Daily Tour

İstanbul and Cappadocia 4 Days


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    Daily Tour

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    4 days 3 nights

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    Max 12 people

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    İstanbul – Cappadocia


Let's collect the moments not the things


Early morning pick you up from hotel and transfer to airport for Cappadocia flight.

At the exit of Airport, someone from our agency will be waiting for you, your name written on it. And transferred to our Office. After welcome drink start your excursion.
Our first stop will be the fantastic vista point of Uchisar Castle where you will receive information about the rich history of Cappadocia and the unique rock formations.
After the panoramic view point, we will be visitin Goreme Open Air Museum. Your guide will explain the meanings of frescoes covering the walls of thousand-year-old cave churches as you explore this spectacular destination. You will also learn how early Christians used to promulgate Christianity in Cappdocia.
Next, we will be seeing a kick-wheel pottery demonstration and our guests are welcome to show their own talent about pottery.
We will have our lunch in Avanos or Göreme with traditional Turkish foods. After lunch we will visit Pasabag Fairy Chimneys where is also commonly known as Monks Valley. You will have chance to see the famous mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys as well as St. Simeon’s monk cell carved into the rock.
Devrent Valley is well known as imagination valley where you can take fantastic pictures with animal-shaped rock formations.
Our last visit will be Turkish handmade carpet cooperative where you will be informed about process of handwoven kilims and double-knotted rugs from Turkey.
Tour lasts around 5pm.

We highly recommend you balloon flight as optional activity.
Sunrise Balloon Flight over lunar landscape of Cappadocia. After landing celebrate with champagne and back to hotel around 7am which will let you take a rest and have a breakfast till excursion’s pick-up time.
Your guide will pick you up from hotel around 10:00 and then we will visit Goreme Panorama where you can see wonderful view of Goreme town with its spectacular cave houses.
Then, we will start our hike in the beautiful Red/Rose Valley which will take approximately 5 km and slightly more than one hour. We will see fairy-chimneys, local farms, pigeon houses and cave chapels. Your guide will give information about the history and the unique formations of Cappadocia during the hike. At the end of the hike we will have a quick stop at Cavusin Old Greek Village.
Then we will drive to Love Valley to take amazing pictures of pillar-shaped rock formations of Cappadocia
We will have our lunch with traditional Turkish foods. After lunch we will visit carved underground city which was used by early Christians as a shelter to hide themselves against their enemies.
Next, we will have a stop at the terrific view of Pigeon Valley where you will be informed about carved pigeon houses.
Our final stop will be Onyx factory where you will be informed about semi-precious volcanic stones of Turkey.
Tour ends around 17:00

Private transfer to Airport. Overnight in İstanbul.

After breakfast at hotel, your guide will pick you up around 08:30
Dolmabahce Palace, which was finished in 1855 during the era of Sultan Abdulmecid. Built by two Ottoman architects, Karabet and Nikogos Balyan. The glorious external and internal views of the palace reflect the trends of the period.
Boat trip on the Bosphorus, an amazing cruise between the two continents, Europe and Asia. The Bosphorus that connects Black Sea with Marmara Sea and seperates Asia and Europe, is the apple of the World with its unique natural beauty. The Asian and European shores of the Bosphorus are embellished with beautiful waterside residences. You will have chance to see Rumeli Fortress and beautiful mansions of Bosphorus among the cruise.
Pierre Loti Hill, after French writer Pierre Loti had discovered this place it became mentioned as Pierre Loti Cafe. Since so many years, it is most important stop for lovers, for people who want to meet themselves and escape from the city breathing a spiritual peace.
Cable car, ride from the top of the hill to the Golden Horn by cable car.
Golden Horn, approximately 8 km long, narrow horn shape divides the European shore into two. Since it is a natural port, Byzantine and Ottoman Navies and those interested in commercial shipping gathered there. At sunset the water’s colour turns into gold and today the shores are surrounded by pleasant parks and walking paths.
City Walls, the old Istanbul peninsula is surrounded by the old walls like a triangle. The walls, with a lenght of around 22 km, date back to the 5th century during the Roman era.

After breakfast at hotel, your guide will pick you up around 08:30
Hagia Sophia, once described as the greatest church in Christendom, is certainly a masterpiece with a synthesis of the Occident and the Orient. Built by Constantine the Great in 325 on the remains of a pagan temple. Rebuilt by Justinian and Theodora. In 1453, Mehmet the Conqueror added minarets to the huge, soaring dome and turned the former church into a mosque. The building controversially became a museum in 1935, but the interior retains its religious associations with the Christian mosaics and Muslim calligraphic disks adorning its walls and piers.
Blue Mosque has a special place among the various Ottoman buildings constructed in the Sultanahmet Square. Constructed by Sedefkar Mehmet Aga who took classical Ottoman architecture and the Hagia Sophia into consideration in designing and construction of the Blue Mosque and created an interior space which is more spacious, well lighted and airy than the others. It is known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior.
Hippodrome, a public park used in the days of the Byzantine Empire for ceremonies and sporting events (chariot races, athletics). Theodosius Obelisk, Serpentine Column, Column of Constantine and German Fountain of Wilhelm II are the monuments decorating Hippodrome.
Grand Bazaar is the oldest and biggest closed bazaar of the world. It was founded in 1461. Like an enormous labyrinth, it is a spectacular and unique part of Istanbul with 60 streets and over 3600 stores. The Grand Bazaar offers a wide range of products from copper to glazed tiles, from marriage articles to ready wear, and from various handicrafts to all types of spice. Western writers often mention the Grand Bazaar in their memories and travel journals.
Topkapı Palace, which had been the seat of government for the Ottoman Empire that ruled three continents for centuries, was constructed between the years of 1460 and 1478 during the reign of Sultan Mehmed II(The Conqueror). It was home to the sultans and their families until the reign of Sultan Abdülmecit. Therefore, it has a very rich collection of porcelains, robes, weapons, shields, armors, miniatures, Islamic calligraphic manuscripts as well as Ottoman treasures and jewellery.
Tour ends around 17:30

If you have any further question please don’t hesitate to ask us. We’ll be very happy to assist you.


Pick up & drop off from hotel
Professional guiding service
Lunch ( Please remind us for vegan or vegeterian preferences)
Museum Tickets


€850,00 4 days 3 nights

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