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Cappadocia is a land of wild nature and deep-rooted history, all wrapped up together.

Located in the central plains of Anatolia, the Cappadocia region is marked by its wild and expansive nature. The landscape ripples with rock formations, from tufted fairy chimneys to pockmarked mountains in varying colors of sand and rust. At dawn, the sky is filled with hot air balloons soaring above the vibrant landscape. Cappadocia is a land of adventure, where you can go hiking, biking, and exploring, where you can find yourself high above the ground or deep under it, where ancient history shimmers just under the surface. Cappadocia is a land full of inexplicable magic.

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The region encompasses a handful of Turkish provinces, but this isn’t a region you come to for urban centers. Cappadocia is all about nature and history. Various rock churches are spread across the region, and there is still a robust pottery tradition that flourishes here. The central town of Goreme is a good jumping-off point, with easy access to the Goreme Open Air Museum and various hiking routes, while the towns of Uchisar, Avanos, Urgup, and Ortahisar are also interesting places to stay and explore. Cappadocia is the perfect place to hop in a car-- or on a mountain bike, or on your own two feet-- and experience all the wonder the region has to offer.

Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Cappadocia

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Where to stay in Cappadocia

There's a wide choice of accommodation in Cappadocia but picking the best place can be hard We've hand-picked the very best options with respect to location and price levels, so you can be sure you'll be staying somewhere that's perfect for you. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Cave-style boutique hotel in Cappadocia
Cave-style boutique hotel
A unique accommodation option in Goreme, with an amazing rooftop restaurant and modern design rooms.
Cave-style boutique hotel in Cappadocia
Cave-style boutique hotel
A cave hotel with exceptional common areas, such as the swimming pool that enjoys beautiful views of Pigeon Valley.
Cave-style luxury hotel in Cappadocia
Cave-style luxury hotel
Top-notch hospitality and amazing rooftop views in a great location.

Things to do in Cappadocia

Whirling Dervish Ceremony Group Experience
Whirling Dervish Ceremony Group Experience
Cappadocia Small Group Red Tour
Cappadocia Small Group Red Tour
Hot Air Balloon Group Tour
Hot Air Balloon Group Tour
Sunset Picnic Private Tour
Sunset Picnic Private Tour

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Cappadocia

How long should I stay in Cappadocia?
You can see most of the highlights of the Cappadocia region in two or three days. The region is large and there are abundant hiking trails, as well as cave churches and underground cities to explore. You should set aside one morning to experience the iconic hot air balloons that float over the landscape.
When is the best time to visit Cappadocia?
Spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit Cappadocia, when the air is mild-to-hot during the day and the nights are cool. Summer can be very hot in Cappadocia. While winter might not be ideal weather for hiking, Cappadocia under snow is very beautiful and many visitors prefer to come during the winter months for these views.
Is Cappadocia safe?
Cappadocia is very safe. The region is uncrowded and laid back, and very hospitable to tourists. The hiking trails are quiet and isolated, so be careful to follow safe hiking practices, but the routes are popular and trails are usually pretty clear and easy to follow.
How do I get around Cappadocia?
The easiest way to get around Cappadocia is to rent a car, as the areas of interest are quite far apart and the public transportation network is minimal. Most of the bus routes go through Goreme, the main city in the region. There are taxis available as well, especially around Goreme, as well as some minibus routes.
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