Cappadocia red tour will enable you to discover and explore the history and art of the Cappadocia. Cappadocia is one of the best places in the world where one may enjoy flying with the hot air balloons at their best. Flying over the landscapes of the area in hot air balloons during North Cappadocia tour will offer you an amazing experience in every possible manner.
We will then pick you up sharp at 9 a.m. for your Cappadocia red tour and then we will continue following our itinerary and enjoying sightseeing as follows one by one:
Uchisar Castle: The castle has been built on the highest point in the region. The castle is unique as it includes the graves, churches and tunnels that you are not going to see anywhere else around the world. There is a lot more that you can do at being at Cappadocia or you may say during your North Cappadocia Tour.
This attractive museum needs to be visited in order to understand the influence of the religion, specifically influence of Christianity, in the region. It is one of the tourist attracted sites with cave churches adorned with carved frescoes by the Orthodox monks somewhere between 900 and 1200 AD.
Next place to be visited during the North Cappadocia Tour is the Cavusin Old Greek village. It is about 4 km away from the Goreme open air museum. The village has been deserted because the area is known to be plagued by the rock falls. Here you can enjoy exploring the Church of John the Baptist. It is known to date back to 5th to 6th centuries. This village offers perfect view of the Rose Valley during the Cappadocia red tour.
This is the sight to see three head fairy chimneys. Then we will have lunch and we drop you back to cave hotel. With this your first day of Cappadocia red tour will come to an end.
It has been since Hittites 2000 BC that people get the red clays from around the K?z?l?rmak River (the longest river in Turkey) and white clay from volcanic hills. They use the clay to make jars and pots for their day to day usage.
Devrent ruins spread over the three valleys with several pointed fairy chimneys.
These fairy chimneys have conical shaped body along with a boulder on top of it and they are included in your Cappadocia red tour. This cap is made up of harder and more resistant rocks like ignimbrite and lahar, while the cone has been made up of volcanic ash and tufa.
The Cappadocia red tour will end with the visit to the carpet factory. Each carpet resembles a collection of symbols, beliefs and messages. Each pattern depicts certain feeling, a wish or a desire. These carpets are known to be representing a living history from early ages to date.