Our tour starts with Uçhisar Castle panorama . Our guide gives you information about Uçhisar Castle and then stop to take pictures around Uçhisar Castle.
The next place we will see is the Goreme Open Air Museum.
In the Goreme Open-Air Museum, which has been on the Unesco World Heritage list since 1985, you will see rock churches, chapels carved from the outside by the first Christians, and an Orthodox monastery where those who escaped Roman persecution took refuge.
On the walls of churches and chapels, you can see frescoes dating back thousands of years. The frescoes on the walls have survived unscathed to the present day.
After the Goreme Open-Air Museum, we will move to the Valley of love. Aşk Valley, which has the title of one of the most important places of Cappadocia region, will be admired for its magnificent structures. You can admire the grandeur of fairy chimneys in the appearance of a cylinder with a hat on it. You’ll be looking forward to taking photos in spectacular reflections of symbols of love. These formations are sure to amaze you with their grandeur, size and appearance, which push the boundaries of their charm with their distinctive colors.
Our next stop is Paşabağı-Zelze. Here are the chapel built in the name of Saint Simeon and many rock venues. At the site of the ruins of Zelve, consisting of 3 Valleys, fairy chimneys are very dense. 9 of the Christians. and 13. it is an important settlement and religious center where they settled over the centuries. Deer, fish and grape churches are the most important churches in this valley and belong to the iconoclastic period. In addition, there are many structures that were inhabited until 1952.
We will attend a Cappadocia-specific lunch at a local restaurant and after tasting delicious food, we will head to Avanos district.
This Is M.In 2000 BC, it is the center of its art, hosting terracotta and pottery, pottery and ceramic workshops in the Hittite civilization. Here you have the chance to watch and experience traditional pottery art.
The clay soil used in the construction of pottery comes from Kızılırmak, also known as Hallys in ancient times, which passes through Avanos and is the longest river in Turkey.
We’ll visit a shop with a pottery workshop. You can watch The Making of dishes and pottery, and you can also try the making of dishes and pottery.
Our next destination is Devrent Valley (Dream Valley).
In the Devrent Valley, which will fascinate your dreams, you will be able to see up close the rocks and shapes that are formed differently from the rock shapes that you cannot get enough to look at.