Goreme National Park is definitely worth all the good reviews. It's like a fairy tale especially during sunset and sunrise.
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We visited Cappadocia for only 2 days and 1 night. It's BEAUTIFUL. Such a pretty landscape. Unfortunately our balloon flight got canceled during the weather. But we really enjoyed our stay anyway. Really a must visit!
I actually visited here back on September 2015 but I still can remember how it went. It is the hottest time of the year in Turkey and I wore my sweater. So my first tip is: don’t wear your sweater when you’re visiting there on...More
I have seen a lot of beautiful places around the world. This place in Goreme is one of the best. The landscape is very beautiful and almost unbelievable. And the history of all the small churches/chapels and the monastery is very interesting. Here you will...More
Visually stunning. Ticket price a bit steep at 30TL but they have indeed maintained the facility well. Free parking is an added bonus. Highly recommended.
Amazing place with breathtaking views that would highly benefit if people stopped leaving behind empty plastic bottles and cans! A sacrilege!!! It nearly made me cry but when I asked who committed such a crime the answer astonished me!! "The Turks" !! Please people, love...More
Visit all the cave churches as each one is different. Take the headphones to really appreciated the visit.
I must say that I was fortunate enough to plan a visit to Goreme and happen to see this beautiful place. The Goreme National Park is a widespread area which covers most part of the city and its attractions. Most of it is built with...More
The views and historical significance of Goreme National Park make it a must see. One could spend hours exploring the various nooks and crannies here. If you enjoyed this place, I'd definitely recommend Zelve Open Air Museum- it's breathtaking.
This is the morning most amazing place ever. I loved it. The views are so surreal and fascinating. The rocks that have shaped into fairy chimneys, some are habitable and many hotels are built into the caves. It was one of the most interesting breaks...More