Göbeklitepe, which belongs to the Neolithic period, has the distinction of recreating the history of the world. For this reason, it has been recorded as the largest structure in history, considered to be the starting source of the first faith.

Tour Name: Gobeklitepe and Diyarbakir
Tour Name: Gobeklitepe and Diyarbakir


On the first day of our trip, we explore Diyarbakir, the Pearl of the East. Diyarbakir was founded on the banks of the Tigris River and because of its location on the trade routes of the region, it was home to many civilizations, beliefs and social structures. New archaeological excavations and historical places to explore in Diyarbakir dating years back to B.C 10.000;

Hevsel Gardens; Diyarbakir Castle and walls and Hevsel Gardens have a history of 7,000 years.

Mervaniler Bridge; this bridge with 10 eyes is the largest stone bridge in the world with its width and length.

Tigris River; the Tigris River, which feeds the Mesopotamian region and whose sanctity is accepted by the local people, spills into the Persian Gulf; it is described as Digris in the Torah, Tigris in the Bible, Dijle in the Qur’an.

The city walls are the longest walls in the world after the Great Wall of China (with its walls remaining intact).It was built between 3000-4000 BC.

Church Of The Virgin Mary; .The building which was founded and used as the temple of the sun, A.C. in the third century, the Virgin Mary started to be used as the Syriac ancient church.


Mardin Gate, also referred to as Telkapi or Tepekapi, Mardin Gate is the gate of the city walls to

Mardin because of this name.

Dağ kapı; this gate is the door that opens the walls of Diyarbakir to Harput.

The mosque was built between 115-1169 and was built in the Seljuk style and according to Arabic architecture.

C.S.Taranci Museum; the house where Cahit Sıtkı Taranci, one of the leading figures of Republican period poetry, was born and later turned into a museum.

Ulu Mosque; the oldest mosque in Anatolia, Ulu Mosque, which was used as a center of worship in the region, started to operate as a mosque with the conversion of Martoma Church by Arabs in 639.


“Göbeklitepe”, which changed the history of the world, will be visited with the narration and views of Göktürk Ramu.   Sin Temple, where Anunnaki Sin, whose name is frequently mentioned in Assyrian and Babylonian records, Soğtamar village, where traces of sin’s son Samaş are found, Marduk, one of the oldest universities in the world, Harran and Jacob’s well visited by Abraham and Jacob, Urfa Museum and Balıklıgöl are the other places to visit.…

Tour Name: Gobeklitepe and Diyarbakir

1 Night/ 2 Days


Destination: Gobeklitepe

Departure: Istanbul/Diyarbakir

Departure Time:
PEGASUS 16.11.2019 SAW/DIY 08:00 – 09:50 PC2380

Turaround Time:

PEGASUS 17.11.2019 GNY/SAW 22:20 – 00:10 PC2423

included in the price

  • 1 Night stay at 5 * hotel
  • Breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  • Guidance services
  • Entries other than museum card
  • Compulsory travel insurance

not included in the price

  • Transportation to Diyarbakir
  • Return to Istanbul
  • Personal expenses
  • Lunches
  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

Important Information

We recommend that you have a Müzekart for museum and ruins entries under the Ministry of Tourism and culture. If you do not have a museum card, you can obtain it at the museum and Ruins Entrance sites.

Tour Name: Gobeklitepe and Diyarbakir

Prices fee: 200 USD per person in two rooms

 Single room: 240 USD


To register, call 0539 3617851 or murat@viamaris.com.tr you can contact Murathan Sagınç via mail

Tour Name: Gobeklitepe and Diyarbakir

2019 Göbeklitepe Year Announced

Göbeklitepe, which belongs to the Neolithic period, has the distinction of being the first known temple in history. For this reason, it has been recorded as the largest temple in history, which is considered the starting source of the first faith. Another importance of Göbeklitepe is that it is even older than the oldest known work in history. To give an example, the oldest known Worship Center until the discovery of Göbeklitepe is located in Malta and is 5000 years old. In addition, 7000 years older than Stonehenge and 7500 years older than the Egyptian pyramids… the oldest temple Center in the world, the 42nd World Heritage Committee meeting held in Sanliurfa Göbeklitepe, Bahrain was accepted to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.

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