The history of what is now known as Turkey is written in the remarkable ruins which are liberally scatted throughout the country.
One of the world's most exotic destinations, Turkey offers an extraordinary array of ancient ruins, including those of Troy (featured in Homer's Iliad) which date back more than 3,000 years; and the remarkable Roman ruins of Pergamon, Ephesus and Aphrodisias.
A journey around Turkey will introduce you to ancient caravanserai, magnificent Greek and Roman ruins, beautiful coastal scenery and the amazing underground city of Cappadoccia.
And, for those who can, a cruise on board a gulet (traditional sailing craft) will open your eyes to another side of Turkish life as you slip along its southern coast, visiting sheltered bays, villages and towns along the way.
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There are many excellent hotels scattered throughout Turkey, many of which offer modern facilities including Wi-Fi.
Likewise, the roads are generally good and the transportation is of a high standard. As a result, your journey will be comfortable...even on those few days where you will need to cover 400 and more kilometres.
Although Turkey is a secular state, visitors should be mindful of observing dress standards, particularly in Moslem shrines where shorts should not be worn and where shoulders and midriff should be covered. Your guide will provide advice along the way so that you do not offend.
In visiting Turkey, you will enjoy a fascinating journey through a country which offers a rich and varied history.