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Classical Turkey & the Greek Islands

Trip Length

Trip Code

21 days PETG

Maximum Passengers

15 people

Countries Visited

Greece, Turkey

Start City

End City

Istanbul Athens
Classical Turkey & the Greek Islands

Combine Turkey’s surreal landscapes and poignant ANZAC battlefields with an island hopping adventure across the Greek Aegean Sea. This is a wonderful Mediterranean mix of antiquity, culture and some of the best cuisine you’ve ever tasted!

Classical Turkey & the Greek Islands

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1: Istanbul

Accommodation: Ayasultan Hotel or similar, Istanbul

If arriving at Istanbul Atakurk airport (IST) you will be met and transferred to your starting hotel. If arriving at Sabiha Gokcen Airport (SAW) airport please make your own way to the hotel (unless you have booked a transfer). As today is an arrival day, there is no formal sightseeing planned. Istanbul is one of the great cities of the world, with a history spanning thousands of years. It has been through several incarnations, firstly as Byzantium, then Constantinople and finally Istanbul. The city today is bustling and its streets are crowded with locals busily going about their daily lives. If you arrive early enough, you can wander and absorb the vibrancy of this exciting city that links Europe and Asia. In the evening there will be a Welcome Meeting (please check noticeboard for exact time) held in the hotel, where you will meet your tour leader and fellow travel companions.

Day 2: Istanbul - Cappadocia

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Royal Hotel or similar, Cappadocia

This morning our guide introduces us to the treasure-trove of the historic old town. We visit the iconic 17th century Blue Mosque, built for Sultan Ahmet I and a unique piece of architecture because of its six minarets, rather than the usual four found across the rest of the Muslim world. Another striking feature is its 20,000 beautiful Iznik tiles. The ancient Hippodrome with Obelisk of Theodosius, Snake Pillar and German Fountain of Wilhelm II are also visited. A free afternoon enables us to further explore this fascinating city. In the late afternoon we drive to the airport for our flight to Cappadocia. Upon arrival we drive into the heart of Cappadocia where we are based for the next three nights.

Day 3: Cappadocia

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Royal Hotel or similar, Cappadocia

This morning we visit the Göreme Open Air museum: The people of Göreme, at the heart of the Cappadocia Region, realised that the soft rocks of the area could be easily carved out to form houses, churches, monasteries. This Christian sanctuary contains many examples of Byzantine art from the post-iconoclastic period. These frescoes are a unique artistic achievement from the 10th - 12th centuries. There are several fascinating Byzantine cave chapels to explore, most of them decorated with exquisite and colourful biblical frescoes. In the afternoon we discover the local handcraft of the region and visit a carpet workshop were we will be fascinated by the beauty of the carpets, a tradition that reveals the nomadic origins of the Turkish people. Later in the afternoon we embark on a short walk through the fascinating 'Love Valley' before heading back to our hotel. There is the option of enjoying a traditional Turkish bath to unwind from the day's activities.

Day 4: Cappadocia

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Royal Hotel or similar, Cappadocia

After a relaxing breakfast we take a walk toward Kizilcukur (Red Valley), where its magnificently sculptured, red rock formations have created arguably the most beautiful valley in Cappadocia. Small valleys, cones, peaks and fairy chimneys blend harmoniously with fascinating cave chapels that date back to the early Christian period. In the afternoon we drive to the unique Pasabaglari Valley, where multiple fairy chimneys hewn from the earth and shaped by centuries of erosion lend a moon-like landscape and atmosphere to the valley. A chapel dedicated to St. Simeon and a hermit's shelter are built into one of the fairy chimneys, which appears to have three heads! We walk today for a total of about three hours. In the afternoon we will take the opportunity to discover the local handcraft of pottery. Returning to Goreme, we have a night at leisure. We may have an opportunity to attend a folk dance show or witness an original Whirling Dervish 'Sema' performance.

