Highlights of Cappadocia Tour with lunch
• Goreme Open Air Museum (rock-cut churches)
• Love Valley Panorama
• Pasabag Fairy Chimneys (Monks Valley)
• Avanos Kick-Wheel Pottery Demonstration
• Kaymakli Underground City
• Pigeon Valley Vista Point
Highlights of Cappadocia Tour with lunch will start at 09:30 from your hotel in Goreme or little earlier from other towns (we will let you know about the pick-up time from other towns at the time of booking) and drive to the most important place in Cappadocia: Goreme Open Air Museum. The museum is a big monastery complex and there are 9 churches over 1000 year-old that you can visit. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985 and our guide will give information about the history of the region & museum. After visiting the site about 1,5 hours, we will drive to Love Valley Panorama Point to see some interesting shaped fairy chimneys and Red & Rose Valleys from a nice angle.
Then, we will drive to Pasabag Fairy Chimneys to see the best-protected fairy-chimneys in Cappadocia region. Pasabag is also called as "Monks Valley" and there are a lot of multiple-headed fairy chimneys. Our guide will give you information about the formation of these fairy chimneys and the entire region as well. After the visit, we will drive to Avanos to have our lunch in a small boutique restaurant.
After lunch, we will see the kick-wheel pottery demonstration in Avanos which is an art almost 4000 years old inherited from the Hittites. Then, we will drive to Kaymakli Underground City for about 30 minutes to see the largest underground city in Cappadocia. The city is an amazing architectural carving that has storages, churches, living areas, wineries and so much more. The final visit will be in Pigeon Valley to see the beautiful view of the valley and Uchisar Castle from a panoramic point. After this visit, we will drive you back to your hotel around 17:00.
The rate for this tour will be 60 Euro per person. Please send us an email to get more information and make your booking. We will reply your request the latest in 24 hours.