What's Included

  • First Class Hotels
  • Breakfast and Dinner Daily
  • Deluxe A/C Motor Coaches
  • Guided Tours
  • Gratuities
  • Entrance Fees

Daily Itinerary


USA to Turkey Your spiritual pilgrimage begins as you depart on your international flight for Turkey to IZMIR. Arrive and transfer to hotel

Day 2 Lycus Valley: Colossae, Hierapolis, Laodicea

In church history, Colossae had the distinction of being both the home of Philemon and Onesimus as well as the intended audience of Paul’s Letter to the Colossians. You can still see traces of the theatre, the Necropolis .Laodicea, one of the Seven Churches mentioned in Revelation, was known for its banking, textiles, medical school and spiritual arrogance. Chastising the church for being neither hot nor cold, Jesus entreated them to repent: “As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten…” (Rev. 3:15. 19). And visit HIERAPOLIS.

Day 3 Sardis & Pergamum via Philadelphia and Thyatira

Today’s itinerary includes two of the seven churches mentioned in Revelation (Rev.2:12). Sardis was known for its wealth and power, as evidenced by the immense size of its temple of Artemis, massive gymnasium, and the largest synagogue of the ancient world. Like these once vibrant ruins, the Sardis church was dead even though it appeared alive. Travel on to Pergamum, whose church was condemned for tolerating “the deeds of the Nicolaitans” that Christ hated (Rev. 2:13-17). Pass through Pergamum’s Royal Gates to enter one of the great centers of classic Greek culture, including the foundations of the temples of Zeus, Athena, and Trajan; and the Library, which once held 200,000 parchment volumes. Explore the remains of the Grand Theatre, Gymnasium, you view the fabled Acropolis, towering a thousand feet above the city.

Day 4 Ephesus

Ephesus is another of the Seven Churches of Revelation (Rev. 1:11) and was once a bustling port town graced with wide, colonnade-bordered streets and a population of 250,000. Although spectacular excavations have revealed much of the glory of ancient Ephesus, including the huge Agora and Library, much has been lost. The ancient world once declared the Temple of Artemis to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World but today, only a single column remains to mark its site. The Basilica of St. John, traditional site of his grave, offers a compelling panorama of the area. Explore the Museum of Ephesus for an up-close look at ancient artifacts. You will have plenty of time to explore on your own and recreate some of the footsteps of Paul.

Day 5 Istanbul

Take an early morning flight to Istanbul. You will have a city tour including visits to Hippodrome Square, Blue Mosque, St.Sophia and the Egyptian Bazaar.

Day 6 Return to USA

Depart to the airport for your flight to US

Departure Dates

  1. Tuesday, November 30, 2021
    From $999
Tour: XG21 Code: P