Erzurum TWO DAY TOUR
Aziziye & Mecidiye Fortresses
Twin Minaret Medressa
The Erzurum Houses
7 Lakes (Yedigoller)
Narman Fairy Chimneys
Erzurum Two Day Tour
Day 1 - Erzurum City
Your guide and driver will pick you up after breakfast and head toward the fortresses of Aziziye and Mecidiye. The Abdurrahman tomb and infamous "mystery road" will round out our morning as you head towards the Three Tombs. You will tour a 300-year-old Ottoman home before trying the local eats downtown for lunch. After you've recharged with some delicious local delicacies, see Ulu Mosque, The Twin Minaret Medressa, and the Erzurum Castle. Don't miss the incredible view of the city from the clock tower inside the castle! In Turkey, it's always tea-time. Sit inside of "The Erzurum Houses", Ottoman homes that have been converted into a museum and restaurant and soak in the history and culture. From there, visit an incredible Caravan Saray that was used along the Silk Road! Before heading back to your hotel, you'll stop at a famous local restaurant to have Erzurum's Cag Kebap for dinner.
Day 2 - Surrounding Sights
After breakfast at your hotel, you'll tour the 1,000-year-old Osvank Church. This historic church was built in the 10th Century by two sons of a Georgian king. From there, you'll see the incredible Tortum Waterfall and then enjoy a lakeside lunch from the banks of "Seven Lakes". After lunch, you will hit the roads for a beautiful drive through the mountains until reaching Narman Fairy Chimneys. These tall, red rock formations are truly a spectacular sight. After exploring the area, you'll head back to the city center and finish out your tour with a delicious local dinner.
Inclusions: Hotel, Entrance Fees, Meals, Transfers, English Speaking Tour Guide
Fitness Level: Able to Climb Stairs
Prices From: $280
Tour Length: 2 Days
Start Location: Erzurum, Turkey
End Location: Erzurum, Turkey
"I saw my children see things that most people only dream of seeing. I'm so happy we had this opportunity to explore and experience these amazing places. Thank you SRM for this tour!