copper Market (closed on Sunday).

desde 109,4 €

Depart around 10:00 AM to visit the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in the old Citadel, one of the best museums in Turkey, housing an extensive display of ancient settlers in Asia Minor starting from the Stone Age and especially dating back to Neolithic and Bronze Ages such as Catalhohuk and Bogazkoy settlements. Later, you'll visit also the Mausoleum of Ataturk where the founder of the Turkish Republic rests in peace. Return back to the hotel. Anitkabir is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey. It is located in Ankara and was designed by architects Professor Emin Onat and Assistant Professor Ahmet Orhan Arda, whose proposal beat 48 other entries from several countries in a competition held by the Turkish Government in 1941 for a "monumental tomb" for Atatürk.

desde 279,58 €

Depart in the morning (2,5 hours driving) and a full day visit of the capital of Hittites; Hattusas, including the Lion Gate, the Tunnel, Kings Gate and Great Citadel. Lunch during the visits on site. After the lunch visit to the sanctuary of Yazilikaya and return to Ankara in the afternoon. Bogazkoy - Hattusas located at inside the borders of Bogazkale county, is 208 km. from Ankara, and 82 km. away from Corum city. Hattusas, the capital city of Hittite civilization the first to build an organized State in Anatolia, has an important place in Anatolian archeology too.

Today Bogazkoy (Hattusas old name) is registered as Historical National Park ,and the main places to be seen are remained from the late period of Great Hittite Empire. On your way upon following the route of the park you will see; Big temple at Asagi Sevir (temple numbered 1), city ramparts and monumental gates on it (Arslanli Gate- gate with lions), Poterni and Yer Gates, Kral Gate (king gate)). Temples that their numbers reach to 31 at Yukari Sevir are composed of Nisan (April) Hill, Kingdom Palace, other buildings and Great Castle. Most important buildings of Frig Period are Bastionu and Guney (South) Castles.

desde 370,75 €

Departure in the morning and drive 1 – 1.5 hours to Beypazari, Beypazari tour stars with Hidirliktepe, a panoramic hill overlooking Beypazari, good for photo opportunity. Following lunch tour will continue with with ‘Aladdin Street’, a unique place where local Beypazari style houses can be seen. Next in the program will be ‘Living Museum’. Museum is the former home of a wealthy merchant and his wife, who was Beypazari’s first woman teacher. In addition to the traditional furnishings of the house, the museum features local handcrafts such as needlepoint, embroidery, jewellery, copperware and woodcarving. Our next stop will be Aladdin Mosque, from the Seljuk period. Last on the list of places of visit will be Inözü Valley.and back to Ankara in the afternoon.

desde 334,28 €

Día 1
Sal a las 8:30 horas desde Ankara y dirígete a Safranbolu en microbús en un viaje de 233 kilómetros de largo. Una vez allí, visita el barrio de Namazhad de Hidirliktepe, el palacete de Kaymakamlar, el museo de la ciudad, los bazares de los artesanos de hierro y cobre, el bazar al aire libre de Arasta, el reloj solar, la mezquita Lutfiye Kacak y la Torre del Reloj. Al acabar, dirígete al hotel.
Cena en el hotel.

Día 2
Tras el desayuno, explora el barrio de Baglar, la zona veraniega de la región de Safranbolu. Sigue el recorrido por el acueducto de Incekaya, la cueva de Bulak Mencilis y el pueblo de Yuruk. Tras el desayuno, explora el barrio de Baglar, la zona veraniega de la región de Safranbolu, ubicada en la región del mar Negro. Safranbolu fue un centro comercial del cultivo de azafrán y hoy en día es conocido por la arquitectura otomana de su casco antiguo, razón por la cual es Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la Unesco desde 1994. Entre sus edificios históricos destacan la multitud de casas y mansiones, mezquitas, el museo, los baños turcos y los caravasares. Todo ello junto con sus callejones empedrados y sus casas de madera con techos de color rojo logran reproducir el estilo de vida turco de los siglos XVIII y XIX.
Volverás a Ankara por la tarde.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 182,34 €

1 Day: Depart around 09:00 AM to visit the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in the old Citadel, one of the best museums in Turkey. Later, you'll visit also the Mausoleum of Ataturk where the founder of the Turkish Republic rests in peace. Having lunch in a local restaurant in Ankara, following lunch we will drive to Cappadocia for 3 hours, After the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel, Overnight in Cappadocia.

2 Day: After having breakfast in the hotel, starting the classical cappadocia tour until 17.00 and the back to Ankara in the afternoon.

Visiting the many highlights of this captivating region, this full day tour begins with a visit to the multi-coloured rock formations of the famous Pigeon Valley and the picturesque fairy chimneys of Uchisar. Then it’s a panoramic view of the area from the top of Uchisar castle before moving on to the spectacular Goreme Open Air Museum where you can see several churches built into caves by Christians between the 10th and 13th centuries.

