Best of Turkey

Witness continents collide in Istanbul, then explore Ankara, fairy-tale Cappadocia, Mediterranean Antalya, plus the ruins at Ephesus, Troy & more

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Style Small Group TourTravel with a small, intimate group of no more than 24 likeminded travelers (and often much fewer), escorted by an English speaking guide and/or tour manager for some or all of your journey. More of these packages
Dedicated tour escorts & guides throughout
Departures March – November 2020 Group Size 24 travelers max
Themes History & Culture
Activity Level Moderate
What to Expect This moderately-paced, escorted tour includes a reasonable amount of walking or hiking and requires an average level of physical fitness. This tour also includes long scenic drives between destinations and may have limited rest stops.
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Package includes

  • Flights
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  • Transfers
  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Guides
  • Round-trip non-stop flights from New York (JFK) to Istanbul via Turkish Airlines including fuel surcharges and taxes and fees
  • Arrival and departures transfers with meeting, assistance and porterage
  • All intra-Turkey transportation
  • Accommodation in Superior First Class and Deluxe hotels
  • 24 Meals: 13 buffet breakfasts and 11 dinners, including welcome and farewell dinners
  • Wine included with welcome and farewell dinners
  • Comprehensive touring program including entrance fees
  • Professional, English-speaking tour manager

Optional add-ons

  • Discounted optional excursions package
  • Optional balloon ride over Cappadocia
  • Optional Bosphorus cruise

Why you'll love it

  • Journey to the place where continents collide: Istanbul. From the iconic blue tiling and paintings of the Sultanahmet Mosque to the hundreds of rooms and chambers of Topkapi Palace, immerse yourself in the history and art that surrounds this iconic city.
  • Discover the magical land of Cappadocia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore one of the underground cities full of tunnels and separate rooms. Want to see more? Join in on an optional hot air balloon ride over the countless fairy chimneys!
  • Stop at Sultanhan, a "caravanserai", and marvel at the glorious, castle-like structure full of impressive geometric and marble details that was once used as a resting place for camel caravans.
  • Spend a full day of leisure exploring the resort city of Antalya. Surrounded by coastal cliffs and towering mountains, enjoy exploring the Turkish Mediterranean Coast on your own or join in on optional excursions to Aspendos and Perge and the flowing Düden Waterfalls.
  • Gaze upon the icy white terraces and steaming hot springs in Pamukkale, and pay a visit to Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage site containing centuries-old hot springs.
  • As you explore the 4,000 year old city of Ephesus, spend time admiring the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
  • One of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and best known as the location of the Trojan War, according to Homer's poem The Iliad, spend time exploring the ancient city of Troy.
  • Take a step back in time and pay your respects as you visit the battle site of Gallipoli, home to one of the fiercest battles of World War I.
Best of Turkey itinerary

Continents collide in Turkey, a country where you can jump start your morning with a Turkish coffee in Europe and by lunchtime snack on a kebab in Asia. Start your adventure in Istanbul, a city reverberating to the rhythm of the country's famous whirling dervishes, flavored as sweet as pomegranate and Baklava, scented by exotic spices wafting from the colorful markets, and with a picture-perfect skyline pierced by the minarets of Blue Mosque. Continue on through Ankara and then to the 'fairy-tale' landscape of Cappadocia where Bronze Age cave-dwellers carved ancient cities into the region's tall, cone shaped rocks. These 'underground cities' now host homes and businesses and the hotel you'll be staying in. Antalya and its stunning Mediterranean coastline serves as the jumping off point for a trip back in time as you explore Turkey's world class Greco-Roman ruins highlighted by Ephesus, Europe's most complete classical metropolis. Finally, end your adventure with another full day in Istanbul for independent exploration. Our Turkey small group tour will show you the best that this mysterious land has to offer, all for an irresistibly value-packed price that makes it possible for you to discover your own Turkish delights.

