Trabzon City

Trabzon City

$149 $99 per person

Boztepe Garden   Boztepe, located at the peak of Trabzon city center, hosts its visitors with its magnificent view. While the city is sipping your tea in the samovar under your feet, watching the blue of the sea gives you a different peace of mind….

Boztepe Garden

 

Boztepe, located at the peak of Trabzon city center, hosts its visitors with its magnificent view. While the city is sipping your tea in the samovar under your feet, watching the blue of the sea gives you a different peace of mind.

 

Hagia Sophia Mosque and Museum

 

It was built during the reign of Manuel Komnenos I (1238 – 1263), one of the kings of the Trabzon Empire. After the conquest of Trabzon by Fatih Sultan Mehmet, the building was converted into a mosque. Hagia Sophia has attracted the attention of travelers and researchers who have visited the city for centuries. It is known that the mosque, which was destroyed in 1868, was repaired from the beginning with the encouragement of Bursalı Rıza Efendi. During the First World War, it was used as a warehouse, and later as a hospital and later as a mosque. It was restored between 1958 and 1962 with the cooperation of the General Directorate of Foundations and Edinburgh University and was opened to visitors as a museum after 1964. Part of the museum was reopened to Muslims after 49 years in 2013

 

Atatürk’s Mansion

 

The mansion was built as a summer residence by Konstantin Kabayanidis on the Soguksu Ridge, which ruled Trabzon in the early 19th century. Large and flamboyant European symbols were used in the building, which has the effects of European and Western Renaissance architecture. However, stone workmanship was used on the exterior of the mansion, and its garden is surrounded by pine trees. Stairs with bricks on the interior are wooden and railing. Tiles are used on the floors and the ceilings are decorated in an empirical way. The water and heat installation was furnished with the advanced technology of the time. Ataturk’s Mansion is a historical place visited by the majority of visitors to Trabzon.

 

Sera Lake

 

Organized as an alternative tourism protected area to Uzungöl, Sera Lake is a natural lake formed by the mountain slope sliding in front of the valley. There are camping and catering facilities around the lake, which is 1.5 km from the beach and 12 km from Trabzon. Lake surroundings, where you will spend your time with the unique view of nature away from the city noise, is suitable for eco tourism and recreational activities. Hiking, camping, sightseeing, kayak rides, picnics, photographing and similar activities can be done around the lake.

  • Departure
    Main City Square, Old Town
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 9:45 AM for a prompt departure at 10:00 AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:00 PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, light jacket...
  • Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfers
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    Personal Guide