Pick up 08:30 am .The first stop is Kultepe Kanis Karum.The literally meaning is Hill of Ashes, this settlement dates back to 4000 BC and is 20km northeast of Kayseri. It composes of an Assyrian trading colony called Karum, and a tumulus 500m diameter and 22m high. The town of Kanis was prominent from around 2500 BC, and it was the centre of Anatolia’s most prominent kingdom. It is possible to pick out the houses, roads and shops from the site, which is accessible to visitors, and is opposite the tumulus. It is now a famous open-air museum, having been rediscovered in 1881. Excavations since then have unearthed items from Assyrian, Roman, Persian and Hittite periods, including letters on tablets of stone written in the Assyrian language which are the oldest written documents of Anatolia.After we will visit to Kayseri Ramparts and Castle is at Cumhuriyet Boulevard, are constructed on 3rd century, and narrowed & repaired in the middle of 6th century. Ancient castle of Kayseri city is composed of two parts: internal castle and external castle, composed of external ramparts and bastions.And then we will visit to Soganli Valley, in which there are about 50 rock churches and caverns is also an important tourism center.After we will visit important mosques of the city are Ulu Mosque, Gulluk Inn, Hacikilic, Kursunlu and Kale Mosques, Avgunlu, Cifte, Sircali,Sah Kutlu Hatun,Ali Cafer, Kosk vaults as well as Melik Mehmet Gazi and Seyyit Burhanettin mausoleums, which are at the city center, are the important ones. Overnight in Kayseri.