Last Updated on September 22, 2020
Cappadocia Blue Tour is a popular sightseeing tour covering the popular attractions and sights of the southern part of Cappadociasuch as valleys, fairy chimneys, villages and Kaymaklı Underground City. Majority of the tours are made via professional tour guide and driver.
What to Expect?
Cappadocia Blue Tour is a popular sightseeing tour and one of the best way to explore the top attractions of Cappadocia. Typical tours mostly start early in the morning upon you’re being picked-up from your hotel around 09:30 am in the company of a professional tour guide, and goes for about 8 hours. At the end of the tour, you’re being dropped-off to your hotel.
The schedule of the sights and attractions of Cappadocia Blue Tour may change but you’ll finish your day out by exploring the top Cappadocia sights including;
- The old Greek town of Mustafapasa,
- Red Valley,
- Rose Valley,
- Ortahisar Castle,
- Kaymakli Underground City.
Attractions & Sights to Explore
The Old Greek Town of Mustafapasa
Red Valley is also known as one of the best places in Cappadocia to watch the sunset. You can enjoy this activity at the valley in the company of lovely fairy chimneys. Also ideal for photography enthusiasts. The crimson ambiance on sunset also give a dreamy scenery to the valley. That’s why Red Valley is one of the popular tourist zones in Cappadocia.
Rose Valley (Gulludere) is located near Goreme. Rose Valley is the best place to see the fairy chimney formations in Cappadocia. And that makes Rose Valley a popular hiking route in Cappadocia for nature lovers.
Uchisar Castle is the highest point of the region and also the biggest and the most beautiful fairy chimney of the region where you may enjoy a unique panoramic views over Cappadocia.
Ortahisar Castle is a rock castle situated in Ortahisar town and offers a magnificent panorama over the fairy chimneys of Hallacdere and the snowy peak of Mount Erciyes. Today the castle has been restored and the peak is accessible by a staircase.
Kaymakli Underground City
Kaymakli Underground City has 8 levels underground (only 4 are open) carved from the soft volcanic stone that are connected with each other by narrow tunnels. Visitors may visit stalls, stables, stores, refectories, churches, wineries, kitchens and the other sections.