Outgoing Travel

Topkon Incentive translates simple events into unforgettable memories as a Global event & incentive organizer. In every stage of the planning your event, you continually feel the difference of our years of award-winning experience. With our multi certified staff Topkon Incentive specialized in tailor made events with designing production of corporate functions, creating themes for your openings, receptions or gala's, concerts and all kinds of events. With our costumer focused team, we are committed to the personal attention and passion for detail that ensure success, thereby exceeding the expectations of every client. Our memberships like ICCA and IAPCO, bring us a continuously and expanding network advantage with other qualified and certified service providers. With this advantage make it possible for our clients, to hold incentives, events, corporate organizations, congresses, meetings, openings, product launches etc. all around the world.

Daily Tours

Bosphorus Cruise by Private Boat
Sail up the Bosphorus, the waterway between Europe and Asia, as far as the Black Sea passing under the suspension bridges and viewing Ottoman summer places, waterside mansions and modern villas which line the European and Asian coasts. Also pass by the15th century fortress built before Istanbul was conquered by Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror. Disembark at a small village near the Black Sea and return to Istanbul by motorcoach.

Byzantine Marvels of Art
Visit the 5th century Byzantine Basilica, St. Sophia Museum which is one of the great architectural marvels of the ancient world; the underground cistern with a storage capacity for 80,000 tons of water for the old city and the Hippodrome, once the chariot race track of the Byzantine and Romans. See the Egyptian Obelisk, the Serpentine Column and the Column of Constantine. The last visit is to the Church of St. Saviour in Chora to see the world famous frescoes and mosaics.

Ottoman Relics
The 17th century Ottoman Blue Mosque is famous for its six minarets and magnificent blue Iznik tiles which line its interior. The next visit is to the magnificent Topkapi Palace, housing the richness of 700 years of the Ottoman Empire. Collection of jewels, porcelains, clothing and armory will be seen. Last visit is to the Covered Bazaar to explore the maze of over 4,000 tiny shops selling leather, copper, carpets, antiques, souvenirs and jewelry.

Rafting Tour at Koprulu Canyon
Rafting is one of the exciting,adventured outdoor sport. Köprülü Canyon National Park covers 36,000 hectares, including part of Köprücay and the ancient city of Selge. River Length is 14 km. and it takes 4.5 or 5 hours with adventure on the cool water and entertainment.

Perge - Aspendos - Side Tour
First visit will be to Perge whose history dates back to 1000 B.C. Saint Paul and Saint Barnabas stayed and preached in the city during their journey through Asia Minor. Our tour Perge includes the Theatre, the Roman Stadium, the Helenistic Gate, Baths, Basalica and the Acropolis. Our next visit will be to Aspendos and the tour include the Gymnasium, the Ancient Baths, the Theatre, the Acropolis and the Agora. Driving south we will reach Side which used to be a well-known slave market. The tour includes Helenistic Wall, theatre, the Tample of Tyche, Agora, Basilicas, Baths, the Aquadact and the Museum.

Demre, Myra and Kekova
The tour will start a travel to Demre to visit the best examples of Lycian tombs at Myra and the Church of St. Nicholas the saint to whom is referred to as Santa Claus.
After this visitis, we will sail over turquoise waters to the picturesque Kekova Island. Discover the extraordinary underwater ruins of the sunken city of Simena and visit the noteworthy Lycian necropolis at Teimiussa. There are opportunities to swim, so don't forget your swimming suits and towels.

Pre/Post Congress Tours

Tour A: Cappadocia
Mystery of the Early Christians
Some three million years ago, violent volcanic eruptions covered the plateau in this area with tufa, a soft stone comprised of lava, ash and mud. Subsequently, the wind and rain have eroded the brittle rock to form a spectacular surrealistic landscape of rock cones and capped pinnacles, called FAIRY CHIMNEYS, that are painted in colours ranging from warm reds and gold to cool greens and greys. During Byzantine times, Christian chapels and monasteries were hollowed out of the rock, and later these dwellings served as refuge for Christians, persecuted by the Romans.

Day 1: Early departure from Istanbul, flight to Kayseri-Nevflehir and continue to Cappadocia region. Visit the underground, eleven-storied city of Kaymakli, see the extraordinary rock formations at Uçhisar and the charming town of Ürgüp with its fairy chimneys. Lunch will be provided in the area, dinner and accommodation at a local hotel.

Day 2: Visit the rock dwellings, chapels and monasteries of the Göreme Valley, Zelve Valley, villages of Çavusin and Avcilar.
Lunch will be provided in the area, dinner and accommodation at a local hotel.

Day 3: Early departure from the hotel and ride to Kayseri-Nevflehir to fly back to Istanbul for connecting Antalya flights.

Tour B: Ephesus and Pergamum
Resurrected Cities of the Roman
Day 1: Early flight from Antalya to Izmir where you visit the Roman Agora, the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum and Kadifekale (Mt Pagus). Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant in Izmir, dinner and accommodation at a local hotel.

Day 2: Full-day tour to Ephesus to see the extensive ruins including baths, gymnasium, theatres and other monuments which line the marble streets. Also visit the reputed last home of the Virgin Mary, the Basilica of St. John and the Seljuk Museum.
Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant in Izmir, dinner and accommodation at a local hotel.

Day 3: Full-day tour to Pergamum, visiting the Acropolis, the famous Altar of Zeus, the precipitous theatre and Asclepium, one of the foremost medical centres of the ancient world. Lunch will be provided in the area. Return to Istanbul.