Istanbul, the capital of modern Turkey located on the Bosphorus Strait, was once the heart of the great empire of Byzantium. There exists one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – Hagia Sophia.
Explore Ishak Pasha Palace, Mt. Ararat, the highest peak in Turkey, and the ancient Armenian city of Ani.Watch Now >>
The city of Urfa is steeped in history, and its ancient architecture and ruins are not to be missed. A surprise awaits visitors atop Mt. Nemrut, while in Gaziantep one can view the most extensive collection of ancient Roman mosaics in the world that were recently discovered and transferred from the city of Zeugma.Watch 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 >>
As is the case with the Rustem Pasha Mosque, the Blue Mosque also contains striking examples of Iznik tiles. Rudy will also seek out the best of Turkish cuisine, and he will explore the Ciragan Palace Hotel, which has gorgeous views of the Bosphorus Strait.Watch Now >>