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Our classic tour of Turkey, this action-packed journey covers the most unmissable destinations in the country including Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia, the ruins of Ephesus, Troy and much more!

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Extraordinary Holiday Packages & Tours to Turkey

Looking for an unforgettable experience to explore ancient wonders? Look no further than a package tour to Turkey. From the bustling grand bazaars of Istanbul to the laid back seashore of Kabak Bay, Turkey provides an authentic cultural experience.

Enjoy expertly crafted holidays that provide everything you need for an affordable, stress-free, and memorable trip

Exoticca’s all-inclusive packages cover flights, hotels, tours, and transfers, so you can relax without worrying about the little details. Some itineraries also include meals.

Allow experienced guides to walk you through Turkey’s rich history, vibrant cuisine, and breathtaking landscapes.

Trips to Turkey from the UK


If you’re looking for a unique and unforgettable holiday experience, a package tour to Turkey may be what you need. 

Turkey is a fascinating country at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. It offers a blend of cultures, history, and stunning natural landscapes.

It has something for everyone, from the mesmerizing streets of Istanbul to the tranquil beaches of the Mediterranean coast. 

Explore ancient historical sites such as the iconic Hagia Sophia and the impressive ruins of Ephesus. Indulge in the delicious Turkish cuisine, from savory kebabs to sweet baklava.

Holiday packages to Turkey from the UK provide an unforgettable experience while we handle all the logistics. Whether you’re traveling alone or with others, we have the perfect package for a superb breakaway.

Top points of interest in Turkey

Explore Turkey’s rich culture and history with these top points of interest. Turkey offers a wealth of attractions for all travelers.


Istanbul is a melting pot of culture and history formed by ancient civilizations. Experience influences from the Greeks, Romans, Persians, Venetians, and Ottomans on your trip to Turkey.

Marvel at the city’s historic buildings, diverse neighborhoods, and lively bazaars. Indulge in the delicious cuisine, from classic kebabs and mezze to the fruity aroma of shisha.

Experience everyday life in Ottoman-era Turkey at the Grand Bazaar. It boasts over 4,000 shops and cafes to people-watch and pick up bargaining tips.

Visit iconic attractions like the Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, and Topkapi Palace. Istanbul has something for everyone, from foodies to history buffs.


Turkey’s capital is a world away from the popular resort towns and offers an authentic Turkish experience. Ankara’s fascinating mix of history, culture, and vibrant street life captivates visitors. 

From the Mausoleum of Ataturk to the Ankara Castle, this city has something for everyone. The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and Kocatepe Mosque are must-see attractions.

Explore different neighborhoods like trendy Kizilay and cultural Cankaya. Head to Genclik Park to enjoy a fairground with traditional food kiosks and a mesmerizing illumination show over the lake. 

Ankara is a paradise for history enthusiasts and those craving an authentic cultural Turkey tour.


This famous resort town on the Turquoise Coast boasts well-preserved historic sites and stunning natural landscapes. 

The old town of Kaleici offers a slice of authentic local culture, with mosques, Ottoman monuments, and crumbling Roman ruins. 

Explore the Antalya Archaeological Museum, one of Turkey’s most prominent, showcasing over 5,000 works of art. It includes displays of Roman statues and Hellenistic pottery.

Explore the ruins of Perge, an ancient Greek city thought to date back to the Bronze Age, with a quick 20-minute drive.

Antalya also boasts Lara and Konyaalti Beach, two popular shores for sunbathing and water sports. 

This historic town features Turkish culture, stunning landscapes, and beaches to enjoy during your trip to Turkey. 


This historic city was once the capital of two different societies, the Roman Empire’s Asian province and Hellenic Greece.

The site’s most famous structure, the Temple of Artemis, is among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. 

The city is also significant to archaeologists and theologians. Its ties to St. Paul and St. John made it a popular pilgrimage place for early Christians. 

The Basilica of St. John, built on the burial site of John the Apostle, holds great importance to Christian pilgrims.

Explore impressive ancient structures, including the well-preserved Library of Celsus, the Great Theatre, and the Roman House.

