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Highlights of Sinop Tour with Private Guide
"When you arrive to the port of Sinop your private guide will be waiting to lead you to your own luxury vehicle in which you can relax as your private shore excursion.You will start your tour with Sinop Castle which has a great view of Black Sea.Than you will visit Archeological Museum Ethnography Museum and Pasha Bastions Ethnographical Museum is an unique example of the Ottoman’s civil architecture from the 18th century. The household handcrafts here in the museum describe the traditional residence life of the Ottoman time. The Archaeological Museum is a modern museum in which various art works of the rich cultural heritage of our city belonging to Hellenistic Roman
From EUR670.00
 
Private Termessos Ancient City tour and Duden Waterfall
"You will leave your hotel to head to the nearby landscape park. You will enter it walking down the paths and bridges with a possibility of walking around the Duden waterfall from all sides. You are also able to  go on the back of the falling water m you are able to relax in a beautiful environment by the glass of Turkish tea (your own expense).Then we will head a little outside the Antalya on north to visit one of the most beautiful ancient cities in Turkey – Termessos. On our way we will stop in a restaurant for a lunch (included in the price). Termessos is located pretty high in the Taurus mountains. You will deviate from the highway to ride the last 9km up the mountain on a high road that in ancient times was a King Roa one out of 6 temples located within the city. Among the Termessos monuments you will see aqueducts water cisterns gymnasium and baths as well as the house of the city founder. The most beautiful building in the Termessos is a Hellenistic theatre. It is the most highly located building in the city
From EUR400.00
 
Gallipoli Battlefields Tour from Canakkale Port with Private Guide
"When you arrive to the port of Canakkale your private guide will be waiting to lead you to your own luxury vehicle in which you can relax as your private shore excursion.Depart from port of Kepez/Canakkale and drive to Gallipoli. The battlefields of Gallipoli are situated about 15 km from Canakkale. This tour will give you the chance to explore one of the mos which functions between two continents from the Asian to the European side via the famous strait Dardanelles.Gallipoli National Park has a great significance in the world of military history being the soil on which the battles of the Gallipoli Campaign took place which contains Turkish and Allied monuments cemeteries and museums surrounded by forests. You will visit several monuments and will explore the battlefield that witnessed the lost of many lives from both sides. In the Gallipoli National Park
From EUR385.00

More Things to Do in Amasya

Archeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Amasya has an interesting collection including the mummies of the Ilhanli rulers of AmasyaArchaeological Museum of Amasya consists of different themed areas, these...
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Jun 25, 2015

Kapı Ağa Theology School

It is built by Hüseyin Ağa , who is Gate's Ağa (Director) of Sultan IIth Bayezid, in 1488. Octagon type schema, that was common at frontal Asia tombs and Selcuklu monument tombs, is firstly applied to...
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Dec 25, 2012

Haliliye Theology School

Haliliye Theology School buling is at the Gümüş district centre in Gümüşhacıköy county, it was built by Halil Pasha, whom was the Governor General of Çelebi Sultan Mehmed, in 1413. Is a square typed...
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Dec 25, 2012

Sultan IIth Bayezid Külliye

Külliye is built for the name of Sultan IIth Bayezid in 1485-86; it contains mosque, theology school, charitable establishment, tomb and fountain. It the last developed sample of sideways residential...
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Dec 25, 2012

Bimarhane (place of cure)

It is a unique building that remains from İlhanlı Period to nowadays. Is was built in the name of the Sultan Mehmet Olcaytu, Ruler of İlhanlı State and his wife Ilduz Hatun in 1308. Especially front...
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Dec 25, 2012

Ferhat Water Canal

The canal was built in the Hellenistic Period to fulfil city's water necessity, it has approximately 75 width and 18 kilometers long. It was built with processes of digging canals based on the balance...
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Dec 25, 2012
 
 
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Aynalı Cave

Aynalı Cave (Rock Tomb) is approximately three kilometres away from the city centre, and on the way of Ziyaret district which way separated to the right from surrounding high way towards Samsun. It is...
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Dec 25, 2012

King Rock Tombs

In Hellenistic Age, it was designed as a room for tombs carved on the lime stone rocks at the south foot of Harsena Mountain. Strabon, the writer of the Antique Age, stated that the tombs belonged to...
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Dec 24, 2012

Amasya Castle

Amasya Castle was built on Harºena Mountain as it was the most suitable place to defend the city. The inner part is made of hewn stone and ramparts are made of unhewn stone. The castle has an...
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Dec 24, 2012

Hazeranlar Mension

There are traditional Turkish mansions which have been well-preserved. The 19th-century Hazeranlar Mansion has been restored perfectly and now it is of great interest with an art gallery on its first...
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Dec 24, 2012

The Amasya Castle -the Flag on top of the mountain

Finally, after probably hundreds of steps from the entrance of the castle to the top tower, I came face-to-face with the flagpole flapping the red turkish flag from up the mountain and you can see...
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Jul 24, 2011

The Amasya Castle -- up there and away!

The Amasya Castle is situated on the steep cliff - the Harshena mountain, on the north river bank of Yeþilýrmak. The castle has four gates, a water well (Cilanbolu), a cistern, and dungeons, an...
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Jul 24, 2011

The Amasya Castle... continuous

I walked at the back of the tea garden along Zubeyde Hanim Caddesi on the way to the train track and crossed it and walk inside the neighborhood and asked a guy again. So he told me the way and up I...
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Jul 24, 2011

The Amasya Castle

I almost gave uop climbing the castle but I said, I'm already here and I really have to see that castle on the very tip top of the mouontain visible (red turkish flag) standing from the town below.I...
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Jul 24, 2011
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"Historical Amasya."
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"Stunning Amasya"
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