MT-02 3 Days – 2 Nights CAPPADOCIA

Pick up from Kayseri airport in the morning and drive to Cappadocia. We start from Devrent valley which has various types of fairy chimneys. Pasabag (Monks Valley), many fairy chimneys with multiple stems and caps can be found here, this style being unique to this area. Avanos is known for the pottery, a craft dating back to the Hittite period. Goreme Open Air Museum is the place where this religious education was started. You will visit the churches, chapels and monasteries carved into the fairy chimneys from the 10th to the 13th centuries with frescos painted on the walls. Esentepe is where you will see wonderful scenery of region. Uchisar castle is the highest point in the region. The castle and its surroundings used to be the most populated area. Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.

After breakfast visit Kizilcukur here you will visit Uzumlu (Grape) church. It’s hollowed out like a monastic complex where monks lived. Then we proceed to village of Cavusin which is like one of many ancient villages of Cappadocia. Old Cavusin was abandoned several decades ago due to avalanches. You will see the Pigeons and storage rooms etc. in the Pigeon Valley. Kaymakli Underground city is the largest and most famous of all the underground cities. Ortahisar is an old Cappadocian village dominated by a fortress-like rock rising about winding roads Dinner and overnight at hotel in Cappadocia.

After breakafst in the morning, transfer to Kayseri airport.

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  1. Niho
    October 26th

    Love the photo. The horse is a wanderer like you. When I was a child being drevin to the Jersey shore each summer (often car sick), I would imagine a horse running next to the car, free, mane flying, gracefully avoiding the obstacles on the Jersey Turnpike. So I love seeing horses run free. I began riding horses as a very mature adult and really enjoy watching them move, riderless and free.

  2. Jelena
    December 22nd

    Thanks, Steve. Glad you like it! Fascinating info re: the Jemez Mts and the similarities as far as the tuff. I think I vieitsd them when I was there in NM. And same for the historical side of things in Anatolia equally as interesting. PS: Whenever you share a tidbit re: NM, I feel like I want to return. It is, by far, one of my favorite states!

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