Tour Byzantine buildings, hot air balloon over the moon-like landscape of Cappadocia and sample delights fresh from the Mediterranean Sea. Make those travel dreams come true and book a trip to Turkey today.
This is a big country, so it’s no surprise Expedia has as many as 33,816 hotels available starting at RM613 a night. But saving money on your upcoming trip to Turkey doesn’t have to mean jumping at the first cheap hotel room you see. Bundling your flights, hotel, car rental and experiences into a Turkey Holiday Package can save you some serious dollars. If the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul is high up on your list of things to see, why not add a tour to your package? With everything organised in advance, you can hit the ground running.
Day 1-2: Istanbul Airport is the beginning of your adventure. Pick up your bags, settle in at your hotel and get ready for some sightseeing. History lovers will want to have the Hagia Sophia Museum, Topkapi Palace and the Blue Mosque at the top of their lists.
Day 3-4: Rent a car and head east to Turkey’s capital, Ankara. Get acquainted with the local café culture before heading out and learning more about this fascinating country at the Anatolian Civilizations Museum and Anitkabir.
Day 5-7: Next stop, Antalya. Explore the Old Town and ancient ruins of this picturesque harbour city before taking a dip in its ever-so-inviting Mediterranean waters.
Watch as Turkish pride fills the country on Republic Day. Held each year October 29, the occasion is celebrated by parades, concerts and an iconic fireworks display over the city of Istanbul.
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Reviewed on 2 Jun 2023
Reviewed on 2 Jun 2023
Reviewed on 31 May 2023
Visit one of the biggest and oldest covered markets in the world, a real taste (and smell and sound!) of the diversity that Turkey has to offer.
Named for its dazzling interior covered in blue tiles, this is a hub of Istanbul's religious life.
A world famous monument to the ever-changing history of Istanbul, and one of the largest churches in the world.