Which airport for Cappadocia?

Cappadocia is a natural paradise comprised of bizarre rock formations, cave homes, churches, and underground cities. Erciyes, Melendiz, and Hasan are three volcanic mountains that encircle the area in central Turkey. The surrounding plains were covered with lava from these mountains until the volcanoes stopped being active two million years ago, when the rock was gradually moulded into so-called "fairy chimneys" by the wind, rain, and mountain rivers that poured into the area. If you're planning a trip to Turkey, it's a fantastic destination for the whole family.


Kayseri Erkilet Airport(ASR)

Kayseri's Erkilet International Airport lies 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) north of the city. It has one domestic and one international terminal, with a total capacity of one million passengers per year. Flights from the United Kingdom to Kayseri's airport pass through Istanbul. Seasonal flights are available from Holland, Poland, Belgium, Ukraine, and Austria. There will be more direct flights to and from Germany and Holland starting in May of this year. Flight fares are often lower in the spring and autumn than in the summer, but booking well ahead of time will guarantee that you get the best deal possible.

You can take a public bus, but its 30 minutes away.alternativel you can book your private or shuttle transfer from us.

Nevsehir-Kapadokya Airport Turkey (NAV)

With its picturesque route to and from the airport, you might choose this smaller, quieter airport closer to Cappadocia. We book private transfers and shuttle for you. The shuttle buses will take you from the airport to your accommodation in 1 to 1.5 hours. 


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