Faszination Türkei Türkei

Faszination Türkei

  • Minarette und Moscheen in Istanbul
  • Besichtigung der Ruinen von Ephesos
  • Köstliche türkische Fruchtweine
  • Pamukkale - schönstes Naturwunder der Türkei
  • Einzigartige Landschaft & Felsformationen in Kappadokien
  • Geisterstadt Kayaköy
  • Wandern auf einem Teilstück auf dem lykischen Pfad
  • Bootsausflug mit Übernachtung in der Ägäis
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
Karte
Karte

15 Tage Türkei

ab  1.180 € Anfragen oder buchen

Eine Zeitreise ins Osmanische Reich: Wandern Sie entlang der Lykischen Küste und erkunden Sie die Mondlandschaft Kappadokiens während einer Ballonfahrt - das Urlaubsland Türkei wie Sie es garantiert noch nicht kennen. Entdecken Sie das geheimnisvolle Land der Osmanen. Bestaunen Sie architektonische Meisterwerke wie die Blaue Moschee, gehen Sie auf Schnäppchenjagd auf Basaren und probieren Sie die köstlichen Snacks der türkischen Küche im Herzen des pulsierenden Istanbul. Von tanzenden Derwischen, über die Schätze des Mittelmeers, die imposanten Thermalquellen von Pamukkale und die Ruinen des antiken Ephesos, bis zu den bizarren Landschaften und Felsformationen von Kappadokien - lassen Sie sich begeistern von der außergewöhnlichen Schönheit der Türkei.

Tage 1-2: Istanbul
Ein Besuch in der türkischen Unterwelt lohnt sich: Wer in die Zisterne neben der legendären Hagia Sophia hinabsteigt, begibt sich auf Entdeckungstour durch die Antike. Sogar James Bond ruderte hier schon durch die Dunkelheit.

Tag 3: Bursa
Relaxen Sie in einem traditionellen türkischen Bad, besuchen Sie ein Teehaus oder den Basar der früheren Hauptstadt des Osmanischen Reichs. Während einer Sema Vorstellung sehen Sie den mystischen Derwischtanz.

Tage 4-5: Selcuk
Gözleme werden die leckeren Pfannkuchen genannt - bei deren Zubereitung sind Sie dabei. Bei einem Rundgang durch Ephesos lebt die Geschichte des oströmischen Reiches auf.

Tag 6: Pamukkale
Heute stehen die Sinterterrassen von Pamukkale und die heißen Quellen von Hierapolis auf dem Programm.

Tage 7-8: Kayaköy
Hauptattraktion des von der UNESCO als "World Friendship and Peace Village" deklarierte Museumsdorf ist eine kleine Geisterstadt. Wir wandern ein Teilstück auf dem lykischen Pfad der zerklüfteten Küste entlang zur Blauen Lagune Ölüdeniz.

Tage 9-10: Kas/Bootsausflug mit Übernachtung
Schwimmen Sie im türkisgrünen Wasser der Ägäis und schlafen Sie unter dem Sternenhimmel an Bord ein.

Tag 11: Konya
In der Hochebene Anatoliens erhalten Sie einen faszinierenden Einblick in die muslimische Religion.

Tage 12-13 Göreme
Majestätisch aufragende Felsspitzen aus Tuffstein erwarten Sie in Kappadokien, einige von ihnen dienten Jahrhunderte lang als Versteck für Höhlenkirchen. Später sind Sie zu Gast bei einer Familie und backen Brot.

Tag 14: Ankara
Ein kurzer Zwischenstopp führt in die Hauptstadt der Türkei.

Tag 15: Istanbul
Am Bosporus endet Ihre Reise.

Leistungen enthalten

Türkei Rundreise wie angegeben, Transport, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm, Besichtigungen, Aktivitäten und Ausflüge wie im Tourverlauf angegeben:
  • Goreme: Spaziergang durch das Tal von Goreme
  • Kayakoy: Geisterstadt
  • Wanderung auf dem Lykischen Weg
  • Pamukkale: Hierapolis & Kalksinterterrassen
  • Selcuk: Archäolgische Stätte Ephesos, Besuch des Dorfes Sirince mit Fruchtweinprobe
  • Gözleme Kochdemonstration inkl. Mittagessen
  • Bursa: Besuch Dervish-Lodge
  • Statdtführung mit Reiseleiter

Leistungen nicht enthalten

Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar), Flughafen- und Ausreisesteuern, nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke, Reiseversicherung, persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld, Vor-/Nachübernachtungen zur Tour, optionale Aktivitäten/Ausflüge, Flughafentransfers

Unterbringung

13x Hotel
1x Boot

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im Doppel- bzw. Mehrbettzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist auch die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (vorbehaltlich Verfügbarkeit, keine Einzelunterbringung an den Tagen 9 und 10 möglich (Tag 10 saisonal abhängig)). EZ-Zuschlag bitte anfragen.

