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Pick-up from hotel at 09: 30am.
Start your day visiting the Fairy Chimneys in Urgup. Meet the most famous family of fairy chimneys: Three beauties. These are the official symbol of both Urgup and Cappadocia. Hiking tour is around for 4 km in Red Valley, one of the most attractive valley of Cappadocia. Visit to Cavusin, one of the earliest inhabited and latest abandoned monastics settlements of Cappadocia.
Lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch visit to Underground City, one of the largest and deepest underground cities of Cappadocia. Visit to PigeonValley as a panoramic view and return to the hotel at around 17: 30 pm.
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The Red Valley provides some of the finest fairy chimney-strewn vistas in Cappadocia.
Little-visited rock-cut churches boasting vibrant fresco fragment and intricate carvings hewn into the stone.
Then explore Cavusin village, housing one of the oldest villages of the region. Countless cave houses connected to each other, built like a labyrinth, giving this valley its unique face. Visit the church of John the Baptist, dated back to the 5th century and documented as the largest of Cappadocia’s churches.
Almost 36 Underground Cities are recorded in Cappadocia. At the Kaymakli Underground City, documented as the widest, your tour guide will walk you through to show you how people lived back in the ancient times of trying to flee and hide from persecution. In one of the best-preserved ones, four of the 8 levels can be explored, showing a fascinating network of wineries, kitchens and living areas.
In Cappadocia, pigeons have been a source of food and fertilizer over the centuries. As especially in this valley thousands of pigeon lofts have been carved into the soft tuff since ancient times, the valley is called Pigeon Valley.
Thank you Mr. Utku & Mr. Seljuk.
Thanks guys . I had such fun. I will come again and l will book hotel with you next time.
I had waited for 15 minutes but was worth. Thank you, Mr. Seljuk.