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Turkey Honeymoon Packages from Pakistan

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A fascinating country with diverse cultural influences from the ancient and modern worlds, Turkey straddles two continents. Most of all This gateway between East and West has a rich history, encompassing Roman architecture, Byzantine art and Ottoman palaces, and it also boasts astounding natural beauty, such as Bodrum’s idyllic coastline.

Turkey Honeymoon Packages from Pakistan

4 Nights 5 Days Turkey Honeymoon packages from Pakistan

Cost Rs 115000/- Per Person

  • International Air Ticket
  • Turkey Visa
  • 5 Days stay in three star hotel with breakfast.
  • Airport Pick and Drop
  • Turkey City Honeymoon
  • Bosphorus Cruise and Shopping Honeymoon

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Turkey Details :

Currency: Turkish Lira. Credit cards are widely accepted and ATMS are plentiful in main towns.

Languages: Turkish is the official language, while both Turkish and Kurdish are widely spoken, along with numerous minority languages, including Arabic and Zazaki.

English is spoken in places frequented by tourists.

Dialing code: +90

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Istanbul

Many of the city’s famous landmarks are Unesco World Heritage sites. Marvel at the Sultanahmet Mosque, or Blue Mosque, with its blue Iznik tiles and six minarets; Hagia Sophia, or the Church of Divine Wisdom, constructed as a basilica in the sixth century by Byzantine Emperor Justinian; and the Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans between the 15th and 19th centuries.

Get a taste of contemporary Turkey at the Istanbul Modern Museum of Art. Don’t miss the Grand Bazaar and Spice Market, to shop for antiques, jewelry, leather goods, carpets and spices. Wander through the cobbled streets of the old Jewish, Greek and Armenian neighbourhoods, then take a sunset cruise on the Bosphorus or admire the skyline from one of the city’s fashionable rooftop bars.

Highlights Turkey

Turkey is a cultural treasure trove and full of awe-inspiring landscapes, from the ancient archaeological site of Ephesus to Bodrum’s idyllic coastline.

Visit Cappadocia’s lunar landscape of awe-inspiring rock formations, rock cones, fairy chimneys and cave entrances that reveal subterranean cities.

• From Bodrum, embark on a relaxing cruise along the rugged coastline of the Aegean and Mediterranean in a traditional sail boat, or gulet.

• The archaeological site of Ephesus, dating back to the 11th century BC, reveals the remains of this once-wealthy city.

• The epic Lycian Way is a 540-kilometre 29-day trek. Less serious walkers can opt to do shorter hikes along the trail, which runs parallel to the Turquoise Coast.


Turkey Honeymoon Packages from Pakistan documents required for visa

  • Visa application form
  • Passport copy, only 1st & 2nd
  • Bank account statement of the last three months which is stamped & signed by the relevant bank (proof of sufficient funds for the stay).
  • Two passport size photographs.
  • Health report from any Doctor or Hospital, mentioning applicant’s fitness for travel.
  • Polio vaccination certificate.
  • Company Letter
  • NTN (If any Business)

Further More Areas of Turkey

A vast place, Turkey’s landscape and people hold great diversity while its beaches and some of its coastline is simply stunning.

Istanbul

Many of the city’s famous landmarks are Unesco World Heritage sites. Marvel at the Sultanahmet Mosque, or Blue Mosque, with its blue Iznik tiles and six minarets; Hagia Sophia, or the Church of Divine Wisdom, constructed as a basilica in the sixth century by Byzantine Emperor Justinian; and the Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans between the 15th and 19th centuries. Get a taste of contemporary Turkey at the Istanbul Modern Museum of Art. Don’t miss the Grand Bazaar and Spice Market, to shop for antiques, jewelry, leather goods, carpets and spices. Wander through the cobbled streets of the old Jewish, Greek and Armenian neighborhoods, then take a sunset cruise on the Bosphorus or admire the skyline from one of the city’s fashionable rooftop bars.

Bodrum peninsula

Fifty years ago, picturesque Bodrum was a bohemian retreat. Today, it’s a year-round holiday destination for Turks and tourists alike who all come here for the great resorts, nightlife, restaurants and yachting lifestyle. In addition Bodrum in summer has the ambiance of the French Riviera, albeit with an exotic edge and is well known as the departure point for luxury gulet cruises along the coast.

Antalya

Almost Extending for 1,600 kilometres in the southern Mediterranean, the Turquoise Coast is known for its picturesque ruins, private coves and beautiful beaches. At the heart of Antalya, the region’s biggest city, is the historic Kaleici district, built around the Roman harbour. Many of the old buildings, dating from Ottoman and Roman times, have been restored as hotels, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. The Taurus Mountains form a dramatic backdrop along much of the Turquoise Coast, dropping steeply into the sea in many places.

Bursa

The South of the Sea of Marmara, beneath the slopes of Uludag, lies Bursa, an important centre since early Ottoman times. Bursa offers a fascinating mix of economic prosperity and elegant Ottoman architecture and the minarets of more than 125 mosques crowd the skyline. It also has many ancient thermal spas. Locals refer to it as Green Bursa, thanks to its many parks and gardens, and the green Iznik tiles that decorate famous monuments. On the Gallipoli peninsula, cemeteries are a reminder of the fallen soldiers of World War I.

Trabzon

The dramatic, unspoiled landscapes of eastern Turkey include the rocky beaches of the Black Sea, rising up to the lush green foothills of the snowcapped Kackar Mountains. In this region, the city of Trabzon is known for the golden towers and glittering mosaics of its Byzantine-era churches. One is the Aya Sofya, a scaled-downed version of the similarly named church in Istanbul.

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