Discover Mystical Turkey on An Exciting 16 Day Tour
Go on a mystical adventure on this amazing 16-day tour from Istanbul visiting some fantastic places including Mt. Nemrut, and Mardin with unique old-Arab style houses.
Merhaba Mardin on guided private tours of this multicultural city. Mardin is an unmissable place to visit as it has such a great mix of cultures that have influenced the area from Yezidi, Christian, Kurdish, Syrian and Turkish.
Mardin Castle, minarets, stone houses on the hillside and meandering lanes there is a lot to see and do in the city. The quaint old city hanging on the edge of the new city is amazing, and a must see on all Mardin guided city tours.
It is a very popular holiday destination for Turkish people, and the government has lots of plans to promote the region and make it as iconic as Ephesus. The markets and bazaars will have you stunned as you try the great street food and but some unique and aromatic spices.
The old town district of Mardin is a must see on custom private tours. It is a perfect place to explore the maze of alleyways which are full of old stone houses with some beautifully carved facades.
Within the old town, there are churches from many religions including Orthodox and Christian. However, the locals who worshiped there have long since left, so they stand as reminders of the once versatility of this city to the many tourists that visit each year.
There are small jewelry workshops and little souvenir stores around but as you walk along the old streets take in the relaxed and free-flowing atmosphere.
Mardin has a lovely Mediterranean climate with beautiful hot, dry summers and wet but pleasant snowy winters. Temperatures can reach anything up to 35°C during the high season. For some snowfall visit Mardin with guided private tours between December and March. In short, Mardin is accessible for holidays at any time of the year.
Turkish Lira is the currency universally used in Turkey. However, Euro and US Dollars are also acceptable. Accommodation and eating out in Turkey is relatively cheap considering the exchange rates always check with yourMardin private tour rep for tips. You have a very comfortable hotel and eat in star restaurants with refreshments for around $80.00 per person per day.
Before booking any private tour holidays to Mardin apply and obtain your entry Visa to Turkey. You can get one online before your departure. Shopping is fantastic in Turkey with street bazaars selling genuine fakes to gold and spices.
For some snowfall visit Mardin with guided private tours between December and March and see the snowcapped mountains. If it's the sun, you want the temperatures can hit up to 40°C in the peak of the summer season in July. However, the other summer months it is pretty tolerable.