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Explore the country that straddles Asia and Europe during your 14 days in Turkey. Jaunt, through its major cities like Istanbul and Ankara, follows the footsteps of Greeks and Romans in Troy, Pergamum, and Ephesus. Alternatively, hike the spellbinding Lycian Trail or follow the footsteps of Saint Paul through the Taurus Mountains. Sail down the Aegean if you want to. With our 12 to 15-day tours in Turkey below, you have a solid amount of time to hit the country’s best sites.

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1. Turkey Exclusive: 12 days in Turkey

Spend 14 days in Turkey and get this view of Pirate castle in Kusadasi.
Kusadasi is known for Greco-Roman ruins and its gorgeous coastline.
Day 1 Arrive in Ankara
Day 2 Discover Turkey’s capital
Day 3 Head to Cappadocia
Day 4 Venture through Konya
Day 5 Tour Antalya, see Perge
Day 6 Relax in Pamukkale
Day 7 Visit Ephesus and Kusadasi
Day 8 Discover Homer’s Troy
Day 9 See Gallipoli’s battlefields
Day 10 Arrive in Istanbul
Day 11 Explore Istanbul’s best sites
Day 12 Say goodbye to Istanbul

Discover Turkey’s must-see destinations on this 12-day tour. Go on a sightseeing tour of Ankara before heading south to jaw-dropping Cappadocia. As much as it is known for fairy chimneys, Cappadocia is also home to numerous underground churches and dwellings. See the terraced pools of Pamukkale and travel back in time to Homer’s Troy. Spend your last few days exploring Istanbul. See the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, and Grand Bazaar. See more 12-day tours in Turkey.

2. A Complete Package: 14 days in Turkey

See the Sultan Ahmed Mosque while spending 14 days in Turkey.
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, is a must-see while in Turkey.
A view of Duden waterfall in Antalya, Turkey.
You can travel to Antalya and feel the cool breeze at Duden Waterfall.
Day 1 Begin your trip in Istanbul
Day 2 Visit Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia and Grand Bazaar
Day 3 Wander through the spice market
Day 4 Explore the underground city of Kaymakli
Day 5 Visit Goreme Museum 
Day 6 Catch a flight to Antalya
Day 7 See Duden Waterfalls
Day 8 Tour Fethiye
Day 9 Explore Fethiye’s islands by boat
Day 10 Head to Bodrum
Day 11 Visit Pamukkale
Day 12 Take in Pamukkale’s thermal springs
Day 13 See the House of Mary
Day 14 Bid farewell to Istanbul 

Cover the most sought-after sites of Turkey in 2 weeks with this tour. Starting and ending in Istanbul, this trip will take you through Goreme, Kaymakli, Fethiye and Pamukkale. Visit the spice market while in Istanbul and cover iconic landmarks, including Hagia Sophia and the Grand Bazaar. Also included is a visit to the Turkish Riveria in Fethiye during which you will visit its surrounding islands. See more 14-day tours in Turkey.

3. Turkey Blues: Turkey in 2 weeks

The thermal water flowing down the travertine terraces in Pamukkale.
Pamukkale's mineral-rich geothermal pools are the ultimate remedy for sore muscles on your adventure!
Day 1 Arrive in Istanbul
Day 2 Explore the city of Ottomans
Day 3 Relive World War I in Gallipoli
Day 4 Visit Troy and Pergamum
Day 5 Venture through Ephesus and Kusadasi
Day 6 Tour Pamukkale
Day 7 Transfer to Bodrum
Day 8 Sail to Orak Island, stay overnight in Cokertme
Day 9 Cruise through Yedi Adalar’s islands
Day 10 Visit Longoz
Day 11 Explore Cleopatra Island
Day 12 Cruise to Kargi Bay
Day 13 Sail to Pabucburnu, return to Bodrum
Day 14 Depart Bodrum 

Sail down the mythical Aegean and unravel the rich past of Turkey in 14 days during this trip. Start in Istanbul and make your way down the coast, stopping in Troy, Pamukkale, and Pergamum. Relive the First World War in Gallipoli and visit Ephesus and Kusadasi. Set sail on the Aegean after you have reached the coast and visit its islands. Describe your ideal 14-day Turkish tour for a customized itinerary.

4. Treasures of Turkey: 15 days in Turkey

The ruins of The Celsus library during sunset in Ephesus.
The magnificent Celsus Library in Ephesus dates back to the early 2nd century.
Day 1 Say hello to Istanbul
Day 2 Cover Istanbul’s historic sights
Day 3 Head for the shores of Gallipoli
Day 4 Visit Troy and Pergamon, arrive in Izmir
Day 5 Tour Ephesus
Day 6 Take in Pamukkale, continue to Fethiye
Day 7 See Saklikent Canyon
Day 8 Visit Dalyan
Day 9 Drive along the coast to Antalya
Day 10 Explore Perge and Aspendos
Day 11 Head for Konya
Day 12 Explore Konya, travel to Cappadocia
Day 13 Visit Cappadocia’s famous sites
Day 14 Fly back to Istanbul
Day 15 Take a final look at Istanbul 

You will not be short of things to do during this 15-day tour. Having explored Istanbul, you are off to encounter breathtaking views of Turkey’s stunning coastline. Visit the shores of Gallipoli and the beautiful city of Antalya. Then see the cascading thermal pools of Pamukkale as well as Perge, home to mosaics dating back to the Bronze Age. Spend two nights soaking up the views of Cappadocia before flying back to Istanbul. See more 15-day tours in Turkey.

The above itineraries are a glimpse into the possibilities that 14 days in Turkey can open up. More ideas for the duration are available in our list of 14-day Turkey itineraries. Don’t have 14 days to spare? Then check out our guide on how many days to spend in Turkey for more ideas. You can also contact our local travel expert to create a customized trip. Or book one of the packaged tours in Turkey.

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Published by Leah Taylor, updated on May 17, 2024

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