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Cappadocia is the most famous open-air museum in the country. Although it is connected to Nevşehir province in the Central Anatolia Region, we all know a magical world of Cappadocia and Fairy Chimneys before Nevşehir. The history of Cappadocia is very old. It has been the most important trade route. This city, which was founded on important trade routes, has undergone periodic attacks. When the soft structure of the soil is combined with the need of people’s hiding, a lot of underground cities have been established. Although the population of the city is not very crowded, it is one of the leading cities attracting tourists. This allows the city to be active for all seasons.
The city has a wide range of places to visit. It will be very difficult and exhausting to visit a place in a few days. We recommend you to make a plan for your Cappadocia trip. If you do not feel tired, you must climb on Temenni Hill. There is a very nostalgic cafe on the way, we can even call it a tea place. There are old pictures of Urgup and nostalgic paintings on the wall, and you can enjoy your tea and coffee here with a great view.
The highest point of Cappadocia, Uchisar, 5 km away from the city center. The town, built on the hill where the most beautiful panoramic view of the entire Cappadocia region, is known as the gate of Cappadocia. Uchisar is the preferred accommodation center of Cappadocia. Kızılçukur, Ortahisar, Ürgüp, İbrahimpaşa, Mustafapaşa, and Gömede Valley and Göreme can be seen with panoramic views on the location of the summit of the Uçhisar Castle. This is one of the best places to watch the sunset.
Deval Valley, also known as Hayal Valley or Perili Vadi, is located in Avanos. One end of the valley with a U-shaped structure is Dervent while the other end of it is Kızılçukur. The middle part is called Zelve and Paşabağı. Only 10 minutes from Goreme, the valley fairy chimneys are silhouettes that can be compared to many animals and human forms. In the region of Cappadocia, which is also famous for its fairy chimney, where the famous camel figure appears, see the Virgin Mary fairy chimney.
Güllüdere Valley, which is located between Cavusin and Goreme, is a region with many churches, monasteries, and living area ruins. Güllüdere, which is in demand as a walking track where the formation of the fairy chimneys can be seen best, is about 4 kilometers long and is an area that can only be reached by foot. Three Crusader Church and Ayvalı Church should be seen.
Güvercinlik Valley is a 4100-meter trekking valley extending from Uçhisar to Göreme in Cappadocia where doves are densely populated. A nice place to watch the pigeons enjoy the scenery.
You can complete Cappadocia private tour in Sunset Point. Goreme is one of the most special areas of Cappadocia to watch the sunset. Sunset Point takes a red image at sunset. You should go there to finish the day with a beautiful landscape.