Cappadocia, one of Turkey's most special places. The history of Cappadocia in the UNESCO World Heritage Site dates back to 7000 BC. From the Hittites to the Phrygians, from the Assyrians to the Persians, from the Romans to the Seljuks and to the Ottomans, there are many civilizations as well as an abundance of geography. Nevşehir is the center of the Cappadocia region, named after Katpatuka, which means ’Land of Beautiful Horses.
Cappadocia, Kızılırmak valley separated into two Nevsehir, geographically located in a pit. This enchanted city surrounded by Kayseri in the Central Anatolia Region from the east, Kırşehir from the south and Yozgat from the north is divided into many valleys. Side valleys intersecting the Kızılırmak Valley which is one of the most known and most fertile valleys of our country also increases the importance of the region.
How to get to Cappadocia
There is no airport because Cappadocia is not a city. If you have a plan to visit Cappadocia, you should fly to Nevsehir or Kayseri. Another way is to go Cappadocia from Istanbul by bus.
Kayseri airport or Nevsehir airport? This choice is entirely up to you.
Shuttle services are available from both airports to the center of Cappadocia. If you received your hotel before coming to Cappadocia; You can go to Cappadocia with the special service of the hotel.
Where to stay in Cappadocia
You cant find classic hotel rooms everywhere in the world, but you cannot find boutique hotels carved into this unique geography and fairy chimneys of Cappadocia elsewhere. If you have the possibility to stay in a hotel built into the fairy chimney or the cave, we strongly recommend.
The first place is Urgup. Because when you stay in Urgup, you will be able to walk to the places to visit in the region. Those who want to spend a moving evening after the calm nature and history tour should definitely prefer this region.
Our hotel offers around Urgup:
Oread Cave Suites
Dere Suites Cappadocia
Acropolis Cave Suite
Kayakapı Premium Caves
The second popular region for accommodation in Cappadocia is Goreme. Here, just like in Ürgüp, you can stay in restored cave houses and stylish mansions.
Our hotel offers around Göreme:
Artemis Cave Suites
Mithra Cave Hotel
Kelebek Special Cave Hotel
Traveller Caves Cave Hotel
Elegance Cave Suites
Located in a high area in the west of Cappadocia, Uchisar is the preferred place for those who want to watch the sunset.
Our hotel offers around Uchisar:
Caldera Cave Hotel
Millstone Cave Suites Hotel
Taskonaklar Boutique Hotel
Argos in Cappadocia
Located in the north of the region, Avanos attracts attention with its luxury and affordable hotels. Avonas offers a great nature for long walks and there are many restaurants where you can taste local delicacies and shops that you can buy from local products.
Our hotel recommendations around Avanos:
DoubleTree By Hilton Avanos
Riverside Mansion Hotel
Seval White House Cappadocia
Shopping in Cappadocia
Cappadocia is famous for what, The classic answer to this Cappadocia is famous for Cappadocia wine, pottery, and carpet.
Objects of Onix Stone from Uchisar
There are dozens of shops selling products made of Zültanit stone, a stone that changes color in natural light. There are various kinds of products to the fairy chimney souvenirs.
Pottery and Porcelain Pottery in Avanos
Cappadocia, whose origin is known as the homeland of pottery processing based on the Hittites, is still the only place where this work is done today. The reason why the region is the only center in the pottery processing is that the red mud, which is used extensively in the construction of the test, is coming out of Cappadocia. This production, which has evolved over a period of hundreds of years and has become an artistic identity, attracts the attention of every traveler who goes to Cappadocia.
Knows how famous Cappadocia wines. Indeed, Turkey's largest wine in Cappadocia's center of one of the factory. In addition to professional productions, there are also many home-made wine workshops in Cappadocia.
Carpet and Rugs from Avanos
You can buy hand-woven carpets, hand-knitted socks, famous Soganli Dolls and local shawls, which are part of Cappadocia's cultural wealth, without hesitation.