3 Days Private Seven Churches Turkey Tour

Seven Churches Tour also Multi day tours, Seven Churches tour minimum 3 days private Turkey tour. Round trip by plane and private transportation with 4 star hotel reservation at the best locations. please see our itinerary below.
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Temple of Artemis


The Celsius Library

Ruins of the ancient city

The House of the Virgin Mary

The temple of Athena

The Altar of Zeus

The Christian church

An ancient Lydia

The temple of Cybele and Diana

The beautiful synagogue

The Asclepion and Health Centre

The Red Basilica

A temple of Serapis

The church of St. Polycarp

Kadifecale (Mount Pagos)

An ancient agora

Day 1
Ephesus and Laodicea day tour (B,L)

You will be picked up from your hotel early in the morning and transferred to the airport for a one hour flight to Izmir. Upon arrival in Izmir, we will meet you at the airport with your name and transfer you to our office in Selcuk town. At 09:30 a.m you will depart for a full day Ephesus tour. When you arrive, you will have a fully guided tour of the ruins. During the tour you will see the Temple of Artemis (one of the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World), the Amphitheater, the Celsius Library, which is still active, ruins left from the ancient city, and the House of the Virgin Mary, her last dwelling place. The tour ends around 5 p.m. and from there you will take a bus to your hotel in Pamukkale.

Day 2
Hierapolis, Philadelphia, Sardis and Thyatira day tour (B,L)

Following breakfast at your hotel, you will depart for a full day tour of Hierapolis, Philadelphia, Sardis and Thyatir. First you will visit Hieropolis and you will see the Asklepion and the acropolis, the theater, the temple of Athena and the Altar of Zeus, which St. John denounced to Pergamon church members as a “Throne of Satan”. After lunch, you will continue to Thyateira, whose church members were commended for their “steadfastness against libertarianism,” which was viewed as a constant threat to the Christian church. You will continue on to Sardis, the capital of ancient Lydia, which also ranked as one of the Seven Sister Churches and as a center of importance for various religious groups. Here you will visit the temple of Cybele and Diana (which later became a Church), the beautiful synagogue, and the gymnasium. From Sardis, you will continue on to Philadelphia, founded during the reign of Attalus II. At the end of the tour you will be transferred to your hotel in Bergama.

Day 3
Pergamon and Izmir day tour (B,L)

Following breakfast in your hotel, you will tour the ancient ruins of Pergamon. We will visit the Asclepion and Health Centre. On your way to the Acropolis, the Red Basilica, originally a temple of Serapis, can be viewed. The most spectacular structure is certainly the theater, a remarkable piece of engineering built into the steep hillside. From there, you will continue to Izmir for the tour of the church of St. Polycarp, Kadifecale (Mount Pagos) and what remains of an ancient agora. You have the option to spend the night in Izmir or transfer to airport and fly back to Istanbul. Upon arrival in Istanbul,we will meet you at the airport with your name and transfer you back to your hotel.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • 2 Flight tickets with all domestic taxes
  • All airport transfer
  • Private minivan
  • 3-day tour mentioned by the itinerary (Guide, Lunch, Transportation and all entrance fees)
  • 3-Night in hotels during the trip with breakfast
  • All meals mentioned by the itinerary. (B –Breakfast, L–Lunch, D–Dinner)
  • Vegetarian meals available
  • Full travel insurance

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Drinks
  • Dinner
  • Tips

All About 3 Days Seven Churches Turkey Tour

Short Turkey Tour

Instruction for the first-century churches

The seven churches of Revelation 2 and 3 were congregations of the Church of God in the first century. Located in Asia Minor (now modern Turkey), these churches represented actual communities of early Christians—not buildings or meeting halls.

In addressing each of these congregations, God said that He knew their works. Knowing the challenges they were facing and how they were responding, He admonished them to repent of their mistakes and to remain faithful in order to receive salvation. Although their circumstances varied, this message was similar for each church.

In closer examination of these messages, it is interesting to note that God clearly understood the difficulties and influences that the members of the congregation in each city had to endure and resist. For example, He knew that the members at Ephesus had lost their “first love” and that they were resisting the negative influence of the Nicolaitans (Revelation 2:4, 6). God also knew the “tribulation, and poverty” those in Smyrna were facing (verse 9).

