3 Days 2 Nights Seven Churches Revelation Tour, a short tour that contains all the significant Theological sıghts. a delightful experience.
|DURATION||3 Days / 2 Nights|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing.|
|VISITING||Pamukkale, Izmir, Ephesus, House of the Virgin Mary, Church of St. John, Church of Sardis, Church at Philadelphia, Smyrna, Pergamum, Acropolis, Acslepion, Church of Thyatira|
|Hotel Category||3 Star Hotel, 4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel, Select Hotel Category|
|Room Size [Single]||1 Single Room, 2 Single Room, 3 Single Room, Select Single Room|
|Room Size [Double]||1 Double Room, 2 Double Room, 3 Double Room, Select Double Room|
Day 1 Izmir-Pamukkale: Seven Churches at Ephesus & Laodicea
Fly to Izmir. Transfer from the airport to start the tour.Visit the city of Ancient Ephesus, the most important of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor. See the great Library of Celsus, Agora, Odeon, Trajan Fountain, Domitianus Temple, Roman Latrines, Theater and Stadium in which St. Paul preached the gospel. Also visit the House of Virgin Mary, where she is said to have spent her final years and Isabey Mosque, a Byzantine church marking his burial place. After lunch, drive to Eskihisar, site of the Church of Laodicea, to which St. John addressed his letter concerning the city’s waning faith. Overnight stay in Pamukkale.
Day 2 Pamukkale-Bergama: Seven Churches at Sardis, Philadelphia, Thyatira & Pamukkale
Pick up to visit the ancient city ruins of Hierapolis, where St. Philipwas martyred in 1AD. See the Necropolis, Avenue of Tombs and Thermal Baths. Enjoy a break at Pamukkale with snow-white terraced cliff pools. Then we proceed to the ancient Philadelphia Church at Alasehir, the youngest of the Seven Churches of Revelation,visiting the remains of an early church and the city walls. After lunch, visit the site of Sardis – the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia. Walk the Royal Avenue and see the site of theChurch of Sardis. Finally at Akhisar we visit the Church of ancient Thyatira, another one of the 7 churches, set in an ancient commercial town with strong ties to Troy and Sardis. Drop off to hotel. Overnight in Bergama.
Day 3 Bergama-Istanbul: Pergamon – Smyrna – St. Polycarp
Drive to Pergamon, site of one of the Seven Churches, where St. John wrote of Satan’s throne being sited. Visit the Church of Pergamon, the famous Red-Court and the Acropolis. After lunch, proceed to Smyrna (Izmir), whose early faithful were praised in a letter from St Paul. Finally visit the Church of St. Policarp and enjoy a short tour of Izmir city. Transfer to Izmir Airport to depart. Fly back to Istanbul, or onward extension.
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|5 Star Accommodation
|Single Room (For 1 Person)||$ 920|
|Double Room (For 2 People)||$ 1380|
|4 Star Accommodation
|Single Room (For 1 Person)||$ 800|
|Double Room (For 2 People)||$ 1.200|
|3 Star Accommodation
|Single Room (For 1 Person)||$ 680|
|Double Room (For 2 People)||$ 1.000|
|Children & Infants|
|Children (3 – 10)||$ 300|
|Infants (0 – 2)||$ 150|