A stop for lunch is given in Avanos, a small town which has settled on both banks of the Red River (Kizilirmak) and is famous for its’ ceramics made with the red clay from the riverbank. The next stop is in Pasabag where you can see mushroom-like fairy-chimneys with multiple caps and stems situated in the middle of a vineyard. We then walk through Pasabaglar, which used to be known as the Valley of the Monks. A tea break is given here. The tour then continues through Devrent and Zelve Valleys, each boasting strange and wonderful shaped rock formations and chimneys.

Cappadocia is completed with a visit to Çavusin village and its’ cave church, dating back to the 5th century AD.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 182,34 €

Day 1 (Departure From Ankara – Salt Lake – Ihlara Valley – Underground CIty ): Our crew will greet you in the pick-up point in Ankara early and you will heading to Salt lake (Tuz Gölü ), is the second largest lake in Turkey and one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the World. After that drive to Ihlara Canyon which is a 16 km long gorge cut into volcanic rock in the Southern part of Cappadocia, we will have 4 km trekking here in the Ihlara valley. There was the first settlement of the Christians escaping from Roman soldiers and hundreds of old churches in the volcanic rock caves. After walking through the canyon by Melendiz stream. At the end of the trekking track we will have lunch at Belisirma, then visit to huge and sprawling Selime Monastery which was carved out the rock by Christian monks in the 13th. century.

Next on the way to Cappadocia we will visit to Derinkuyu Underground City. There are so many underground cities at Cappadocia, but the biggest and deepest one is Derinkuyu. It has all the usual amenities found other underground complexes across Cappadocia, such as wine and oil presses, stables, cellars, storage rooms, chapels and ventilation shaft have been used as well.

Day 2 (Hot air Balloon and Cappadocia Tour): We will start our day in Cappadocia with the fantastic hot air Balloon tour in the sunrise time, our driver will pick you up from the hotel early morning 5am (summer time), go to balloon departure area for breakfast and briefing, balloon flight duration is one hour, after the balloon tour we will finish the balloon tour with celebration and champagne. And you will go to the hotel for breakfast and having rest. Our Cappadocia tour will start at 10 pm (depends on your request) our guide will meet you in the hotel and start our tour. Today Destinations are; Göreme Panorama, Goreme Open Air Museum, Devrent Valley, Pasabag Valley, Local lunch in avanos, and pigeon valley panorama. Our tour end and the highest point of Cappadocia Uchisar Castle which present you amazing view, after that we will drop you off to Ankara.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 556,73 €

Destination 1: Museum of Anatolian civilizations. Early morning our crew will meet you in the pick-up and give general information about Ankara and our tour today, we will start the tour with visiting museum of Anatolian civilizations, the museum has a number of exhibits of Anatolian archeology. They start with the Paleolithic era, and continue chronologically through the Neolithic, Early Bronze, Assyrian trading colonies, Hittite, Phrygian, Urartian, Greek, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuq and Ottoman periods. There is also an extensive collection of artifacts from the excavations at Karain, Çatalhöyük, Hacilar, Canhasan, Beyce Sultan, Alacahöyük, Kültepe, Acemhöyük, Bogazköy (Gordion), Pazarli, Altintepe, Adilcevaz and Patnos as well as examples of several periods.

The exhibits of gold, silver, glass, marble and bronze works date back as far as the second half of the first millennium BC. The coin collections, with examples ranging from the first minted money to modern times, represent the museum's rare cultural treasures.

Destination 2: Citadel of Ankara, after visiting the museum, next stop is citadel of Ankara which is a fortification from ancient or medieval era in Ankara. Having been controlled by Romans and Byzantines earlier; it was captured by Seljuq Turks in 1073, by Crusaders in 1101, who gave it back again to the Byzantine and again by Seljuqs in 1227. You can also see many old Ankara traditional house around the citadel

Destination 3: Local Lunch

Destination 4: Augustus Temple, also known as the monumental Ancyranum was built between 25 BC – 20 BC by the Roman Empire. The temple is significant for its Latin and Greek inscriptions which depict the doings of Augustus. The Augustus Temple has survived until our times in considerably good shape. In the early Christian era, the temple was changed into a basilica.

Destination 5: Haci Bayram Mosque It is located in the Ulus section of Ankara next to the Augustus temple. Originally built in 831 H (1427/28), the mosque as it stands today shows the characteristics of the late 17th century and the 18th century mosques.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 212,72 €

Early morning, our crew will meet you in the pickup point in Ankara and give general information about the tour today, After that we take departure to Hattusas , our way will take about 2 hours to Hattusas, before visiting our main destination we will see the Open Air Sanctuary Yazilikaya.

Yazilikaya was the sanctuary for the hattusa. This was a holy sites for hitites. We will get our lunch in a local restaurant. After the lunch we visit the archaeological site of Hattusas, the capital of the Hittite Empire in the late Bronze Age, inside we will also The Grand Temple, The Great citadel and the rich ornamentation of the Lions' Gate and the Royal Gate and the Tunnel. In the end of the tour we get ready back to Ankara

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 273,5 €

Try an innovative approach to exploring Turkey and discover the wonders of the Turkey with a digital guide that’s available during your rental.

The digital guide is loaded with guides, maps, audio tours on a 7-inch tablet that’s been specifically designed for travellers visiting Turkey.The GPS navigation lets you go around the country without needing other devices, and printed maps.

