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Cappadocia, also known as "the land of the beautiful horses", is one of the famous destinations in the world. This miraculous wonder is covered by the provinces of Aksaray, Nevsehir, Nigde, Kayseri, and Kirseshir in the central Anatolian region. During the early period, this area was a famous volcanic zone and volcanic activities resulted in chimney-like structures called "fairy chimneys" also known in Turkish "peri bacha".

It was occupied by Hittites from 1800 BC to 1200 BC followed by Persian and Romans who laid the foundation of Caesarea also known as Kayseri serving as the capital. During Roman and Byzantine periods, it became a safe haven for early Christians. Many Christians took refuge in this region from the 4th to the 11th century during which the developed churches, monasteries and many more structures. Under Seljuk and Ottoman rule, these people were treated with tolerance.

Cappadocia lost its significance in Anatolia but regained its image on the world map after French priest discovered churches in 1907. After the independence and formation of the Turkish Republic, the area became the famous tourist hub. In 1982, UNESCO officially designated this area as "World Heritage Site".

Standart

Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Avanos 57,95 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Goreme 57,95 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Uchisar 57,95 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Urgup 57,95 €


Vito

Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Avanos 62,09 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Goreme 62,09 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Uchisar 62,09 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Urgup 62,09 €


Sprinter

Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Avanos 66,22 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Goreme 66,22 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Uchisar 66,22 €


Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport
Urgup 66,22 €


The region has become the backbone of Turkey's tourism providing endless opportunities for the people visiting it. The rich and in-depth history flavor can be seen as soon as you enter the city. Prime activities for tourist is visiting painted cave churches like Durmuş Kadir, hiking in monastic valleys like Rose Valley, flying in a hot air balloon to view the incredible landscape, and spending the night in a comfortable cave hotel room. One of the must place to visit is the  Göreme Open Air Museum . Cappadocia is also famous for its delicious food. Many famous dishes are connected to this particular region providing a rich reflection of its aura.

Cappadocia is sure to captivate its tourists through the natural wonders. Do you want to discover this magical land located in Nevşehir?  Are you curious about Cappadocia, let us know!!  TRANIGO  provides all solutions to travel solutions. But unfortunately, most of the sights are not covered by local transport even though there are many minibusses and local shuttle transport. You can get your guided tour to visit all the sights without missing anything.  TRANIGO  provides airport shuttle service to and from  Kayseri's Erkilet Airport (ASR)  or  Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport (NAV)  to  Cappadocia  or  Goreme  and other important sites. TRANIGO  is the answer to all taxi service needs.  Wherever you go, Go with TRANIGO!!! 

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Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon Ride


Hot Air Balloon Ride in Cappadocia is one of the most posted Instagrammed events on the social media. Social media is full of beautiful pictures of people posing in front of balloon celebrating happiness and joys with their closed ones. This tour has firmly taken top place in the traveler's bucket list.

Things To Do In Cappadocia


Cappadocia is one of the hottest destinations of Turkey and thousands of people fly to this destination from all across the world either as tourists or as pilgrims. Back in time, these fairy chimnies were used as a hiding place by early Christians. People sculptured these structures into houses and churches providing refuge to around 20,000 people.

Interesting Facts About Cappadocia


Cappadocia, 730 km away from Istanbul, is one of the historical and most beautiful destinations of the world attracting thousands of tourists from across the world. It has been home to many empires like Byzantine, Roman, and Ottoman and later became major touristic hub after it became part of the modern Turkish Republic.

Göreme Open-Air Museum


Goreme Open Air Museum is clustered with the rock-cut churches decorated with beautiful frescoes. These frescos (wall paintings) have an original freshness and are still in best conditions. These churches are marvelous to work of architecture and painting techniques. In 1984, UNESCO designated Open Air Goreme Museum as World Heritage Site acknowledging the history, the art and the architecture of it.