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In the Footsteps of St. Paul & Seven Churches  of Revelation 

 19 Days / 17 Nights


This is a Christian religious journey through Turkey and Greece covering many sites which Paul the Apostle visited during his missionary journeys; as well as the Seven Churches which St. John mentioned in the Book of Revelation; besides taking you to many interesting ancient and modern cities and harbors of that part of the world which boast long eventful history and charm.

Best time to travel:

April ~ May

September ~ October

NOTE: For price information and services included, please click on the link of the day-by-day itinerary at the bottom of the page. Please contact us if you may have questions, need more information or for reservation.

 In the Footsteps of St. Paul & Seven Churches of Revelation Travel Itinerary

Day 1 ~ Depart the USA


Day 2 ~ Antakya (ancient Antioch)

Upon arrival in Istanbul and going through airport formalities, you will need to proceed to domestic flight terminal to take a short flight to Antakya. Once in Antakya you will be met and  transferred to your hotel for overnight.

Antioch-on-the-Orontes, once called “the fair crown of the Orient", is just 12 miles from Syrian border. Antioch was a city of great religious importance and home to several Roman temples and its suburbs.


Day 3 ~ Antakya

Antioch has great historical significance for Christianity; as it was the base for St. Paul's missionary journeys, as well as the place where followers of Jesus Christ were called "Christians" for the first time (Acts 11:26) and where the Gospel of Matthew was probably written. Antioch hosted a number of church councils, developed its own characteristic school of biblical interpretation, and produced such influential Christian figures as the martyr-bishop Ignatius of Antioch, the pillar-saint Simeon, and the "golden-mouthed" preacher John Chrysostom.


Our sightseeing in Antakya will include visits to: the Cave Church of St. Peter, where followers of Jesus were first called “Christians”; the Archaeological Museum, famous for its extensive collection of Roman and Byzantine Era impressive mythological mosaics beautifully displayed in natural light; and Samandag, located close to ancient site of Seleucia Pieria- major Mediterranean port of the Hellenistic and Roman eras- the port of Antioch, where Paul, Silas, Barnabas, John, and Mark set out on their missionaries.

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Trip Includes:

Accommodation for17 nights at selected 3 and 4 star hotels, and/or restored Ottoman mansions and special boutique hotels


All breakfasts


English-speaking and knowledgeable guide and his/her expenses


Daily private sightseeing by comfortable air-conditioned minibuses or vans including insurance, parking, toll fees and petrol


Entrance fees to sites indicated in bold on the itinerary


One domestic flight in Turkey (Istanbul-Antakya)


All arrival and departure transfers

Baggage handling


Complete information package with itineraries, travel and visa information and Luggage tags 


Not Included:


Flight to/from Samos



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