Tour Details

  • Code: MOT
  • Duration: 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS
  • From: Istanbul Hotels / Airport
  • Plan: Istanbul, Cappadocia

Tour Included

  • All Domestic Flight Tickets
  • Airport Transportations
  • Accommodations
  • Entrance Fees
  • Professional Licensed Tour Guide
  • Lunch (Full-day Tours)
  • Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
  • All Local Taxes

Tour Excluded

  • Drinks
  • Personal Expenses
  • Driver & Guide Tips – Gratitude

Tour Description

DAY 1: ISTANBUL

Welcome to Istanbul, Turkey. You will be transferred to your hotel and stay overnight in Istanbul.

Accommodation: Celal Sultan Hotel 4* - Antusa Palace Hotel 4* - Dosso Dossi Old City Hotel 4* - Occidental Taksim 4* or Similar

DAY 2: ISTANBUL

In the morning, you will be picked from your hotel and go to the Hippodrome.

The Hippodrome was the social center of Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire. And it was a public arena mainly used for chariot races. It was also home to gladiatorial games, ceremonies, and celebrations. Hippodrome functioned all in Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman periods. The Hippodrome is known for its four monuments; Serpent Column, Obelisk of Theodosius, Walled Obelisk, and Statues of Porphyrios.

Hagia Sophia Museum is the most important Byzantine structure and one of the world’s great monuments. It was built in Constantinople in the 6th century. It is the former Christian cathedral, later an Ottoman mosque, and now a museum. Now, it is welcoming both local and foreign visitors. (Closed on Monday)

Blue Mosque, also known as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, was constructed in the 17th century. It is one of the most important works of Ottoman history and one significant symbol of Istanbul. The mosque is known as the Blue Mosque because of blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design. (Closed on Friday)

Topkapi Palace was the political center of the Ottoman Empire between the 15th and 19th centuries. It was used for educational administration and as the art center of the state. It is now a museum that exhibits the imperial collections of the Ottoman Empire. (Closed on Tuesday)

Grand Bazaar, is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world which has lots of shopping opportunities with its carpets, leather, jewelry, Turkish delight, spices, and antique tiles. (Closed on Sunday)

At the end of the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel and stay overnight.

Accommodation: Celal Sultan Hotel 4* - Antusa Palace Hotel 4* - Dosso Dossi Old City Hotel 4* - Occidental Taksim 4* or Similar

DAY 3: CAPPADOCIA

Early in the morning, you will be picked from your hotel and drive to the Istanbul Airport. And, you fly to Cappadocia. Our tour guide will welcome you there. The first place that you will visit is Goreme Open-Air Museum.

Goreme Open-Air Museum is an enchanting open-air museum and an example of the cultural heritage of humanity. Fairy chimneys seem mysterious and cities that extend many meters deep into the earth are all enveloped in an atmosphere that is ethereal and unworldly.

Uchisar Castle is situated at the highest point in Cappadocia. There are many rooms connected via stairs, tunnels, and narrow passages. It also has the most magnificent panoramic view of the magical fairy chimneys and towns.

Pasabag (Monks Valley), contains some of the most striking fairy chimneys in Cappadocia with twin and even triple rock caps. In ancient times, the hermits of Cappadocia have distanced themselves from the world in this place.

Avanos (Pottery),  is famous for the pottery, silk, wool and carpet weaving, wine cultivation, and agriculture. This magnificent place hosting countless civilizations reflects the visitors' both natural and human-made masterpieces today.

Devrent Valley is also known as the Pink Valley or Imaginary Valley. Unlike other valleys, it was never inhabited. It is famous for its lunar landscape. The fairy chimneys are strange with their look. They have many different shapes like human figures and animals.

At the end of the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel and stay overnight in Cappadocia.

Accommodation: Dinler Hotel 5* - Perissia Hotel 5* - Dedeli Cave Hotel or Similar

DAY 4: CAPPADOCIA

In the morning, you will be picked from your hotel. And, the first place that you will visit is Cavusin Village.

Cavusin Village is an old Greek village in Cappadocia. There is a 5th-century church of Saint John the Baptist, situated in the old village part.

Ortahisar Castle offers an amazing panorama over the fairy chimneys. It is one of the best viewpoints in Cappadocia.

Kaymakli Underground City, is the widest underground city, while the deepest one is Derinkuyu Underground City. Miraculously well protected and maintained structure is a member of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Pigeon Valley, is one of the best spots for walking in the Cappadocia Region. Pigeons had been used for food and fertilizing the inefficient soil in this region. Their rocky homes can still be found throughout the region.

At the end of the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel and stay overnight.

Accommodation: Dinler Hotel 5* - Perissia Hotel 5* - Dedeli Cave Hotel or Similar

DAY 5: ISTANBUL

In the morning, you will be transferred to the Kayseri Airport and fly to the Istanbul Airport. Then you will fly back to your home.

Stores to visit:


Leather Factory, some of the finest leather items manufactured in Turkey often find their way to shops in Italy. Premium grade leather is selected. This is then designed by fine craftsmanship into beautiful leather goods that speak of style and elegance.Among these products that people demand are leather jackets, shoes and belts, all produced in Turkey using traditional methods. If you want to go shopping for a leather in Turkey then a leather wallet or purse is always a good option for a souvenir. Tourists like shopping for leather products in Turkey because it is known that quality and workmanship of leather products are of a high standart.


Onyx Demonstration, Cappadocia has the onyx mines where the highest quality onyx is found (brown-veined green onyx is the highest quality, followed by brown-veined beige). Local artisans are experts at making items of jewelry as well as beautiful vases, chess sets, and numerous other attractive artifacts and knick-knacks. Watch a demonstration of how this very hard and brittle stone is cut, shaped and polished, before seeing the many beautiful onyx products.