TURKEY TOUR PACKAGES FROM MOROCCO

Turkey is a land of vast history, the birthplace of many civilisations and the home of some of history's greatest empires and kingdoms. Turkey delights visitors with its dizzying natural scenery, intriguing ruins from throughout human history, exquisite food and unique handicrafts.

Alaturka Turkey offers a wide range of day tours, cruises, and airport-to-airport package tours to help you make the most of your holiday package time in Turkey and discover the vast array of wonderful experiences that Turkey holds. Alaturka’s Turkey travel packages offer an easy was to explore and experience this land filled with culture, religion and history.

  • Alaturka package tours operate from airport-to-airport. From the moment you arrive in Turkey until the moment you leave, your every need will be catered for by Alaturka, however our tours do not include flights to and from Turkey.

  • Please note that Alaturka does not provide visa services. You will need to obtain a visa before entering Turkey.

  • All of Alaturka's tours are conducted in English.

  • To see our full range of single day and package tours, please scroll to the bottom of the page, or click here.

What to see in Turkey

Istanbul is the starting point for most visitors to Turkey, and has been a major cultural hub for nearly 2000 years, and a crucial site of the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. The most famous sights in Istanbul include the Sultanahmet Camii (Blue Mosque), the Hagia Sophia Mosque, Topkapi Palace, the Basilica Cistern and the Byzantine Wall.

Istanbul offers world-class shopping in its Grand Bazaar, along Istiklal Avenue and the famous Taksim Square, as well as many modern malls.

Alaturka offers a wide selection of tours beginning and ending in Istanbul.

Ephesus
is one of the world's best archaeological sites, at one time being the second-largest city in the Roman Empire and home to the ruins of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Here you can also visit the 24,000 seat Great Theatre and the luxurious Terrace Houses with their beautifully preserved wall frescoes and floor mosaics. Many of Alaturka's tours include Ephesus in the itinerary, and there are also tours beginning from there

Trabzon and the Black Sea
Trabzon is the most popular city for exploring Turkey's stunning Black Sea coastline, an area which enjoys mild, pleasant summers and cool winters. In Trabzon you can enjoy delicious Turkish food at Ataturk Alani Square and visit the Aya Sofya museum. You can also visit beautiful natural sites like the Hidirnebi Plateau and charming Uzungol Lake, situated 1000 metres above sea level and surrounded by mountains on all sides. Trabzon is also famous for the Sumela Monastery, carved into the side of a cliff during the times of the Roman Empire. Travelling west along the spectacular coastal highway, you can also discover Amasya with its rock tombs and riverside Ottoman houses, as well as the fort city of Sinop at Turkey's northernmost point where you can enjoy grilled fish.

Bursa, as the first capital of the Ottoman Empire, is a city rich in history and grandiose Ottoman architecture. Bursa is the final restsing place for many Ottoman sultans, with the Green Tomb of Sultan Mehmed I being the city's most famous attraction. Bursa also boasts some of Turkey's most distinctive and beautiful mosques, such as the Ulucami which is renowned for its striking calligraphy displays, and the Green Mosque which features a fountain in the prayer area. Beside the Green Mosque is a tea area with views of the 2500m peak of Uludag.

Pamukkale is famous for its unusual white cliffs (travertines) and hot springs, which have been used as a spa for over 2000 years. It also features the ancient Roman ruins of Hierapolis. Alaturka has tours to Pamukkale beginning in Istanbul, Ephesus and Fethiye.

Cappadocia is a stunning region of canyons, amazing rock formations, vast underground cities, with houses, churches, monasteries and even a castle carved into the mountainsides. It is also the world's premier location for hot air ballooning. This surrealistic landscape is the must-see destination of Turkey. Almost all of Alaturka's tours visit spectacular Cappadocia.

Antalya is a charming and gorgeous town on Turkey's Mediterranean coast. Antalya offers vast insights into ancient times with a wealth of Roman sites in the surrounding areas, including Perge, a city featuring baths, acropolis and a well-preserved stadium, as well as Aspendos, which is the best preserved ancient Roman theatre in the world. With its fertile location surrounded by mountains and cliffs, Antalya also boasts beautiful national parks and waterfalls. Alaturka offers a variety of tour options for Antalya.