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Itinerary

Day 1 Depart USA/Overnight Flight

  • Depart the USA on your overnight flight for Istanbul

Day 2 Istanbul

  • Meet our representative and transfer to your hotel
  • This evening, get to know your fellow travelers for a welcome dinner with wine at a local restaurant and briefing with your guide

Accommodations:Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel or similar Included meals:Dinner

Day 3 Istanbul

  • Visit the Sultanahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque)
  • Marvel at the Hagia Sophia, famous for its massive dome and Byzantine architecture
  • Enjoy a guided tour of Topkapi Palace including the Harem

Accommodations:Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel or similar Included meals:Breakfast

Full Day Itinerary
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

This morning, visit some of the unique and iconic sites in the city. Start your tour at the Sultanahmet Mosque, known as the Blue Mosque for the tiles and paint adorning its interior. Built between 1609 and 1616 on the site of several previous palaces, it is considered to be the last great mosque of the classical period, and even today it is a truly epic sight. More than 200 stained glass windows admit natural light, the floors are covered with thick carpets, and the walls are decorated with incredibly intricate tile work and verses from the Qur'an, many by Seyyid Kasim Gubari, the greatest calligrapher of his time. (Note: The Blue Mosque is undergoing construction in the main dome, but most parts of this historic site are now open to the public.)

Later visit nearby Hagia Sophia, also known as Ayasofya, built by the emperor Justinian I between 537 and 543 AD. The Hagia Sophia is famous for its massive dome and Byzantine architecture, which inspired much of the Blue Mosque. Built as an Orthodox basilica, and later became a mosque and finally a museum in 1935. Spend the remainder of the morning at the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. The bazaar was opened in 1461, and there are over 1200 stores, many of which are grouped by the type of goods, with special areas for leather coats, gold jewelry, and other wares.

This afternoon, enjoy a guided tour of Topkapı Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans for more than 400 years. The palace became a museum of the imperial era in 1924. The palace complex has hundreds of rooms and chambers, the most important being accessible to the public today. The palace houses a large collection of porcelain, robes and armor, as well as Ottoman miniatures and jewelry.

Day 4 Istanbul & Ankara

  • Visit the Mausoleum of Atatürk, the founder and first president of the modern Republic of Turkey
  • Explore the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

Accommodations:Point Hotel Ankara or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Mausoleum of Ataturk, Ankara

Depart for Ankara, the capital city of Turkey, called Angora by the Romans. This afternoon, visit the Mausoleum of Atatürk, the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder and first president of the modern Republic of Turkey. Later visit the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. The museum includes Anatolian artifacts from many excavations including Assyrian trading colonies, Hittite, Hellenistic, Roman Byzantine and Ottoman periods. There are exhibits of gold, silver, glass, marble and bronze works as far back as the first century, as well as an extensive coin collection.

Day 5 Ankara & Cappadocia

  • View Lake Tuz, a huge saline lake
  • Explore Zelve Open Air Museum
  • Pay a visit to the pottery makers in the city of Avanos

Accommodations:Best Western Premier Hotel or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

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Underground city, Cappadocia

Travel into the interior of Turkey to Cappadocia. En route, see Tuz Gölü, a huge saline lake fed by streams and rain, but with no outlet. In the summer, the lake dries and exposes a thick salt layer, which is mined to produce most of the salt used in Turkey. The area is also protected as a breeding area for flamingos and other birds.

Next, visit Zelve Valley, an open air museum and former monastic complex. Developed between the 9th and 13th century, Christian settlers carved many churches, monasteries and chapels within the caves. Until 1924 it was still in use, but today the open air museum welcomes travelers from all over the world, even sometimes hosting open air festivals and concerts. 