Bitte beachten Sie:
An folgenden Abfahrten verbringen Sie zwei Nächte auf dem Boot: 29.08.16, 01.09.16, 05.09.16, 08.09.16

Verpflegung

12x Frühstück
2x Mittagessen
2x Abendessen

Es sind keine weiteren Mahlzeiten enthalten. Dies soll Ihnen Flexibilität bei der Wahl der Mahlzeiten und die Möglichkeit geben die einheimische Küche kennenzulernen. Bitte planen Sie ca. EUR 250 für nicht enthaltene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter

Transportarten

Fähre, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Boot, Taxi, Privatfahrzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns - wir beraten Sie gerne.

Flughafentransfer

Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns - wir beraten Sie gerne.

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

ISTANBUL:
Hagia Sophia - TRY30
Basilica Cistern - TRY30
Whirling Dervish Show - TRY60
Topkapi Palast - TRY45
Chora Kirche - TRY15
Archäologie Museum - TRY20
Museum für Türkische & Islamische Kunst - TRY25
Turkische Hamam (inkl. Massage) - TRY120
Blaue Mosche - kostenfrei
Bosphorus Bootstour - TRY25
Galata Tower - TRY18
Great Palace Mosaikmuseum - TRY10

BURSA:
Hamam - TRY65
City Museum - TRY5
Muradiye Komplex - kostenfrei

SELCUK:
Basilika of St John - TRY10
Archäologisches Museum - TRY15
Ephesus Terrassenhäuser - TRY40
Meryemana (Mary's House) Eintritt - TRY20

PAMUKKALE:
Hierapolis Museum - TRY5
Hierapolis Cleopatra Pool - TRY35

KAYAKOY:
Oludeniz Blue Lagoon - TRY6

KONJA:
Karatay Museum - TRY5
Mevlana Museum - TRY5

GOREME:
Heißluftballonflug (Deluxe) - EUR230
Heißluftballonflug (Standard) - EUR165
Hausgemachtes Abendessen - TRY30
Underground City - TRY20
Open Air Museum - TRY25
Anatolische Folklore Nacht - TRY50

Bitte beachten Sie, dass sich Preise / Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Days 1-2 Istanbul
Hosgeldinz! Welcome to Istanbul.
Your adventure begins with a Welcome Meeting at 6pm on Day 1.
Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where it will take place. If you can't arrange a flight that will arrive in time, you may wish to arrive a day early so you're able to attend. We'll be happy to book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability). If you're going to be late, please inform the hotel reception. We'll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please ensure you have all these details to provide to your leader.
Istanbul is the only city in the world to straddle two continents, so it will come as no surprise that this vast metropolis is home to a beguiling mix of different cultures and traditions, blending the influences of both east and west. Originally founded by Greek settlers over 2000 years ago, Istanbul originally went by the name of Byzantium, then Constantinople when the Romans made it the capital of their eastern empire. Today, intriguing Istanbul is a bustling mega-city with a population of over 12 million people and a rich history and food scene waiting to be explored.
On Day 2 our time is spent discovering some of the hidden charms of Istanbul, the city that bridges Europe and Asia, including the areas around Sultanahmet and Port Eminonu. We take a leisurely walk to explore the city's dazzling array of cultural and historical sites. We get off the beaten track possibly discovering the backstreets and visiting lesser-known sites. We also visit the local spice markets and Bazaar quarter ending our walk at the busy port of Eminonu. Each of our leaders has their own unique view of Istanbul to show you, an insight that only someone very familiar to a city can give.
The rest of our afternoon is free to check out the Grand Bazaar (note the Bazaar is closed on Sundays), make a visit to Aya Sofya, the home of beautiful mosaics and an incredible reminder of the city that was once Constantinople. Consider taking in some famous sites such as the Ancient Hippodrome, formerly the cultural focus of the Byzantine Empire. See Istanbul's most famous landmark, the Blue Mosque. Whilst entry is free, it is good custom to make a donation of a lira or two after your visit. This is a working mosque and part of its role is to look after the less fortunate in the community. Visit the Archaeology Museum which contains an incredible array of ancient exhibits of particular interest the artefacts from infamous Troy. Visit the atmospheric underground Cistern, a vast underwater storage tank built in 532 AD. If all of this makes you a little tired then an hour or two spent in a hamam (Turkish bath) will leave you rejuvenated for the start of your journey. Maybe head down to the Bosphorus and take a ferry cruise on one of the world's most celebrated waterways or grab a fresh fish roll for lunch. For Monday departures we recommend you visit the magnificent opulence of Topkapi Palace on day 1 as it is closed on Tuesday.