Food in Turkey

Turkish cuisine is world famous with a rich blend of European and Asian influences. Indeed Istanbul is one of the best culinary destinations in the world. The most popular dishes are kebap and pide (Turkish pizza), which consists of flat, crusty bread with beef, lamb, chicken, eggs, cheese or vegetables. Don't forget to try the Turkish delight as well!

Almost all food in Turkey is halal, and there are plenty of options available for vegetarians.

When to visit Turkey

Turkey is a large country with many different climatic regions. The north and east of Turkey have cold winters, while the coastal areas of the Aegean Sea boasts a temperate climate with pleasant weather all year round. The Mediterranean region can get very hot in summer.

The most popular time to visit Turkey is in the summer, from April to October. Tulip season in Istanbul is from late March to early May. The Mediterranean coastline is especially nice in spring (March-May) and Autumn (September-November) with temperatures between 20ºC and 30ºC.

Travel from Morocco to Turkey

Flights from Casablanca airport are available Daily with Air Arabia, Royal Air Maroc, Turkish Airlines. With Air France, Egypt Air, and Lufthansa offering one stop flights daily.

Turkish Airlines offer Direct flights, however they do not offer it every day, check their site for planned schedules.

Turkish visa for Visitors from Morocco  

Holders of Moroccan are exempt from visa for up to 90 days travel from first arrival. Visa conditions can change without notice, so it is best to consult your nearest Turkish embassy or consulate before you travel.

Turkish Embassies and Consulates in Morocco

Turkish Embassy in Rabat
7, Avenue Abdelkrime Benjelloune
10010 Rabat

T: +212 537 66 15 22

Turkish consulate in Fes
Villa Siham 1 rue de Sicile
Avenue Chellah
Route d’Immouzer
Fes

T: +212 535 600 659

Turkish consulate Marrakech
30 Résidence Yamama Issil
Marrakech

T: 212 661 43 78 06

Turkish Delight

Istanbul Ephesus Pamukkale Cappadocia Istanbul

Turkey Adventure

Istanbul Gallipoli Ephesus Pamukkale Cappadocia Istanbul

Historical Highlights

Istanbul Cappadocia Pamukkale Ephesus Istanbul

Istanbul And Cappadocia Highlights

Istanbul Cappadocia Istanbul

Istanbul & West Highlights

Istanbul Ephesus Pamukkale Istanbul

Istanbul To Cappadocia And Antalya

Istanbul Cappadocia Antalya Istanbul (Optional)

Turkey Unlimited

Istanbul Gallipoli Troy Pergamon Ephesus Pamukkale Fethiye Kas Olympos Antalya Konya Cappadocia Istanbul

Alaturka Explorer

Istanbul Gallipoli Ephesus Pamukkale Fethiye Olympos Cappadocia Istanbul

Explore Turkey

Istanbul Ephesus Pamukkale Fethiye Kas Olympos Cappadocia Istanbul

City, Coast And Cappadocia

Istanbul Fethiye Olympos Cappadocia Istanbul

Istanbul, Blue Cruise & Olympos

Istanbul Fethiye Kas Olympos Istanbul

Eastern Turkey Explorer

Istanbul Trabzon Erzurum Ishak Pasha Palace Mount Ararat Ani Cathedral Van Akhtamar Island Hasankeyf Mardin Mount Nemrut Sanliurfa Gobekli Tepe Gaziantep Istanbul (Optional)

Treasures Of Eastern Turkey

Istanbul Kayseri Mount Nemrut Sanliurfa Gobekli Tepe Hasankeyf Akhtamar Island Van Mount Ararat Ishak Pasha Palace Ani Cathedral Erzurum Trabzon Istanbul (Optional)

Istanbul To Blacksea & Trabzon

Istanbul Trabzon Istanbul (Optional)

Biblical Ephesus And Seven Churches

Istanbul Ephesus Istanbul