Your day ends with a visit to the pottery makers in the city of Avanos on the banks of the Kizilirmak River, where the red clay from the riverbanks is excellent for traditional household pottery, bricks and roof tiles. Continue to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 6 Cappadocia

  • Explore one of the famed underground cities of Cappadocia
  • Visit the Open Air Museum of Göreme
  • View the fairy landscapes and rock castles of Avcilar, Dervent Valley, Pidgeon Valley and Uçhisar Foldings

Accommodations:Best Western Premier Hotel or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Cappadocia rock formations © GoTurkey.com

Cappadocia is the land of the fairy chimneys, and is today a UNESCO World Heritage site. In the early morning, weather permitting, you may choose an optional balloon ride.

Explore one of famed underground cities of Cappadocia, carved out of the soft tuff. Early Christians built these structures as a refuge from the persecution of the Roman Empire. With several floors, tunnels and rooms spanning for miles, they could shelter thousands of people together with their livestock and food stores, and had living quarters, churches, storage rooms, stables, wells, ventilation systems and even wine and oil presses!

Visit the Open Air Museum in the Göreme, where you will see early Christian churches decorated with frescoes. Enjoy the magnificent fairy landscapes and rock castles of Avcilar, Dervent Valley, Pidgeon Valley and Uçhisar Foldings. Return to your hotel for dinner.

Optional Excursion: Balloon Ride over Cappadocia (purchased locally), +$250

Float silently over unique rock formations and rich fertile valleys of Cappadocia, all set against the dramatic volcanic landscape that formed the region over two million years ago.

Optional Excursion: Whirling Dervishes, +$40
Whirling dervishes

After dinner, you can join the optional outing to see the Whirling Dervishes dance performance. "Dervish" is a common term for an initiate of the Sufi path, and the whirling is part of the formal "Sema" ceremony by participants known as semazens. The unique and fascinating whirling dances were inspired by Mawlana Jalaleddin Rumi, one of the great mystics of Islam.

Day 7 Cappadocia & Antalya

  • Visit Sultanhan, a “caravanserai” (caravan palace)
  • Explore the Mevlana Museum in Konya
  • Travel through the Taurus Mountains to reach Antalya

Accommodations:Rixos Downtown Antalya or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Saruhan caravanserai in Avanos

Continue your journey, driving south towards the Mediterranean resort of Antalya. En route, visit Sultanhan, a "caravanserai" (caravan palace) built as a resting place for the camel caravans, which has a stone-paved hallway and other impressive fortifications. Upon reaching Konya, the capital town of Konya province, you'll visit the Mevlana Museum, where Rumi, a Sufi mystic, poet, and the founder of the Mevlana "Dervish" order, is buried. Drive through the Taurus Mountains to reach Antalya.

Day 8 Antalya

  • Full day at leisure in Antalya or join one or both optional excursions

Accommodations:Rixos Downtown Antalya or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Antalya marina

Enjoy a day at leisure to explore the town of Antalya, situated on coastal cliffs and surrounded by mountains. Today it is a bustling city and resort area. Take one of the optional excursions to Aspendos and Perge in the morning and the Düden Waterfalls in the afternoon.

Optional Excursion: Düden Waterfalls, +$30

In the afternoon, visit the Düden Waterfalls. The Düden River flows through the Taurus Mountains, creating a drop of thundering water. There are even stalagmites and stalactites due to the high content of minerals in the water.

Optional Excursion: Aspendos, +$40

Aspendos, located beside the Eurymedon River, is renowned through the world for its magnificent ancient Roman theater, famous for its perfect acoustics. Perge, one of Pamphylia's foremost cities, was founded after the Trojan War by colonists from Argos. The city is very well preserved with a theater, stadium, and Agora. Return to Antalya.

Day 9 Antalya & Pamukkale

  • Explore the city of Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Visit Laodicea, one of the early Christian communities mentioned in the New Testament

Accommodations:Doga Thermal or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Travertines of Pamukkale

Leave the coast for Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish. The city contains hot springs and stunning white terraces that look like ice, created by carbonate minerals left by flowing water. Visit the city of Hierapolis, also a UNESCO World Heritage site, where the hot springs have been used as a spa since the second century. See the great baths constructed without the use of cement. The town was also settled by Jews from Babylon and Mesopotamia, exiled by Antiochus the Great. Continue to Laodicea, one of the early Christian communities mentioned in the New Testament.

