SALES INCENTIVE TRIP
DATES: TO BE DETERMINED
12:01 a.m. ET 1 Sept. 2022 to 11:59 p.m. ET 31 Jan. 2023
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In 2023, we’ll invite Distributors in Asia-Pacific who earn a Jeunesse Travel Trip to join us in Istanbul to INDULGE. DISCOVER. EXPLORE. #JeunesseTravel
Come with us on an adventure of a lifetime — which will include a historical Old City Tour, where the central square is dominated by the twinned Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque, and the streets are adorned with even more imperial Ottoman-era mosques, Byzantine cisterns and the remains of the Hippodrome arena. There is so much waiting for you in Istanbul, and we hope to see you there with us in 2023!
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The Grand Bazaar is made up of 4,000 shops and is considered the world’s oldest shopping mall! And at the Spice Bazaar, spices are stacked high in beautifully colored mounds — any chef’s dream.
FUN FACT: The first signs of Turkish baths date all the way back to the 14th century, during the Ottoman Empire’s reign of much of the Middle East and Europe. Inspired by Roman bathing practices, Turkish baths were a source for both community gathering and hygiene maintenance.
The Blue Mosque enchants visitors with its classical Turkish art and architecture, while the Suleymaniye Mosque is considered the most impressive with its fountain, crown doors and mihrab. Topkapi Palace is a classical palace, built at the direction of Sultan Ahmet in 1470, and the Dolmabahce Palace is one of the most glamorous in the world.
FUN FACT Istanbul is home to the most mosques in Turkey. It has 3,113 mosques! !
The historical Old City includes Hippodrome Square, Hagia Sophia, Şerefiye Cistern and much more. One of the most marvelous historical structures of Istanbul is the underground Cistern Basilica, which was built by Emperor Justinian between 527-565; it features seemingly countless columns rising from the water, earning it the name “Underground Palace.”
FUN FACT: The Hippodrome (Sultanahmet Square) is a former chariot racing stadium and now a large park. It contains an Egyptian obelisk and the Serpentine Column from the Temple of Apollo in Delphi, Greece.