Turkey Nevsehir City Sightseeing Tours

Visiting the valleys of Love, Devrent, Rose, Ihlara, and Monks to explore the Avanos district, where the ancient pottery craft has become an art, is part of your Nevsehir City Sightseeing Tour. Goreme Open-Air Museum, which is known for its dark church, Tokali Church, is the main attraction in Nevsehir province. Thanks to the rich history of Nevsehir, these are just a few of the places you can visit, and dozens of other destinations can be added to your Nevsehir City Sightseeing Tour itinerary.

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Daily Belly Dancing Classes TourDaily Belly Dancing Classes Tour

Daily Belly Dancing Classes Tour

Belly Dancing, also known as the Oriental Dance improves your body awareness and self esteem, which inspires you to have a more positive point of view of your own body - creating a better acceptance of yourself exactly the way you are.

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Daily Belly Dancing Classes Tour
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Daily Rose and Red Valley TourDaily Rose and Red Valley Tour

Daily Rose and Red Valley Tour

Rose Valley is a large valley located between Goreme and Cavusin villages, and it is divided into many smaller valleys: Gulludere, Kizilcukur, Meskendir and Zindanonu valleys.

Tour TypeRegular & Private
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DestinationsNevsehirCappadocia
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Daily Rose and Red Valley Tour
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Daily Kaymakli Underground City Tour from NevsehirDaily Kaymakli Underground City Tour from Nevsehir

Daily Kaymakli Underground City Tour from Nevsehir

Cappadocia is surrounded by lots of different valleys, having their own special monuments.If you are interested to explore the secret parts of Cappadocia and little hiking, please join TavelShop Turkey to have an unforgettable day tour.

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Daily Kaymakli Underground City Tour from Nevsehir
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Daily Hattusa TourDaily Hattusa Tour

Daily Hattusa Tour

One of the most interesting civilization that called this region home - were the Hittites. They ruled the lands some 4000 years ago and we can still see several examples in Cappadocia, however, to really immerse yourself in the spectacular ruins from the Hittites, one must travel north to Hattusa.

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DestinationsNevsehirHattusa (Bogazkoy) Archaeological Site
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Daily Hattusa Tour
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Daily Turkish Night Show TourDaily Turkish Night Show Tour

Daily Turkish Night Show Tour

Cappadocia Turkish night shows offer more glitzy entertainment than education, though many of them attempt to do both.

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Daily Turkish Night Show Tour
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Daily Cappadocia Valleys Tour from NevsehirDaily Cappadocia Valleys Tour from Nevsehir

Daily Cappadocia Valleys Tour from Nevsehir

Cappadocia is a historical region in Central Anatolia, largely in the Goreme, Avanos, Urgup, Nevsehir, Kayseri, Kirsehir, Aksaray, and Nigde Provinces in Turkey. The name, traditionally used in Christian sources throughout history, continues in use as an international tourism concept to define a region of exceptional natural wonders, in particular characterized by fairy chimneys and a unique historical and cultural heritage.

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Daily Cappadocia Valleys Tour from Nevsehir
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Daily Photo Safari Cappadocia Tour from NevsehirDaily Photo Safari Cappadocia Tour from Nevsehir

Daily Photo Safari Cappadocia Tour from Nevsehir

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Daily Photo Safari Cappadocia Tour from Nevsehir
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Daily Ihlara Valley Tour from NevsehirDaily Ihlara Valley Tour from Nevsehir

Daily Ihlara Valley Tour from Nevsehir

Cappadocia is famous for magnificent valleys and unique formations shaped by the eruptions of three volcanoes; Mount Erciyes (3,917m), Mount Hasan (3,263m) and Mount Melendiz (2,963m). These valleys were used to hide the first churches of Cappadocia carved into fairy chimneys and caves. Our Hiking tours cover these incredible valleys from spectacular top to wondrous bottom.

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Daily Ihlara Valley Tour from Nevsehir
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3 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City Tour3 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City Tour

