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About Us Aydinli Goreme Travel a member of TURSAB ,the foundation of Turkish Tour Operators.We are travel planning specialists for Turkey.We know the best places to visit as well as the hidden gems.We can help you plan your travel,whether this...
Urgup Ürgüp hasn’t got many of its own actual sights but it’s a popular place to stay for visitors to Cappadocia because of its lovely boutique hotels and good restaurant scene. Relics from the Seljuk period include the Karamanoǧlu Mosque (which dates...
Ortahisar The small agricultural hamlet of Ortahisar is centred around a rock-cut citadel that pokes dramatically over the landscape. On the northern outskirts of town is rock-cutHallacdere Monastery while to east is the peaceful Pancarlık Kilise with some unique frescoes.  
Mustafapaşa Until the 1923 Population Exchange Mustafapaşa had a mixed community of Greeks and Turks and many of the old stone houses that still line the quiet cobblestone streets are the remnants of its now departed Greek inhabitants. The Ayios Konstantinos-Elini...
Avanos Avanos is a bustling provincial town beside the Kızılırmak River. The older part of the town winds up the hillside in a maze of cobblestone roads lined by dilapidated Ottoman mansions. There are no sights as such but Avanos’...
Uchisar The village of Uchisar is dominated by a mammoth rock-cut fortress, riddled with tunnels and caves. Just like the region’s underground cities, this rocky outcrop provided villagers with protection from invaders during the Roman and Byzantine eras. The fortress can...
Pasabagları The mushroom shaped rock needles of Paşabaǧ Valley have made it one of Cappadocia’s most famous landmarks. In the early Byzantine period a religious community who were disciples of St Simeon Stylites (a 4th century monk who spent his life on...
Soganli Valley The twin valleys of Soǧanlı are scattered with pyramid-shaped rock pinnacles that were first hollowed out in the Roman era. By the time the Byzantine period was in full bloom, Soǧanlı had become a major monastic centre, its...
Çavuşin Village The main attractions in the tiny village of Çavusin are two lovely Byzantine churches. By the entrance into town is the Çavusin Church with a stunning interior of frescoes while in the old village centre, high up on the ridge,...
Ihlara Valley The narrow, verdant valley at the bottom of this deep (100 m) gorge in southwest Cappadocia is a nature-lover’s delight. Hemmed in by rugged, steep cliffs Ihlara Valley is a lush Eden of tall poplar trees and fertile...
Red & Rose Valley Cappadocia’s most beautiful intertwining valleys lie between the villages of Göreme and Çavusin. Here the rolling and rippling rock faces arc out across the countryside in a palette of pastel pink, yellow and orange cliffs, formed by volcanic...
Derinkuyu Underground City Derinkuyu Underground City is Cappadocia’s deepest underground shelter and just like Kaymaklı, was used by the early Christians to hide from attack. The tunnels here are quite claustrophobic in places as they travel deeper and deeper into the...