Private Via Salt Lake Tour To Cappadocia From Istanbul
"Day 1As your travel will actually follow the ancient Silk Road nothing is more suitable than a refreshing stop at an authentic travelers’ inn the Ağzıkarahan Caravanserai which was built in the 13th century by the Selçuk Empire.Your first visit in the Cappadoccia region will be the Kaymaklı or the Derinkuyu one the underground cities where early Christians found refuge.You may then opt for lunch either in a fish or meat restaurant with a selection of local Cappadocia wines.The afternoon will be a great time to see the magnificent scenes offered by the unique nature of the region
"After you are collected from your hotel you will travel past Ortahisar known for storing the countries lemons naturally underground you will also have a photo opportunity at the rock castle. From here you will travel to the old Greek village of Mustafapaşa one of the largest in the area before the population exchange in 1924. Afterward you will visit the unusual Byzantine Keslik Monastery before exploring the recently uncovered Sobessos Excavation site home to Roman Mosaics. You will visit Soğanli Valley for lunch and afterward take a 3km hike throughout the valley. We return to Göreme on the way stopping at Mazi Underground City lesser known but no less impressive and finally Uçhisar castle where you can take in the magnificent views of the numerous towns and valleys that lay below."
Soganli Valley Kaymakli Underground City and All Highlights of Southeast Cappadocia
"Pick up from your hotel and you will visit Kaymakli Underground City see how the people lived in this multi level city complete with stables kitchens storage chambers and wine making room. Next head to the Soganli Valley relaxing 3km walk through the valley with Byzantine period rock tombs. Visit the Sobesos a Roman Bath from the 5th century and mosaics and graves from Byzantine Empire Period before moving on to Taskinpasa Medresesi
You never know what you'll come across on a hike in Cappadocia. We stumbled into a cave church in the middle of nowhere, and found a very surprised donkey hanging out in there. I felt he needed to be...