3 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City Tour

In ancient geography, Cappadocia or Cappadocia (Turkish: Kapadokya) was the name of the extensive inland district of Asia Minor (Asian part of modern Turkey). Cappadocia region is the place where nature and history come together most beautifully within the world. While geographic events are forming Peribacalari (fairy chimneys), during the historical period, humans had carried the signs of thousand years old civilizations with carving houses and churches within these earth pillars and decorating them with frisks.Cappadocia contains several underground cities, largely used by early Christians as hiding places before they became a legitimate religion. The Cappadocia region is largely underlain by sedimentary rocks formed in lakes and streams, and ignimbrite deposits erupted from ancient volcanoes approximately 9 to 3 million years ago (late Miocene to Pliocene epochs). The rocks of Cappadocia near Goreme eroded into hundreds of spectacular pillars and minaret-like forms. The volcanic deposits are soft rocks that the people of the villages at the heart of the Cappadocia Region carved out to form houses, churches, monasteries. Goreme became a monastic center between 300-1200 AD. First period settlement in Goreme reaches to the Roman period from Christianity. Yusuf Koc, Ortahane, Durmus Kadir and Bezirhane churches in Goreme, houses and churches carved into rocks till to Uzun Dere, Baglidere and Zemi Valley carries the mystical side of history today. The Goreme Open Air Museum is the most visited site of the monastic communities in Cappadocia and is one of the most famous sites in central Turkey. It is a complex comprising more than 30 rock-carved churches and chapels containing some superb frescoes, dating from the 9th to the 11th centuries..There are so many fascinating things to see in Cappadocia that you could spend a lifetime here and still discover new places. The main 'must-see' attractions are the two large open-air museums and the best of the underground cities. However, there are also many small, all-but-forgotten rock-cut churches and monasteries, splendid hiking trails, several spectacular caravanserais and many dramatic rock formations well worth going out of your way to visit.

Tour TypeRegular & Private
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DestinationsNevsehirCappadocia
Stars inNevsehir
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Operated inEnglish
3 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City Tour
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4 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City & Cooking Tour4 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City & Cooking Tour

4 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City & Cooking Tour

In ancient geography, Cappadocia or Cappadocia (Turkish: Kapadokya) was the name of the extensive inland district of Asia Minor (Asian part of modern Turkey). Cappadocia region is the place where nature and history come together most beautifully within the world. While geographic events are forming Peribacalari (fairy chimneys), during the historical period, humans had carried the signs of thousand years old civilizations with carving houses and churches within these earth pillars and decorating them with frisks.Cappadocia contains several underground cities, largely used by early Christians as hiding places before they became a legitimate religion. The Cappadocia region is largely underlain by sedimentary rocks formed in lakes and streams, and ignimbrite deposits erupted from ancient volcanoes approximately 9 to 3 million years ago (late Miocene to Pliocene epochs). The rocks of Cappadocia near Goreme eroded into hundreds of spectacular pillars and minaret-like forms. The volcanic deposits are soft rocks that the people of the villages at the heart of the Cappadocia Region carved out to form houses, churches, monasteries. Goreme became a monastic center between 300-1200 AD. First period settlement in Goreme reaches to the Roman period from Christianity. Yusuf Koc, Ortahane, Durmus Kadir and Bezirhane churches in Goreme, houses and churches carved into rocks till to Uzun Dere, Baglidere and Zemi Valley carries the mystical side of history today. The Goreme Open Air Museum is the most visited site of the monastic communities in Cappadocia and is one of the most famous sites in central Turkey. It is a complex comprising more than 30 rock-carved churches and chapels containing some superb frescoes, dating from the 9th to the 11th centuries..There are so many fascinating things to see in Cappadocia that you could spend a lifetime here and still discover new places. The main 'must-see' attractions are the two large open-air museums and the best of the underground cities. However, there are also many small, all-but-forgotten rock-cut churches and monasteries, splendid hiking trails, several spectacular caravanserais and many dramatic rock formations well worth going out of your way to visit.

Tour TypeRegular & Private
DepartureScheduled
DestinationsNevşehir Kapadokya AirportNevsehirCappadociaNevşehir Kapadokya Airport
Stars inNevşehir Kapadokya Airport
Ends inNevşehir Kapadokya Airport
Operated inEnglish
4 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City & Cooking Tour
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Discover Turkey Nevsehir City Sightseeing Tours

With our full City Sightseeing Tour, you can start a fascinating trip through the beautiful scenery of Nevsehir. Explore the beautiful Love, Devrent, Rose, Ihlara, and Monks valleys. Each has its own natural features and stunning views. In the Avanos area, you can learn about the old art of pottery. Skilled craftspeople use clay to make beautiful works of art, which will add a cultural element to your trip. 

If you want to learn more about Nevsehir's history, you have to go to the famous Goreme Open-Air Museum. Take a look at the beautiful paintings and building of the dark Tokali Church and learn about the interesting history of the area. But Nevsehir's beauty goes far beyond these well-known sites; there are many more secret gems waiting to be discovered. 

There are a lot of different things to see and do in Nevsehir, from old cave homes to beautiful rock formations. You can make your trip better by including famous Cappadocia tours like the Daily Photo Safari Cappadocia Tour or the Daily Kaymakli Underground City Tour in your plans. These tours will give you more time to learn about the area's history and natural beauty. Because there is so much to see and do, your Nevsehir City Sightseeing Tour will be an adventure you will never forget, full of history, culture, and natural beauty.

What to see in Cappadocia through Cappadocia City Sightseeing Tours

Travelers can enjoy a wide range of activities in Cappadocia, which has unique scenery and a long past. 