The tablet comes with unlimited 3G internet access and a sharing option with other devices via Wi-Fi. You’ll easily find your way around and can check your tablet for recommended places and stay connected with your loved ones.

You’ll also find useful apps, with maps, quick information about the Turkey, and social tools. The operator’s staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have via a Viber account that’s been installed on the device, delivery will be done before one day of service date to hotel receptions, and guests will leave the tablets to reception end of the service.

Highlights:

Visit Turkey's most popular spots on your own schedule.
Enjoy on the go with digital guides and audio tours.
GPS Navigation with upto date LOI and traffic maps.
Stay connected with unlimited 3G speed internet and connect up to devices anywhere in Turkey.
Make use of all the useful applications and information at your fingertips.
Delivery and pick-up from your hotel anywhere in Turkey.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 34,4 €

Why search for hotspot when you can take one with you? With our mobile hotspot devices you can easily connect your tablet, laptop, smartphone or other devices to the internet while on the go.

There’s an unlimited internet access (fair usage applies) and you do not need to worry about roaming charges. You can freely surf the internet, use favorite chat applications, stay connected with friends via social networks.

You can travel like a local, stay connected, and have more fun when you use a Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot.

The hotspot comes with unlimited 3G internet access and a sharing option with 10 other devices via Wi-Fi. Sharing with 10 devices lets you and your group all connected during the trip without worrying about getting lost or losing connection.

The operator’s staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have via a Whats-App, Viber, Telegram, or e-mail during your rental.

Highlights
Get all the benefits of fast internet access anywhere without any roaming charges.
Surf at speeds of up to 21 Mbps, download or upload as much as you like*.
Connect up to ten devices at the same time.
Use free powerbank for re-charging any device during the day.
Re-charge by USB or mobile charger.
Delivery and pick-up from your hotel anywhere in Turkey.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 31,53 €

A smartphone with 4G connection, ideal for expats, frequent visitors, or tourists so that you do not need to worry about getting your phone registered locally, or being blocked. Connect to fast and secure 4G internet AND enjoy the city with our digital companion!

• Find your way around with GPS and maps. Avoid the hassle!
• Stay connected, check tips and reviews for local restaurants, cafes, city highlights and attractions. Stay up-to-date with what’s going on in town. Enjoy the city like a local!
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• Unlimited 4G internet included!

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 35,84 €

Ankara - Amasya - Turhal - Zile - Cakircali Village - Hattusa - Ankara
Turkey is rich in natural beauty and outside the major cities you will get to visit a way of life that is as traditional as Turkey could be. On this tour you will visit natural villages and there are great opportunities to get involved with the villagers and their way of life; you get to sample many of the locally grown natural fruits, nuts and berries as well as eat and drink just like a local.

Day 1 - Ankara to Amasya
(Dinner included)
Pick up from Ankara Airport and depart for Amasya. This city has a rich heritage of civilisations and remnants from these eras still remain such as the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk, Ilhanli and the Ottoman civilizations, as well as many important remains belonging to the first years of the Republic of Turkey. Amasya is endowed with historical and cultural opulence, and the city is also very rich in natural beauty. The thermal springs around Amasya are very famous. Amasya Yaliboyu Houses are the best remaining of Ottoman architecture. These buildings usually have two storeys and they are now being restored. Amasya is also famous for its apples, cherries, peaches and okra. Overnight in Amasya.

Day 2 - Amasya - Turhal - Zile
(Breakfast and dinner included)
After breakfast, you will depart from Amasya to Turhal and Zile. In the 3rd century B. C., the region was occupied by the contingents of Alexander the Great's Macedonian army, but many insurrections had also taken place in this era as the Macedonian occupiers couldn't build up a total control of the region. Today we will visit a local orchard; depending on the season we will see cherry, apples, grapes and pears. This area is extremely famous for its fruit and you will get the opportunity to taste some of the delicious produce. All fruit grown here is organic and you will certainly taste the difference! In the evening we will arrive at Cakir Cali Koyu where we will have diner with the local people in the village houses. Overnight in Cakir Cali.

Day 3 - Cakircali Village
(Breakfast and dinner included)
Free day in theVillage. Cakircali village used to have 80 houses but now there are only 25 left due to the population migrating to big cities. Sitting between high mountains, the village is surrounded by fields, forests, canyons and natural beauty. Experience the hospitableness of the people who live here; maybe be lucky enough to see a traditional village wedding ceremony. These ceremonies last a good few days, with many foods and drinks served and local music played. We will have dinner at a traditional one-storey house typical of the varea. Overnight in Cakir Cali.

Day 4 - Cakircali Village - Visiting Farm People
(Breakfast and dinner included)
Today is the day to see field villagers work on vegetable gardens, fruit fields and places where cereal foods are produced. You can join the villagers and collect some fruits in the garden. This activity uses horses, donkeys and tractors as vehicles. You will also get to explore a village farm giving you the chance to see how it works. In the evening we can listen to the farmers singing songs and perhaps join in with them and do some Anatolian folk dancing. Overnight in Cakir Cali.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 8 días

desde 781,86 €

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