Cappadocia is a breathtaking region in Central Anatolia that has been known by a variety of names. It's a geological marvel with boundaries that extend from Urgup to Avanos and Uchisar, incorporating the smaller triangle of land. Cappadocia's three main valleys include Goreme, Ihlara, and Soganli, where settlements emerged.
The most significant agreement was in the region of Goreme. It is possible to see many churches in the present-day open air museum, many of which were constructed out of massive rocks. Cappadocia's rock-cut churches are thought to number over 600. People who needed to conceal from Roman soldiers and later Arab attacks carved out these rough stones and built subterranean cities to defend themselves from assaults.
Although the lava cooled, it was compacted by its own weight as it hardened. The hard rocks created by the three volcanoes' lava that spouted throughout geological time have taken many forms throughout history and continue to do so today, giving us such features as capstones, pyramids, and conical formations with dark-colored caps known as fairy-chimneys.
The tours we provide are meant to visit the most significant sites in Cappadocia, and they're specifically tailored to give the finest possible service in the region.
We can certainly develop a bespoke itinerary that includes all of your must-see places and activities. We concentrate on assisting you in tailoring your time in Cappadocia to your preferences, temperament, and budget.
Cappadocia's hot air ballooning possibilities are available for all budgets. Flights cost from 70 to 225 Euro per person, and the number of passengers in one basket ranges from 8 to 36 people. Standard flights last 45 minutes to 1 hour, while deluxe balloon trips can last up to 1,5 hours. There will be fewer customers and more time for photography in luxury balloon trips.
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