Included Activities

- Istanbul - Leader-led walking tour

Optional Activities
- Istanbul - Hagia Sophia - TRY30
- Istanbul - Basilica Cistern - TRY30
- Istanbul - Whirling Dervish show - TRY60
- Topkapi Palace - TRY45
- Istanbul - Chora Church - TRY15
- Istanbul - Archaeology Museum - TRY20
- Istanbul - Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts - TRY25
- Istanbul - Turkish Hamam (incl. massage) - TRY120
- Istanbul - Blue Mosque - Free
- Bosphorus Boat Cruise, Istanbul (Public) - TRY25
- Galata Tower - TRY18
- Istanbul - Great Palace Mosaic Museum - TRY10

Accommodation
Hotel (2 nts)

Day 3 Bursa
Depart Istanbul this morning by a fast ferry to the port of Yalova (approx. 1 hour). Then it's onto a local bus to Bursa, where we will stay the night (approx. 1.5 hours).
Bursa is an old and important city with a rich and varied history. It had a central role in the creation of the Ottoman Empire and from 1326-1402 AD actually served as the Sultan's capital. With elegant mosques such as the supremely beautiful Yesil Camii, an intriguing covered bazaar and teahouses filled with locals, Bursa offers us a glimpse of traditional Turkish life.
The afternoon is spent exploring the warren of streets and old Ottoman hans (warehouses). Bursa is also home to thermal springs nearby at Cekirge, famously used by Byzantine imperial families. Why not treat yourself to a soak, steam, and scrub Turkish style. The Turkish traditional shadow puppet shows, which were originally created here in Bursa, are a cultural highlight, as is the local kebab - the hearty iskender.
Tonight we have the highlight for many of our passengers, to be guests at a Dervish Lodge, see the performance of the Sema and learn a bit more about their mesmerising culture.
Our hotel tonight is one of the oldest in Bursa and is centrally located opposite the Ulu Mosque and next to the historical covered market.

Included Activities
- Bursa - Dervish Lodge Visit

Optional Activities
- Bursa - Hamam - TRY65
- Bursa - City Museum - TRY5
- Bursa - Muradiye Complex - Free

Accommodation
Hotel (1 nt)

Days 4-5 Selcuk
Travel by public bus to Selcuk (approx. 7hrs), our base for discovering Ephesus, former capital of the East Roman Empire and the best preserved ancient city in Turkey.
Selcuk is steeped in culture and retains many Turkish traditions. The town itself is usually undisturbed, which gives the opportunity to experience the 'real' Turkey. On the slopes of Ayasoluk Hill lie several historical buildings, including the Isa Bey Mosque and the Grand Fortress. Selcuk is also home to one of the ancient world's Seven Wonders – the Temple of Artemis – although, sadly, only a single pylon remains.
We will arrive in Selcuk with enough time to check in to our Guest house and then take a leader led orientation walk of the town.
On the morning of Day 5 we take a private mini van to the site of Ephesus admiring the amphitheatre and famous library.
Ephesus is one of the best-preserved classical city in the eastern Mediterranean and Turkey's premier tourist site. Once the capital city of Roman Asia Minor, the city has a fascinating history spanning over 1,500 years, which comes alive with a local guide to enhance the experience. You will be awed by the sophistication of this ancient city, which had running water, public toilets, a renowned medical institute, a brothel and Roman baths. The theatre is well preserved and regularly hosts concerts, but it's perhaps the magnificent library that takes most people's breath away.
St John is said to have travelled to Ephesus at the end of his life in AD 100 and written the Book of Revelations on top of Ayasuluk Hill. Emperor Justinian built a massive basilica upon a 4th-century tomb and church which were believed to house St John's remains. Although destroyed by earthquakes and invasions, the site is still impressive.
Visit a family-run restaurant where gozleme - the famous and very popular Turkish pancake with thin, flaky pastry filled with local ingredients such as spinach and feta cheese - is their specialty. Here we will watch a demonstration of how this renowned dish is made before enjoying a gozleme feast for lunch.
This afternoon head out to the nearby village of Sirince and taste some locally produced fruit wines. This authentic Greek Ottoman village seems to have been overlooked by modern development and is a photographer's dream.
Consider a visit to the excellent Ephesus museum located in the heart of Selcuk for a deeper understanding of the ruins. St John is said to have written his gospel in this town and the historic Basilica of St John was erected upon his grave site in the 6th century. There is also a hilltop citadel, first constructed by the Byzantines in the 6th century.

