Walk in the footsteps of Cleopatra through the ancient city of Ephesus with renowned travel expert Laura McKenzie.
Rudy visits the Eyup Mosque, the fourth most important Islamic site, and the sacred gravesite of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari. Following Ramadan is the three-day festival known as Seker Bayrami (aka Sugar Feast), and the streets come alive with celebration. Topkapi Palace was built on the original site of the Acropolis of Byzantium, and the BosphorusWatch Now >>
Aphrodisias was constructed in honor of the Greek Goddess Aphrodite, and was considered one of the main centers for ancient Roman art. In Pamukkale you will discover one of the natural wonders of the world, the crystal-blue travertine terraces. Finally, visit the ancient site of Sardis where money, in the form of coins, was born.Watch Now >>
It is said that the Silk Road is a crossroad of civilizations, a place where East meets West. Some of the trade-goods exchanged along the Silk Road over the centuries included fine textiles, magnificent oriental rugs, gunpowder, horses, herbs, spices, ceramics, and medicines, among many other things. Your journey down the Silk Road, with yourWatch Now >>