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Cappadocia Tours Per person :  75 € (Euros) private tour

Tour No 001(The Special Tour) : will pick you up from the Hotel at 9: 30 for the Cappadocia Tour  Our first stop will be the fairy chimneys of Cappadocia where we will learn about how nature has created Cappadocia. Then we will drive to the oldest and most well preserved underground city of Cappadocia Mazi(Mazeus- City of Zeus). This is the only underground city from the Neol9ithic Age ruins (6000 BC) inside. You will see Hittite designs on the walls of this underground city, which has 7 levels. After the visit of the underground city we will have a chance to see local Cappadocians living inside caves and farming in the heart of Anatolia, Then we will drive to Soganli Valley (old name sogandos) where we will drive on the Silk Road. Then we will visit Tokalı Church, which has well-preserved wall frescos from the 5th century. We will have lunch in the village. Afterwards, we will drive to theSebasos Roman Settlements. Sebasos has one of the most well-preserved mosaic floors of Turkey. Then we will drive to Cemil, which is a Greek village.  We will have a brief stop at Ortahisar castle for the most spectacular views of the Cappadocia region.

Tour No 002 ( Nostalji tour of cappadocia): € (Euro) Private Tour

Tour No 002 ( Nostalji tour of cappadocia):Our first stop will be to see the first Church of Göreme where they use to select the Saints of Cappadocia, after getting information about Cappadocia and the first Christians we will see the old Roman apartments that are carved in rock caves which are 2300 Years old.  Later we will discover the pigeon houses and your guide will explain why the pigeons play an excellent role for inhabitants of Cappadocia. Love Valley: We will see the most massive Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia and hike for a while inside St Jean Church  Here you go, one of the most significant legs of our trip. We will see the best-painted church with beautiful fresco and learn how the saints, monks, and nuns made their lifestyle in such as magical & labyrinth passageways. Lunch at one of the best restaurants in Cappadocia (Bizim Ev Restaurant). After lunch, we will visit Avanos 2000 bc Ceramic center of Cappadocia: The Biggest palace of Cappadocia Acık saray the only palace of the Byzantine Emire in Anatolia. Our last stop will be minia polis the Education center Of the Byzantine Empire with old houses of the Byzantine Empire and a spectacular view of Cappadocia.

Tour No 003 (İhlara Canyon Tour ) Per Person: 75 €(Euro) Private tour

Tour No 003 (İhlara Canyon Tour ):Drive to Ihlara, Walking true Ihlara Canyon, a “mirage” in the Steps of Anatolia up to Belisirma village, the ancient Peristrema: “Valley of the Sky” along the Melendiz River. Rock-cut churches spread across a wild plantation, surprise you with their successfully painted representations from the Bible. Lunch break in Belisirma, a local restaurant by the river. Stop by Selime, a village with cave houses at the end of the canyon and a “star wars” like landscape,

Tour No 004 Red Tour: Per Person: 75 € (Euro) private tour

Tour No 004 Red Tour:Our first real encounter with Cappadocia’s almost Martian landscape is in the Devrent valley, where the rock formations are amazing. A walk through the Zelve Open Air Museum is a journey into the past, with its troglodyte houses. This is one of the earliest inhabited and latest abandoned monastic settlements in Cappadocia. After Zelve we visit Pasabag’s “fairy chimneys”, where the voice of the wind harmonizes with the songs of the fairies. From here we pause at Avanos, a center of terracotta art since 2,000 BC, for a demonstration in a traditional pottery workshop. After lunch in Avanos, we visit the famous Goreme Open Air Museum to see the best examples of Byzantine art in Cappadocia. These are found in rock-cut churches with frescoes and paintings dating from as early as the 10th century. We complete the tour with a visit to the Uchisar Rock-Castle, giving you a panoramic view of the valleys of Cappadocia.
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