Incredible Greece & Turkey – 15N/16D


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Let’s take you on a memorable trip to the beautiful Greece & Turkey with Unify Holidays!


Day 1: Arrival At Athens

A meet and greet service will be provided upon arrival in Athens. Take a taxi to the hotel and check in. Check-in is followed by a relaxing evening.

Day 2: Athens – Acropolis And Acropolis Museum Tour

After being picked up from your centrally located Athens hotel, your full-day tour will begin with a visit to Panathinaikos Stadium, the site of the first modern Olympic Games, which were held there in 1896. Pass by the Prime Minister's mansion and the former Royal Palace, which are still guarded by Evzone soldiers dressed in colorful costumes. You will pass through the historically significant Zappion building, which is now a conference and exposition center, before arriving at the Temple of Olympian Zeus, which was completed in 131 A.D.

The journey continues past the National Gardens to Hadrian's Arch and then to the Parliament. You'll pass the Russian Orthodox Church, Constitution Square, the Old Parliament, the National Academy, and the National Library on your way. Explore the Acropolis, which was built in the fifth century B.C. Visit the Parthenon, the Propylaea Gateway, the Temple of Athena Nike, and the Erechtheum, which is famous for its Porch of Maidens. After passing by the Herodion and Dionysos theaters, you'll arrive at the new Acropolis Museum.

The museum houses over 4,000 artifacts from the Acropolis site, as well as exhibits from the Roman and Byzantine eras, as well as the Greek Bronze Age.

Day 3: Athens To Santorini

After breakfast, proceed to the pier to board the ferry to Santorini. When you arrive, go straight to the hotel. After checking in, you can explore the beautiful island of Santorini on your own.

Day 4: Santorini – Full-Day Volcanic Islands Caldera Region Cruise With Palea Kameni Hot Springs

After breakfast, get ready for a day of sightseeing. Sail from Athinios Port to small islands with volcanoes, hot springs, and traditional communities. From Nea Kameni, follow the path to the active volcano's crater. Take your time exploring the island. After that, go to Palea Kameni and swim in the hot springs. When you return to the boat and set sail for Thirassia, you'll have some free time to explore. Visit Manolas, which can be reached via a donkey ride or by climbing twisting stairs.

Continue on your journey, pausing briefly at the Armeni port in Oia. The tour can be extended to Oia to take in the expansive vistas and a breathtaking sunset. Depending on the package chosen, the tour lasts 6 or 10 hours.

Day 5: Santorini To Mykonos

After breakfast, proceed to the pier to board the ferry to Mykonos. After checking into the hotel, spend the evening at your leisure.

Day 6: Mykonos -Day At Leisure

After breakfast, you have the entire day to explore the island. Spend time shopping and having fun. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 7: Mykonos To Athens

After breakfast, proceed to the pier to board the ferry to Athens. After arriving, check into the hotel. The afternoon and evening are free for shopping.

Day 8: Athens To Istandbul

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to the airport to catch your flight to Istanbul. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and check in. Because of the hotel's convenient location in Istanbul, you can spend the evening exploring the city on your own. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 9: Day Tour Of Spice Bazaar, Bosphorus Cruise, Turkish Lunch, Dolmabahce Palace

Breakfast, a full-day trip to the spice bazaar, a boat ride around the Bosphorus, lunch in Turkey, and a visit to the Dolmabahce Palace are all included.

Learn more about Istanbul, a vast metropolis divided between Europe and Asia by the powerful Bosphorus and rich in history and mystery around every corner. This city is home to over 14 million people and is a true melting pot of cultures.

You never imagined that combining culture and history could result in such an interesting tour. The first stop is the well-known Spice Bazaar. As you walk through the crowded market, you'll notice an Egyptian influence. Exotic scents of fruits, flowers, and a variety of spices will assault your senses at every turn. Remember to get some for yourself.

Then board a boat and sail along the Bosphorus past marble mansions and historic wooden cottages dating back to the Ottoman Empire. Pass through the massive Rumeli Fortress, built in the 15th century by Sultan Mehmed II as he prepared to take Constantinople. Don't forget to bring your camera—you'll get some great shots of the river!

After the cruise, treat yourself to a sumptuous lunch at a traditional Turkish restaurant, where you can sample all of the regional specialties that have made Istanbul famous. After lunch, travel along the coast to the magnificent Dolmabahce Palace, which was once home to the vast Ottoman Empire's sultans and boasts a magnificent 4.5-tonne chandelier. Then, cross to Istanbul's Asian side to walk on both continents, and climb Amlica Hill for panoramic views of the city and the Bosphorus.

