Practical information before your trip to Cappadocia
The best alternative to get to Cappadocia is air travel. There is no airport in the center of Cappadocia, but you can easily reach Cappadocia via Kayseri or Nevsehir Airports.
If your hotel has a pick-up service from the airport, you will be transported to your place practically. Otherwise, you can reach the region by taking a taxi or private transfer services from the airports.
Distances in Cappadocia are not far. If you stay at the hotel in a central location, you can easily walk around the bazaars; you can even walk to several tourist locations and wine tasting centers with ease. In addition, if you like sports, you can also enjoy a mountain bike ride in the area. You will also see people traveling by renting an ATV vehicle in the area. You can also enjoy a safari with these vehicles.
Apart from these practical solutions, public transport can offer you an economical solution. Within this scope, you can use minibuses that serve many lines. In addition, taxi fares are not too high. However, if you wish to calculate your distance, talk to your driver. Finally, you can rent a car and easily navigate around the region with navigation. However, we recommend that the vehicle is a terrain vehicle.
f you are planning your trip to Cappadocia, we strongly recommend you to choose cave hotels. There are many accommodation options for every budget in Urgup, Goreme, Uchisar, Ortahisar and Avanos districts. You can also find historic Greek mansions and cave hotels in Guzelyurt.
From five-star hotels to small hostels, Cappadocia offers a variety of accommodation.
With early booking you can find a wide range of hotel options at very reasonable prices. Especially in winter, Cappadocia is becoming one of the honeymoon place.
Cappadocia is a place where natural beauties blend with a miraculous image. The interesting structure of the region offers you more of the beauties it shows on the earth.
Cappadocia is such an interesting settlement that even today, new underground cities are being discovered. From the unique appearance of the balloons, the imposing and different views of the fairy chimneys to the interesting textures of the underground cities, this is a fairytale city. Although exploring Cappadocia requires a bit of tiring and dust in the challenging trails, every square you see is worth it.