First day: Departure from Istanbul: You will be transferred from your hotel and then take the night bus to Nevsehir Departure at around 20:30. The journey takes about 11 hours.
Day Two: North Cappadocia Tour: Upon your arrival at the Nevsehir Bus Station, you will be welcomed and taken to your hotel to wait for the tour group and have breakfast (with available time - subject to the additional cost). You will be escorted around 09:00 AM, and you will start your day visiting Devrent Valley, also known as "Imagination Valley", which is the most surreal looking sight. Your next stop will be Pashabagi, also called the Valley of the Hermits, because Christian hermits have chosen to locate the cells and churches in these three-headed summits symbolizing the Holy Trinity, so you can see all the stages in the formation of imaginary chimneys in this spot. Then we will move to Avanos (Vanessa) pottery center in Cappadocia, this village is located on the banks of the Red / Kizilirmak river. The river gets its name from the red clay that it deposits. You can see potters at work with kick wheels, a technique that has remained unchanged for generations. After lunch, the trip continues to Goreme Open Air Museum. The most important Byzantine cave churches in the world are found in these valleys that were once far from the hustle and bustle of life. Where monks and nuns continued monastic life from the third century AD. Here you can see the best preserved Byzantine frescoes and frescoes from the Roman era to the end of the Seljuk rule. Icons with scenes from the Old and New Testaments above Pictures of Church Fathers and Saints depicting the structure of the Byzantine universe. A panoramic view of Esentepe. With a magnificent view of Goreme from Esentepe, you can see the full view of Goreme Valley and Goreme Village: fairy chimneys, rock formations and cave houses. Then we finish the day with Uchisar Castle. This tall rock, the highest point in the Goreme region, is a 25-story beehive of cave rooms that make up an underground city that reaches the sky. It was used as a castle during the Roman, Byzantine and Seljuk periods. The view of the Cappadocian countryside from here is amazing and amazing. After the tour, you will be disembarked at your hotel. Accommodation in Cappadocia (lunch on tour)
Day 3: South Cappadocia Tour: (Exit the hotel in the morning). You will go from your hotel at around 9:30 AM and start the day with a tour along the Red & Rose Valley, the region's most beautiful and mysterious valley. The valleys, with their impressive volcanic rock formations, are located in the heart of Cappadocia but very far from the main tourist havens. Our hike will end in the village of Cavusin Cave, where we will see a rocky castle and populated dwellings where people lived until the twentieth century. After lunch at a local restaurant, we return to the center of the earth, with a trip to the underground city of Kaymakli, one of the largest and deepest of numerous Cappadocia settlements. This city is about 40 meters deep and contains all the usual rooms located in an underground city (stables, cellars, storage rooms, restaurants, churches, wineries, etc.). Today we will end with a visit to Wadi Al Hamam where we will have a stunning view of the doves, abandoned ancient cave houses and ancient Greek houses in Uchisar. After the tour, you will be taken to the bus station where you will be traveling in the bus that departs around 20:00 to Istanbul. (Breakfast at the hotel, lunch on the tour)
Day 4: Arrival in Istanbul: You will arrive at Istanbul Esenler Bus Station at approximately 7:00 am. When you arrive, you can use public transportation to reach Ataturk Airport or Sultanahmet district.