Eastern Turkey is an adventure; it is much less explored than Istanbul and western Turkey. The huge variety of sites span the full breadth of Turkish history from Hattousha, the capital of the Hittite empire, to the monuments of the Turkish Seljuk Kingdom at Sivas and Erzurum, and the old bridges on the Tigris and Euphrates. At Antioquia lies the cave of St-Peter and the Apostles, and at Nemrut Dag the giant statues of the Commagenes display a fascinating hybrid of Hellenistic and Persian art. The abandoned Armenian churches at Kars are among the most picturesque sites in the country.
We have wonderful guides who will show you this unexplored region of Turkey.