4 Days Eastern Part Of Turkey

4 Days Eastern Part Of Turkey


4 Days


Kusadasi or Selcuk



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Kusadasi or Selcuk


Diyarbakir, Mardin, Gaziantep, Adıyaman


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4 Days Eastern Part Of Turkey

The earliest reference to gardens comes to us from the first book of the Bible, the book of Genesis. In it, we find the tree of the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden and the legendary figures of Adam and Eve. God places Adam in the Garden of Eden, which means a place of pleasure and pleasure. There he lives full of wisdom and beauty and is free from power and evil.

The location of Eden is described in the Book of Genesis as the source of the four arms. Among scholars who consider this to be true, various suggestions have been made about its location: at the head of the Persian Gulf, in southern Mesopotamia (now Iraq), where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers flow from Turkey to the Persian Gulf, and in Armenia.

  • Diyarbakir
  • Diyarbakir City Walls
  • Urfa Gate
  • Mardin Gate
  • Goat Bastion
  • Malabadi Bridge With Ten Eyes
  • Grand Mosque
  • New Hasankeyf
  • Midyat
  • Guest House
  • Telkari And Silver Workshop
  • Mardin
  • Kasimiye Madrasa
  • Great Mosque
  • Abbaras
  • Mesopotamian Plain
  • Deyr-Ul Zafaran
  • Gobekli Tepe
  • Overnight and dinner at Dedeman Hotel at Sanliurfa
  • Harran Plain
  • Mound
  • Harran Guesthouse
  • Fish Lake
  • The Cave Where Abraham Was Born
  • Grand Bazaar
  • Gumrukhan
  • Adıyaman
  • Arsemia
  • Cendere Bridge
  • Karakus Tumulus
  • Mount Nemrut
  • Ataturk Dam
  • Halfeti River Boat Tour
  • Euphrates River
  • Greek Castle
  • Gaziantep Mosaic Museum
  • Gaziantep (Ayintap) Castle
  • Sedefciler Bazaar
  • Almaci Bazaar
  • Coppersmiths' Bazaar
  • Zincirli Bedesten
  • Tobacco Inn
  • Kasteller
  • Tahmis Coffee

Note: If you wish, you can extend your tour, or if you request transfer service from us to other cities such as Van, Hatay, Cappadocia, Antalya, Marmaris, Gocek, Fethiye, Pergamon, Troy, and Istanbul.

Short Eastern Turkey Tour runs every day and is available all year round.
Also, documents with details and confirmations will be e-mailed to you after your booking.

Early morning pick-up from your Hotel and transfer to Izmir Airport. Fly to Diyarbakir. We arrive in Diyarbakir. After the breakfast break at the breakfast shops in the historical Hasan Pasha Inn, our first stop in Diyarbakir will be the Great Mosque, which was built by transforming the Mor Thoma Church, which is considered one of the five Harem-i Sharifs of Anatolia. Then we see the Urfa Gate, Mardin Gate, and Goat Bastion and come to the Ten-Eyed Bridge by bus.

In Hidirellez, local people used to write a wish on cloth and throw it over this bridge to the Tigris. We leave Diyarbakır and pass to Batman via Silvan. After lunch, we set out for Hasankeyf. After seeing the panoramic Hasankeyf, we reach Midyat. Our first stop will be the Midyat guesthouse, which is the shooting area of many TV series. After this mansion, where we will see the most beautiful example of civil architecture, we arrive at our Hotel after free time shopping in the Telkariciler bazaar. Accommodation and dinner at Mardin or Midyat.

After breakfast, we drive to Mardin, where religions and languages meet; a combination of many different cultures and beliefs, from Syriac to Arab, fascinates its visitors with its stonework and urban texture. In Old Mardin, which is a protected urban area and under protection, we will first start our tour from Kasimiye Madrasa. While the small pool in the courtyard of the madrasah adds coolness to the building, you will be enchanted once again when you listen to the narration of the fountain called Selsebil from our guide. After lunch, we start our walk towards the Ulu Mosque.

After our walk through the narrow stone streets through the bazaars, we listen to the narration of the minaret of the Great Mosque, also known as Cami Kebir, which is Mardin's Great Mosque, which will be read like a poem. Afterward, we see the narrow streets where the municipal cleaning works are done by donkeys, and we continue our walk by passing under the Abbaras that connect the streets like a tunnel under the historical houses. We take a short rest break and free time to see the Sehidiye madrasa, to have our tired teas and coffees against the Mesopotamian Plain, and then we go to Deyr-ul Zafaran Monastery.

