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Cappadocia Short Break


Day 1

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Hocapaşa Mh. Safveti Sk, Sirkeci - Harem No:4, 34110 Fatih/İstanbul

+90 531 280 70 24

Travel to Turkey and break away from the bustle of the big cities to experience the rural culture of the Cappadocia region.

Must see points in the region!

The Goreme Open Air Museum, is one of Turkey's Unesco World Heritage sites, First an important Byzantine monastic settlement that housed some 20 monks, then a pilgrimage site from the 17th century, this splendid cluster of monastic Byzantine artistry with its rock-cut churches, chapels and monasteries is 1km uphill from Göreme's centre.

The Uchisar Castle, This tall volcanic-rock outcrop is one of Cappadocia's most prominent landmarks and visible for miles around. Riddled with tunnels, it was used for centuries by villagers as a place of refuge when enemy armies overtook the surrounding plains.

Pasabag three-headed fairy chimneys, Paşabağ contains some of the most striking fairy chimneys in Cappadocia with twin and even triple rock caps - formations that are unique even for Cappadocia! Locals refer to them as the mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys.

Avanos Pottery Town, It is well known throughout the country and abroad for the red clay products made by locals. Hundreds of the village men are skilled in making pots, plates, wine holders, and even ashtrays and chess sets. They are pottery masters and their skills have mostly been handed down from generation to generation.

Urgup town, with conical shaped body and a boulder on top of it. Three Graces(Üç Güzeller) are the brilliant three fairy chimneys.

Devrent Valley; lunar landscape with rock formations that look like animals.

Other Information

Price Includes

    Domestic Flight Tickets,

    Airport Transportations in Istanbul & Cappadocia,

    Accommodation with breakfast,

    Balloon Flight,

    Tours with lunch,

    Professional Licenced English&Spanish Speaking Guidance,

    Entry fees,

    Service Charges & Local Taxes.

Price Excludes

    Drinks at lunch


    Tips and gratuities

    Personal expenses

Extra Notes


What to bring!

Sweaters or fleece jacket

Comfortable walking shoes

Rain jacket, windbreaker or umbrella

Sunglasses and glasses case

Hat or sun visor

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