Day 10 Pamukkale, Aphrodisias, & Kusadasi

  • Visit the Roman city of Aphrodisias

Accommodations:Ramada Hotel & Suites Kusadasi or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

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Kusadasi

This morning, visit the Roman city of Aphrodisias, whose large excavation was funded by the National Geographic Society. Ancient artists produced sophisticated statues inspired by Aphrodite, goddess of love and marriage, for whom the town was named. Visit the Temple of Aphrodite and the local archaeological museum which houses a wonderful collection of the art of Aphrodisias.

Continue to Kuşadası on Turkey's Aegean coast for dinner and overnight. The area has been a crossroads of art and culture since it was founded 5000 years ago, and was the final destination of medieval caravan routes from the Orient. 

Day 11 Ephesus

  • Explore Ephesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Balance of the day at leisure, or join an optional excursion

Accommodations:Ramada Hotel & Suites Kusadasi or similar Included meals:Breakfast

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Library of Celsus

Today, visit the glorious city of Ephesus, founded more than 4000 years ago, the capital city of the Roman Province of Asia Minor. The Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is represented by one column and fragments of a frieze. Walk through the ancient streets to view the magnificent structures such as the Library of Celsus, Temple of Hadrian, and the Great Theater. Ephesus is also the town where St. Paul and St. John lived during the first century. Continue to the House of the Virgin Mary, where Mary spent her last years living near a grove of olive trees. A visit is considered a pilgrimage by the Vatican. Afterwards, join an optional excursion to the Ephesus Museum and Şirince or return to the hotel. Enjoy the evening at leisure, perhaps dine at one of the many local restaurants.

Optional Excursion: Ephesus Museum & Sirince Village, +$50

This afternoon, join an optional excursion to Ephesus Museum and Şirince Village. The Ephesus Museum has two main sections, archaeological and ethnographical. Various artifacts from the Prehistoric, Mycenaean, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk, and Ottoman Periods are on display through 8 different exhibition halls and a large courtyard.

Şirince Village was settled in the 15th century after Ephesus was abandoned, however the current buildings date back to the 19th century. Once an old Orthodox village, it was called Çirkince ("ugly"). This name was given by its inhabitants as they did not want to share the beauty of their village with strangers. The name Şirince ("pretty") was later given by an Izmir mayor. Enjoy the scenery of vineyards and peach trees from this mountaintop village. Today, the village is a perfect combination of Turk-Greek culture. Before the Independence War, there were Greeks living in the village, after the war the Turks living in Greece returned to Turkey and the Greeks in Turkey moved to Greece. The new inhabitants kept the characteristics of typical Greek houses, the most beautiful of which are open to visitors. Explore the narrow streets of Şirince and the wares of the villagers selling handicrafts, olive oil, and wine.

Day 12 Pergamon, Troy, & Çanakkale

  • Discover Pergamon, the capital of a once powerful kingdom
  • Continue to Asklepion, a famed ancient medical center
  • Visit the ancient city of Troy

Accommodations:Kolin Hotel Canakkale or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Asklepion ruins

This morning, visit the ruins of Pergamon, the capital of a powerful kingdom during the Hellenistic period in the first century. Visit the Acropolis structure which houses the Temple of Trajan, the Sanctuary of Athena and the Altar of Zeus. When papyrus became scarce, the Pergamenes invented a new writing material made of fine calfskin which they called pergamena (parchment), a predecessor of vellum. The Library of Pergamon, built by King Eumenes II and containing as many as 200,000 volumes, was second only to the library of Alexandria, Egypt.

