Cultural Heritage Tour (Cappadocia Red Tour)

6 Hours
  • Minibus
  • English - Türkçe - Spanish - Russian
  • Lunch
  • 16 pax
  • Daily Tour


Cappadocia Red Tour

Uchisar Castle

Uchisar Castle is a prominent landmark in Cappadocia, located in the town of Uchisar. It is a natural rock formation that was carved and shaped into a fortress-like structure. The castle offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and is a popular spot for tourists to explore and take in the breathtaking scenery.

Göreme Open Air Museum

The Göreme Open Air Museum is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cappadocia. It is located near the town of Göreme and consists of a cluster of rock-cut churches, monasteries, and dwellings that date back to the 10th-12th centuries. The site showcases impressive frescoes and provides insight into the region’s rich Byzantine history.

Pasabag Valley

Pasabag Valley, also known as Monks Valley, is known for its unique rock formations and fairy chimneys. The valley is characterized by towering, mushroom-shaped rock formations that were formed by volcanic activity and erosion. It is a popular destination for visitors to explore and witness the fascinating geological formations up close.

Devrent Valley

Devrent Valley, often referred to as “Imagination Valley” or “Pink Valley,” is famous for its surreal and otherworldly rock formations. These formations resemble various shapes, animals, and objects, stimulating visitors’ imaginations. Exploring Devrent Valley is like entering a dreamlike landscape filled with unusual rock formations that seem to come alive with the power of imagination.

Love Valley

Love Valley is another captivating location in Cappadocia, named after the unique phallic-shaped rock formations that dominate the area. These formations, created by volcanic eruptions and subsequent erosion, have earned the valley its romantic and playful name. Love Valley offers picturesque views and is a popular spot for hiking, photography, and enjoying the stunning natural surroundings.

Avanos Pottery and Carpet Workshops

Avanos is a town in Cappadocia famous for its pottery and carpet-making traditions. The town sits on the banks of the Kızılırmak River, which provides the red clay used by local artisans to create unique pottery. Visitors can explore various pottery workshops and witness the intricate process of creating ceramics. Avanos is also known for its handwoven carpets, and you can find workshops where skilled weavers produce beautiful carpets using traditional techniques.

Ürgüp Fairy Chimney

Ürgüp is a town in Cappadocia known for its fairy chimneys, which are tall, cone-shaped rock formations. These natural wonders were formed by volcanic activity and erosion over millions of years. The Ürgüp Fairy Chimney is a famous landmark and an iconic symbol of Cappadocia’s unique geological features. Visitors can explore the area, marvel at the chimneys, and enjoy the scenic beauty of the region.

These attractions in Cappadocia offer a fascinating blend of natural wonders, historical sites, and traditional craftsmanship, making it a captivating destination for travelers from around the world.


  • Göreme Open Air Museum
  • Uçhisar Castle
  • Love valley
  • Avanos pottery workshop
  • Paşabag (Monks) valley
  • Devrent (Imagination) valley
  • Ürgüp fairy chimneys



  • Transportation (A/C Minivan)
  • Guidance service (English - Türkçe)
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees


  • Drinks taken during lunch
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips

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Cultural Heritage Tour (Cappadocia Red Tour)