Starting the Day
Your journey will begin with a pick-up from your accommodation in the morning. You’ll meet our amazing guides in the bus, too.
You will ride in a spacious, comfy, and completely air-conditioned bus.
The bus complies with all safety rules to guarantee that you have a pleasant and safe travel.
Following a two-hour drive, a stop will be made at Seydisehir, where breakfast will be given. Then, we’ll take to the roads again.
Siratli Underground City
First of all, famed Siratli Underground City will be visited. This tourist site is situated in the area of Cappadocia, in the province of Aksaray.
The site has a long and illustrious history, dating back to the early Byzantine period.
While viewing the city’s salons, stores, stables, cooking facilities, and water wells, the guide will give you amazing information.
We’ll leave here for lunch in Avanos (extra fee).
Valleys of Cappadocia
After a satisfying meal, you’ll board the bus to continue your journey.
On the road, there will be two breaks. One break will take place in the Devrent Valley, while the other will take place in the Monk Valley.
Both valleys are breathtakingly beautiful! Soft rock formations with cones or towers you will see.
These beautiful valleys will undoubtedly leave a mark on you.
We’ll next visit town of Cavusin. The Church of St. John the Baptist, among other things, is located there.
Because of the dwellings carved into the rocks, it’s a popular place. These towns date from the first century BC.
Your guide will tell you the details
You will also get the opportunity to visit St. John the Baptist Church. This cathedral has a lengthy history, since it is one of the region’s first and largest Churches. Guides will tell you!
Watch the Vista
Your next visits will be the Valley of Love and Göreme Village.
There, you’ll be able to snap amazing panoramic shots while admiring the magnificent scenic look of the Cappadocian landscape.
Hotel & Overnight
You will arrive at your accommodation in Urgup in the afternoon. The Turkish Ministry of Tourism has certified this hotel as being of exceptional category.
It has a strong identity as a result of its distinctive building form. In truth, this hotel was constructed using natural rocks found in the area.
At 19:00, when you check-in, supper will be served. The dinner will be held at the dining hall and will feature an unlimited buffet with a wide range of selections.
These activities are not included in the price but you can have and enjoy them:
After supper, you are ready to do anything you choose with your leisure.
If you’re still looking for some adventure and discovery in the city, your guide can accompany you for an additional fee to a typical Turkish night.
Folk dances, belly dances, and traditional music are all part of a typical Turkish night.
(On following morning DAY 2)- You can enjoy a balloon ride in the morning.
The hot air balloon excursion meets all Civil Aviation Directorate safety regulations.
Your balloon ride will take around an hour and will include stunning scenery of the dawn.
You will be given a certificate of participation so that you may remember this incredible event for the rest of your life.
Breakfast in Hotel
We’ll enjoy a nice breakfast and then leave the hotel to visit other places in Cappadocia.
Next, you will visit a ceramic workshop as part of your tour. You’ll be able to see some incredible handmade items as the artist displays and explains the process step by step.
You may buy fantastic mementos to take home and recall your trip for the rest of your life.
Watch the View
We’ll visit shorty Three Graces and the Pigeon Valley, two of Cappadocia’s most well-known attractions.
The setting is great for taking panoramic photographs.
Anatolian Stones Workshop
Next stop will be at an Anatolian stone processing center. You’ll learn a lot about these well-known stones and how they’re processed there.
Additionally, you have the option of purchasing your own homemade mementos.
Goreme Open Air Museum
Next, we’ll see a UNESCO Heritage: Goreme Open Air Museum.
This stunning region is home to a rock-built town. It really dates back to the early Christian era, when it was used to house religious life for a long time.
Chapels, eating places, stores, and rooms cut into rocks are all part of the village.
Lunch & Going Back to Home
We’ll take roads back to home. But first, we’ll stop to eat something.
Lunch will be provided at an additional cost at a local restaurant in Konya.
You will get the chance to sample some of the region’s regional dishes during lunch.
The notorious Konya’s meat bread is one among them.
Your two-day Side Cappadocia Tour concludes in the afternoon with a bus ride back to your accommodation in Side.