6 Days – 5 Nights Tour
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Cappadocia – Konya
Duration: 6 Days – 5 Nights Tour Rate From : Please Ask
Istanbul – Kayseri – Cappadocia Tours – Konya – Istanbul / By Train & By Bus
Day 1 – Istanbul – Kayseri
20:30 Depart from Haydarpasa Train Station by overnight train to Kayseri
Day 2 – Kayseri – Cappadocia
Arrival to Kayseri. Met on arrival and transfer to Cappadocia. Check into cave hotel. Free Day. Overnight.
Day 3 – Cappadocia Tour I
After breakfast, Depart from your hotel to visit Devrent Valley to see the unigue fairy-chimneys. Drive to Pasabag (Monk”s Valley) to see the most interesting mushroom-shaped pinnacles. Drive to the city of Avanos for lunch. In the afternoon visit another beautiful open air museum at Goreme where the remains of rock-cut churches and Christian settlements date back hundreds of years. Lastly, before returning to your hotel, visit the natural castles at Uchisar. Overnight in cave hotel Cappadocia.
Day 4 – Cappadocia Tour II – Konya
After breakfast depart from your hotel to visit Red valley and explore the famous rock- cut churches. Then visit Cavusin village. This village is famous for the houses and churches of the christian clegymen. Drive to the pigeon valley for lunch. In the afternoon visit Kaymakli underground city. Where early christians lived in fear and faith. On the way back visit the natural castles at Ortahisar. At the end of the tour overnight bus for Konya.
17:00 Depart from Cappadocia for Konya (first class comfortable bus)
Day 5 – Konya – Istanbul
Breakfast & Check out from the hotel. Free Day to explore Konya.
17:45 Depart from Konya by overnight train to Istanbul
Day 6 – Istanbul
Morning arrival to Haydarpasa train station in Istanbul. Tour ends.
Turkey tours by train travel starts from istanbul to kayseri for cappadocia tours and you will stay in cave hotel in cappadocia than continue to konya by bus than train travel from konya to istanbul.
Cappadocia : For millions of years, the mighty volcanoes of the Central Anatolian Plateau erupted and spewed their contents across the land that would become the cradle of civilization. Blessed with a moderate climate and fertile soil, one of the world’s earliest known communities was founded 10,000 years ago at Catalhoyuk along the river banks of the Casambasuyu near Konya. Mankind’s first nature painting was found here and it portrays the most recent eruption of Hasan Dagi almost 9000 years ago. Today, its snow capped peaks dominate the Konya plain, awash in golden hues where vast wheat fields blend subtly with the ochre colored soil and the monochromatic palette is interrupted only where rivers flow and tall poplars flaunt their greenery.
Konya : Konya is one of the first inhabited cities in the history of mankind, and still contains traces of many ancient civilisations which gives it the atmosphere of a museum city. Because of its locations in the middle of the barren Anatolian steppe, it used to be one of the most important trading centres on the Silk Road. The fertile land around the city means Konya is also the heart of Turkey’s grain industry, with farming a major industry. Steeped in tradition, it is one of the most conservative and religious places in the country, and best known as the adopted home of Celaleddin Rumi, the Sufic mystic who founded the Whirling Dervish sect. Today it is still a centre of Sufic practice and teaching, and one of the highlights for visitors is the Mevlana Museum, the former lodge of the dervishes.