4 Days Pamukkale Konya Cappadocia Ankara Tour from Marmaris

4 Days Pamukkale Konya Cappadocia Ankara Tour from Marmaris


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Pamukkale Konya Cappadocia Ankara


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4 Days Pamukkale Konya Cappadocia Ankara Tour from Marmaris

If you come to Turkey, you must visit Pamukkale. One of the two most popular; ancient and natural beauties of Turkey and the world is on the UNESCO list, and you should explore Cappadocia. No matter what part of Turkey you choose to visit, there are definitely the perfect Turkey daily travel options available for you. Taking part in one of our Turkey tours, you will get to delve into the history, culture, and true life within Turkey, especially by choosing the region of Cappadocia.

  • Pick up from Marmaris Hotel or Dalyan Airport
  • Drive to Pamukkale. It takes 2.40 hours
  • White Calcium Carbonate Travertines
  • Hierapolis Archaeological Museum
  • Cleopatra's Pool
  • Hierapolis Ancient City
    • Grand Theatre
    • The Temple of Apollo
    • Nymphaeum (Monumental Fountain)
    • Plutonium
    • Christian Basilica
    • City Gate
    • Necropolis
    • Martyrium of St. Philip
  • Drive to Pamukkale Hotel
  • Pick up From Pamukkale Hotels
  • Private transfer from Pamukkale to Konya
  • Hürrem Pasa Tomb
  • Mevlana Museum
  • Şems-i Tebrizi Tomb
  • Lunch
  • Proceed to Cappadocia
  • Kaymaklı Underground City
  • Derinkuyu Underground City
  • Overnight Cappadocia

*Optional balloon tour, please contact us*

  • Pick up From Cappadocia Hotels
  • Early Departure from Hotel
  • Devrent Valley
  • Pasabagi (Monk's Valley)
  • Avanos
  • In one of the pottery shops
  • Lunch in a local restaurant
  • Goreme Open Air Museum
  • Sunset in the Pigeon Valley
  • Ucahisar Castle
  • Overnight Cappadocia
  • Early depar from Cappadocia
  • The Mausoleum of Ataturk (Anitkabir)
  • Ankara Citadel
  • The Museum of Anatolian Civilization
  • The Temple of Augustus and Roman Bath
  • Haci Bayram Mosque and Tomb
  • Kizilay Square and Street
  • Ethnography Museum of Ankara
  • Flight from Ankara to Dalyan airport

Today we will pick you up from Marmaris Hotel or Dalyan airport and we will drive to Pamukkale. It will take around 2.40 hours."Pamukkale translates to 'Cotton Castle'... Once you get here, it's easy to see why. This natural phenomenon, designated a UNESCO Heritage site in 1988, with spectacular white calcium cliffs and beautiful turquoise blue pools, is truly a sight to behold. Pamukkale is like an alien landscape."

Snow White Calcium Travertines, Terraces, and Calcium Pools

Pamukkale, or 'Cotton Castle' when translated, has been drawing tourists from all around the world to its thermal springs for more than 23 centuries. Pamukkale and Pamukkale Tours is one of the top Famous Turkey Trips. The Turkish name refers to the extraordinary surface of the snow-white cliffs, shaped over millennia by the accumulation of calcium deposited by mineral springs. Legend has it that the Cotton Castle formations are solidified cotton (the area's principal crop) that was left out to dry by giants.

Dripping slowly down a vast mountainside, mineral-rich water foams and collects in bowls that terrace the decline down the mountainside spilling over petrified cascades of stalactites into milky pools below. These saucer-shaped travertines (or terraces, as they're also called) wind sideways down the powder-white mountain, providing a stunning contrast to the clear blue sky and green plain below. To protect the unique calcite surface, you are obliged to traverse the area barefoot.

Although the terrace pools aren't particularly deep, you can get fully submerged if you want, don't forget your towel! Don't worry; if you don't have a bathing suit or towel, you can buy a Turkish Towel, Do not Forget is Cotton's principal crop. As a nice suvinour, you can take it away to your home. You shouldn't leave Pamukkale Tour without having a healing dip in the sacred fountain of Cleopatra's Pool.

Cleopatra's Pool:

A swim in the effervescent waters of Cleopatra's Pool should be at the top of any Turkey Travel Itinerary. Strewn about the bottom of the crystal-clear Pool is an amazing collection of striated columns and capitals, a striking reminder of the Pool's pedigree. Cleopatra's Pool has warm, clear fizzy water that bubbles from the source of the spring, but these days have now been blocked off to prevent divers from disappearing into its hidden depths.

With temperatures of 35C, you can bathe in the natural thermal mud and waters and enjoy the curative effects (both medicinal and beauty) of the water, which had previously benefited the ancient Greek and Roman peoples for centuries. This curative water, with its Thermo mineral and magnesium, calcium, carbon dioxide, sulfide, and bicarbonate, is suitable in many areas as a curative treatment.