Continue to the nearby Asklepion, a famed ancient medical center built in honor of Asklepios, the god of healing. It was also the site of the world's first known psychiatric hospital. In the ancient world, this was the place famous people wanted to attend for bathing treatments, the interpretation of dreams and drinking the water from the sacred fountain.

Finally, visit the ancient city of Troy, best known as the focus of the Trojan War as described in the epic poem by Homer. The ancient city today is an expansive archaeological site and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

Day 13 Çanakkale, Dardanelles, & Istanbul

  • Enjoy a ferry ride across the Dardanelles
  • Visit the battle site of Gallipoli and pay your respects
  • Balance of the day at leisure in Istanbul

Accommodations:Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli

Continue north by ferry across the Dardanelles, a narrow straight connecting the Aegean Sea with the Sea of Marmara. This strait, like the Bosphorus in Istanbul, separates Europe from Asia.

Visit the site of Gallipoli, where one of the fiercest battles of World War I took place. The Gallipoli campaign was the first major battle undertaken by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC). The struggle laid the grounds for the Turkish War of Independence and the foundation of the Republic of Turkey, led by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Continue to Istanbul for an afternoon at leisure.

Day 14 Istanbul

  • Explore Istanbul independently, or take an optional cruise along the Bosphorus
  • Join your fellow travelers for a farewell dinner with wine

Accommodations:Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel or similar Included meals:Breakfast & dinner

Full Day Itinerary
Bosphoros

Spend your last day in Istanbul doing some last minute shopping or independent exploration. Alternatively, join an optional cruise on the Bosphorus. This evening, meet with your fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant.

Optional Excursion: Dolmabahçe Palace (purchased locally), +$35

This morning, join an optional tour to Dolmabahçe Palace, also known as the Ottoman Palace. Admire this splendid architectural jewel from the 19th century Ottoman period in the heart of Istanbul. Built by the Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid between 1843 and 1856, this palace shows a mixture of Turkish and French influences. The palace boasts 285 rooms, and the ceiling is made of 14 tons of gold. Nearly every room is adorned by a splendid Bohemian chandelier.

Optional Excursion: Bosphorus Cruise (purchased locally), +$45

Cruise the straits that separate Europe and Asia, passing by the villas and palaces of the Ottoman Empire, as well as little fishing villages. The route zigzags across the straits for picture-perfect views of Istanbul and the Bosphorus Suspension bridges.

Day 15 Istanbul/USA

  • Transfer to the airport and board your return flight to the USA.

Included meals:Breakfast

Discounted Optional Excursions Package: +$120

Save by pre-booking a discounted package of our most popular optional excursions:

  • Whirling Dervishes dance performance
  • Ephesus Museum and Şirince
  • Tour to Aspendos, Perge
  • Tour to Düden Waterfall

You can book these excursions individually in Turkey. But you can save time and money if you purchase this special package ahead of time—with or before your final payment.

Hotels

Best Western Premier Hotel

Best Western Premier Hotel

Set in a lush garden, the Best Western Premier Cappadocia in Urgup is located near Cappadocia’s famous rock formations. This cave hotel offers accommodation in a historic environment, along with modern facilities. The ruins of old houses, mansions, and dwellings carved into the hill have been renovated into the guestrooms and facility buildings.Each of the 76 rooms are decorated with comfort in mind including thoughful touches like bathrobe and slippers. Guests can enjoy their morning coffee or evening nightcap on their private terrace or balcony.This smoke-free hotel features a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Free full breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free valet parking are also provided. Additionally, a bar/lounge, a poolside bar, and a coffee shop/café are onsite.

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Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel

Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel

Centrally located in the lively Besiktas area, this 4.5 star hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Bosphorus. Ortakoy, Dolmabahce Palace and Vodafone Stadium are nearby while Zorlu, Kanyon, Metrocity, Özdilek, shopping malls and Nisantasi district are a short drive away.

