Turkey is known for all-inclusive resorts and seaside cities, but the Cappadocia region contains must-see attractions such as ancient cities, historical monuments, and natural wonders. With rocks shaped like pointed hats, underground cities, cave churches, and hidden valleys, this place gives you place fairytale feel about it.
Cappadocia National Park has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world's greatest natural wonders. If you want to learn more about what you can do in Cappadocia, keep reading.
Flying above the Fairy Chimneys in a Hot Air Balloon
A balloon trip in Cappadocia is a must-do activity in this region. If you've never been on a balloon ride before, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Even if this isn't your first balloon ride, the scenery will be with you for the rest of your life. The fairy chimneys, the altering landscape, the sunrise, and the dozens of other balloons all contribute to a spectacular experience.
Kaymakli's underground city
In Cappadocia, there are a total of 36 underground cities. In times of crisis, they were used as a tomb, food store, or shelter. Ingenious aeration channels were installed throughout the cities. Kaymakli is the largest underground city. The underground network of tunnels and rooms is no less than eight floors deep and is still utilised as storage space by locals. You can access the top four floors as a visitor, but you must enjoy small spaces. This underground city is not suitable for those who suffer from claustrophobia.
Cappadocia city Calssic Car tour
Explore Cappadocia's key sites of interest in a unique and romantic manner. With our Cappadocia Classic Car Tour, you and your companions will be able to see some of the region's most famous valleys in old time classic vehicles. In an unique and exquisite experience like no other, watch the sunset, and get impressed by the beauty of the valleys in an exclusive and elegant experience like no other.