Included Activities
- Selcuk - Ephesus archaeological site
- Selcuk - Gozleme making demonstration and lunch
- Selcuk - Sirince visit & fruit wine tasting

Optional Activities
- Selcuk - Basilica of St John - TRY10
- Selcuk - Archaeological Museum - TRY15
- Selcuk - Ephesus Terrace houses - TRY40
- Selcuk - Meryemana (Mary's House) entrance fee - TRY20

Accommodation
Hotel (2 nts)

Day 6 Pamukkale
A train ride (3.5 hrs) inland through mountainous landscapes brings us to one of Turkey's most photographed sites - the gleaming white travertine terraces of Pamukkale, which are made from limestone deposits formed when water from the hot springs lose carbon dioxide. The layers of the white calcium carbonate have given Pamukkale its name 'cotton castles'. The pools, now off limits, have been famed for their medicinal qualities since Roman times.
Though we are not able to bathe in the world-famous Travertines, take a walk through them (no shoes please!) and bathe in healing thermal springs at the nearby Roman site of Hierapolis. Home to an oracle at one time, a well-preserved Roman theatre still remains here. Wander the colonnaded streets and discover the necropolis with its many unique tombs, looking every bit like a scene from judgement day.

Included Activities

- Pamukkale - Hierapolis & Travertines National Park

Optional Activities

- Pamukkale - Hierapolis Museum - TRY5
- Pamukkale - Hierapolis Cleopatra pool - TRY35

Days 7-8 Kayakoy
A bus ride south (approx. 4.5 hours) takes us away from the tourists to the small village of Kayakoy. This small village acts as our base to explore the many attractions of this scenic section of the Mediterranean coast including the resort town of Fethiye.
Kayakoy was once a ghost village, its ancient stone houses abandoned after their Greek inhabitants left Turkey during the great population exchange of the 1920s. Now protected by the Turkish government, it provides the opportunity to enjoy a quiet, traditional Turkish lifestyle. This small village is a good base to explore the many attractions of this scenic section of the Mediterranean coast, including the resort town of Fethiye and the famous Blue Lagoon.
Open 24 hours, the ghost village has an entrance fee which helps towards the upkeep of the paths and rubbish clearance. One church in the lower area of the village, Kataponagia, is of particular interest due to an interesting room out the back - it was used to collect the bones of the dead. Wander the ruins and enjoy the solitude.
On day 8 we set out on a half day trek along a section of rugged coastline, following part of the Lycian way to nearby Oludeniz (approx. 6kms) where you can swim in the famous Blue Lagoon
Please note that the trek to Oludeniz is rated moderate to difficult and a good level of fitness is required. The terrain under foot is sometimes slippery and uneven and there are periods of ascent and descent. Good walking shoes are certainly required. If you do have a good level of fitness this will be an extremely enjoyable and rewarding walk. If you are unsure as to your capability to complete this walk please discuss with your group leader prior, so that other arrangements can be made for this day.

