You will be picked up from your Hotel in the morning. Then, Visit the Goreme Open Air Museum, Goreme valley holds the highest concentration of rock-cut chapels and monasteries in Cappadocia. View the churches with superb Byzantine frescoes depicting scenes from the Old and New Testaments, the life of Christ and deeds of the Saints.
Stop at the Pigeon Valley where is the one of the most beautiful valley of Cappadocia. Its name is derived from the pigeons and their nests in the valley.
Then we will drive to pretty town of Avanos, which has long been a center for pottery artisans as it lies on the banks of the Red River where clay supplies are abundant. Enjoy a visit to a pottery workshop to meet the artisans and see their displayed collections.
After lunch, we will visit a carpet weaving coopeartive. Carpets are woven by the local ladies in Cappadocia for centuries and it is thought from one generation to the other. We will visit a carpet weaving center to learn about the most famous Turkish art work.
You will complete your day descending below the earth’s surface into the Kaymakli Underground City (or Ozkonak or Cardak), where five levels extend below ground and include; living quarters, kitchens, wine presses, storage rooms, stables and ventilation shafts. Early Christians carved out these subterranean complexes to avoid invaders who swept across the plains of Anatolia from the 6th to the 9th Century
At the end of the day, you will be taken your Hotel.
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