Cappadocia Tours and Activities
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Cappadocia Tours and Activities : All Tours
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Hot Air Balloon Flight (comfort flight) Duration: it takes (3 hours)/flight duration (1 hour)
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Hot Air Balloon Flight (deluxe flight) Duration: it takes (4 hours)/flight duration (1,5 hours)
Cappadocia South Tour (Green tour) Duration: 8 Hours
Cappadocia Camel Tour(1 hour) Duration: 1 Hour
Cappadocia North Tour (Red tour) Duration: 7
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Hot Air Balloon Duration: it takes (3 hours)/flight duration (1 hour)
Cappadocia Horse Riding Tours (1 Hour) Duration: 1 Hour
Cappadocia Horse Riding Tours (2 Hours & Sunset) Duration: 2 Hours
Cappadocia Horse Riding Tours (4 Hours) Duration: 4 Hours
Cappadocia ATV Tours (1 Hour) Duration: 1 Hour
Cappadocia ATV Tours (2 hours) Duration: 2 Hours
Cappadocia ATV Tours (4 Hours) Duration: 4 Hours
Cappadocia Turkish night Duration: 2 Hours
Cappadocia Whirling Dervishes Ceremony Duration: 1 Hour
Cappadocia Airport Transfer Duration: 90 Minute.
VIP Cappadocia Airport Transfer Duration: 45 minutes
Nemrut Tour From Cappadocia 3 Days Duration: 3 Days
Daily Konya Tour From Cappadocia (Private) Duration: 12 Hours
Ankara Day Tour From Cappadocia (Private) Duration: 13 Hours
Cappadocia Day Tour Duration: 8 Hours
2 Days Cappadocia Tour From Istanbul Duration: 2 Days
3 Days Cappadocia Tour From Istanbul Duration: 3 Days
Cappadocia Camel Tour(2 hours) Duration: 2 Hours
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Important Areas and History of Cappadocia
Cappadocia has a charming and mysterious atmosphere with carved houses into the rocks, churches, valleys and fairy chimneys . In the past, it was called ”Land of Beautiful Horses”. You can enjoy this mysterious region by starting with underground cities, watching from colorful balloon tours and watching the sunset from the highest peak of Kızılçukur valley.
Cappadocia, which is considered as the 8th Wonders of the World, is among the regions that should be protected by UNESCO because of its cultural and historical richness. Nevşehir, Aksaray, Niğde, Kayseri and Kırşehir in Cappadocia, which consists of a combination of 10 different civilizations 429 registered buildings and 64 protected areas. About 60 million years ago, the layers of lava and ashes formed by Erciyes, Hasan Mountain and Güllü Mountain were eroded by rain and wind for millions of years and this image gave the region meaning and unique landscape. Most of the buildings in the region are from Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman Empire.
Don't go back without seeing!
The summit of Cappadocia is also a panoramic view of the region.
Goreme Open Air Museum
It is the most important and historical place in the region, it would be a big shortcoming to return without visiting. The Byzantine Church carries the traces of an important period from the history of architecture and religious art.
The church built in the name of John the Baptist is the most important building in Çavuşin. The building, thought to have been built in the 5th century, is the oldest church in the region. The church, whose courtyard was destroyed as a result of the rupture of the rocks, was attracted by Christian monks.
Ceramic production, which has been a tradition since the Hittites, is the main source of income for Avanos. These ceramics and jugs made of red soil and clay of Kızılırmak come to life in the hands of the masters.
The fairy chimneys are the most intense Zelve ruins consists of three valleys. One of the important settlements of Christians, the region became an important center in the 9th and 13th centuries. The monastery belonging to the first year of life, "Mast Church" is located at the foot of the slopes. Fish, raisins and Geyikli churches from the valley's main church.
Pashabagi Valley and Simoen cell
The area on the right side of the Göreme Avanos road was formerly known as the Priest Valley but is now known as the Pashabagi. Surrounded by distinctive fairy chimneys, there is a chapel built in Saint Simeon and some of the fairy chimneys in the retreat cell are decorated with hatches.
Urgup, considered one of the most important centers of Cappadocia, was an important religious center during the Byzantine period. The region was known as the episcopal center of churches and monasteries.
Ortahisar Castle, which is located in Ürgüp's 6th Kilometer, used to be of great strategic importance in the region.
The caves carved on the slopes of the valleys in the region are still in use as cold storage.
Persian nev, which means new, when mushkara becomes a city they put the nev in front of city then the name became NEVŞEHİR. It is expected that the world's largest underground city, which is newly found in Nevşehir, will be opened for use.
Mustafapaşa, a town inhabited by Orthodox Greeks until the beginning of the 20th century, draws attention with its old Greek houses. These houses, which have rich stonework, date back to 19th and 20th centuries.
The Ihlara Valley, where nature and history are intertwined, hosts churches from different periods. 14 km long and passing through the middle of the melendiz stream at the same time with nearly 100 churches carved on both sides offers a tremendous view. This region, which is included in the green tour, is loved by everyone.
The Soğanlı Valley, which consists of two parts as a result of natural influences, has been used as a settlement center since the Roman period. The rock cones on the slopes of the valley were used by the Romans as cemeteries and by the Byzantines as churches.
Underground Cities of Cappadocia
The mysteries of the underground cities of Cappadocia are still unsolved. Although the reasons for building these cities are unknown, it is astonishing that they are located in most parts of Cappadocia.
Most important underground cities, Kaymaklı, Derinkuyu and Özkonak, should be visited. Derinkuyu underground city is included in the green tour.
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