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Grand Tour of Turkey

15 days
In Turkey, Ottoman domes float against modern skylines. Classic scenes from Greek epics come to life, and bustling bazaars and vibrant street vendors prove variety is the spice of life. From Istanbul to Cappadocia and the ruins of Ephesus, take in the living traditions where East meets West.

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      Local       cuisine

Handpicked hotels

Sightseeing with local guides

Private transportation

Personalized flight options

Maximum tour group size: 35 travelers

Let us handle the details

Expert Tour Director

      Local       cuisine

Handpicked hotels

Sightseeing with local guides

Private transportation

Personalized flight options

Your tour includes

  • 13 nights in handpicked hotels

  • Breakfast daily, 9 three-course dinners with beer or wine included at welcome and farewell dinners

  • Multilingual Tour Director

  • Private deluxe motor coach

  • Guided sightseeing and select entrance fees

Overnight Flight1 night

Day 1: Overnight flight

Board your overnight flight to Turkey today.

Istanbul2 nights Hotel info

Day 2: Arrival in Istanbul

Included meals: Dinner

Welcome to Turkey! Land in Istanbul—one of the world’s only cities that spans two continents—and meet your Tour Director and fellow travelers at a welcome dinner.

Day 3: Sightseeing tour of Istanbul

Included meals: Breakfast

Take a tour of Istanbul’s vibrant streets and historic UNESCO World Heritage sites.

• Visit the Hippodrome, once considered the social center of ancient Constantinople

• Explore the Blue Mosque, named for the blue tiles adorning its interior

• Enter an elaborate underground cistern built by Emperor Justinian I

• Discover the former residence of Ottoman sultans at Topkapi Palace 

• Step inside the Hagia Sophia, which held the title of the world’s largest cathedral for nearly 1,000 years

Canakkale1 night Hotel info

Day 4: Canakkale via Troy

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Set out for Canakkale. Along the way, take a quick ferry ride across the Dardanelles Strait and embark on a guided tour of Troy, the city at the heart of Homer’s “Iliad.”

Ephesus Region2 nights Hotel info

Day 5: Ephesus Region via Pergamon

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Travel south along the Aegean coast to Pergamon. Take a cable car to the top of the Acropolis before continuing on to the Ephesus region, a historic area on Turkey’s west coast.

Day 6: Sightseeing tour of Ephesus

Included meals: Breakfast

Take a guided tour of Ephesus, one of the Mediterranean region’s best-preserved ancient Greek cities.

• Discover the major landmarks of Ephesus: the elaborate Library of Celsus, the Temple of Hadrian and the Great Theatre, which is still in use today

• Travel to the house where the Virgin Mary is said to have spent her final days

Pamukkale2 nights Hotel info

Day 7: Pamukkale via Sirince

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Head inland and stop in the quaint town of Sirince, known for its wine and olive oil, to get a firsthand look at rural village life. Later, arrive in Pamukkale.

Day 8: Sightseeing tour of Pamukkale

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Discover Pamukkale, a popular spa town during the Roman times, on a guided tour.

• Visit Pamukkale’s famous travertines—petrified waterfalls of white stone

• Travel to the nearby city of Hierapolis to see the well-preserved ancient ruins 

Enjoy a free afternoon in Pamukkale or add an excursion.

Optional Excursion - Aphrodisias $25pp* Details

Visit Aphrodisias and marvel at the excavated ruins that bear testimony to an age-old artists' colony. In the late first century B.C., the Roman Empire granted autonomy to the city that honored Aphrodite, goddess of love. Aphrodisias' ancient sculptors created works of stunning beauty out of the glowing marble they found in the nearby mountains, and many of these treasures can still be seen today.

Save $10 when you book this excursion up to 3 days before your tour departs. (On-tour price: $35)

Antalya2 nights Hotel info

Day 9: Sightseeing tour of Antalya

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Travel to Antalya, where a local guide leads you on a tour of the city. 

• Explore the Antalya Museum, an enormous complex with nearly 30,000 antiquities

• Uncover the ruins of Hadrian’s Gate, a remarkably well-preserved triumphal arch

Day 10: Free day in Antalya

Included meals: Breakfast

Spend the day exploring Antalya on your own or add an excursion.