One important lesson from Revelation 2 and 3 is that God knew the issues facing the churches and members of the first century. Similar to Paul’s letters to various congregations in other cities, these short messages to the seven congregations were intended to encourage the members in these cities to hold fast to God’s way of life so they could be rewarded in the future.

Progressive history of the Church

Addressing this perspective, the late professor Dr. John F. Walvoord notes: “Many expositors believe that in addition to the obvious implication of these messages the seven churches represent the chronological development of church history viewed spiritually. They note that Ephesus seems to be characteristic of the Apostolic Period in general and that the progression of evil climaxing in Laodicea seems to indicate the final state of apostasy of the church. … The order of the messages to the churches seems to be divinely selected to give prophetically the main movement of church history” (John Walvoord, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, 1989, pp. 51-52).

Another scholar, C.I. Scofield (1843-1921), editor of the Scofield Study Bible, gives a similar explanation:

“Again, these messages by their very terms go beyond the local assemblies mentioned. It can be seen that Ephesus (Revelation 2:1-7), though a local church in the apostle’s day, is typical of the first century as a whole; Smyrna (Revelation 2:8-11) characterizes the church under persecution, e.g. from A.D. c. 100-316; Pergamos (Revelation 2:12-17), ‘where Satan dwells’ … is suggestive of the church mixing with the world, e.g. in the Middle Ages; Thyatira (Revelation 2:18-29) reveals how evil progresses in the church and idolatry is practiced; Sardis (Revelation 3:1-6) is representative of the church as dead, yet still having a minority of godly men and women, as during the Reformation; Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7-13) shows revival and a state of spiritual advance; and Laodicea (Revelation 3:14-19) is illustrative of the final state of apostasy which the visible church will experience” (Scofield Study Bible, Revelation 1:20).

While the Bible does not give us specific dates for the time periods or eras of the Church’s development and many of these periods of time overlap, there are indications of this historical progression within these messages to the churches. Here are a few of these apparent indications of the Church’s developing history:

Ephesus, the first church mentioned in the messages to the seven churches of Revelation, served as the center for John’s ministry at the end of the first century. The island of Patmos, where John received the vision recorded in the book of Revelation, was only 50 miles from Ephesus. It is well-known that John preached about love—some refer to him as the apostle of love—to help Christians at that time recapture their “first love” (Revelation 2:4; 1 John 3:10-11, 14, 16-18, 23).

Smyrna, the second church mentioned, was told that it would “have tribulation ten days” (Revelation 2:10). Commenting on this verse, Adam Clarke states: “As the days in this book are what is commonly called prophetic days, each answering to a year, the ten years of tribulation may denote ten years of persecution; and this was precisely the duration of the persecution under Diocletian, during which all the Asiatic Churches were grievously afflicted. Others understand the expression as implying frequency and abundance, as it does in other parts of Scripture” (Adam Clarke Commentary, Revelation 2:10).

Regardless of the exact meaning of “ten days” in Revelation 2:10, history shows that the Church of God faced great persecution in its earliest centuries. As shown, this is implied in the message to Smyrna and is also included in the third message (to Pergamos), in which God refers to “Antipas … My faithful martyr” (Revelation 2:13).

The messages to the last four churches speak of Christ’s return—an indication that at least a remnant of Thyatira, Sardis and Philadelphia will still exist, along with Laodicea, in the end time (Revelation 2:25; Revelation 3:3, 11, 20). Indicating that the progression of history prior to Christ’s return has nearly run its course, Philadelphia is promised protection during “the hour of trial which shall come upon the whole world, to test those who dwell on the earth” (Revelation 3:10).

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3 Days Private Seven Churches Turkey Tour
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Trip Facts

  • Ephesus, Hierapolis, Izmir, Leodicea, Pergamon, Philadelphia, Sardis, Thyatira
  • 3 days
  • Breakfast, Lunch
  • Good as mentioned in Cost Included Section
  • Budget Travel, Cultural, Child Friendly, Weekend trip
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