2 Day Cappadocia Tour


Cappadocia monastic life, 12th century Fresco art, the highest level of church decoration, and Sekko drawing, an early decoration art. This monastery complex, where you can find them all together and was founded by the famous Bishop Basilius of Kayseri; It is one of the most visited museums in the region. The monastic life, which caused the ascetic lifestyle to come to an end, albeit partially, as well as being an important school where tacky monks started to live together in healthier conditions under the leadership of Basilius of Kayseri, hot food and medicine entered the life of monks for the first time in the 7th century. Göreme Open Air Museum is a unique museum where you will discover the 12th century Sekko and Fresco art in detail.

Known as the Valley of Love since the 90's, and whose real name is Baghdere (formerly famous for its vineyards), this cruise point is the land of interesting formations where ATV tours, wedding shots and hot air balloons watching and photo safaris are held. This valley, which became famous after the blog of a traveler with its heart-shaped formation looking from the balloon, maintains its popularity among the Cappadocia travel routes with the social media posts of the celebrities who come to the region.

Paşabağları, which has been able to accommodate the cell rooms of the 1st century and 4th century Ascetic Life until today, is one of the important stops of our tour. The monks, who lived a solitary life here and spread their cell life, take you on a historical journey between the 1st and 4th centuries with the cell houses they carved in the valley of Paşabağları.

Underground cities are a unique feature of Cappadocia, they appeared due to the fact that the layer of soft tuff sometimes reaches a thickness of several tens of meters. It was easy enough for people to expand and deepen their buildings. Underground cities saved people from raids. In total, 36 underground cities have been discovered in Cappadocia. At first, these were more underground villages with a small number of rooms, but gradually, especially in the Byzantine period, they grew to the size of cities, accommodating up to thirty thousand people. The underground city of Derinkuyu, which translated from Turkish means "deep well", has eight underground floors and goes 55,5 meters deep. There are rooms for pets, warehouses, a dining room, a kitchen, wine cellars, a church and even a missionary school, a confessional and a font. The ventilation shafts of that time still function here, and the tunnels and halls are quite well lit.

Selime Monastery is located on the northern edge of the Ykhlara Canyon and is the highest rock-cut monastery in Cappadocia. The views from it are amazing! It is also notable for the fact that in one composition you can see all the components of the monastery.

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