Optional Excursion - Aspendos & Perge $25pp* Details

After the Trojan Wars, some of the victorious Greek forces stayed in Asia Minor and established new towns for Greek colonists. This excursion will take you to Perge, one of the most successful of these new colonies, which prospered under the patronage of Alexander the Great. The ancient remains of this proud city are extensive, and you’ll have a chance to explore the Great Theatre, the ruined Hellenistic Gates, Roman baths and the impressive stadium. Later, visit the Roman theater at Aspendos, a center of classical drama in the first century A.D. Please note: During the summer months, this region can be quite hot. Please bring sunscreen and sturdy footwear.

Save $10 when you book this excursion up to 3 days before your tour departs. (On-tour price: $35)

Cappadocia2 nights Hotel info

Day 11: Cappadocia via Konya

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Cross the Taurus Mountains to visit the mystical center of Konya, the spiritual home of Sufism and the Whirling Dervishes.

• Learn more about the Dervishes on your tour of the Mevlana Museum, which was once their monastery

• Continue on to Cappadocia and its unearthly rock formations

Enjoy a free evening in Cappadocia or add an optional excursion.

Optional Excursion - Whirling Dervishes $39pp* Details

The Sufi Muslim sect known as the Whirling Dervishes was founded in the 13th century by Mevlana Rumi. They were named after their elaborate dance-like ritual, which honors the movement of the Earth. Learn more about this fascinating ancient faith and its modern-day practitioners during this cultural performance.

Save $10 when you book this excursion up to 3 days before your tour departs. (On-tour price: $49)

Day 12: Göreme & Avanos

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Wander through the Göreme Open-Air Museum, comprised of frescoed rock churches dating back to the fourth century. Then, explore the bustling trading center of Pasabag before discovering the distinctive red-clay pottery of Avanos.

Istanbul2 nights Hotel info

Day 13: Flight to Istanbul

Included meals: Breakfast

Spend the morning exploring Cappadocia on your own or add an excursion.

Later, catch an afternoon flight back to Istanbul.

Optional Excursion - Underground City $25pp* Details

Discover the mysterious underground city of Kaymaklı. This guided tour will expose the secrets of this ancient city brimming below the surface. The underground city consists of 8 floors, 4 of which are open to visitors. Built to house hundreds, maybe even thousands, of people, the city's tunnels and underground rooms boast innovations including a church, a stable, wineries, kitchens and a ventilation system, along with living areas.

Save $10 when you book this excursion up to 3 days before your tour departs. (On-tour price: $35)

Day 14: Free day in Istanbul

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Enjoy a free day in Istanbul or add an excursion.

Later, say goodbye to your group at a farewell dinner.

Optional Excursion - Bosphorus Straits Cruise $55pp* Details

Cruise through the Bosphorus Straits, looking out on decadent Ottoman palaces and imposing medieval castles as you journey through the narrow waterway that separates Europe from Asia. On your way, you’ll stop to visit the famous Egyptian bazaar, known as the Spice Market. After returning from your cruise, sit down to a lunch of Turkish specialties. Please note: This excursion is weather dependent. In some cases, dinner will be offered instead of lunch.

Save $10 when you book this excursion up to 3 days before your tour departs. (On-tour price: $65)

Day 15: Departure

Included meals: Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

Transfer to the airport for your flight home or extend your stay in Istanbul.

Add Istanbul $249 pp

Please note: Extension is not available on all departure dates.

The cultural and economic capital of Turkey, Istanbul straddles Europe and Asia—both figuratively and geographically. Once known as Constantinople, this former capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires has long been a bustling and cosmopolitan crossroads. Experience the intersection of East and West at the Byzantine-built Hagia Sofya, the Ottoman-era Blue Mosque and the exotic Topkapi Palace.

Istanbul2 nights Hotel info

Day 15: Free day in Istanbul

Included meals: Breakfast

Enjoy a full free day in Istanbul.

Day 16: Free day in Istanbul

Included meals: Breakfast

Enjoy another free day in Istanbul.

Day 17: Departure

Included meals: Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.

How's the weather?

  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Canakkale, Turkey
  • Ephesus
  • Pamukkale, Turkey
  • Antalya, Turkey
  • Cappadocia, Turkey
Temperature Precipitation
  • JAN
  • FEB
  • MAR
  • APR
  • MAY
  • JUN
  • JUL
  • AUG
  • SEP
  • OCT
  • NOV
  • DEC

Passport & Visa Requirements

In order to enter Turkey, U.S. and Canadian citizens need a valid passport with an expiration date extending at least six months beyond the date of reentry. Effective in 2014, U.S. and Canadian passport holders must obtain an electronic visa through the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website prior to arrival in Turkey. The cost of a visa for entry into Turkey is $20 USD for U.S. citizens and $60 USD for Canadian citizens (payment is subject to change without notice). If you’re not a U.S. or Canadian citizen, you must contact each country’s consulate for your specific entry requirements.

