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*Visit the biggest Mosaic and Archaeology Museum -2 hours
*Visit the first church in the world, St Pierre -1 hour
*Visit Museum Hotel (Necmi Asfuroglu Museum) -1 hour
*Lunch - about -1 hour
*Visit Uzun Bazaar- about -1 hour.
*Visit old Streets of the town -1 hour
Hizmete Dahil / Dahil Değil
- Professional Guidance Services,
- All Transportation Services Specified in the Tour Program with Luxury Vehicles
- Mandatory Travel Insurance,
- Transfers (Airport transfers)
- All Meals,
- Drinks Taken at All Meals,
- Special Expenditures During the Tour,
- All museum and historical site entrance fees,
- Flight Tickets
Hatay is called the city of civilizations, peace, fraternity, and tolerance. There are people from different ethnicities who live in peace. They are very welcoming and friendly. They basically show respect to each other and their way of life.
Hatay is called a city of civilisations because people from different ethnicities have been living in this city for thousands of years in peace, fraternity and tolerance. Jewish people have been living in the city from the years of before Christ. Muslim Arabs have been living in the city from the 7th century. Muslim Turks have been living in the city from the 11th century. There are also many sects from these religions live in this city in peace.
Hatay's background goes back to the Stone Age so it has a very rich history. The Archaeology and mosaic museum were designed chronologically so you can witness the sections from the Palaeolithic era to this century.
St Pierre came to the city and constructed the first cave church in the world after Jesus Christ's death.
Because of its fertile plain, being a roundabout throughout the history, coming various spices from the Far East, people from different ethnicities, Hatay's cuisine gets very rich and has a good reputation. It was chosen as the 'City of Gastronomy' by UNESCO.
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