• Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour
  • Daily Kutahya City Tour

Tour overview

Cinili Mosque is in the highest districts of Kutahya and outside of mosque covered all seramics.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Cinili Mosque-Donenler Mosque-Archaeology Museum-Seyitomer Hoyuk

Itinerary

We will pick up you from your hotel and start your city tour. Cinili Mosque is in the highest distircts of Kutahya and outside of mosque covered all seramics. It has capacity of 500 people and used 30000 seramic plates. Donenler Mosque (Mevlevihane Dergahi) built in the 14th century and later used as a mevlevihane (home to a Mevlevi dervish group), it evokes a Seljuk past with its galleried semahane (hall where Sufi ceremonies are held), which features paintings of tall Mevlevi hats on the columns. Archaeology Museum this old-school provincial museum exhibits finds from Ancient Aizanoi including a masterpiece Roman sarcophagus from Aizanoi's Temple of Zeus, carved with scenes of battling Amazons, and some finely carved grave stelae. There are also displays of interesting ceramics from the Bronze Age site of Seyitomer Hoyuk. Built in 1410, Kutahya's Grand Mosque has chunky marble pillars and intricate Arabic calligraphy decoration bordering its arches and domes. Geology Museum the registered historical building, Sengul Turkish Bath located at the front side of Celal Efendi Prayer Room (Sengul Mosque) is from 16th century. After the restoration, the historical place was put into service in order to promote underground assets and exhibit them on a local and national scale in 2008. Kossuth Museum this stately whitewashed Ottoman building once housed dissident Hungarian parliamentarian Lajos Kossuth (1802–94), and exemplifies upper-class Kütahyan life in the mid-19th century. Along with period furnishings, costumes and weaponry, there are two floors of verandas overlooking a manicured garden and statue of Kossuth. Tile Museum showcases Kütahya's kiln-fired past. Ceramics include 14th-century Seljuk tile fragments and large jugs and plates by 20th-century ceramic artists. Kursunlu Mosque it had been built 1377 at period of Germinyanogullari. Mihrab is decoration and architecture is original. Kutahya Clock Tower, the city square and symbol of the city. Germiyan Street this heritage street of renovated Ottoman houses includes restaurants, cafes. Kent Museum, Kutahya's City Museum presents a good overview of the city and region. Kutahya Fortress looming over Kütahya, this 8th-century Byzantine fortress was restored by the Seljuks, the Germiyan emirs and the Ottomans between the 13th and 15th centuries. Dozens of round tower ruins indicate its former strength. After tour we drop you back to your hotel. We hope your tour was a memorable one and we look forward to seeing you in the future on another TravelShop Booking Tour again. Have a safe trip back home and thanks for choosing us.

VISITED PLACES

Kutahya

Routes

Included

Professional English-speaking tour guides

Pick up from your hotel

Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking coach

Drop back to your hotel

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Guided Kutahya City Tour

All entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary

Excluded

International or Domestic flights

Insurance: All types

Lunch

Daily Kutahya Cooking Lesson & Shopping Tour

Personal expenses: Lunches, extras at hotel or additional meals

Tipping: Tips for guides and drivers

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