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Doga Thermal

Doga Thermal

Located in Karahayit, near the travertine terraces of Pamukkale and the ancient cities of Laodicea and Hierapolis, the Doga Thermal Health & Spa offers a relaxing environment with natural thermal waters that have been an attraction to this area since classical antiquity.

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Kolin Hotel Canakkale

Kolin Hotel Canakkale

First Class

The Kolin Hotel Canakkale is a five star resort located on 650 meters of pristine coast line. The main principle of the hotel is customer satisfaction. There are gardens overlooking the Strait, outdoor and indoor (heated) pools, sauna, Turkish bath, Finnish bath, Jacuzzi, fitness center, spa, live music at the bars, and a night club.The Hellespont Lobby Bar offers panoramic views of the Çanakkale Strait as well as an extensive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. This is the perfect place to watch the sunset. The Roof Bar overlooks the strait. Turkish Bath & Sauna has a magical atmosphere where you can have fun and relax in its warm waters. Feel free to enjoy the shock pool after the sauna or take advantage of a Finnish Bath.

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Point Hotel Ankara

Point Hotel Ankara

Deluxe

Conveniently located in one of Ankara’s main business and government districts, the Point Hotel Ankara boasts more than 200 works of contemporary art created in collaboration with the Istanbul Modern Art Museum, giving the rooms and public areas a special touch. The hotel’s 162 spacious, well-appointed rooms feature a modern design and city views, along with amenities that include air conditioning, soundproof windows, a pillow menu, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, HD flat-screen cable TV, in-room safe, desk, minibar, complimentary bottled water, coffee & tea making facilities, hairdryer, bathrobe, rain shower-head, and complimentary toiletries. The View Point Restaurant serves daily buffet breakfast, as well as a-la-carte lunch and dinner with beautiful views of the city. The After 6 Lobby Bar on the ground floor offers a wide selection of drinks, as well as early breakfast options including croissants, pastries orange juice, tea and coffee, in a space decorated with unique modern art pieces. The Point Sports and Health Center is fitted with spa services, Turkish bath, sauna, and steam room along with a well-equipped fitness center. Amenities Air Conditioning Pillow menu Complimentary Wi-Fi Flat-screen TV In-room safe Minibar Coffee/tea making facilities Hairdryer Complimentary toiletries Restaurant Bar Fitness center

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Ramada Hotel & Suites Kusadasi

Ramada Hotel & Suites Kusadasi

Located on a 5-acre property facing the Aegean Sea at the entrance to Kusadasi, the Ramada Hotel & Suites is the perfect starting point to explore the archaeological sites of ancient Ephesus as well as to relax enjoying the facilities and the view of the sea. The 310 comfortable guestrooms feature a balcony, climate control, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar, flat-screen TV, in-room safe, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Breakfast, and dinner buffets are served at the Trilye Main Restaurant. A la carte dinner options may be enjoyed at the Dionysos A La Carte Restaurant. The outdoor Sunset Snack Bar & Restaurant serves a variety of lunch snacks by the pool. Drinks may be enjoyed at any time of day or night at the Liberty Lobby Bar 7/24 . The hotel has 3 outdoor swimming pools, a spa featuring Turkish Bath, Sauna, Steam Bath and massage units and a fitness center.

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Rixos Downtown Antalya

Rixos Downtown Antalya

The Rixos Downtown Antalya is conveniently located on the world famous Konyaalti Beach in the center of Antalya.The Rixos Downtown Antalya has a total of 360 spacious modern guest rooms with unprecedented Mediterranean views. Each room is fitted with air conditioning, Internet acccess, mini bar and safe. The Rixos Downtown Antayla has multiple dining options to chose from offering Italian, Far East, Turkish, Japanese, Russian and international cuisines. There are also several bars. Enjoy a relaxing spa day at the La Delmare Spa with amenities including Turkish bath, Fitness center and massage rooms

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