Day 5: Cappadocia - Konya

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Bera Mevlana or similar, Konya

For early birds, there is the possibility of rising before dawn to take an awe-inspiring optional hot-air balloon ride over the 'other-worldly' Cappadocia landscape and witness an amazing sunrise in the process. For those preferring a more leisurely start to the day, one can relax over breakfast before we regroup and leave the fairytale landscapes of Cappadocia behind and driving to the incredible underground city of Derinkuyu, with some dwellings containing rooms expanding seven levels beneath ground level! We then continue to the village of Belisirma in the Ihlara Valley on the slopes of Mount Hasan, one of the volcanos responsible for the forming of Cappadocia. From here we embark on a wonderful walk along the Melendiz River and experience traditional village life, as we walk through the beautiful Ihlara Valley to Ihlara village. There are dozens of fascinating Byzantine cave chapels to explore along the way and most of them are decorated with exquisite biblical frescoes. We then leave the area of Cappadocia behind and drive to Konya, our stop for the night. Please note that Konya is a very religious town, so it is best that we dress conservatively during our time here.

Day 6: Konya - Pamukkale

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Tripolis or similar, Pamukkale

After breakfast this morning we drive to Pamukkale, also known as 'Cotton Castle' and a truly unique sight. This magical and spectacular natural phenomenon was created by deposits from thermal waters that cascaded down the mountainside over hundreds of years, forming a myriad of pools and terraces. As the water overflows from the pools, dazzling cream-coloured stalactites are formed that, from afar, resemble cotton or snow. The pools are filled with hot spring waters that supposedly have healing properties for a person's circulation and digestive systems. Close to Pamukkale are the ruins of Hierapolis, which was founded by the King of Pergamon in 190 BC and by the 2nd Century AD it had become an important Roman bath centre. The extensive ruins of Hierapolis are well worth exploring and include a theatre, temple, holy area, monumental fountain, bath, basilica and necropolis. We spend our night in a hotel in Pamukkale.

Day 7: Pamukkale - Ephesus - Selçuk

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Hitit Hotel or similar, Selcuk

After breakfast we make an early start for a drive of about four hours to Selçuk, which is our base for visiting Ephesus - one of the best-preserved classical cities in the eastern Mediterranean and a great example of Roman architecture. We drive to Ephesus, possibly the greatest Greco-Roman site in the world and definitely a highlight of your trip! Always an important religious centre, Ephesus was founded by Ionian Greeks in the 11th Century BC and flourished under Roman rule. The Greeks replaced the cult of the Anatolian fertility goddess Cybele with Artemis and built a fabulous temple in her honour. With the arrival of the Romans, it became the Temple of Diana and was one of the original seven wonders of the ancient world. We visit the vast amphitheatre, walk the marble street once trodden by Cleopatra and Mark Antony, and marvel at the gymnasium, baths and wonderfully restored Library of Celsus. An orientation tour familiarises us with Selçuk, a sprawling town lying at the base of the ancient fortress on Ayasoluk Hill. Those who wish can take an option visit to the last home of the Virgin Mary, who as legend states came here accompanied by St John and lived out her days in this beautiful spot. We spend the night in a hotel in Selçuk and have a chance to reflect and fully comprehend the history and splendour of our days discoveries.

Day 8: Selçuk - Çanakkale

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Boğaz or similar, Canakkale

Early this morning, after breakfast we begin the drive to Çanakkale, located on the shores of the Dardanelles, which connects the Sea of Marmara to the Aegean Sea and touches both Europe (with the Gelibolu Peninsula) and Asia (with the Biga Peninsula). On the way, we visit an important historical site near Çanakkale - Troy. Troy (Truva) was a city that existed over 4.000 years ago and was known as a major ancient civilization. For many years people believed that it was the city mentioned only in the tales and never truly existed, as the area had become known as Ilium, or New Ilium. Archaeological digs subsequently proved that there had been nine separate periods of settlement. (3000 BC-AD 400) on what became accepted as the site of ancient Troy. Each successive period of habitation lies on top of its former incarnation. Here we can see the remnants of the ancient city walls in addition to a replica of the famous wooden horse. Historians are still at odds as to whether or not this fable or indeed the battle itself is stuff of lore or reality. Arriving in Çanakkale where we have the remainder of the day free to wander around this vibrant waterfront town and perhaps view the Trojan horse used and subsequently gifted to the city by the producers of the movie Troy filmed in 2004.