Day 10: Istanbul – Day At Leisure And Then To Pammukale

Breakfast is followed by a day off. Explore the beautiful city of Istanbul on your own. Spend some time shopping and exploring the Grand Bazaar, for example. In the evening, transfer to the airport for your flight to Pammukale. After checking into a hotel, spend the night in Pammukale.

Day 11: Day Tour Of Pammukale

After breakfast, your full-day Pamukkale tour begins with pickup from your hotel.

The Red Spring Waters are first visited at Karahayit. After Karahayit, we will travel to Pamukkale and then to Hierapolis. Hierapolis' most notable attractions include the Necropolis, Roman Baths, Domitian Gate, Latrina, Oil Factory, Frontinious Street, Agora, Byzantium Gate, Triton Fountain, Cathedral, Apollon Temple, Plutonium, Theatre, and Antique Pool. Later, we'll take photos in some of Pamukkale's most picturesque spots. Pamukkale's natural splendours can be experienced for nearly 60 minutes. After meeting the guide, start your upward and downward trek through the travertines without shoes or socks. Lunch will be served at a nearby restaurant.

Day 12: Pammukale To Antalya (Approx 5 Hrs)

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and proceed to the coach station to catch a bus to Antalya. When you arrive, go straight to the hotel and check in. The evening is completely free. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 13: Day Tour Of Antalya With Duden Waterfalls

To begin the day, drive 15 kilometers outside of town to the Duden Waterfalls National Park. Take a leisurely stroll through the lovely park, soaking in the aroma of fresh pine and the cool air. Take in the sounds of running water.

Return to Antalya and board an exciting boat from the old harbour for an hour to see the stunning Karpuzkaldiran waterfall, also known as the Lower Duden Waterfall. Take in the breathtaking descent of mountain spring waters 30 meters into the Mediterranean Sea. After returning to the harbour, the tour continues with a delicious lunch at a neighborhood restaurant with sweeping views of Antalya Bay and the Taurus Mountains. Next, use your free time to explore Kaleici, a historic town. While you're here, don't miss Hadrian's Gate, the Clock Tower, the Kesik Minare (Truncated Minaret), and the city walls from the second century AD.

Furthermore, the Kaleici's winding, cobbled alleyways are a great place to discover a variety of shops, art galleries, and fascinating museums, as well as to pause and enjoy a cool beverage on one of the many café patios.

Day 14: Antalya To Cappadocia

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to the airport to catch your flight to Cappadocia. After arriving, transfer to the hotel and check in. Evening at leisure, followed by a night in a hotel.

Day 15: Full Day Tour Of Fairy Chimney’s And Goreme

A variety of fairy chimneys can be found in the Devrent Valley. Cappadocia Full Day Fairy Chimneys & Goreme Tour (Tour Starts at 09 AM - 05 PM) after breakfast. These include those with caps, cones, mushroom-like pillars, and pointed rocks. The Small Fairy Chimneys in the valley create a lunar scene, or moonscape, due to their unusual appearance. Camels, snakes, seals, and dolphins are among the many animal-shaped rocks in the Valley.

Destination 1:

In Devrent Valley, fairy chimneys come in a variety of styles. These include those with caps, cones, mushroom-like pillars, and pointed rocks. The Small Fairy Chimneys in the valley create a lunar scene, or moonscape, due to their unusual appearance. Camels, snakes, seals, and dolphins are among the many animal-shaped rocks in the Valley.

Destination 2:

Many fairy chimneys with different stems and tops can be found in Pasabaglar (Monks Valley), and this design is unique to this area. One of these three-headed fairy chimneys has a chapel and a hermitage dedicated to St. Simeon.

Destination 3:

Avanos is well-known for its pottery, which dates back to the Hittite era. The red clay used by local artisans is derived from the leftovers in the Kzlrmak river (Red River). The Kzlrmak, Anatolia's longest river, divides Avanos into two sections.

Destination 4:

The largest monastery where this religious education was initiated is Göreme Open Air Museum. You will see the frescoed churches, chapels, and monasteries that were carved into the fairy chimney between the tenth and the thirteenth centuries. Three significant figures—the Great St. Basil, bishop of Kayseri, his brother St. Gregory of Nyssa, and St. George of Nazianus—created a new unity in this area in the fourth century.

Destination 5:

The Göreme Panorama is a panoramic viewpoint from which you can enjoy a stunning view over the town of Goreme and its magnificent cave residences. Included in the tour are hotel pickup and drops off. Early-morning hot air balloon flight option available Stay the night at a hotel in Cappadocia.

Day 16: Departure From Cappadocia

You will check out of the motel after breakfast. Drop off at the airport to catch your trip back home carrying a bag full of happy memories.