Included Activities

- Kayakoy - Lycian Hike
- Kayakoy

Optional Activities
- Kayakoy - Oludeniz Blue Lagoon - TRY6

Accommodation

Hotel (2 nts)

Days 9-10 Kas / Turquoise coast overnight boat cruise
We make our way from Kayakoy this morning by Dolmus to Fethiye. Some spectacular coastal scenery greets us on our drive. From there we take a public bus to Kas ( approx. 2.5hrs ). The picturesque village of Kas is the starting point for our fantastic boat trip and is the southern most of all the Turkish resorts.
With its cobbled streets and whitewashed walls, Kas has a distinctively Mediterranean feel. The best places in town to swim are from the waterfront restaurants that have their own private water access. For the price of an occasional drink, you get your own deck chair, umbrella and unbeatable views. When the sun goes down there is the chance to explore the handicraft markets where you can find beautiful handmade wares with a distinctly Turkish flavour.
Once we have checked in take a leader led walking tour of the town.
Swim and snorkel in crystal blue waters, feast on fabulous local cuisine (sometimes fish caught from our boat), cruise over an ancient sunken city and explore Lycian tombs. Sleep beneath the stars on mattresses, blankets and pillows. There's plenty of room both on the deck and inside and there's even a western-style toilet and fresh water to shower.
Due to varying weather conditions over the season we have a varying itinerary as follows:
- During the cooler months of March, April, October and November we don't spend a night on the boat and instead stay in a local guest house for two nights in Kas.
- During the months of May, June and September our normal itinerary will run with one night on the boat and one night in a local guest house in Kas.
- During the months of July and August we spend two nights on the boat, and don't spend a night in the guest house.

Optional Activities
- Kas - Handicraft market - Free

Accommodation
Overnight boat (1 nt), Hotel (1 nt)

Day 11 Konya
An epic journey by van and bus sees us head away from the coast and move inland to Konya on the plains of the Anatolian steppe. We travel from Kas to Antalya in a small van ( approx 3.5hrs ). After a quick lunch stop at Antalya bus station we board a large coach for the journey to Konya ( approx 5.5hrs ). While it is a long day of travel the diversity of the scenery will keep you entertained as we cross the Toros Mountain range.
Konya is the perfect opportunity to sample a traditional Turkish city where mainstream tourism is yet to arrive. The city is closely linked with the whirling dervish sect of Islam developed by Celaleddin Rumi (or Mevlana) in the 13th century. Rumi is considered one of Islam's greatest Sufi mystics.
Celaleddin developed a philosophy of spiritual union, captured in his poetic writings, the greatest of which - 'Mathnawi' - is still revered today. Mevlana (our master) as he came to be known, believed that music and dance represented a means to induce an ecstatic state of universal love and divine union, and devised the whirling sema ritual. You can visit the original Tekke of Mevlana which holds many dervish religious relics and is also the final resting place for the master himself. There's also an exhibit which explains the lifestyle of the Mevlevis.
Get your bearings on an orientation walk with your leader, on the way to dinner this evening.

Optional Activities
- Konya - Karatay Museum - TRY5
- Konya - Mevlana Museum - TRY5

Days 12-13 Goreme
We leave Konya this morning by bus (approx. 4hrs) heading to Goreme in the Cappadocia Region.
Cappadocia fascinates all travellers. Shaped by wind and water, its otherworldly rock formations have to be seen to be believed. Rock hewn churches, cave homes and incredible underground cities wait to be explored. In times of peace the people in this region lived on the land but in times of war or persecution they took to living underground.
This evening take an orientation walk with your leader through this enchanting little town.
On the morning of day 13 we take a walk through one of the nearby valleys; it could be the Valley of Love where the rock formations will astound you or any of the other fantastic scenic routes that our leaders know.
During our stay, we have the option of l enjoying a meal with a local family in their own home. This is a unique experience - enjoy the famous hospitality of a Turkish family and admire the spectacular views of surrounding landscapes at the same time.
This dinner is optional.
Cappadocia's main attraction and the customary starting point for an overview of what the region has to offer, the World Heritage-listed Goreme Open Air Museum is a monastic complex composed of churches, rectories and dwellings, and one of the earliest centres for religious education. The practice of monasticism was developed by St Basil the Great in the 4th century as a reaction to his increased disillusionment with the materialism of the church. St Basil's definition of monastic life, based on the idea that men should live in small, self-sufficient units with an emphasis on poverty, obedience, labour and religious devotion, took root in Cappadocia, later becoming the basis for the Orthodox monastic system. There are at least 10 churches and chapels in the museum area, dating between AD900 and 1200, each one named after a prominent attribute by the local villagers who were exploring these caves long before there was an entrance fee. The best of the churches are the Chapel of St Basil, Apple Church, Sandal Church, Chapel of St Barbara, the nun's convent and the Buckle Church.
This is a world of homes hewn in rock, cave churches and underground cities - it needs to be seen to be believed. Take a hike through local valleys to get up close and personal with the amazing landscape or ask your leader for more information on how to visit one of the underground cities.
Explore these fascinating underground cities, fairytale landscapes and fresco-filled rock-carved churches. Head deep underground into one of the cities that was used during times of invasion and hike through surreal landscapes.
Without a doubt, one of the most amazing memories of this journey could be of a hot air balloon ride over the majestic landscape. This aerial tour of the region is guided by our experienced operators and is an incredibly memorable experience. Note: this is an optional activity and the cost varies depending on what type of flight you choose.
Please note this activity can only be booked locally. Please speak to your trip leader on Day 1 to organise this.