Baggage Allowance

Airlines have varying weight restrictions on luggage. Some airlines may impose additional charges if you choose to check any baggage; be advised that you are responsible for any such costs. Contact your airline for detailed information regarding luggage size and weight restrictions for your flight, but please note that Go Ahead travelers are restricted to one checked bag per person due to storage limitations on motor coaches and other internal transfers, which may include train connections or flights. One carry-on bag is also permitted, provided that it does not exceed 45 total inches (length + width + height). Make sure you label your baggage and carry valuables, medication and documents in your carry-on bag.

Clothing & Packing Tips

To ensure you’re comfortable while out exploring, we recommend packing lightweight, loose-fitting clothing that can be easily layered. For sightseeing, we suggest bringing a sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers, as well as a lightweight sports jacket or rainwear. If you’re planning a visit to a high-end restaurant or performance, you may also want to bring dressier attire. Also, please remember that it’s preferable to avoid showing bare legs or shoulders during visits to churches or other religious sites (entrance may be denied on this basis).

Health

There are no major health risks associated with traveling to Turkey. Especially during the summer months, take proper care for sun exposure. While no vaccinations are required for entry, be sure to check with your doctor or healthcare provider for the latest updates and overseas travel recommendations. Avoid drinking the tap water in Turkey.

Cuisine

Turkish food is invariably fresh and very carefully prepared. Sourdough bread with sheep’s cheese and olives, as well as jam or honey, is typically eaten for breakfast. A midday meal or dinner often starts with a meze, a plate of varied appetizers, such as cheese pastry rolls, pickled vegetables and potato fritters. You’ll also see salads served with dips made of eggplant, beans or red caviar. On the coast, fish is an excellent choice, especially tuna, turbot and sardines. Meat eaters should try lamb kebabs, available in a wide variety of types, each with a different sauce or dressing. The national drink is tea, which comes in various flavors. Turkish coffee is extremely strong and thick. 

Transportation

Round-trip flights arrive in and depart from Istanbul. There’s also an included flight from Cappadocia to Istanbul. All other included transportation is by private motor coach. In your free time, you may wish to explore the main cities by public transportation. Istanbul has an extensive—and remarkably inexpensive—transport system of bus, tram, train and metro lines. Purchase all-inclusive passes for the best deal and try to avoid peak periods of travel, when walking is probably your best bet. 

Electricity

Turkey operates on the European standard 220 volts.

Time Zones

Turkey is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and seven hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time (EST). When it’s noon in New York, it’s 7pm in Istanbul.

Currency

The Turkish lira is the currency you’ll be using on your tour. Better rates of exchange are usually available in Turkey, although it’s worth ordering some currency from your local bank to use when you first arrive. We advise that you take credit cards and dollar bills in small denominations. We suggest informing your bank and credit card company of your travel plans, so they don’t confuse your international purchases for fraudulent charges. Exchange small amounts of Turkish lira at one time in order to compensate for inflation. 

Tipping

At the conclusion of your tour, it’s customary to offer your Tour Director and driver a gratuity. We recommend tipping in your tour country’s currency, the equivalency of $3USD/CAD per person per day for your driver and $6USD/CAD to $9USD/CAD per person per day for your Tour Director. If applicable, we also recommend the equivalency of $2USD/CAD per local guide. Tips can only be paid in cash. Please keep current local currency exchange rates in mind when tipping.

Shopping on Tour

Please note that some excursions may include a stop at a market or specialty store. Go Ahead Tours has no relationship with these vendors and encourages you to research specialty items you’re interested in purchasing abroad before you leave to ensure you receive the best quality.

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5 / 5

Traveled On: 12/5/2014

Number of Past Tours: 2

From: PR

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Excelent guide

Excelent tours

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 12/3/2014

Number of Past Tours: 3

From: MN

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Great Tour

My wife and thoroughly enjoyed our tour of Turkey. All aspects of the tour provided rewarding experiences. Our group of 10 fellow travelers was a convivial one, and included 7 teachers of various disciplines. The tour director was first-rate, very knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. He provided considerable background information about all historical sites visited, and explained many of the customs and cultural aspects of Turkey's citizens. The December time period worked well, as the weather was mostly moderately cool and dry, and tourists were fewer than other times of the year. Overall, we highly recommend this tour.

