Cappadocia City Break

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3 Days
Small Group Tour
3 Star Hotel

Discover Cappadocia; The land of Beautiful horses and the home of fairy chimneys. Visit Goreme Open Air Museum, Devrent Valley, and Pasabag. Walk around the fairy chimneys and see the first cave houses of early Christians. Enjoy a panoramic view of Göreme from one of the best panorama point, See the rock-cut houses and churches of Cavusin the historical Christian greek town, and experience the life of the locals, Enjoy a panoramic view of the pigeon valley, visit underground cities of early Christians and see rock-cut churches and storage rooms. Learn the history of the region from your expert local guide, experience make pottery from local experts, tasty typical Turkish food in a local restaurant

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Day 1: Arrival Kayseri

Upon arrival, Kayseri airport greeted by your driver and drive to Cappadocia. Check-in. The rest of the day is yours to explore the city. Overnight in Cappadocia. (Hotel: Cappa Rossa Cave Suites or similar)

 Day 2: Underground Cities of Cappadocia  (B, L)

According to your pick-up time meet with your guide and start your full-day tour. Visit Rose and Red Valley; is an incredibly unique area of Cappadocia with sharp ridges, tinted in pink especially during sunset! the minerals in the sandstone have a pink tinge. This pink becomes more and more evident throughout the day, peaking at sunset when the sun glows directly onto the Rose Valley giving it that fine shade of pink so many people come to see. Next Cavusin; is surrounded by a valley, which becomes gradually wider, called Red Valley. The houses of the village were cut into massive rock formations. The village is famous for its rock-churches. Next; Pigeon Valley; earned its name from the countless man-made dovecotes (Pigeon Houses) that have been carved into the soft volcanic tuff. Pigeon Valley is one of the best spots for walking in the marvelous Cappadocia region. Next; Underground Cities; once a place of refuge for 15000 Christians. These settlements were of enormous value to the development of Christianity as they provided shelter and worship and were in use until the end of 7C AD. Witness the ancient bedrooms, church, meeting hall, and food storage rooms in this eight-story city connected by 30km of corridors and passageways. Tour continues with Ortahisar; famous for its friendly inhabitants, picturesque stone houses, narrow streets, and lovely churches as well as the castle-like rock formation after which the town is named. After the tour drives you back to your hotel. Overnight in Cappadocia. (Hotel: Cappa Rossa Cave Suites or similar)

Day 3: Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia (B, L)

Upon breakfast at the hotel check out. According to your group tour pick-up time, meet with your group guide, and start your full-day tour. Explore Goreme Museum; consists of many rock-cut churches from the second half of 9C with beautiful colorful frescoes decorating the walls. Next; Devrent Valley; famous for its quirky animal-shaped rocks. It looks like a sculpture zoo made by nature. There is even a rock pillar that looks like the Virgin Mary, holding Jesus Christ. Take in the unique lunar landscape of the valley and feel like you’re in another World. Next; Pasabagi which means: the Pacha’s vineyard. This site is also called Monks Valley. The hermitage of Simeon monks was here. A chapel dedicated to St. Simeon (Simon) and a hermit’s shelter is built into one of the fairy chimneys with three heads. Pasabag valley contains some of the most striking fairy chimneys in Cappadocia with twin and even triple rock caps. This style is unique even for Cappadocia and these fairy chimneys are named mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys.
Next Avanos; where you will enjoy typical Turkish Lunch and experience make Potter with local experts. Next, we continue to Goreme Panorama, which has one of the best panoramic views of the fairy chimneys. Next Uchisar the Naturel highest Rock Castle provides a magnificent panorama of the surrounding area. After the tour drives you to Kayseri airport or Goreme bus station for your next destination.

Specification: Cappadocia City Break

Duration 3 Days
Accommodation 3 Star Hotel
Tour Style Small Group
Flights International flights are NOT included
Language English, Japanese, Turkish
Airport Transfer Drop-Off, Pickup
Transport Airconditioned Vehicle
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner as per itineraries
Visa NOT Included
Insurance NOT included
Other Inclusions Charges & Taxes, Tour Guide, Tickets & Entry Fees

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•Full cancellation applies in the event of No-Show at specified meeting time.
•The provider cannot be held responsible for entry denied due to improper dressing.
•Its highly recommended to make travel insurance for your holiday, as the provider can not be held responsible for the incident(s) which may occur during the tour.
•Amendments caused by the flights are upon availability and may require a supplement fee.
•Cancellations and changes made on purchased flight tickets are applied according to the cancellation and refund policies of airline companies.
•The provider cannot be held responsible for letter mistakes that may occur from names forwarded to us for the purchase of flight tickets.
Tax: Included
Cancellation Policy: Hotels, Airport Transfers, Tours can be canceled without any penalties 3 days (s) prior to the first service date. Cancellations and changes made on purchased flight tickets are applied according to the cancellation and refund policies of airline companies.

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