The Great Mosque and Hospital complex in Divrigi.
The Meric Bridge in Edirne, ancient Hadrianapolis.
The Tomb of Celalettin Rumi Mevlana, Konya. Founder of the Sufi Dervish Order, the Whirling Dervishes.
The unique 'Frozen Waterfall' of Pamukkale
The baroque-rococo palace of Ishakpasa on the Iranian border under Mt Ararat.
One of the largest crater lakes in the world, Lake Nemrut.
The steep theatre perched on the acropolis of Pergamon.
The basalt built Ulucami, the Great Mosque of Diyarbakır.
Gobekli tepe Turkey's Newest UNESCO site
The Oldest Mosque in Anatolia, in Ani, the unforgettable Armenian city.
The Harpy Tomb in Xanthos (C) Curt Bidinger
The Sphinx Gate at Hittite capital Hattutas.
An archetypal Ottoman trading town on the caravan route. Visit the different quarters run by the different religious communities.
The Mysterious Stone Heads at the Summit of Mt. Nemrut
The Neolithic site of Catalhoyuk is thought to be the world's oldest settlement.
Istanbul Sultan Ahmet Mosque. The famed Blue Mosque, named for the blue Iznik tiles inside
The Theodosian walls of Constantinople. The massive land walls stretch for 6.5km.
The Library of Celsus, Ephesus
The strangely eroded tufa columns with basalt caps, one of the symbols of Cappadocia.
The golden mosaics of the Byzantine dome of the Church of the Chora. Some of the finest Byzantine decorations anywhere.
The fine theatre of Hierapolis, part of the UNESCO world heritage site.
The horse that was used in the film, now in Canakkale centre
The Propylon of Aphrodisias, recently awarded UNESCO world Heritage Site status
Turkey's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Complete Tour.
Turkey. Anatolia. The Bridge. The Connection. The Link. The Gateway between East and West. Bearing traces of all the civilisations that have been nurtured on this most varied and hospitable of lands. Providing a homeland to Hittites, Sumerians, Lydians, Trojans, Ionians, Persians, Urartians, Hellenes, Lycians, Galatians, Phrygians, Romans, Armenians, Crusaders, Byzantines, Seljuks and the Ottomans. No land can claim a richer cultural heritage.
Visiting all 17 sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list and 5 on the tentative list, this private journey is a unique and unforgettable journey. Using expert local guides and public transport whenever practical, this tour provides a deep and privileged insight into this richest of lands.