Turkey officially the Republic of Turkey is a transcontinental country straddling Western Asia and Southeastern Europe.
One of the world's earliest permanently settled regions, present-day Turkey was home to important Neolithic sites, and was inhabited by various civilisations. Hellenization started in the area during the era of Alexander the Great and continued into the Byzantine era. The Seljuk Turks began migrating in the 11th century, and the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm ruled Anatolia until the Mongol invasion in 1243, when it disintegrated into small Turkish principalities. Beginning in the late 13th century, the Ottomans started uniting the principalities and conquering the Balkans, and the Turkification of Anatolia increased during the Ottoman period.
9:00am-6:30pm : Istanbul
10:00am-12:30pm : Topkapi Place
Home to sultans for centuries, Topkapi Palace is a World Heritage Site with a rich history and superb Ottoman architecture. Built by Sultan Mehmed II in the 15th century, the enormous palace's courtyards and buildings were, at one time, home to almost 4,000 people. Though much of the site is off limits to tourists, one of the highlights you can access is its highly ornate harem, with an intriguing history and notable interiors. Though royalty later moved to European-style residences along the Bosphorus, this palace is important for being truly Ottoman in spirit and design.
2:30pm-3:30pm : Sultan Ahmed Mosque
Nicknamed for the blue tiles that adorn its interior, Sultan Ahmed Mosque represents an imposing figure in the city's history and skyline. Located in the historic Sultanahmet district and built in the early 17th century, this impressive religious structure has a total of six minarets, one main dome, and eight secondary domes. Originally commissioned to reassert Ottoman power in Istanbul and across the region, this mosque still functions as a site of worship today. However, the site welcomes visitors of all faiths to view its spectacular design, which mixes traditional Islamic architecture with Byzantine elements. Keep in mind you'll need to remove your shoes and women should cover their head and shoulders.
Turnatour-Bosphorus Dinner Cruise
11:00am-12:00pm : Galata Tower
Take in dramatic panoramic views of the city and traditional Turkish fare atop Galata Tower. A recognizable symbol of the city's skyline, the tower stands 66.9 m (219.5 ft) high. Often referred to as the "Tower of Christ," it was the tallest and most important building during the time it was being built. Have a meal or enjoy a drink at the restaurant and cafe located at the top. After hours the upper portion turns into a lively nightclub.
1:00pm-1:30pm : Rustem Pasha Mosque
Rustem Pasha Mosque showcases exquisite works of Ottoman art and architecture. Known foremost for the stunning Iznik tiles that create floral and geometric patterns across the porch, walls, and columns throughout the building, the mosque has been the source of the popularity of Iznik pottery. The chandeliers help to light up the spectacular art, carvings, and carpets that furnish this spiritual place. As a tourist, you may not visit the mosque during prayer time (during or around sunset and sunrise), and it is considered impolite to visit during group prayers or sermons. You must wear modest clothing and remove shoes before you enter. Ask your accommodation about how to get to the mosque and for prayer schedules.
2:00pm-3:00pm : Suleymaniye Cami
Witness the work of famed Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan at , a majestic religious structure that dominates the Golden Horn and shares similarities with Hagia Sophia. This mosque was commissioned by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in 1550 and completed seven years later. Though it may be less ornate than other elaborate religious structures in the city, the mosque's Byzantine influence has gained it recognition for its blend of architectural styles. Having experienced damage from natural disasters and wars over the centuries, the building is fully restored and now one of the most popular attractions in Istanbul.
4:00pm-6:00pm : Bursa
9:00am-11:00am : Uludag Ski Center
12:00pm-12:30pm : Isabey CAMii
1:00pm-2:30pm : Green Tomb
3:00pm-4:00pm : Ulu Cami
4:30pm-12:00am : Bodrum City
9:30am-12:00pm : My Way Boat Trip
Sometimes words alone can not describe the beautiful places we regularly visit. But the only way to see them, is to come along, take a tour and spend a day with us! Escape the crowds and heat of the beach and enjoy cool breezes, turquoise waters and stunning scenery on an unforgettable day on board the my way!!! Our tours usually start at 10:00 am (March-December) Bodrum harbor. We aim to set off at 10:15 am and will take a gentle cruise to one of the secluded bays on the Bodrum peninsula. During the day we visit 3 blue bays where we will find excellent scenery, crystal water with visibility of up to 30 meters. We always try to find secluded areas away from crowds! Swimming/Snorkeling is usually available at all bay stops. We will arrive back in Bodrum at around 5:30pm. We offer beautiful Freshly cooked lunch and afternoon tea & cake included in our full day tour prices.
12:00pm-1:30pm : Kizilhisarli Mustafa Pasa Camii
2:00pm-2:30pm : Modern Leather Shop
3:00pm-4:00pm : Vinbodrum
4:30pm-12:00am : Goreme
10:00am-12:00pm : Off Road Tours
12:30pm-3:30pm : Ballon Rides
See Cappadocia's unearthly landscape while floating nearly 300 m (1,000 ft) above ground during a hot air balloon ride from Goreme. Start your journey with a complimentary buffet breakfast, then step into the basket with your fellow passengers and take to the skies as the sun rises over the area's unusual rock formations and valleys. Shorter tours allow you to snap impressive aerial photos of weird chimney-like structures and rock-cut churches, while longer full-day tours include time on the ground for exploring some of the area's highlights, such as the historic tunnels at Goreme Open-Air Museum, Pigeon Valley, and Kaymakli Underground City. These tours can last between 1 hour and 1 day.
4:00pm-5:30pm : Uchisar Castle
The natural rock citadel of Uchisar Castle offers a panoramic view over the surrounding landscape of valleys, mountains, and towns. The tallest fairy chimney in Cappadocia is carved with numerous rooms, tunnels, stairs, rock tombs, and a large water cistern. Notice the millstone doors at the entrances of the rooms, which used to control access to the castle. Today most of the rooms on the north side serve as pigeon houses. Note the simple Byzantine graves on top of the castle, which have been weathered and ransacked. Local women selling traditional souvenirs typically line the road that leads to the castle.
6:00am-11:00pm : Dhaka City