Duration: 6 hours

Price: 200 euros for a group of 1-5 people

The price includes: licensed English-speaking guide, comfortable air-conditioned van with a driver

The price excludes: museum entrance fees, lunch, personal expenses

Tour Program

Ortahisar panorama: the view of the rock-cut fortress of Ortahisar is like no other in Cappadocia, it brings to mind the Tower of Babel and makes you think of the hundreds of generations that lived here relying on the this natural citadel for protection.

Mustafapaşa: a historical Greek settlement famous for its magnificent architecture which includes dozens of family mansions, St. Nicholas Monastery as well a cathedral dedicated to St. Helen and St. Constantine. Nowadays, this small town provides a pleasant break from the touristic centres of Cappadocia, you can enjoy a stroll while surveying the landmarks and learning about the history of this Christian settlement in the heart of the Ottoman Empire. 

Keşlik Monastery: one of the most beautiful monastic complexes in Cappadocia. There are two rock-cut churches decorated with murals from the 9th and 12th centuries, very different in style and thus more interesting to compare. We can also see the hermitages, a refectory and a humble underground baptismal pool.

Sobesos: these are the ruins dating to the 5th-6th century AD. Here, we see the Roman bath area with its little columns and its hypocaust system, the market place (the Agora) and a spacious basilica decorated with floor mosaics.

Soğanlı Valley: it is a quiet valley with many churches and multi-level dovecotes. Some of the murals in the churches here are quite unique and rarely seen elsewhere in Cappadocia.