Natillus offers discovery tours in Turkey to the most visited places and hidden gems. You will have the chance to explore the most amazing places like locals with English, Russian, Arabic, Spanish, Chinese, French speaking guides. Please contact for 2020 tours and tailor-made group requests.


    • Discover the Imperial Capital of 1500 years With one arm reaching out to Asia and the other to Europe, İstanbul is the only city in the world built on two continents. The Bosphorus courses the waters of the Black Sea, the Sea of Marmara and the Golden Horn through the city’s heart. İstanbul's fate has been sealed by its vital strategic location and its enchanting natural beauty. For more than 1500 years it was the capital of three empires: Roman, Byzantine and the Ottoman Empires. It was beautified accordingly with magnificent monuments and became a metropolis where diverse cultures, nations and religions mingled. Those cultures, nations and religions are the small pieces that form the mosaic of İstanbul. İstanbul’s most important building works started in the Byzantine period and the city was then embellished further during the days of the Ottoman Empire.
    • The museums, churches, palaces, grand mosques, bazaars and sites of natural beauty are countless.
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    The city of Bursa, southeast of the Sea of Marmara, lies on the lower slopes of Mount Uludağ (Mt. Olympos of Mysia, 2543m) It subsequently came under Roman, then Byzantine rule before it became the first capital of the Ottoman Empire in 1326 under the command of Orhan Gazi. Many important Ottoman buildings still remain in Bursa.

    Known as "Green Bursa", the city is filled with gardens and parks and overlooks a verdant plain. It is situated at the centre of an important fruit-growing region. Bursa was, and still is, famous for its peaches, silk, towels and thermal springs.

    Bursa, one of the early capitals of the Ottoman Empire, reflects the early period of Ottoman Culture.

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    Cappadocia is known as an Open Air Museum with Fairy Chimneys beyond dreams. These wonders are elegantly graced with works created by the hand of man.

    The Cappadocian region has been inhabited since prehistoric times During the Middle Bronze Age Cappadocia came under the influence of Assyrian civilization due to extensive trade. During this period writing was introduced, too.

    Due to its location Cappadocia has been a critical and strategic region throughout the years. Important trade routes, including the illustrious Silk Road, traversed it both east and west and north and south. As a result of this heavy traffic, the region has been a complex web of historical and cultural influences, a region where different faiths and philosophies have met and influenced one another. Cappadocia's trade and resources were tempting and so the region was frequently invaded, raided and looted.

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  • Turkish TV Series Tours

    Turkey is currently the second biggest exporter of TV shows in the world. From South America to the Middle East, millions of viewers worldwide tune in every night to watch their favorite Turkish TV series. The fictional stories of these charismatic characters are set and filmed in real locations all around Turkey and mainly Istanbul. Enjoy exploring these locations, which are definitely worth to visit.

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  • Ancient Turkey

    Turkey is a unique country with rich history. Turkey may have more ancient ruins that pretty much anywhere else. The country has been a crossroads of civilisations as long as civilisations have existed.

    Ephesus is rightly acclaimed as one of the world’s great historic sites, with its vast (and very popular) group of excavated buildings dating back to its Roman heyday. Other similar sites run up and down the Aegean coast with highlights like Pergamum running Ephesus a close second when it comes to well-preserved remains, while Troy though more famous, needs a lot of imagination to appreciate its ruins. Lose yourself in the ancient cities and sites of Turkey with NATILLUS.

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  • Holly Tours

    The Seven Churches of the Apocalypse which were mentioned in Revelations are located in Anatolia. Virgin Mary Spent the last days of her life in Ephesus. The first church dedicated to her is also in Ephesus.

    The first eight of the Council meetings which have been held 19 times until now, were held in Turkey. Especially, holding of the first and seventh meetings in Iznik (Nicea) established the tradition of holding these meetings regularly.

    The believers of Christ were called "Christian" for the first time in Antakya. The first church of Christianity was carved in a cave in Antioch and called St. Peter's Grotto.

    Saint Nicholas was born in Patara and became bishop in Myra. The Apostle St. Philip lived in Hierapolis and was martyred there. It’s only small part of big influences, what have changed the world.

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