Day 9: Çanakkale - Gallipoli - Istanbul

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Ayasultan Hotel or similar, Istanbul

We cross the Dardanelles and return to 'Europe,' and visit the Gallipoli Peninsula - a place of enormous significance to Australians and New Zealanders. Located at Turkey's most westerly point this area is now serene, but the role it played in April 1915 during the First World War is now firmly etched on the psyche of the New Zealand and Australian nations. We visit the beach and cemeteries of Anzac Cove, then head up the hill to pay homage at the poignant memorials of Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair. The latter the highest ground secured in the campaign on the 8th of August, 1915 (by New Zealand and British troops) before being beaten back due to lack of reinforcement. From the Ataturk Memorial at this spot we can view the Allied troops goal - the Dardenelles. We can look down upon the rough and barren hills and gulleys that became the graveyard for so many thousands of young men from both sides. Around this area we can find remnants of trenches used by the Turkish soldiers. After touring the former battlefields we head back to where our adventure began - Istanbul. We will arrive back in Istanbul in the late afternoon or early evening and the remainder of the evening is free.

Day 10: Istanbul - Athens

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 dinner

Accommodation: Hotel Hermes or similar, Athens

Today we have a leisurely last morning in Istanbul before transferring to the airport for our onward flight to Athens. On arrival in Athens we will be transferred to our centrally located Athens hotel. After settling into the hotel, we can enjoy some free time before a welcome meeting with our Greece tour leader. This meeting will be held at approximately 6pm at the hotel (check the hotel notice board for exact time). This evening we will enjoy a group dinner together at a local restaurant in Athens.

Day 11: Athens - Crete

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Halepa hotel or similar, Chania (Crete)

This morning we transfer to the airport and take a short flight to the island of Crete, the largest and most southerly of the Greek islands. Upon arrival we transfer to Hania (Chania), our base for the next three nights. Our 'feature stay' hotel is located on the outskirts of the town in the quieter area of Halepa. Built in the 1800s by a wealthy merchant, it was designed in neoclassical style. During the period of Cretan democracy it was used as the British Embassy and many significant treaties were signed here. After settling into our hotel, we walk into the old town and discover what makes Hania so special and why it has been called 'the jewel of Crete'. One of the first structures we stop at is the agora (or municipal market) which is the centre of town. Today the building shelters a number of specialty shops that sell local handicrafts and produce. We pass a number of historical churches including the Catholic Church of the Isodion and the Agios Fragiskos Church (now home to the archaeological museum). Strolling on we discover the remains of a Venetian monastery and wander through the charming Old Harbour area, with its two Venetian shipyards and Great Arsenal building. The old Venetian lighthouse stands tall over the port and was reconstructed during Turkish rule, to include a minaret. Heading deep into the narrow cobblestone alleys of the Venetian town we discover a range of Venetian and Turkish architecture including impressive facades in old mansions in the once aristocratic area, many of which have been converted to guesthouses. You may wish to visit one of Hania's many great museums, go souvenir shopping at the Agora or perhaps sit back in one of the many portside cafes and absorb the colourful atmosphere of this lovely town. In the afternoon, we will drive to the traditional village of Vamos, renowned for its rich cultural heritage. We'll have a short stroll around the historical centre or the old neighbourhood with its traditional old houses, old ruins, ancient stone roads and secret nooks. Perhaps enjoy a local taverna dinner with fellow group members to complete our colourful day.

Day 12: Agia Irini – Sougia - Hania

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Halepa hotel or similar, Chania (Crete)

We leave the hotel early this morning for the one and half hour drive to the beautiful hill village of Agia Irini (600m) in the east. From the village we start our walk through the Agia Irini Gorge, where we encounter dramatic and varied landscapes from spectacular mountains to dense forests, all the way to the beautiful coastline. We walk on rocky riverbeds, along the steep sides of mountains and through rich vegetation of trachea pine, Mediterranean cypress, beech, carob tree and kermes oak. In the rocks a number herb varieties can be found including the healing Greek herb, Dittany (Dictamo), used for the relief of stomach pain and arthritis. The aromas from the native wildflowers and herbs fill the air. A variety of interesting fauna lives in the gorge including the endangered bearded vulture, partridge, Bonelli's eagle and golden eagle. If we're lucky we may even catch a glimpse of the Kri-kri goat (or Cretan ibex), now found only on Crete and three smaller neighbouring islands. The Kri-kri was thought to have been worshipped on Crete during antiquity - a theory supported by the excavation of several wall paintings depicting the animal. Our rewarding walk concludes with our arrival in the small coastal village of Sougia, on the southern side of Crete. This is a great place to relax after our day's walk and we can enjoy a swim as well as an optional lunch and refreshing drink in one of the traditional seaside tavernas. At end of the day we enjoy a picturesque two-hour drive back to Hania. (Total Walking: 12km / 4 -5 hours)

