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Destinations Offered > Turkey > Adventures in Cappadocia

We combine the worldly sophistication of today’s Istanbul with the ethereal beauty of Cappadocia to create a memorable Turkish delight. Highlights include a private cruise on the Bosphorus, a cooking class in Cappadocia, fine dining throughout and soaring over Cappadocia in a hot air balloon.

10 Days:$5,768 per person inclusive of superior rooms in deluxe hotels, most meals, hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia, cooking class, vineyard visits and wine tasting,personal guides and private car and driver. International air fare is additional.Participation is limited to six guests.

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Days 2 - 5

Four Seasons Bosphorus
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On the European bank of the Bosphorus – which flows through Istanbul’s history and heart – Four Seasons gives a 19th-century palace a fresh, eclectic spirit. Alluring facilities include a chic urban spa. Fine restaurants and pools by the quayside overlook the Asian shore. And all are awash in the light, space and excitement of this water’s-edge location. The hotel has 141 guest rooms and 25 suites. The bright and airy rooms overlook a variety of waterfront, garden and city views with nearly a quarter featuring views across the Bosphorus strait to the hills of Asia.
Days 6 - 9

Anatolian Houses
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Anatolian Houses is a luxurious new boutique hotel located in the fairytale-like surroundings of Cappadocia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel is built within the cave formations that are part of Cappadocia's historical structure. This exclusive hotel features just 11 Suites and 2 Deluxe Suites. Each suite houses unique works of art, both old and modern. Furniture has been specially selected among pieces from different eras in history to give the look of Anatolia with the harmony of past and present. Explore the narrow streets where you can stroll by locally owned shops and houses. The amazing cave architecture makes your heart skip a beat! Cappadocian soil is extremely fertile, and a tour of the region will reveal numerous vineyards in and around the valleys. Famous for its local wines, Cappadocia is a major producer. At the end of the day, you can pour a glass of wine from the fountain in the hotel's courtyard and sit back and enjoy the amazing sunset!