Visit extraordinary destinations like Troy, Bodrum, and Cappadocia to gain the most value from your package tour to Turkey.

Book your trip to Turkey with Exoticca


Exoticca offers all-inclusive trips to Turkey for authentic cultural experiences, historical attractions, and sensory food experiences. Create lasting memories with our stress-free holiday options.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

At Exoticca, we’re committed to making travel accessible and affordable for everyone. You won’t have to break the bank to experience other cultures and enjoy new adventures.

We’re a one-stop shop for your holiday packages to Turkey from the UK. We include top-quality accommodation, flights from major airlines, carefully curated tours, and safe and reliable airport transfers. 

With knowledgeable local guides, you’ll enjoy unforgettable tours to visit iconic landmarks and experience local cultures. 

You can sit back, relax, and enjoy your holiday with peace of mind. Our goal is to make your holiday planning stress-free and enjoyable from start to finish.

You won’t have to worry about hidden fees or unexpected expenses during your trip. Exoticca’s Turkey holiday packages are all-inclusive and provide maximum value and convenience

Please note that not all packages provide meals. Kindly confirm your tour details before booking.

Turkey trips partially or fully guided

Discover the charm of Turkey like never before with Exoticca’s fully or partially guided group trips

Experienced local guides offer a unique insight into Turkey’s rich history and cultural heritage, taking you on unforgettable tours. 

Our guided trips cater to all travelers, ensuring everyone gets the most out of their holiday packages to Turkey.

Discover the rich tapestry of Turkey’s history and culture with our team of experts. We’ll help you choose the right trip to fulfill your travel wishes.

Crafted by our own travel experts

At Exoticca, we understand that planning a trip to Turkey can be daunting. Our travel experts continuously aim to prepare the perfect travel package for you.

Our experts use their extensive knowledge and experience in Turkey to create unique and memorable travel packages.

Explore Turkey’s ancient historical landmarks or immerse yourself in the local culture. We work closely with local guides and tour operators to ensure you enjoy an authentic Turkish experience.

With Exoticca, you can trust your travel package will provide you with extraordinary trips in Turkey.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a vacation to Turkey cost?


The price of trip packages to Turkey varies depending on factors like the duration, level of luxury, and planned activities. The largest chunk of your vacation expenses land on accommodation and transport costs.

What is the best month to visit Turkey?


The most popular time to visit Turkey is April, May, September, and October. Enjoy the pleasant weather and smaller tourist crowds during these months. You can also visit during other seasons, depending on your preferences.

Is Turkey an affordable vacation?


Prices for accommodation, food, and activities are ‌lower than in other European countries. Turkey is an excellent destination for budget-conscious travelers who want to experience fascinating cultures, history, and delicious cuisine.

How many days do you need for Turkey?


The number of days for a package tour to Turkey depends on the traveler’s interests and itinerary. Set aside a minimum of 7–10 days to see the major cities and attractions. A trip of 10–14 days would be ideal for a more relaxed journey.

Where is the best food in Turkey?


Turkey is known for its delicious and diverse cuisine, with each area having its specialty dishes. 
Gaziantep, known as the culinary capital of Turkey, offers delicious dishes like baklava, kebabs, and the local specialty, lahmacun. Istanbul is especially famous for its street food.

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A continent-spanning country, divided between Europe and Asia, Turkey is known for its diverse and vibrant culture, ancient civilisations and dizzying whirling dervishes. The former capital and largest city of Istanbul sits on the winding Bosphorus Strait and is home to dozen of cultural and architectural treasures, from the Hagia Sophia to the Blue Mosque and bustling Grand Bazaar.

On the other hand, the modern capital of Ankara is home to the iconic collonaded mausoleum of Ataturk, who founded the Turkish Republic. Delicious cuisine, epic history and vast mountainous landscapes make a Turkey holiday package the ultimate adventure experience, whilst the gorgeous Mediterranean coastlines along the south of the country offer serene beach resorts and plenty of fun in the sun. Bordered by Greece, Georgia, Bulgaria, Armenia, Iran, Iraq and Syria, a package holiday to Turkey opens up a world of culture, thanks to its unique position, once an important stop on the historic Silk Road. A Turkey tour package is the best way to get to grips with the complexity of the country, it’s wide array of natural wonders and its diverse cities and communities.


