Cappadocia Tour by bus everyday departure all year round from Istanbul, Ankara, Kusadasi, Selcuk bus leaves evening from the each city arrive to Cappadocia next day morning it takes ten hours night bus. Cappadocia which is unique in the world and is a miraculous nature wonder is the common name of the field covered by the provinces of Aksaray, Nevsehir, Nigde, Kayseri and Kirsehir in the Central Anatolian region. Cappadocia was one of the most important places in the spreading periods of the Christian religion. The first christians trying to escape from the Roman soldiers who wanted to avoid the spreading of the Christian religion have settled in the region of Cappadocia which was so suitable for hiding and so they were able to continue their natures and to spread their religions.
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DAY 1- Night Bus to Cappadocia from Istanbul Pick up at 19:00 pm. Transfer to Bus Station bus to Cappadocia at 20:30 pm.
DAY2 - Transfer from Cappadocia Bus Station - Full Day North Cappadocia Tour - Overnight in Cappadocia
Arrive to Cappadocia in the morning, transfer from bus station to hotel, C/INN hotel, departure from your hotel join to tour visit to;
Devrent Valley: Walk through this amazing valley where different fairy chimneys formations can be seen.
Pasabag The name was derived from some cones carved in tuff stones which stand apart.
Avanos: on the banks of the Kızılırmak River in Cappadocia is all about pottery-making.
LUNCH in AVANOS
Goreme Open Air Museum: The Goreme Open-Air Museum resembles a vast monastic complex composed of scores of refectory monasteries placed side-by-side, each with its own fantastic church.
Uchisar Castle: Uchisar is situated at the highest point in Cappadocia Many rooms hollowed out into the rock are connected to each other with stairs, tunnels and passages
DAY 3 - Breakfast - Full day South Cappadocia Tour - Transfer to Bus Station - Night Bus to Istanbul or Next Destination
Breakfast at hotel. Pick up from your hotel join Cappadocia Tour at 09:00 am visit to;
Red Valley : The Red Valley is one of the most spectacular valleys of Cappadocia with its different kind of rock formations in variety colors
Cavusin : The town of Cavusin is one of the oldest inhabited areas of Cappadocia, a slow relaxed town, a delight to spend a night.
Pigeon Valley : You will stop on the outskirts of Goreme village and look down into Pigeon Valley to see the centuries old pigeon houses carved from the cliffs.
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Kaymaklı Underground City : Kaymaklı is one of the largest underground settlements in the region. The large area reserved for storage in such a limited area appears to indicate the need to support a large population underground.
Ortahisar : Its most pronounced structure is the Castle of Ortahisar situated at a 86 m height cave in the period of Eti. The castle has been used strategically and for accommodation
After the tour transfer to bus station. Bus to Istanbul at 20:30 pm. Next day morning arrive to Istanbul.
Tour fees include transportation,
Professional speaking guide,
Entrance fees and meals as mentioned.
30% discount for the childeren below the age of 7. Free for the ages of 0-2. Accomadation in cave hotel with breakfast
Drinks with meals
I hope this email finds its way to you, but I just wanted to say thank you for organizing our trip through Cappadocia! I\'m sorry we weren\'t able to drop by your office again on Friday--it was our final day in the city and another friend arrived to join us. Seeing all of Cappadocia was amazing and Sucran (I hope I\'m spelling that right?) our tour guide on the second day was incredibly knowledgeable and friendly. One piece of feedback I wanted to give you though was that the small bus transfers to the overnight bus were quite confusing for us. Getting from your office in Istanbul to the larger bus station in Istanbul was fine, but getting from where the night bus stopped to where we were supposed to go in Cappadocia was challenging. Since our transfer bus ticket said \'Goreme\' we were told that\'s were we should get off. In reality though we were supposed to get off at the next stop according to our tour guide who ended up picking us up in Goreme. I think it was probably just a minor miscommunication, but maybe for future travelers you could let them know exactly how the bus transfer system works and exactly what stops to get off at.
Other than the busing issue though the trip was fantastic, and I just want to extend a warm thank you to you and your staff for your help and hospitality while we were in Turkey! We would book with you again in a heartbeat!