Ancient City of Hierapolis:

The nearby ancient Hierapolis and its accompanying museums may be overshadowed by the springs, but they are also fascinating and well worth the visit. After taking a walk along the terraces, we will take a short walk to Hierapolis City, which is also known as 'Holy City.' Just outside the main entrance is the Necropolis (Graveyard), containing more than 1200 tombs and sarcophagi of people who wished to have been buried here. It was believed that the proximity of the hot springs and vapor-emitting cracks would ease their journey into the Underworld.

Among the tombs lies the Martyrium, which is an octagonal 5th-century edifice believed to have been erected upon the site where St. Philip was martyred in 80 CE. The Hierapolis City Bath, the springs of Hierapolis, was particularly popular among vacationing Romans. You will notice that carved into the side of the mountain is the monstrous Grand Theater that dominates the vista of Hierapolis. At its height, the Grand Theatre could host 25.000 boisterous fans and is still largely intact until this day.

It features a vast network of decorative elements from the 3rd century CE including a selection of ornately sculptured statues, columns, and arches, amongst other decretive elements. During Pamukkale Day Tour, you will have 2 hours of free break time to rest, take in the views, and of course, take some refreshments from the onsite cafeteria. You can use the provided Pamukkale Map and Hierapolis Map to visit other nearby sites in your allotted free time. After Pamukkale and Hierapolis, we will drive to Hotel.

Today we will pick you up from Pamukkale Hotel, and we will drive to Konya by private transfer. It will take around 4 hours. During the journey, our guide will give you information about Konya. Undoubtedly, Konya's greatest attraction is its association with the mystic Jalal ad-Din ar-Rumi, better known as Mevlana. Especially on 9 and 17 December, the Festival of the Dervishes is held, and pilgrims flock to Konya to visit the Mevlana Tekke, where the sage is buried, and to attend performances of the Sema. After lunch drive to Cappadocia. On the way stop Sultanhan caravanserai.

From Konya to Cappadocia is about 3 hrs drive. It is 243 Km/152 Miles. Sultanhani Caravanserai. The most prominent example of the caravanserai journey is the Sultanhani district of Aksaray. A two-door inn, I. Alaeddin Keykubad built it in 1229. In 1278 II. Extended by Gıyaseddin Keyhusrev, the inn consists of two parts summer and winter. The total of these two parts is almost 5000 m2. One door opens to light and the other to darkness. We always come and go, but history stands and tells us a lot on our arrival to Cappadocia.

Visit Kaymakli or Derinkuyu Underground Cities. You will have a different experience in underground cities, and you will almost go on a time travel in the tunnels of thousands of years. The supply tanks, water cellars, and rooms on the floors that reach as one descends through the tunnels that are as low as human height fascinates the spread. "During the Hittites era, it was used as a shelter during times of war, and the early Christians made the other subsection hide in later enclosures. There were two different worlds at that time. They live in houses inside the ground when they are at peace; they take shelter in the underground cities of the war. After the cleaning rooms in 1964," Stating that it opened to visitors in 2018. Ovenight in Cappadocia.

Mevlana Museum:

Which is famous all over the world with the motto "Come, come, come, whatever you are," by entering the dervish gate. The dervish cells inside the museum, the printing house, and the Hürrem Pasa Tomb, Hamusan opening to the Üçler Cemetery. After the ( Susmuslar ) gate, we made a tour of the main building, which includes the tombs of Sinan Pasa, Fatma Hatun, and Hasan Pasa, as well as the semahane and masjid sections, and the tombs of Mevlana and his family members, and in the courtyard, with the covered fountain built by Yavuz Sultan Selim in 1512, "Seb-i We complete our tour with the "Arus" pool and the fountain called sense bill. Afterward, we visit the Şems-i Tebrizi Tomb, which Mevlana calls the mirror of his soul. After our visit here, we go to our restaurant to have our lunch. And then, we will drive to Hotel.

Our tour will start by picking you up from your hotel and heading to Devrent Valley, where you can see many different rock formations and small fairy chimneys that form a lunar landscape with their strange look. After a short walk in this impressive valley, our tour will continue to Pasabagi (Monk's Valley), where the most striking fairy chimneys are in Cappadocia with twin and triple rock caps. These shapes are unique for Cappadocia and named 'mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. After visiting Pasabagi, we will drive to Avanos, famous for its pottery craft dating back to the Hittite period. Red color clay comes from the residue of the longest river in Turkey called Kizilirmak. In one of the pottery shops, you can watch the demonstration of making pottery, or you can try to do it yourself. We will give a break to our tour for lunch in a local restaurant to taste the various kinds of Turkish cuisine.

