- All breakfasts
- All accommodation (see below)
- All transport and listed activities
- Tour leader throughout
- Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
- Arrival & departure transfers
All hotels are included on a bed and breakfast basis. All other main meals are not included, and we suggest you allow about £300 to cover them, add more if you include alcoholic or expensive fruit juice drinks with each meal. Your group leader will normally assist in organising group meals at most stops so that you may benefit from better choice and prices. Lunches are normally taken in local restaurants, known as lokantas, or organised as a picnic, and evening meals in lokantas in each town or village; such eating places are widespread throughout Turkey, and the variety, price range and choice is usually quite extensive, but obviously less so in some of the smaller towns in Central Anatolia.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip? I loved walking the streets of Ephesus - that was amazing! Turkey has so much to offer - and I was so pleasantly surprised with the well preserved ruins (eg. Ephesus, the Caravanserai, A…Read More
The best place to shop in Istanbul is the Grand Bazaar (one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world) where you can get antiques, rugs, jewellery, leather goods, ceramics and lots of souvenirs. Highly recommended is a visit to the Spice Bazaar as well. Its the best place to buy spices, dried fruits, nuts and seeds, lokum (Turkish Delight) and many other goods. There is an amazing atmosphere and it's one of the world’s most exciting shopping experiences!
Joanna Zubr - Customer Operations