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5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 11/21/2014

Number of Past Tours: 2

From: ON

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Grand tour of Turkey

It was a great experience we really enjoyed. We normally search, plan and travel our self but Turkey was not easy to do it ourselves. The total cost was very reasonable. We also luck to have a small group of 18 travelers so the movements was easy with no waist of time. Traveling itinerary was much less strenuous than group tour we experienced

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 10/10/2014

Number of Past Tours: 2

From: CT

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

2nd Fantastic GoAhead Experience

I heard about GoAhead Tours from a colleague on a service trip to Cuba in January. We were so impressed with the recommendation that we booked our first tour…destination Peru. What a fantastic travel experience that was. What made the trip so memorable were our travelling companions and most importantly our guide Reberto. As our tour progressed, we heard over and over again about the extraordinary trip to Turkey that GoAhead offered. Some of our travelling companions suggested going on a trip for which Mehmet would be the Tour Director. Roberto concurred that while he had never met Mehmet, he had heard that Mehmet makes Turkey come alive. We booked the tour and Mehmet fulfilled our expectations. Turkey, rich with history has an energetic and engaged culture mixing eastern and western traditions, which came alive with the engaging personality of Mehmet who is fervently rooted in his culture and more than willing to share it with others. His numerous daily lectures were exceptional, giving us a much better understanding of Turkey. We look forward to our next GoAhead Tour!

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5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 9/19/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: FL

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Awesome Tour Director!!!

We were ALL very impressed with our tour director Selcuk, what a wonderful person all around. Very knowledgeable, great sense of humor, very caring, great attitude, great disposition. Always with a smile on his face no matter what! He even learn Spanish with some of us! Our driver was a very nice guy too, very polite and very helpful. Thank you Go Ahead tours for great planning and choosing great people to take care of us!!! We always felt very safe and very comfortable! Selcuk's passion and enthusiasm made our learning experience even more exciting! He is a wonderful teacher! He should trained future tour directors!!!

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 9/19/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: FL

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

A Lifetime Trip!!! Thank you!!!!

I really wanted to take some time to review Go Ahead Tours. What an INCREDIBLE trip. I have traveled around the world, not just by myself but with a couple of different tour companies. I must say that GO AHEAD definitely exceeded my expectations. What a lovely trip. Most of the hotels were five stars, while I was imagining low budget hotels. The food was fantastic. Of course, Turkey is well known for its fantastic food. On the other hand, our Tour Director Selcuk has BEYOND AMAZING. His knowledge, his impeccable English, his wonderful patience and friendship made of this trip a unique experience. I must say he never lost his temper. He always greeted everyone with a smile. He was extremely polite. He did not hesitate to get up at three in the morning to say good bye to his tour travelers. So far, I have recommended Go Ahead to my friends all over the world. Some have chosen already Egypt, Turkey and I am actually considering India. Thank you guys for such an unforgetable experience! I left my heart in Turkey! Gina

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2 / 5

Traveled On: 9/26/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: PA

Tour Director: 3 / 5

Tour Value: 3 / 5

Good tour

The tour guide was knowledgeable, but spent a bit too much time on Islam. I did not go on the tour to learn about Islam and that was not something to which I wanted to listen. The hotels started out being HOT, but I think that is because they turned off the air this time of year, thinking they would not need it. The food was not great, but I think it is a matter of taste. Go Ahead does a good job and I will probably book through them again, but I doubt that I will go with them to a HOT climate in the summer months. I just don't trust the hotels to be able to provide cool rooms in which to rest. The first three nights I was on the tour, I did not sleep at all due to the inordinate heat in the rooms.

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Hello Paula, As an education-based company, we encourage our tour directors to give our travelers as much information as possible about the history and the culture of the destinations they are visiting. We understand that every traveler has a unique perspective, and we apologize if the tour director didn’t quite meet your expectations. We are glad to hear you had a positive experience overall, and we would be thrilled to welcome you back on another Go Ahead tour in the future!