Day 13: Crete (free day)

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Halepa hotel or similar, Chania (Crete)

Today is a free day in Crete. There are plenty of things to see and do. For those wishing to embark on another great walk on the island, there's the chance to join an optional excursion to hike the famous Samaria Gorge. This walk is 17 kilometres long and, depending on fitness levels. takes between 4.5 to 6 hours to complete (refer to 'optional excursions' section). Alternatively you may wish to relax on one of Hania's city beaches – Nea Hora is a sandy beach west of the Venetian walls and is decked out with sun beds and is close to restaurants. If you walk to the west of this beach you will come across quieter beaches. Another option is to take a local bus to Elafonissi Lagoon on the west coast. Elafonissi is considered Crete's prettiest beach and a daily bus leaves from Hania in the morning and returns in the late afternoon. There is also the possibility of taking an optional guided excursion to the ruins of Knossos, once the capital of Minoan Crete (refer to 'optional excursions'). Alternatively you may wish to spend your day experiencing more of the wonderful township of Hania. Your leader will be able to assist you with all the options available on your free day.

Day 14: Crete - Santorini

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Finikia hotel or similar, Santorini

Today we farewell Crete and travel to spectacular Santorini, the southernmost island in the Cyclades group. We leave our hotel in Hania early for the two-hour drive to the port city of Iraklio. From here we board our ferry for the trip across the Sea of Crete to Santorini. This is a great way to travel between the islands and the journey takes approximately two hours. Upon arrival in the capital, Fira, we are met and transferred to our hotel in Oia (pronounced 'Ia'). Oia was built on a steep slope of Santorini's incredible caldera and is a quieter part of the island compared to Fira. We enjoy a free afternoon to absorb this veritable paradise. Your leader will be able to offer suggestions on what to see and do. In the late afternoon we rejoin as a group and head into the gorgeous town of Oia to view its world-famous sunset, which has been immortalised in many photos and works of art. This evening we have the option of dining together in one of the lovely tavernas in Oia and enjoying sumptuous seafood and other local cuisine against the truly spectacular backdrop.

Day 15: Santorini

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Finikia hotel or similar, Santorini

In the morning we embark on a walk along Santorini’s legendary caldera. The island that we see today is what remains from a huge volcanic explosion which destroyed the early settlements and created a geographical caldera. This caldera offers spectacular natural beauty and is what makes Santorini such a special place. Our walk begins from Oia and we walk along the north-western rim of the caldera, passing steep cliff faces and experiencing breathtaking views along the way. Our walk comes to an end in the town of Thira where we visit the fascinating Prehistoric Museum of Thira and learn more about the incredible history of this unique island, as well as see masterpieces from the prehistoric Aegean age including important wall paintings. The rest of the afternoon is free and you may wish to visit one of the island’s wineries. The vines here are cultivated in a very unusual way with the plants being pruned to form a low basket shape that sits on top of the volcanic soil, with the basket shape protecting the grapes from strong winds. The Santos Winery, a co-operative and the largest winery on the island, offers tours as well as wine tasting. This winery is idyllically located with marvellous views over the island and the sea - a lovely place to sit and enjoy a glass of wine! (Walking time: approximately 2.5 - 3 hours)

Day 16: Santorini (free day)

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Finikia hotel or similar, Santorini

Today is a free day in Santorini. There is a lot to do on the island and your tour leader will be on hand to offer suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to visit one of the island's wineries or take a boat ride to Volcano Island or perhaps you'd prefer to simply unwind and relax on the beach.

