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Istanbul and Cappadocia Turkey Tour Package 6 Days 5 Nights

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6 Days 5 Nights

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Daily Tour

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English, Turkish

The Istanbul and Cappadocia Turkey Tour Package (6 Days/5 Nights) from India is an excellent way to experience the best that Turkey has to offer. IMAD Travel offers an amazing tour package that allows travellers from India to experience the exquisite beauty of Istanbul and Cappadocia in just six days. From exploring the majestic Hagia Sophia, taking a boat ride along the Bosporus Strait, or discovering the unique fairy-tale landscapes of Cappadocia, there’s something for everyone on this Turkey tour package. The itinerary includes activities such as hot air balloon rides, sightseeing tours of historic monuments, shopping trips to local markets, and much more. What’s more, this tour package also includes luxurious accommodation options, with all meals included throughout your stay in Turkey.
From the stunning Sultanahmet District to the mesmerising Valley of Butterflies, this tour has it all. You can explore the ancient cities of Ephesus and Hierapolis, shop at the Grand Bazaar, or try traditional Turkish food like kebab. Enjoy an optional hot air balloon flight over Cappadocia to take in some incredible views during your journey through this historic country.
This package offers the opportunity to explore one of the country’s most iconic attractions, the Hagia Sophia Mosque, located in Istanbul. The mosque is a remarkable piece of architecture and has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. Visitors will be able to appreciate its long history and stunning design, with elements from both Byzantine and Ottoman cultures displayed throughout. As part of the tour package, visitors also get to enjoy guided tours that provide insight into this fascinating building so they can get more out of their experience. Plus, knowledgeable guides will be on hand to answer any questions travellers might have about this incredible site. With all that IMAD Travel provides in this tour package, travellers are sure to have an unforgettable visit to Turkey and an appreciation for one of its most impressive landmarks!
Travelling to Turkey has never been easier with IMAD Travel’s Turkey Tour Package. This all-inclusive package includes visits to some of the most iconic sites in the country, such as The Hippodrome and The Grand Bazaar. This tour package promises an unparalleled experience exploring the breathtaking beauty that is Turkey, from its bustling cities to its historic ruins.
The Hippodrome dates back to ancient times and was once used for chariot racing exhibitions by Byzantine Emperors. Visitors will be able to explore this remarkable site with a knowledgeable guide who will provide insight into the history of this incredible structure. The Grand Bazaar, meanwhile, is a vast marketplace where visitors can shop for unique crafts and souvenirs. Tour guides will lead guests through winding alleyways while giving them insight into local culture and traditions.
IMAD Travel has created a unique and special Turkey Tour Package that includes a cruise on the majestic Bosphorus river, and an exploration of the beautiful Rose Valley. This package is perfect for those seeking to explore Turkey’s natural beauty as well as its vibrant culture.
The Bosphorus river runs through both Europe and Asia, providing stunning views of Istanbul’s skyline from either side. On this cruise, guests will be able to see landmarks such as the Galata Tower, Topkapi Palace, Dolmabahce Palace and more! The sights are sure to take your breath away!
The Rose Valley is home to some of Turkey’s most spectacular scenery. Here you will find rock formations known as ‘fairy chimneys’ carved by nature over centuries.
Visiting Turkey is now easier than ever with IMAD Travel’s new Turkey Tour Package. This incredible tour package takes travelers to Ortahsar Castle and Kaymakli, two of the most noteworthy historical sites in Turkey.
At Ortahsar Castle, tourists will be able to explore the castle’s fascinating history while admiring its stunning architecture. The castle was built in 1200 AD by Seljuk Turks and features several towers, courtyards, and other structures that highlight the impressive skill of its builders. Visitors can also take a guided tour which includes an exploration of both the interior and exterior of the castle as well as a look into its many legends.
The tour also includes a visit to Kaymakli, one of the largest underground cities in Turkey. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore its many tunnels and chambers, as well as learn about its fascinating history. Additionally, guests can enjoy traditional Turkish cuisine at some of Kaymakli’s finest restaurants.
Don’t wait any longer, seize the opportunity and book your amazing 6-day 5-night Istanbul and Cappadocia Turkey tour package now for an unforgettable journey! This one-of-a-kind experience will take you to breathtaking sites with expert guides, giving you the best way to explore both cities without a hitch. Don’t miss out on this opportunity – book right away to ensure you get the most out of your travel experience!


  • Hagia Sophia Mosque is a mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.
  • The Blue Mosque is a mosque that is blue in color.
  • The Hippodrome is one of Istanbul's most famous historic sites. The Grand Bazaar is another.
  • The Grand Bazaar is a bustling marketplace in the heart of the city.
  • Spice Bazaar is a market that sells spices.
  • Cruise on the Bosphorus
  • Rose Valley is a town in the state of Turkey.
  • Ortahsar Castle is a castle in Ortahsar, Turkey.
  • Pay a visit to Kaymakli.

