"Duration: 7 hours
Tour starts: Hotel
Tour ends: Hotel
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Uchisar Castle; View the magnificent Uchisar Castle and the fortress's overall panorama.
Göreme Open Air Museum; Here is the monastery with the Anatolian Christian-built kitchens, wineries, storage facilities, and residential rooms. The Goreme Open Air Museum is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Avanos; Avanos is a town of traditional pottery art by the Kizilirmak River, also known as the Halys River in ancient times by Herodes.
Paşabağlar Valley; Wander through Pasabaglar, the Valley of Monks.
Devrent Valley; Many animal-shaped rocks, most of which are red in color, can be seen in the valley. Some of the most typical shapes resemble a camel.
Kaymaklı Underground City; The impressive Kaymakli Underground City, one of the largest of its kind, has areas including warehouses, kitchens, graves, mughouses, and copper processing workshops that still contain undiscovered underground tubes.
Soğanlı Valley; The Soganli Valley is a tranquil valley with Byzantine-era rock tombs.
Sobesos Ancient City; The ancient city of Sobesos contains burials from the Byzantine Empire period and a Roman Bath from the fifth century.
Taşkınpaşa Madrasah; Taskin Pasha Complex, which was finished in the 13th century, includes the mosque, the madrasa, and the tombs in the courtyard.
Sinasos Village; It was once known as Sinasos and is a Greek village. One of Cappadocia's must-see locations is this quaint village, which is known for its unspoiled surroundings and distinctive architectural elements.
Derinkuyu Underground City; The largest and deepest underground city in Cappadocia is Derinkuyu Underground City. It is connected by tiny tunnels and has eight storeys. T he portions that are accessible to tourists are including the stalls, storages, church, vineyard, kitchen, and others.
Ihlara Valley; The Ihlara Valley is the longest valley in the Cappadocia region. It was formed by torrents of water, and monks later built cave churches there. A great valley for hiking beside the Melendiz River.
Selime Monastery; Selime Monastery is a mountain that the monastic staff fashioned into a church. Despite being a theological school for many years, it has been nearly completely abandoned for two centuries and now functions as a museum for visitors who are interested in both history and religion.
Keslik Monastery,; The majority of the monks lived at Keslik Monastery, one of the most beautiful monasteries in the area. However, it preserves the beauty by only being used as a museum today.
Pigeon Valley; Pigeons are significant birds whose eggs are used to decorate monasteries, and Pigeon Valley serves as their primary resting place. As described in the Bible and other holy writings and scrolls, the pigeon is regarded as holy.