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On this full-day Cappadocia Private Guided Tour gives you the freedom to see all the highlights of Cappadocia and other places in the region with a private guide and private, air-conditioned transport. You can either plan out your day or ask your guide for recommendations.
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No required advance payment, you can pay it at the tour.
Private group tour & Customize the itinerary according to your schedule.
We provide Pick Up and Drop off to Cappadocia hotels.
Based on our past experiences, we can recommend you a full-day program as follows. What's more, you can customize it as you wish.
Get picked-up from your hotel. First, enjoy a panoramic view of Göreme and marvel at some of the best views in the region. Your guide will have plenty of knowledge to offer you about your surroundings.
Afterwards, visit Underground City which is the biggest and deepest underground settlement. It has 8 levels connected with narrow tunnels.
You will visit stalls, stores, churches, wineries, kitchens and the other sections which are open for visitors. While you are visiting the sections, your guide will complement the experience with their expert knowledge.
Next, have a rest a little bir and enjoy a local lunch in an authentic restaurant. After, visit Pigeon Valley which is located in Uçhisar town and offers another spectacular panoramic view.
The next destination is Goreme Open Air Museum, where you can see rock-cut churches carved by early Christian monks. Your guide will give you information about Christianity and the Monastic Life of Cappadocia.
The next stop will be Çavuşin, which is the Old Greek Village, abandoned after Population Exchange in 1920. This town is located on the banks of the Red River which is the longest river in Turkey. It is famous for its pottery which started around the 2nd millennium B.C by Hittites.
You will have a tour of the town and then visit a pottery workshop and learn about red clay work and ceramics. One of the masters of the discipline will even demonstrate the ancient free-hand technique that has been used throughout history. Visit a rug workshop where all the products are made by hand in the traditional way.
Then visit Paşabağı where spectacular mushroom-shaped rock formations can be seen. Paşabağı is also called Monks Valley because of the Chapel of Saint Simeon which is located in the valley.
The next stop is Devrent Valley, which is also known as İmagination Valley. The valley contains curious red rocks, some of which resemble animal forms: a camel, a lizard, an owl, a snake, a chicken and a penguin.
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