|Duration||Departs||Includings||Pick-up Time||Ending Time|
|7 Hours||Everyday||Lunch & Guide||9.30am||4.30pm|
UcHisar means Peak Castle in Turkish, the castle is named after being the highest fairy chimney of Cappadocia region. There is 6 TL entrance fee to this castle but it is highly recommended for you to visit this castle in sunset for an amazing view of Goreme – Cappadocia.
Goreme Open Air Museum is one of the highlights of Cappadocia region. There are many churches made by early christians dated back to 5th Century. Because of its importance to Christian History and Anatolian Culture, it is registered to Unesco World Heritage Site in 1985. Also, Christians used wall paintings called “Fresco” to explain their religion to the local people. Since there was no mutual language to communicate these paintings were very useful and important to them.
Avanos is the homeland of the Terra Cotta Art. Terra cotta which means “Baked Earth” in Latin is the most popular art of Cappadocia. Since 2000 B.C. Goreme is the center of this Pottery making art, and in this tour you get the chance to learn how is this very old art is being made.
Pasabag (Monks Valley) used to be the place that monks live. Monks that are want to stay away from crowd and live in silence used to live here. You can get in the caves in chimneys and see very nice view around.
Devrent valley is also called as Imagination valley because of the different shapes of Fairy Chimneys. You can use your imagination to see different animals and figures of all kinds.
Urgup (Family Fairy Chimneys)
It is called Family Fairy chimneys because of the shapes look like a family. Father chimney, Mother Chimney and the little child Chimney.