Day 17: Santorini - Mykonos

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Vienoulas Garden Hotel or similar, Mykonos

This morning we transport to Santorini's port and board our ferry bound for the island of Mykonos. Mykonos, considered the most glamorous and cosmopolitan of the Cycladic islands, still holds on to its old-world charm and many locals maintain their peaceful island existence amongst the many foreigners who grace their shores. Upon arrival in Mykonos, we transfer to the region of Vryssi, on the western side of the island which is the location of our hotel. This afternoon we embark on a walking tour of the Mykonos's charming Old Town, a captivating labyrinth of stone-paved laneways, traditional whitewashed houses and windmills. This evening is free to step out into the lively Mykonos street scene and dine in one of the many tavern's and restaurants on offer. Your tour leader will be available to offer suggestions on the best places to try.

Day 18: Mykonos - Delos - Mykonos

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Vienoulas Garden Hotel or similar, Mykonos

Today we embark on an excursion to the island of Delos, a short boat trip from Mykonos. Delos has a vast and interesting history and it is one of the most important sites of archaeology in Greece and new discoveries of ancients finds are still made from time to time. Considered a sacred place, it's acclaimed as the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis and it was inhabited since round 3000 BC. The earliest shrines and temples started to be built around the 8th century BC. By the 5th century BC, the Athenians took control of Delos making it the location of the treasury. During the Hellenistic era, the island was one of Greece's most important religious and commercial hubs, attracting the wealthy from all over who contributed to the island's many temples and shrine. When the Romans set their sights on the island in 167 BC it become a free trading port and home to a flourishing slave trade market, with thousands of slaves being traded daily. We explore the site in-depth and gain an insight into this sacred island's intriguing history. In the afternoon, we take a return ferry back to Mykonos, for another night on this lively island.

Day 19: Mykonos (free day)

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Vienoulas Garden Hotel or similar, Mykonos

Today is a free day in Mykonos to allow you to make your own discoveries. You may wish to take an optional boat trip along the coast to experience beautiful of Mykonos from the sea. Your tour leader will be able to assist you with booking this.

Day 20: Mykonos - Athens

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Hotel Hermes or similar, Athens

After a leisurely morning, we and transfer to the Mykonos port for our ferry across the Aegean back to Athens. Upon arrival at Pireaus port, we transfer to our centrally located hotel in Athens. The remainder of the day is free. As tonight is our last evening together, we might like come together for a final dinner. Our leader will be able to offer suggestions on the best places in Athens to dine.

Day 21: End Athens

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Our tour comes to an end after breakfast this morning. Additional nights' accommodation can be booked in Athens, or alternatively if you are flying out today you may wish to book a departure transfer to take you to the airport - enquire at time of booking.

Your Trip

What to know

This trip can be enjoyed by just about anyone with a reasonable level of fitness. The flight between Istanbul and Athens is unescorted.

What's Included

• The services of Peregrine's expert English-speaking local tour leaders in both countries.

• Flights from Istanbul to Cappadocia, Istanbul to Athens and Athens to Crete.

• Sightseeing (including entrance fees where relevant): Istanbul, underground city of Derinkuyu,Göreme Open Air museum, Mevlana Museum, Ihlara Valley, Pamukkale and Hierapolis, Ephesus,Troy and Prehistoric Museum of Thira.

• Visit to the battlefields of the Gallipoli Peninsula.

• Walks in Cappadocia’s ‘Love Valley’ and Ihlara Valley; in Agia Irini Gorge on Crete; and along Santorini’s legendary caldera.

• 3 nights 'Feature Stay' in Hania in an 1800s-built hotel formerly used as a British Embassy.

• Boat excursion to Delos Island’s archeological site.

• Ferry transport between Crete, Santorini, Mykonos and Athens.

• Arrival transfer (from Istanbul's Ataturk airport).

Summary of accommodation, transport & meals





For meals not included you should allow between €20-€25 for a full menu including house wine; with €5 you can buy a packed lunch, with €10-15 will buy you a simple lunch in a restaurant. In addition you should allow for drinks and any personal shopping.

Not Included

International flights (outside of the tour program), departure taxes, visas, travel insurance (compulsory on all trips), meals (where not listed, as included in the itinerary), drinks, optional additional tours or activities during free time, tips and items of a personal nature.

