There are places on Earth, which always stay gives inspiration, energizes and gives power. One of these places, of course, is Cappadocia.
Cappadocia – the historical name of the area in central Turkey, located at an altitude of 1000 m. Above sea level, far from the seaside resorts and bustle of big cities. It is rich in history and culture of the region, which belonged to different times of many empires.
Cappadocia is a place in the world while staying at which are filled with special energy, strength and inspiration. What do scientists say about there: Cappadocia is located on the same parallel with Jerusalem, Solovki and a Christian monastery in Ethiopia. Many of the city, located on the same latitude, played an important role in world history.
4 days / 3 nights
Day 1. Visit to Uchisar village, walk through the Valley of Love, wine tasting, panorama – sunset from the valley.
Day 2: Drive to Valley Soganli with characteristic dovecotes and rock tserkvyami.Poseshtenie former Greek village of Mustafapasa (formerly known as Sinasos), the monastery of St. Nicholas, the Church of St. Helena and Constantine. Surprisingly quiet, peaceful place.
Day 3: Valley of Monks – two and three-headed rock mushrooms. Derwent Valley, and imagination, and the symbol of Cappadocia – three rock beauties near Ürgüp.
4 days / 3 nights
Season: April to October
Art weekend – a great opportunity to get acquainted with the area, to visit the galleries, workshops, participate in exciting creative workshops with Turkish artists, acquire new knowledge, skills, experience and positive emotions!
The program includes familiarity with the terrain and workshops, accompanied by an expert, transfers to / from airport. Kayseri and on the ground, 1 dinner (depending on the season or a barbecue dinner in the restaurant), workshops of your choice.
Packages “Standard” and “Premium” – 3 full days excursion
Day 1: North Cappadocia:
Uchisar – the highest in Cappadocia rock fortress. The open air museum in Goreme – a complex of Byzantine churches of 10-11 centuries.
Visit the town of Avanos – the oldest town on the river Kızılırmak (Red River) – the center of pottery and carpet weaving. Demonstration of manufacturing pottery Turkish masters. On request, it is possible to mold the product independently under the guidance of masters.
Monks Valley – two and three-headed rock mushrooms. Derwent Valley, and imagination, and the symbol of Cappadocia – three rock beauties near Ürgüp.
Day 2: South Cappadocia:
Panorama of the Valley of the Doves (PigeonValley)
A trip to the underground city of Derinkuyu – the largest underground city of Cappadocia, one of the 200 known to date in Cappadocia.
Hiking (4 km.) In the Valley Ihlara – the deepest canyon of Cappadocia, visiting the rock churches. The picturesque and green place with a variety of animals.
Selime Monastery – ancient Byzantine monastery – wonderful frescoes.
Day 3. Drive to Valley Soganli with characteristic dovecotes and rock churches:
A visit to the former Greek village of Mustafapasa (formerly known as Sinasos), the monastery of St. Nicholas, the Church of St. Helena and Constantine. Surprisingly quiet, peaceful place, not like other Cappadocia.
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