Daily Istanbul Tours offer Shore Excursions, Istanbul Tours and Turkey Tours covering the most popular destinations in Turkey such as Cappadocia, Ephesus, Troy, Gallipoli, Pergamum, Antalya Konya and more. We are proud of being number 1 Tour Company in Turkey on Istanbul Private Tours. We have been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in a row for our Turkey Tours!
We have had nice trips in Turkey and stay in a great cave hotel in Turkey. We just didn’t like Istanbul walking tour the night buses, we didn’t see anything on the way untill the morning we arrived to Turkey. If you have time use the day buses to Turkey then it will be much better instead of night buses. Ephesus, or Efes in Turkish, was built in the 10th century BC and was the Roman Empire's Asian capital. One of the world's best surviving Greco-Roman classical cities, its magnificent buildings are largely intact. There you'll be able to explore the Temple of Hadrian, the Great Theatre, which originally entertained 24,000 people; and the Library of Celsus, home in its day to 12,000 scrolls.
The word adventure means something different to everyone, and our range of trips reflects that. Whether you want to explore local markets, visit out of the way temples and meet local people or go on an early Istanbul Private tours morning safari drive searching for the 'big five', we'll have a trip for you. If you are looking for a physical challenge, we can help with that too. By providing this service, Tour Istanbul also contributes to the global promotion of Istanbul with the support of a number of government and touristic departments. The tours are offered three times daily and are designed to give transit passengers a quick, but interesting overview of Turkish Airlines' home base. Depending on each passenger's schedule. For more information, please visit our site http://www.realistanbul-tours.com/
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