DAY1 - Arrival in Istanbul
DAY1 - Arrival in Istanbul

Arrive in Istanbul and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 2 - Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00
DAY 2 - Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00

We start our tour of the Sultanahmet area, the hub of ancient Istanbul, with breakfast at the hotel and a visit to Hagia Sophia Mosque. The church, which was built by Emperor Justinian in the early sixth century AD and planned by Anthemius of Tralles and Isodore of Miletus, is one of the world's architectural wonders. Its huge dome still dominates the ancient Istanbul skyline. It's also known for its mosaics, which include gilded images of emperors and empresses as well as a moving Virgin and Child. The Blue Mosque (closed on Friday mornings) is our next stop. It gets its name from the beautiful tiles that cover its interior. It is the only imperial mosque with six minarets, having been built by Sultan Ahmet I in the early 17th century and planned by a disciple of Sinan, the greatest of Ottoman architects. Its courtyard is particularly impressive. The Hippodrome, an old Byzantium stadium that could seat 100,000 people, displayed antiquities from all around the empire. An Egyptian obelisk and a bronze sculpture of three intertwined serpents from Delphi are among those that have survived. The Grand Bazaar was the economic core of the ancient city, with 4,000 stores filled with treasures such as carpets and kilims, silks, jewelry, pottery, icons, and leather items. While strolling through the Grand Bazaar, indulge in some Ottoman-style shopping. We returned to the hotel at 13:00 and spent the rest of the day relaxing. The evening is yours to shop. Spend the night at the hotel.

DAY 3 - Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00
DAY 3 - Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00

We start with a quick stop at Istanbul's 17th century Spice Bazaar, one of the city's most colorful and crowded attractions. After that, we go on a spectacular trip around the Bosphorus, Istanbul's magnificent waterway that connects Europe and Asia. From our cruise ship, we see the stunning sites along the Bosphorus' forested shores: mosques, a bridge that was once the world's longest, and the huge Rumeli Hisar (no entry), a fortification erected by Fatih the Conqueror in just three months as he prepared to seize Istanbul. The Sultan's extravagant gingerbread castles and hunting lodges, as well as the Ottoman elite's 19th-century residences, are also remarkable. In the afternoon is free to go shopping. *On the rare occasions when the Spice Bazaar is closed on a Sunday, we provide an orientation session. **Depending on the number of tour participants, the Spice Bazaar may be visited before the Bosphorus Cruise.

DAY 4 Istanbul & Fly & Cappadocia
DAY 4 Istanbul & Fly & Cappadocia

After breakfast, transport to the airport for your trip to Cappadocia; upon arrival, transfer to your accommodation for the night.

DAY 5 - Cappadocia Optional hot air ballooning
DAY 5 - Cappadocia Optional hot air ballooning

In the morning, meet in the hotel lobby for a tour to Rose Valley, one of the most stunning trekking valleys in Cappadocia, and hike through the valley to discover the famed rock-cut churches. Rest in Cavusin, a historic Greek hamlet noted for its Christian buildings and churches. After lunch, proceed to Ortahsar Castle, which is styled similarly to Uchisar Castle and contains storage caves. In the afternoon, explore Kaymakli (or Ozkonak) Underground City, where early Christians lived in dread and trust. On the way back, stop at the scenic Pigeon Valley to see how pigeons helped villagers by fertilizing the grapes with their dung. You might also visit a nearby winery and sample Cappadocia wine. Return to the hotels.

DAY 6 Cappadocia & Fly back

After breakfast, head to the airport to catch a flight to your next destination through Istanbul.

  • 5 night's hotel accommodations including breakfast
  • 2 local meals while Cappadocia touring
  • SIC tours with entry and hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Private airport transportation (to/from Ataturk Airport)
  • Personal costs
  • Any other lunches or dinners not stated.
  • Driver and guide tips

6 Days 5 Nights


Tour's Location


Tourists can use their debit cards to withdraw money from ATMs in Turkey in Turkish Lira, Euro, and US dollars. For the convenience of foreigners, the great majority of ATMs provide English or other language options.


Credit and debit cards are accepted for all purchases by visitors. It is, however, recommended that you bring some cash with you if you want to go outside of the city center or to smaller towns or villages.


The Turkish Lira is the country's official currency. Visitors can exchange their cash for Turkish Lira at banks and exchange agencies.


All museums in Turkey are shut on Mondays and open to visitors from 9:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m. on the other days.


Two-pin sockets are commonly used in Turkey, as they are in continental Europe.

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