Last Updated on September 22, 2020
Cappadocia Red Tour is a popular sightseeing tour covering the popular attractions and sights of the northern part of Cappadocia, such as valleys, fairy chimneys, viewpoints, villages, castles, Avanos pottery workshops and Goreme Open Air Museum. Majority of the tours are made via professional tour guide and driver.
What to Expect?
Cappadocia Red 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 7-8 hours. At the end of the tour, you’re being dropped-off to your hotel.
The schedule of the sights and attractions of Cappadocia Red Tour may change but you’ll finish your day out by exploring the top Cappadocia sights including;
- Avanos town plus pottery workshops,
- Pasabag Monks Valley,
- Devrent Imagination Valley,
- Love Valley,
- Goreme Open Air Museum,
- Esentepe viewpoint,
- Uchisar Castle,
- Cavusin old Greek houses,
- Wine cellars in Urgup.
Attractions & Sights to Explore
Avanos & Potter Workshops
Avanos is situated by the Red River and attracts big number of visitors with its European town look. In Avanos, you’ll see variety of great traditional pottery workshops and demonstrations and you may glimpse into the world of pottery while you stroll along the streets of Avanos.
When you get into one of this pottery hops, you’ll have the opportunity to make your own clay pot if you wish, with the local craftsmen to help you polish up your skills.
Pasabag Monks Valley
Those who come visit Cappadocia mostly go to Pasabag Valley to see the best fairy chimney formations. The formations that once used as a seclusion place for the Monks.
Devrent Imagination Valley
Devrent Valley, also called as “Imagination Valley” is one of the fantastic regions of Cappadocia.
The valley is home to very interesting fairy chimney formations. Cappadocia’s famous fairy chimney that looks like camel and many other fairy chimneys that look resemble animal or human figures are located here.
With its magnificent views, the valley is one of the popular spots where you can watch the sunset in Cappadocia. It is also very ideal for photography enthusiasts.
Goreme Open Air Museum
Goreme Open Air Museum is a rocky settlement area that has hosted an extreme monastery life between 4th to 13th centuries D.C.. Being UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985, the Goreme Open Air Museum is also one most popular places to see in Cappadocia.
You’ll experience and enjoy some well preserved, rock-cut churches with frescoes and paintings dating from as early as the 10th century and the best examples of Byzantine art in Cappadocia. The region forms a valley including churches, chapels, dining halls and sitting rooms at the rock-cut blocks.
Esentepe is one of the most popular viewpoints located along the hills on the Goreme-Avanos road.
You’ll enjoy the stunning views of Cappadocia while you enjoy your drink at the variety of lovely restaurants and cafes lined up along the hill overlooking the Goreme Valley.
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.
Cavusin is pretty small village and one of the oldest settlements of the region situated along the Goreme-Avanos road.
In Cavusin, locals still live in the rock-cut dwellings and stone houses. Cavusin also has variety of historical sites such as ruins from the Christian monks and some churches.
Urgup Wine Cellars
Urgup is one of the most popular towns in Cappadocia that travelers may experience and enjoy all the extraordinary formations, fairy chimneys, cultural heritage and ethnographic diversity of whole Cappadocia region.
You’ll also have chance to visit the famous wine cellars, taste and shop from the wide range of wines.