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This place feels pretty unique. The rock formations are beautiful and the churches are interesting too. It is quite big and you can easily spend hours there just wandering around and enjoying the atmosphere.
Hard to pick a favorite here, I expected to be bored of seeing stones after the first valleys but it was not the case, each canyon had a different feeling and deeply enjoyed the area. A very unique and special area.
THis place is just fantastic. Love the tuffas and the amazing stories of past communities. If you love story go there...spend time in silence inside those caves and it is almost like you can see it....
We went in July and it was stunning, but brace yourself cause it was hot. There are however several spots you can go to to get a drink or snack if you need. Lol You can get some epic shots at this spot too. You...More
Goreme National Park is a must see for those traveling to this area. My 10-year old son and I took a “Green Route” tour through some of the areas of the park which included a short 5k hike down the river valley. It was autumn...More
All the territory around Goreme and Uchisar is a National Park. You can walk there without any fee, and pay for museum visit only. If you like hiking, backpack is a must. Otherwise, you can take a car or quad trip.
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There are two main routes (red and green) that you can easily follow if your drive your own car. I rented one and I did at my own; I only paid for tickets to enter Goreme Air Museum, underground cities, which are not... More
There are two main routes (red and green) that you can easily follow if your drive your own car. I rented one and I did at my own; I only paid for tickets to enter Goreme Air Museum, underground cities, which are not expensive, or Air Balloon (120 euros)