Optional Extras

We have chosen some great optional activities to enhance your travel experience. You will need to cover any additional costs yourself. For group trips, speak to your leader if you are interested in any of the following:

What to know


Vaccinations may be required for this trip. Please talk to your doctor about the up-to-date information for this region.  We're travel experts, not doctors and defer to the medicos when it comes to inoculations.

Visas and Permits

Please ensure that you have all required visas for your trip – this is your responsibility. Rules and regulations governing the issuance of visas are constantly changing, and vary for different nationalities and you should check visa requirements with your travel agent or relevant consular authority well before travel.

A visa is not required for Greece for a stay of 3 months or less for Australians, Americans, Canadians and British. All other nationalities should check their visa requirements with the relevant consulate.


Australians, Americans, British and Canadians require a visa for Turkey. New Zealanders do not currently require a visa for Turkey. For all other nationalities, please reconfirm your visa requirements with your travel agent of the nearest Turkish Consulate or Embassy.

Please note that the process for obtaining a visa for Turkey is due to change on 10 April, 2014.

For travellers due to arrive in Turkey on or before 9 April, 2014, the following will apply:

Both Single and Multiple entry visas are available on arrival and are payable in cash in either US dollars, Euros, or Pounds Sterling in exact change (travellers’ cheques and credit cards are not accepted).

At the time of writing, the cost of a single-entry visa is EUR 45 or US$60 for Australians and Canadians and EUR 15, $20 or GBP 10 for British and US Citizens. Please note that these amounts may change without notice.

For travellers due to arrive in Turkey on or after 10 April, 2014, the following will apply:

Visas will no longer be available to obtain on arrival; an e-visa must be obtained before you go. Please go to for all the information you need to obtain an e-visa.


You are required to have travel insurance before heading off on a Peregrine trip. Insurance can be organised by your Peregrine representative or your travel agent.

Responsible Travel

Our Responsible Travel ethos is at the heart of everything we do, from getting the basics right like respecting local cultures and the environment, to initiating projects that make positive contributions to communities, to our staff’s fundraising efforts and offsetting our carbon emissions.
Please visit our Responsible Travel ( page for more information.

Customs and Culture

Our Pre Departure Information or Travel Dossier (provided upon booking a trip) provides tips on how you can show respect for the local customs and culture in the country you are travelling in. Your leader will also help steer you though the complexities of local cultural norms.

Pre Departure Information
The information listed above is a brief description of some things you may need to consider when booking a trip. Once a tour is booked you will be provided with a link to your Travel Dossier which will contain detailed Pre Departure information.

Further Reading


Lonely Planet Greece The Odyssey – Homer Zorba the Greek – Nikos Kazantzakis


"Istanbul - The Imperial City" - J. Freely

"A Fez of the Heart" - J. Seal

"Midnight Express" - B. Hayes

"Birds without Wings" - Louis de Bernières

"A Traveller's History of Turkey" - Richard Stoneman. A comprehensive history of the country from the Paleolithic to the present. This ambitious book is a well written and accessible overview of Turkish history, necessarily superficial. Read it as an introduction and guide to further study.

"Turkish Reflections - A Biography of a Place" - Mary Lee Settle. A cross-country odyssey from the Aegean shores to the Bosporus and interior by an author and poet who lived in Bodrum 20 years before. Settle's captivating travelogue is a richly detailed portrait of contemporary Turkey, its people, monasteries, myths, archaeological treasures and living traditions.

"Travellers' Tales Turkey" - James Villers. An engaging, insightful and entertaining selection of eyewitness reports, mostly contemporary, by writers including Mary Lee Settle, Stephen Kinzer, Jeremy Seal and Robert Kaplan.

Important Information


In the case of an on ground issue or problem, Peregrine's Istanbul Office can be reached on: +90 532 641 2822

About this Information

The information provided here is given in good faith and has been compiled with all reasonable care. However, things change and some of the information may become out of date. Please keep this in mind when you read it and check with us if you want to be sure about something. The document was correct at time of printing, but you can check online for the most up to date version.  If you have any queries, please contact your travel agent or our staff in Australia. We are here to help you!

Last Updated

30 January 2014

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