Enjoy an unforgettable tour experience with our Istanbul and Cappadocia 5-Days Package. Explore the bustling ambiance of the Grand Bazaar and Sultanahmet Square, visit the beautiful Hagia Sophia and see the Galata Tower, all while sampling traditional Turkish food at local restaurants. Depart from Istanbul and arrive in Cappadocia to stroll through the kingdom of Fairy Chimneys, Goreme Open-Air Museum and the Pidgeon Valley brimming with colorful hot-air balloons in the sky. All with comfortable accommodations, airport transfers and guided tours.
What's not Included
Istanbul & Cappadocia (5 Days)$965.00
5 Days 6 Nights
Languages English Turkish French Spanish
Places to visit
Drop off→ Baggage claim area→Meet tour guide→ Tour guide arranges you and other members to take the nearest shuttle.
Drop off→Passport check→Luggage claim→Customs inspection→Meet tour guide→Tour guide arranges you and other members to take the nearest shuttle to arrive at the hotel.
This package may contain activities that are:
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- Not advised for travelers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the package’s start time.
- If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount paid will be non-refunded.
- Any changes made less than 24 hours before the package’s start time will not be accepted.
- Cut-off times are based on the local time for locations included in the package. If any tour is canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
- All scheduled times are approximate and subject to change due to weather conditions and restrictions.
Know Before You Go
- Please reach the departure point on time and follow the arrangement of a tour escort.
- Before doing an individual activity or leaving the group, please get the agreement of the tour guide.
- Customers are held solely responsible for their travel documents and/or visas if required.
- Hotel arrangements will be changed depending on the season. You can confirm your hotel information while you are on tour with your tour guide.
- Travelers can pay with cash or credit card on tour.
- The itinerary and operating dates may change due to weather, traffic, and other reasons during our busy season. Please reconfirm your order prior to the departure date.
- Some attractions will be closed during holidays or events (eg. Christmas, Ramadan or Thanksgiving). The arrangement is subject to your tour guide.
- To make your travel more convenient, we suggest you book your tour one month prior to the departure date during the holiday season.
- If you are traveling with children, please inform our service team and provide information such as the age of the child to ensure that the safety seat is prepared in advance (at your own expense).
Frequently Asked Questions
It is simple to book a tour. You can fill out the form given in each tour listing. If you’re confused, you can call our agents at +1-201-366-1155 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a prompt answer describing the alternatives available to you.
Visitors may simply apply for a tourist visa in just a few clicks at www.evisa.gov.tr and begin exploring Turkey's unique wonders the moment they arrive.
Please consult your primary care physician or a travel doctor. We are unable to provide medical advice on whether or not you require vaccines. People travelling to Turkey, in general, do not get vaccinations because there are no regulatory requirements. If you need vaccinations, see your doctor one month before you leave your native country.
Most hotels in Turkey have internet access which they make available to clients. Reception can provide you with the password. Before using it, always check to see whether there is a fee. Most cafés and restaurants provide free internet to clients. Otherwise, internet cafés may be found in most major cities and towns.
The majority of monuments and historical sites in Turkey are open from 9:00 to 17:00. On Monday, all museums in Turkey are closed. Remember that these hours will change drastically during Ramadan, the Islamic holy month.
Turkey's official currency is the Turkish Lira.
Most hotels in Turkey, like many others across the world, have check-in times around noon, 12, or 1 PM. If you check in or out late at night or early in the morning, you may have to pay for an extra night to access your room without having to wait until the standard check-in time.
What our customers are
Don't just take our word for it - hear from our satisfied customers about their unforgettable travel experiences with us.
I've always wanted to book a trusted and experienced tour service for my first-ever trip to Istanbul. And booking with iLinkTurkey, I was not disappointed. They offered airport transfers, accommodations, and breakfasts to go along with the city's tour, which the entire 3 days there worth it. The booking process was extremely easy, and we had a tour guide that spoke English, so we got to learn the rich history along sightseeing. My family and I definitely recommend iLinkTurkey, especially their Istanbul Tours.
10/10 Tour service. We had accommodations and everything when we booked our Ephesus Package from iLinkTurkey. The guide knew the place locally and guided us around the ancient site with local expertise. We also had flexibility in the program and considering the nature of the site, accommodations, and additional services, the price was worth it. Highly recommend.
Second time booking iLinkTurkey's tours and this experience was amazing as the first. Visited ancient and cultural spots, and ate Turkish kebabs for breakfast, but the Bosphorus cruise was the highlight. The ocean was beautiful. The hotel was comfortable and accommodating. Had a blast, would definitely recommend.
Exceeded expectations, excellent guide, comfortable and hassle-free booking, fascinating, and educational visit in a beautiful country.
The tour was really great. The program was planned very nicely, with breaks so we could relax and stroll a little on our own. The sights in Konya, Cappadocia, and Bursa were never ending and the guide did their very best in explaining all the history. Was sad to leave on the last day but the experience was worth every cent. I would suggest ilinkturkey to anyone who wants to have a nice time in Turkey.
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