Included Activities
- Goreme - Valley walk

Optional Activities
- Goreme - Balloon flight (deluxe) - EUR230
- Goreme - Balloon flight (standard) - EUR165
- Homecooked Dinner Dinner at Cappadoccian Family House - TRY30
- Goreme - Underground city - TRY20
- Goreme Open Air Museum - TRY25
- Goreme - Anatolian folklore night - TRY50

Accommodation
Hotel (2 nts)

Day 14 Ankara
This morning we wave the fairy chimney’s a fond good-bye and travel by local bus to the capital Ankara. Once a small town of only a few thousand people and a history dating back to the second millennium BC; Ankara rose to fame to hold a symbolic place in the hearts of modern Turks. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and his friend’s made Ankara the centre of their resistance movement against the allies in 1920. After the success of the Turkish War of Independence the new Turkish Republic was established in Ankara in 1923.
Arriving at the at the main bus station we take the metro into the historical district; Ulus, close to the city centre. This afternoon there is the opportunity to visit An?tkabir (Monumental Tomb), the Mausoleum of Kemal Atatürk, founder and first president of the Turkish Republic . Housing Ataturks tomb and displays of his personal effects and memorabilia, as well as several of his official automobiles. A multimedia show about his life will fill you in on this most important period in Turkish history. A must see to appreciate modern Turkey.
The Sengul Hamam is located just 1,5km from our hotel if you want to scrub away the last of the Cappadocian dust.
This evening your Tour Leader will offer you a last night optional dinner. Why not take the metro to lively Kzilay or the Tunali district very cosmopolitan, and popular among the young. The back streets are full of cafes, restaurants, pubs to rock venues.

Day 15 Istanbul
This morning nice and early we make our way by Metro to the bus station for our journey back to Istanbul. We will depart Ankara at approximately 9.00am with an expected arrival time of 4.00pm into the Büyük Otogar (big bus station) of Istanbul. Your tour will finish on arrival at the bus station and your Intrepid Leader is available to assist you with your travel plans.
Transport facilities are available at the Otogar including Metro, Local Bus and Taxi to take you anywhere in the greater Istanbul. If you traveling directly to the airport; we recommend using the Metro station here at the Otogar which will take appx. 20 minutes reach the airport and no traffic.

We recommend not booking flights any earlier than 7pm to allow for any train arrival delays, time to transfer to the airport and check-in time required at the airport.
There is no accommodation included for tonight.
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    • Mo, 23.09.2019 - Mo, 07.10.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 1.180 € anfragen buchen
  • Oktober 2019

    • Do, 03.10.2019 - Do, 17.10.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 1.180 € anfragen buchen
    • Mo, 14.10.2019 - Mo, 28.10.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 1.180 € anfragen buchen
  • November 2019

    • Mo, 04.11.2019 - Mo, 18.11.2019 Freie Plätze Start garantiert 1.180 € anfragen buchen
TOURSTIL:
Für alle, die die Welt so entdecken möchten, wie sie wirklich ist. Sie wollen Land und Leute richtig kennen lernen und jeden Tag spannende neue Erfahrungen machen. Sie unternehmen viele Aktivitäten in der Gruppe, haben aber auch individuellen Freiraum für eigene Erkundungen. Individuelle Freiheit wird mit der Sicherheit und dem gemeinschaftlichen Erlebnis einer kleinen Gruppe kombiniert. Mahlzeiten sind teilweise inbegriffen. Die Unterbringung reicht von einfachen oder Touristenklassehotels (2-3 Sterne) bis hin zur Unterbringung bei einheimischen Gastfamilien. Auch die Transportmittel variieren. Das authentische Erleben der Region, Kultur und Menschen vor Ort steht im Vordergrund.