History of Turkey

Great civilisations, such as the Assyrians, Greeks, Armenians and Urartians, among others, have left their mark on the region across the centuries, with ancient sites, such as Gobekli Tepe, which predates Stonehenge, offering insight into years gone by to visitors on a trip to Turkey. 

The country’s foundations can be traced back to the victory of the Seljuk Turks over the mighty Byzantines in the 11th-century, who continued their dominance until the 13th-century Mongol Invasion when the Sultanate was disintegrated into small principalities. The Ottoman dynasty began to unite these principalities in the later 13th-century and captured and conquered the iconic Byzantine capital of Constantinople in 1453. Under Suleiman the Magnificent the vast Ottoman Empire encompassed a huge part of the world, stretching from Europe to Africa and Asia. 

20th-century Turkish history has been characterised by the Turkish war of independence, led by the national hero, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, which resulted in the abolition of the monarchy and the establishment of a republic in 1923. Visitors on Turkey tours can visit his monumental tomb in the capital of Ankara. Ataturk became the first president of the republic and brought about major changes to Turkish society, encouraging the westernisation of the national culture.


Nature in Turkey

Turkey is home to a vast and diverse landscape, split into seven geographical areas, each with its own unique characteristics. Home to biodiverse wildlife, with as many as 80,000 species, Turkey’s 40 national parks and countless nature reserves provide refuge for an array of spectacular natural treasures and rare wildlife, such as the elusive Anatolian leopard. 

Out of the dozens of bucket-list-worthy natural attractions to discover on Turkey holiday packages, the amazing landscape of Cappadocia stands out. A true natural wonder, Cappadocia is a historic region of Anatolia, home to otherworldly rock formations that have been transformed into a living city. 

Here, ‘fairy chimneys’ or ‘hoodoos’ dot the landscape, and some are even used as homes, churches and hotels. Watching the sunrise or taking a dawn balloon ride over the fairytale landscape of Cappadocia is an unforgettable experience. The glorious hot springs of Pamukkale offer travellers another inspiring natural refuge of glistening white and blue terraced pools. Nicknamed the ‘Cotton Castle’, it’s the perfect place for a relaxing soak. Turkey’s largest lake, Lake Van is located in the southeast of the country, in the shadow of volcanic Mount Numrut and home to four idyllic islands. A final unmissable natural wonder is legendary Mount Ararat, thought to be the mountain where Noah’s Ark landed after the great flood and the tallest point in the country. It’s eternally snow-capped peak is sure to stir your soul and ignite your imagination.


Culture in Turkey

An eclectic blend of cultures, including Turkic, Anatolian and Ottoman traditions, as well as western influences, make up the rich tapestry of Turkey’s culture. Extremes of both eastern and western traditions are represented within the country. Turkey is a secular state and enjoys complete freedom of religion, although the majority of the population follow Islam, seen in the amazing mosques and elaborate religious traditions you’ll encounter on a tour of Turkey. 

One of the country’s most famous cultural ceremonies is the dance of the whirling dervishes, a distinct and captivating Islamic tradition. Turkish cuisine is reason enough to choose a holiday to Turkey, and traditional Turkish music is a soul-stirring soundtrack to everyday life in the cities, with impromptu performances heard throughout the streets and markets. Like many nations, culture differs between rural and urban spheres. Traditional life continues in the farms and villages of the countryside, whilst the countries urban centres are a melting-pot of cosmopolitan cultures and influences, perfectly balancing the new and the old.

Choose a tour of Turkey to encounter a fusion of east and west and a history that stretches back centuries and is etched on the mythical landscapes. Admire the warmth of the locals and the idyllic coastal resorts, but don’t forget to take the time to absorb the aromas of the bustling food markets and the incomparable atmosphere of a nation that straddles two continents and fuses the best of both world.

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    Passport with a minimum of 6 months validity.

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    Visa is not required.

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    Turkish Lira

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