1. Goreme Open-Air Museum: Situated in Cappadocia, Turkey, the Goreme Open-Air Museum holds the prestigious title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is renowned for its numerous rock-cut churches and residences adorned with vibrant Byzantine frescoes. Among its notable attractions are the Katalık Church, Tokalı Church, and Elamlı, which showcase breathtaking frescoes dating back to the Roman era.

Places to see in Goreme Open-Air Museum:

    • Karanlık Kilise (Dark Church)
    • Tokalı Kilise (Buckle Church)
    • Elmalı Kilise (Apple Church)
    • Chapels and Monasteries
    • Cave Dwellings
    • Refectories and Dining Halls
    • Guardian's Tomb
    • Nunnery and Convent Complex
    • Yılanlı Kilise (Snake Church)
    • Saint Basil Chapel
    2. Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon Experience: Embark on an unforgettable journey with a sunrise hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia. Marvel at the enchanting landscape featuring Fairy Chimneys, Rock Formations, Valleys, Vineyards, and Orchards, while taking in panoramic views of the region.

    3. Uchisar Castle: On top of a rocky crag, Uchisar Castle has an excellent view of the nearby countryside, making it a great place to take pictures at sunset. 

    4. Pasabag (Monks Valley): This unique scenery is legendary for its magic chimneys and mushroom-shaped rock formations. It's a great place to explore and take pictures. 

    5. Derinkuyu Underground City: Explore the darkest corners of Cappadocia's underground cities, in which ancient people built as homes to hide from attackers. 

    6. Love Valley: Love Valley is a beautiful place to hike, ride horses, and enjoy the beautiful natural scenery. It got its name from the phallic-shaped rocks that are in it. 

    7. Avanos: People have been making pottery in Avanos for thousands of years. The town is very charming, and tourists can watch the artists at work or even try to make pottery in Avanos. 

    8. Zelve Open-Air Museum: Explore the empty cave homes and churches of Zelve, which was once a busy Byzantine village, and be amazed by the striking rock-cut architecture. 

    9. Goreme Panorama: Visit one of Goreme's many panoramic lookout points to see wide views of the unusual Cappadocian scenery, which is full of fairy chimneys, valleys, cave churches and cave houses. 

    10. Pigeon Valley: Pigeon Valley has been named for the thousands of pigeon houses that have been cut into the rocks. It has beautiful hiking trails and views of the towns and valleys around it. 

    Where to stay in Cappadocia?
    Cave hotels in Cappadocia offer unique accommodation options for travelers exploring the region. Carved into the soft volcanic rock amid the captivating scenery of fairy chimneys and rock formations, these hotels provide a memorable retreat. Offering respite from the summer heat and cozy warmth during winter, cave hotels are always a good choice. Moreover, these hotels are the top options for travelers, with rooms and suites boasting unique decor that reflects a piece of the area's vibrant history and culture. For those seeking an unparalleled journey, experiencing Cappadocia's landscape from a cave hotel is an absolute must. Also visitors can find three four and five star hotels to stay. 

    How to get Cappadocia?

    Nevsehir Cappadocia Airport, positioned 25 km away from the city center, 35 km from Göreme, and 40 km from Urgup, serves as a crucial gateway for weekend getaways to this renowned Turkish tourist destination. Featuring a modest layout comprising two terminals for domestic and international flights, this airport caters primarily to travel between Turkey's key tourism hubs like Istanbul, Ankara, and Antalya.

    While experiencing a recent uptick in traffic, Cappadocia Airport does not operate continuous flights and predominantly accommodates reciprocal routes from major Turkish cities. International flights are more prevalent during the summer season. Due to its relatively low traffic volume, the airport lacks extensive shopping options and offers limited choices for dining and refreshments.

    What should I eat in Cappadocia?

    Clay Pot Kebab: A unique dish from Cappadocia, cooked in earthen ovens over a wood fire. The region's well-known wine complements the smoky flavor and aroma.
    Apricot Stew: A blend of fruits and meats cooked in a clay pot over a wood fire. The fruit is sweetened with grape syrup, and meat or ground meat is cooked in the pot.
    Wedding Soup: Thin bulgur, milk soup, chickpea stew, stuffed apricots and quinces, Gendime, Arapası, and Pesmani meals are all made in unique pottery from the area.
    Zerdeli Pilav: A unique dish combining rice, chickpeas, almonds, raisins, and coconut, a unique culinary experience.

