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1. DAY
Arrive in Antalya and over night stay in Antalya. (D)

2. DAY
Today we shall visit Aspendos and Perge. (Aspendos was founded by the Hittites, but it was Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD) who ordered its great theater to be built. Still used for performances today, the theater really allows you to imagine what it was like to attend a dramatic performance in Roman times; Perge is in the city limits of Aksu Bucagi. Because of its location on the Cilicia - Pisidia road, it was a vital part of the province of Pamphylia, and was founded around the same time as the other cities in the area (7th century BC). It was an important city for Christians of Perge who had worshipped the mother goddess Artemis. St. Paul and Barnabas visited the city and wealthy benefactors like Magna Plancia had a number of important memorials built here.) After visiting these historical places which are alive witness of the history, drive to Antalya museum. (The museum at first operated in the Alâeddin Mosque in 1922, then in Yivli Mosque beginning from 1937, and then moved to its present building in 1972. It was closed to visitors for a wide range of modifications and restorations in 1982. It was reorganized according to a modern approach for a museum and opened to the public in April 1985, after the restorations and display arrangements made by the General Directorate of Ancient Objects and Museums.) Overnight stay in Antalya. (B,L,D).
3. DAY After breakfast, we’ll drive to Fethiye via Demre (Myra). (Myra features some of the most impressive and well preserved Lycian monuments in the country. These include an excellent collection of rock tombs and an imposing 2nd century theater.) then visit St. Nicholas church, (St. Nicholas, born in 245 A.D. in Patara near Fethiye (known variously as St.Nicholas, Father Christmas, Santa Claus, Heilige Nikolaus and Pere Noel) died in 326 A.D., having spent his life in Anatolia.) Over night stay in Fethiye. (B,L,D).

4. DAY
Today, We’ll visit Dalyan. (Dalyan is just a short journey by riverboat to the famous Iztuzu Beach, where the Loggerhead Turtles return each year to breed. Its unique location in the middle of the conservation area alongside the meandering Dalyan River make Dalyan very popular with bird watchers and naturalists.) After a short walking tour we‘ll be back to our bus and drive to Kusadasi. Over night stay in. (B,L,D).

5. DAY
We’ll explore one of the famous historical site, Ephesus to see to see ruins such as agora concert hall, library, theatre and more.. after Ephesus, we shall visit St. John Basilica. ( It is located on the left side of the Selcuk town entrance." It is believed that the evangelist St. John had spent his last years in the region around Ephesus and buried in the southern slope of Ayosolug Hill. Three hundred years after the death of Saint Paul , a small chapel was constructed over the grave in the 4th century. The church was changed into a marvelous basilica during the region of Emperor Justinlan ( 527 -565 AD).) Over night stay in Izmir. (B,L,D).

6. DAY

Today we’ll visit Pergamum. Visit Acropol and Akslepion. (Ancient Pergamum (or Pergamon) was renowned in Hellenic and Roman times for its great library and as the medical center where Galen laid the foundation for medical practice.) at the end of the tour transfer to the Izmir ADB airport for flight to….. or optional accommodation in Kusadasi.


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