- Uchisar Castle,
- Goreme Open Air Museum,
- Urgup Three Beautiues,
- Devrent (Imagine) Valley,
- Pasabagi (Monks) Valley,
- Avanos & Pottery Ceramic Demonstration Workshop
We will pick you up from your hotel with our guide, bus and driver at 09:30 – 09:45. We go directly Uchisar Castle and you can watch a breathtaking Cappadocia view. This fantastic rock formation is highest place of Cappadocia to watch Cappadocia as panoramic.
After that we go to Goreme Open Air Museum which entered the Unesco World Heritage List in 1985. You can see rock churches, carved chapels built by early christians, an orthodox monastery sheltered to the escape from Roman attacks. You can see very well preserved frescoes on the walls of churches and chapels. This frescoes are paintings have came by resist corrosive effects of time. The frescoes are from 5th. century.
And lunch time. You have a chance to taste Turkish delicious in a local restaurant. After lunch we forward to Avanos. Avanos was center of terracota arts in B.C. 2000 Hittite times. You will have a chance on here to watch and see traditional pottery demonstration art. The clay used in pottery demonstration gets from passing heart of town Kizilirmak which second longest river of Turkey known as Hallys in antique times.
Our next stop is Pasabagi (Monks) Valley. Pasabagi is best place to see three-hatted fairy chimneys.Also you can understand the formation of Cappadocia from up to down.
After Pasabagi we forward to the Devrent (Imagine) Valley.You can have a fun time imagining the visual rock formations that are different from the present rock formations that will fascinate your dreams.
Our last stop will be Urgup. You will see a rock formation which symbol of Cappadocia on here. After Urgup our lovely tour finishes and we take you back to your hotel or wherever you want.
Cappadocia Tours – Cappadocia Red Tour Includes:
- Transport (by 2017 model Mercedes Benz Sprinter or Volkswagen Crafter with A/C, non-smoking)
- Pick up and drop off hotel
- Professional Licensed English Speaking Tour Guide
- Entrance Fees