Fly & Drive Parels van de Oriënt
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Fly & Drive Parels van de Oriënt

Created: Thursday, September 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, February 3, 2024
Ref ID: 5629634
Total price From 2.638 €
Created: Thursday, September 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, February 3, 2024
Destinations: Antalya, Ürgüp, Ankara, Istanbul


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03 Feb
Transport from Amsterdam to Antalya
Corendon Airlines
Corendon Airlines Corendon Airlines - XC613 - Operated by: Corendon
09:00 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
14:50 - Antalya, Antalya (AYT)
3h 50m 1 PC Nonstop Fare: Flex
Transport:  XC613 Operated by:  Corendon
Cabin Class: Economy
Fare Name: Flex
03 Feb
Car rental
Citroen C4 Cactus SUV /AC/A/DI/4dr
A/C 4 doors 4 people
Citroen C4 Cactus SUV /AC/A/DI/4dr or similar
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Automatic transmission
Unlimited mileage
Oneway kosten - 283,20 €
Driver age

Minimum 28, Maximum 75

Fuel Policy
Volle tank bij het ophalen
General payment terms
700 EUR charged in CreditCard
Theft protection
Inbegrepen, controleer de voorwaarden
Collision damage waiver
Inbegrepen, controleer de voorwaarden

Antalya luchthaven (Representant Service) - Telephone:

Antalya, Turkije


Istanbul Grand Airport (Meet & Greet in arrival hall) - Telephone

Tayakadin Mahallesi Ibrahim Aga Cad. No:1 Arnavutk, Istanbul, Turkije

03 Feb
1. Antalya
About the destination: Antalya is the largest city on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and is one of the hubs of the so-called Turkish Riviera. Having the most beautiful and the cleanest shores of the Mediterranean, along with the long coastal line of Antalya, one encounters antique sites, old ports, monumental graves, dramatic shores, endless beaches, green forests, rivers and waterfalls. Kaleici, enclosed in ancient city walls, is Antalya’s Old Quarter. It is one of the liveliest parts in the city with shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment facilities. The streets of Kaleici extend to the old harbour, which is used as an international yacht marina today. In the picturesque Old Quarter, you’ll find examples of Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman eras and numerous archaeological cities and historic buildings to explore. Antalya is an attractive city with shady palm-lined boulevards, considered by many as a paradise on earth and the pearl of the Mediterranean. Not bad, huh?
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07 Feb
Car journey 511 Kilometers - 6h 49m
07 Feb
2. Ürgüp
About the destination: Ürgüp is a town and district of Nevşehir Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. Located in the historical region of Cappadocia it is renowned for its nightlife and for its good adjustment to tourism making it a popular night stop for Cappadocia tourists. Ürgüp has traditionally been the tourism center of Central Anatolia's Cappadocia region. The city itself is most famous for its houses and hotels carved within the caves. There are also some bars, restaurants and nightclubs built next to these caves. It's one of the most common tourists' places in the Cappadocia region. Ürgüp is a great base with an easy access to all Cappadocia's main sights. Hot air ballooning is very popular, and a fantastic way to see the area's beauty from above.
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10 Feb
Car journey 309 Kilometers - 2h 59m
10 Feb
3. Ankara
About the destination: Like Washington, Brasilia, or Canberra, Ankara is the capital but not the first city in Turkey. The city’s modernity surprises those arriving from its primitive countryside. Pleasant and less touristic than Istanbul, Ankara has a handful of interesting sights and tremendous museums. It’s also a transportation hub for travel east and south, and home to all the embassies in Turkey. Atatürk Bulvari is the city’s main north-south boulevard, the boulevard lead to ULUS, the older section of town. Near the southern end of the citadel that dominates the old town, you’ll find the fantastic Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, the museum is one of the best in Turkey and it makes Ankara worthwhile to visit. The setting is unique, a restored Ottoman han and a covered bazaar, houses a collection of artefacts that trace the history of Anatolia from the dawn of time. While in the area, stroll through the bazar, the town-within-a-town inside the citadel walls, and the Alâedin Mosque, the oldest mosque in Ankara. Don’t leave Ankara without visiting Anit Kabur, the tomb of Atatürk. Its sheer size and the museum of Atatürk’s personal effects will give you a sense of Turkey’s immense reverence for its national here. The site is in a large park. Other sight in Ankara include the Temple of Augustus, built in 25 B.C.E. over the site of earlier temples to Cybele, an Anatolian fertility god, and to the Phrygian moon god but later converted into a Byzantine church. Nearby are Haci Bazram Mosque, the Ethnography Museum and the old Parliament. Ankara has a lively social scene, great restaurants and award-winning shopping malls, with a great deal of history dating back to the Romans to top it all off. The nation’s capital is the place to eat out in style, go to a club, visit art galleries, museums or explore antiques shops.
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13 Feb
Car journey 454 Kilometers - 4h 27m
13 Feb
4. Istanbul
About the destination: Istanbul owes its historic importance and its amazing cultural and architectural heritage to its perfect strategic location, straddling the Bosphorus straits which separate Europe and Asia Minor. Through most of its 2,500-year-long history, the city (first known as Byzantium, then as Constantinople and since 1930 as Istanbul) was a cultural melting pot. Today, its population of more than 13 million is almost exclusively Turkish, and many of its people are recent migrants from provincial Turkey, lured by the promise of jobs and careers in this vibrant, fast-growing city. Istanbul is no longer the nation's capital, but is Turkey's economic and cultural powerhouse - a status underlined by its role as a European City of Culture in 2010 and the award of UNESCO World Heritage listing to many of its most important landmarks, which range from stunning Ottoman mosques and Byzantine churches and catacombs to the columns of Hellenistic temples and the remains of massive medieval city walls. But there's more to Istanbul than Byzantine and Ottoman heritage. A fast-growing economy contributed to a flourishing arts and music scene, with a plethora of new bars, clubs, private art galleries, restaurants and designer fashion outlets.
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17 Feb
Transport from Istanbul to Amsterdam
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL1614
17:55 - Istanbul, Istanbul Airport (IST)
19:35 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
3h 40m 0 PC Nonstop
Transport:  KL1614
Cabin Class: Economy

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Total price From 2.638 €
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Transports 2
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