EXPLORING AND HOT AIR BALLOONING IN CAPPADOCIA

From Italy I flew to Istanbul then from there to Cappadocia where I was going to start my three day tour, two days spent in Cappadocia and one day in Pamukkale. Cappadocia is a city that had been on my bucket list for years, the year before I didn’t have enough time to go but luckily this time around to Europe I made a stop by Turkey just so I can visit. What makes Cappadocia unique is that its rock formations all over the city has remained up until this day, was beyond amazing and I loved every bit of my trip there, it was so peaceful and the historical sites there was always something new to see along the way.

I will provide information about Cappadocia along with photos below of my trip!

Location

From Istanbul airport you can catch a flight to Kayseri which takes about an hour, then from Kayseri to Cappadocia is about a one hour drive.

Language

The most common languages that people speak in Cappadocia are Turkish and English.

Currency

The currency in Cappadocia is the TRY Turkish Lira.

Best season to travel

Spring: March, April & May

Summer: June, July & August

Autumn: September & October

Sights and attractions

  • Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon tour
  • Goreme
  • Goreme Open Air Museum
  • Goreme Acikhava Muzesi
  • Zelve Open Air Museum
  • Kaymaki Underground City
  • Derinkuyu Underground City
  • Red and Rose Valleys
  • Pigeon Valley
  • Pasabag
  • Uchisar & more

Spending 

It depends on how you spend your days although money does add up quite quickly whilst you’re over there. On average I would say $30 AUD is enough to spend for the day.

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