    Best Cappadocia City Sightseeing Tours

    • Daily Turkish Night Show Tour
    A remarkable cave restaurant, intricately carved into volcanic rock, offers a truly unique dining experience in Cappadocia. Cappadocia's Turkish night shows are known for their dazzling entertainment, prioritizing spectacle over educational content, though some strive to strike a balance between the two. These shows typically feature demonstrations of traditional marriage ceremonies, accompanied by lively belly dancing performances that often involve inviting men from tour groups to join the dancers on stage. While the audience can become quite lively, thanks in part to the complimentary drinks provided, the shows themselves maintain a family-friendly atmosphere. See the itinerary.

    • Daily Rose and Red Valley Tour
    Rose Valley stretches expansively between the villages of Göreme and Cavusin, comprising several smaller valleys within its expanse: Gülüdere, Kızılcukur, Meskendir, and Zindanonu. This enchanting valley derives its name from the rosy hues of its rock formations, which shift in color and intensity depending on the time of day, season, and weather conditions.

    Embarking on a hike through Rose Valley offers the opportunity to explore numerous cave churches, dwellings, and tunnels carved into the rock. The valley features paths tailored to various difficulty levels, catering to both casual strollers and seasoned hikers. The most commonly traversed route spans approximately 3.5 kilometers and can be completed in around 2 hours. Visit the tour.

    • Daily Photo Safari Cappadocia Tour from Nevsehir
    Experience the sunrise in Cappadocia as you begin your day. For a breathtaking perspective, consider opting for a hot air balloon ride over the region, offering unparalleled photo opportunities. Following this, weather permitting, embark on a leisurely stroll through the valleys, each boasting stunning landscapes and unique rock formations, ideal for capturing memorable photos. Along the way, encounter fascinating ancient rock churches adorned with exquisite antique paintings, providing captivating subjects for your photography. Check the itinerary.

    • Daily Kaymakli Underground City Tour from Nevsehir
    The tour will hike through the Red Valley, Rose Valley, Cavusin, and Kaymakli, exploring rock formations and ancient churches. It will visit Cavusin, home to the oldest church in Cappadocia, and Kaymakli Castle, an underground city that once accommodated 5,000 people. The tour will also include a visit to Ortahisar, showcasing a unique rock castle offering panoramic views and architectural heritage. Throughout the journey, participants will discover the rich history and natural beauty of the region. Visit the tour.

    • Daily Ihlara Valley Tour from Nevsehir
    The breathtaking and verdant Ihlara Valley features the deepest gorge in Asia Minor. The valley stands out from other Cappadocian landscapes because of the Melendiz River, which was once home to monks who practiced Christianity in fresco-adorned cave churches. Flowing from the village of Ihlara, this river imbues the gorge with stunning hues of blue and green. Along the hike, participants will have the opportunity to explore numerous cave churches and dwellings nestled within the valley. Visit the itinerary.

    • 5 Days Nevsehir/Cappadocia City & Cooking Tour
    During the Cappadocia city tour, visitors will embark on a captivating journey, beginning with a visit to Özkonak Underground City, renowned as one of the best-preserved underground cities in Cappadocia. Following this, guests will ascend to the heights of Uchisar Castle, the pinnacle of Cappadocia, offering panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

    Continuing the exploration, the tour proceeds to the heart of Cappadocia: Göreme Open Air Museum, celebrated for its 10th-century frescoes depicting the life of Jesus Christ and monks, as well as its iconic cave churches. The itinerary then leads to Cavusin, an abandoned village adorned with ancient Greek cave houses.

    Following an encounter with the distinctive three-headed fairy chimneys of Pasaba, visitors will have the chance to observe the artistry of pottery making at a workshop in Avanos. A delightful wine tasting experience awaits at a wine shop in Urgup.

    Concluding the tour, visitors will marvel at the natural wonders of the Three Beauties and explore the captivating landscapes of Devrent Valley. This comprehensive 5-day Nevsehir/Cappadocia City & Cooking Tour also includes immersive cooking sessions, shopping excursions, and a rejuvenating Turkish bath experience. Check out the tour.

    Begin your journey with a visit to Ozkonak Underground City, renowned as one of the best-preserved underground cities in Cappadocia. Following this, ascend to Uchisar Castle, the highest point in Cappadocia, for panoramic views of the region. Continue to Goreme Open Air Museum, known as the heart of Cappadocia, famed for its 10th-century frescoes depicting the lives of Jesus Christ and monks.

    Next, explore the abandoned village of Cavusin, characterized by its ancient cave Greek houses. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant in Avanos, followed by a visit to a pottery workshop to witness pottery-making techniques. Then, marvel at the three-headed fairy chimneys at Pasabağı.

    Continue your tour with a visit to a Cappadocian handwoven carpet and kilim shop before exploring Devrent Valley, also known as Imagination Valley, renowned for its natural rock formations resembling animals. Conclude your day with a wine tasting at a wine shop in Ürgüp, and a visit to the iconic Three Beauties, symbolizing the beauty of Cappadocia.