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!
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.
The most common languages that people speak in Cappadocia are Turkish and English.
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 Open Air Museum
- Goreme Acikhava Muzesi
- Zelve Open Air Museum
- Kaymaki Underground City
- Derinkuyu Underground City
- Red and Rose Valleys
- Pigeon Valley
- Uchisar & more
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 $50 AUD is enough to spend for the day.
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