Posted by Daniela, Director of Quality Control | October 29, 2014

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4 / 5

Traveled On: 5/23/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: TN

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 4 / 5

Excellent introduction to Turkey's ancient and modern cultural riches

This tour is an excellent way to visit multiple sites significant to ancient and early medieval history, and to get an overview of contemporary Turkey and its current and historical place in world culture. The pace is quick but not unreasonable, and the logistics of travel were smoothly handled. Mehmet, our tour guide, did an excellent job of planning so that we never met with huge crowds of other tourists and so were able to enjoy the sites much more fully. His lectures, both on the bus as we were driving from one destination to another and at the sites, were engaging and informative; his depth of knowledge, particularly about various ancient ruins, is excellent. In a couple of places I was disappointed that we weren't given more free time to explore on our own--perhaps sometimes because he lectured a bit too long when we could have been viewing more of the site--but I also understand that he was bound to a time schedule so as to provide the excellent logistical maneuvering I refer to above, and I did learn immensely from his comments. The accommodations generally were fine, although the Hotel Akol in Cannukale was rather grim. (I understand that this hotel has been removed from the itinerary based on our group's experience there.) The Lycos River resort in Pammukale has a lovely hot mineral bath, swimming pool, and other spa amenities that we enjoyed.Food was usually served buffet-style but was often very good, and there was plenty of it. Many of the hotels provide complimentary bottled water since they recommend that tourists not drink the tap water, but we did end up purchasing quite a bit on our own as well. A small inconvenience given the amazing sites we visited! There are several long bus rides in the course of the tour, but our driver, Sinan, did an excellent job of conveying us safely and efficiently to our destinations. I'm amazed by his skill in maneuvering the gigantic tour bus through shockingly narrow spaces. We made plenty of rest stops and ate at several excellent restaurants on the road that Mehmet arranged for us to visit. He frequently provided opportunities to sample local cuisine--he even stopped at a local candy shop in one town to get some particularly good halva for us to try. I most enjoyed the visits to the small villages in the areas surrounding some of the sites--Sirence especially is not to be missed--and the Aphrodisias excursion, along with the amazing sights in the Cappadocia region. (Bring some sturdy shoes for these--there is some light-to-moderate hiking required to get the most out of these sites.) Overall, this tour makes it possible to visit numerous sites in a single trip in a way that would not be easily possible on one's own. Now that we've gotten the overview, we'd like to return to specific places for more in-depth exploration. I would definitely recommend it as an introduction to a fascinating area of the world. The Turkish people are very welcoming and helpful and proved to be excellent hosts to us as we visited their country (showing remarkable patience and good will even during the seemingly inevitable "ugly American" moments that occasionally arose).

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 11/1/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: NY

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Tour to last a lifetime!

This tour was an exceptional way to experience one of the world’s most beautiful, significant, and fascinating countries. The description does not begin to capture the richness of this experience. It is a carefully planned, multi-layered. and locally authentic itinerary that encourages a lasting appreciation of Turkey’s immensely long history, rich culture, unique geology, Mediterranean climate and coastline, agriculture, and marvelous skilled heritage in an array of handicrafts. One gains a new understanding of the significance of its location and why, for much of human history, this was the optimal situation for the development of advanced civilization and culture. Selcuk, the Tour Director, was well-prepared, well-organized, and efficient, along with being knowledgeable, entertaining, engaging and accommodating--a key reason why this tour was so successful. The tour’s driver, Sinan, was first-rate. My first morning back, I was describing the tour to our neighborhood sidewalk vendor, who happens to be a Turkish ex-pat. As we filled my bag with Persian cucumbers, pomegranates, figs and apricots, and persimmons--foods that were fresh and abundant in Turkey and that I was already missing--he listened intently, commenting that few tours stop at Konya, which he regarded as one of the most important sites in the country. I responded that, while it was indeed thrilling to visit Konya, to me it was only one of a continuum of new learnings and marvelous new exposures. In fact, on that very day, I stopped at our local Turkish restaurant for doner, visited the Turkish galleries at the Met, and then picked up ingredients for a meze dish (or two). For me, this will be a trip that keeps on giving.

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 10/4/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: CA

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

An Awesome Journey!

With a fantastic, personable,and knowledgeable Tour Director, our journey through Turkey was unlike any country I had visited in Europe or in Asia. We were introduced to a wealth of history, the wealth of mother earth, diversity not only in their culture, but in the resources of the land, and growing and developing into contemporary society despite their huge population. I learned so much! Thank you for this opportunity.

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