After lunch, our destination will be Goreme Open Air Museum. Churches, chapels, and monasteries carved into the fairy chimneys from the 10th to 13th centuries A.D. will be the day's highlights, with frescos painted on the walls. You can take pictures to carry the moments for your future memories. It is time to catch sunsets in the panoramic Pigeon Valley, hosting countless pigeons in natural pigeon houses. These pigeons contribute to locals' living with their manure to fertilize the vineyards. Our last stop is the Uchisar Castle; once used as a defense system to defeat enemies, Uchisar Castle is now one of the most prestigious viewpoints in the world. End of the tour drive back to Hotel.

Ankara is the capital of the Republic of Turkey, and its capital Ankara is the second most populous city in Turkey. There was an important crossroad between East and West. Ankara (ancient Ancyra) was also the capital of ancient Galatia. Ankara has many interesting archaeological sites scattered throughout the city. After the collapse of the Hittites, the Phrygians established dominance in Ankara and many regions.

Today you will pick up from your Hotel after breakfast and then we will drive to Ankara.It will takes around 3 hours by private car.

The Mausoleum of Ataturk

If you have come to Turkey, you must visit the mausoleum of the great leader Ataturk, who is respected in the world. Please watch it during the military exchange hours. How many heroes have such a magnificent mausoleum been granted to many heroes?

Its huge garden, which is an eye-catching botanical museum, the hum of the wind passing through the columns of the Monument mausoleum building, which involuntarily makes you emotional, silence, a work that says I am always here, which dominates all of Ankara. The way the ancient civilizations of these lands, Phrygians, Hittites, and the meaning of their waiting for their Ancestor. Anitlkabir is a place that makes people think and discover mysteries.

Ankara Citadel

Ankara Castle is a place where you can see the historical mansions and houses where you can watch Ankara from a bird's eye view. Although it is not known exactly when it was built, it is known that the castle existed at the beginning of the 2nd century B.C., when the Galatians settled in Ankara. It has been repaired many times by the Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks, and Ottomans. Ankara Castle is bigger than it looks from the outside. It also hosts various festivals every year. It covers Hamamonu, Hacettepe, Samanpazari, the spinning wheel slope, and Ulus. People are living here. Nostalgic Mansions, cafes, and Castle walls were built as sheltered.

The Museum of Anatolian Civilization

It is the most visited place in Ankara after Anıtkabir. Today, it is among the few museums in the world with unique collections. Archaeological finds unearthed from various excavation sites in Anatolia are on display. There are artifacts from Catalhoyuk, Hattusas, Gordion, and many more historical capitals. A well-deserved museum that received the award for the best museum in Europe. History within history is found in Ankara Castle. A museum exhibiting the past and history of Anatolia. The chronologically divided halls and the information boards are very good; you almost feel the history inside you.

In the Museum, Anatolian Archeology is exhibited in chronological order starting from the Paleolithic Age to the present day. Artifacts in the museum consist of statues, coins and artifacts, ornaments, symbols, metal, earth, and stone work belonging to primitive civilizations that have survived from 8000 BC and great civilizations such as Hittite, Phrygian, Lydian, Ionian, Urartian, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Turkish.

The Temple of Augustus and Roman Bath

These two are together because they seem to be connected. It will remind us of Israel – especially Jerusalem – where structures and beliefs are intertwined both literally and figuratively. The Temple of Augustus and Rome was originally built in the 1st century, rebuilt in the 2nd century, and later converted into a church in the 6th century. The marble edging is from the Roman period; alternating rows of black and reddish-brown stones were probably part of the Byzantine reconstruction.

Haci Bayram Mosque and Tomb

Haci Bayram Mosque and Tomb were built in 1429-1428. It is full of Roman characters. There are Julian columns. The mosque is very new. It has been completely restored very recently.

Kizilay Square and Street

Kızılay is located at the intersection of roads in Ankara; it is the place where Ankara's heart beats. You can easily go anywhere from the meeting point. Always busy, always crowded. The heart of Ankara beats here; it is a colorful and lively place with Kızılay Shopping Center and street shops. Bus, Metro, and Ankara main stops are here.

Ethnography Museum of Ankara

Especially the circumcision and groom's shaving, coppersmith Ali and women drinking coffee, old tiles, old items and clothes made with lifeless mannequins are magnificent. Seeing paintings and sculptures gives spiritual peace. Next to it is the Museum of painting and Sculpture. Watch the view of Ankara from the garden. It is touching to know that Ataturk stayed there for 15 years before he was buried in Anitkabir. The interior is very nicely designed and spacious. Everyone should go and see it. End of the tour you will transffered to airport for your Dalyan airport flight.

What's Included?

  • English Speaking Guide
  • 3 Nights Accommodation
  • All Entrance Fees
  • A/C Vehicle
  • Parking Fees
  • Cable Car
  • Domestic Flight from Ankara to Dalyan airport(Marmaris)

What's Not Included?

  • Personal Expenses and Gratuities
  • Local Lunch and Drinks
  • Cleopatra's Pool

PS: If you wish, you can do an Extention, or you may request transfer service to Kusadasi, Denizli, Konya, Cappadocia, Antalya, Gocek, or Fethiye.

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