While visiting the Deyrul Zafaran Monastery, which has been the center of the Patriarchate of the Assyrians for more than 1000 years, we leave Mardin after visiting the 4000-year-old Sun temple (Sin temple), the Hospital, the Church, and the Baptistery. Continuing our journey through Sanliurfa, we reach Gobekli Tepe ruins, thanks to farmer Safak Yildiz, who brought a stone block he found while plowing his field with a plow to the Urfa museum in 1986. Gobeklitepe, which has the first man-made megalithic structures known in the world with its 12 thousand-year history and is the center of attention of all people who are interested in science, history, and archeology, has been included in the World Cultural Heritage List by UNESCO in 2019.

We are visiting Gobekli Tepe, which is a ruined place that was exhibited on the ground as a result of 25 years of excavations, but 20% of which was exhibited, which is still discussed by various circles, and for what purpose the buildings were built-in. Then we move to the center of Urfa to settle in our Hotel.

Accommodation in our Hotel Tonight is bed and breakfast, and dinner at the Hotel is not included in the tour fee. We join the queue night, which is an indispensable part of Şanlıurfa, with dinner with our guests. On Sira night, we eat our mixed kebabs, drink our Mirra, taste the later dessert and raw meatballs, and continue the fun at full speed with local music and games.

After breakfast, we drive to Harran, where the world's first university is located. In Harran, which is under protection with its Conical Domed Houses, which are only found in 3 regions in the world, We see the Ruins of the Great Mosque, the Tumulus, the City Walls, the Castle, and the Traditional Harran Houses and visit one of them. Fish Lake and Hali-ul Rahman Lake, Mosque, and Ayn-ı Zeliha Lake, the cave of the Prophet Abraham where he was born, the Prophet Abraham were thrown into the fire, visit the Rizvaniye Mosque, Mevlid-i Halil Mosque, the Grand Bazaar, rug makers, shotmakers, blacksmiths, coppersmiths bazaars.
You can shop in the free time we will give you at the Customs Inn.

After our Sanlıurfa tour, we reach Adiyaman. Passing through Kahta, we come to our first stop, the Karakus Tumulus. After the explanations of our guide in a magnificent landscape, the legendary XVI century of the Roman Empire. We reach the Cendere Bridge, built by his legion. After the narrations and photographs taken here, we see Arsemia, the summer capital of the Commagene Kings, and the Old Kahta Castle from our minibusses as a panoramic view, and we reach the summit of Mount Nemrut, which is 2150 m above sea level.

We see the tumulus and the East-West Terraces, which were built in the name of Antiochus, the king of Commagene, and the gigantic statues found here. After the explanations, we watched the Sunset (Depending on the density of the region, sunrise can also be seen without any change in the tour program) in its magnificent view. Then we get on our minibusses again and reach our Hotel in Adiyaman. Accommodation and dinner at our Hotel.

PS: If the weather conditions of the Mount Nemrut program are not carried out due to winter conditions, the Ancient City of Perre will be included in the program as an alternative.

Early departure from Adiyaman, We continue to Halfeti, a corner of paradise. In Halfeti, which was flooded after the construction of the Birecik Dam, We will take a boat for a river cruise tour on the Euphrates. On our boat tour, we will have the opportunity to see the ruins of an ancient settlement, the Greek Castle, and the famous Savasan village with its submerged minaret. We complete our boat tour and go to Halfeti, which is famous for its Black roses. After leaving Halfeti, we reach Gaziantep.

Our first sightseeing point in Gaziantep will be the Gaziantep Zeugma Mosaic Museum, where mosaics unearthed from the historical Zeugma Ancient City, which was under the waters of the Birecik Dam, are exhibited. Here, after the explanations of our guide, we see the Gaziantep (Ayıntap), Castle, panoramically and take a photo and start our tour in the historical bazaars. Passing through the Coppersmiths' Bazaar, which resisted technology with the sounds of copper in history, we see the Almacı Bazaar, Zincirli Bedesten, drink our Menengic Coffees with Milk, and take a short break and take free time in the place that was used as a coffee-library in the Tekke Mosque Complex building in the 17th century. Afterward, we go to the Tobacco Inn and see the underground pastels, which have a water distribution network.

After shopping for copper, spices, pistachios, mother-of-pearl inlaid, and baklava in a long free time for shopping, we set out for the airport. Flight to Izmir and transferred to Kusadasi.

What's Included?

  • Pick-up from Hotel and drop-off back to your Hotel,
  • Transportation by a comfortable AC, nonsmoking Luxurious Car/Van
  • English Speaking Driver (1-3 people car)
  • Entry fees to the sites and museums in Diyarbakir
  • Parking fees
  • Local taxes and service charges
  • Highway price
  • Mineral water

What's Not Included?

  • Drinks
  • On personal expenses
  • Tips to Guide and Driver

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