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This is the highest tower in the area. It was used by settlers way long ago and now is abandonned as people feared their lives when roofs started collapsing. This used to be a castle and can be visited with a hefty price of 8TL...More
Stayed valley of capadocya 3days with my husband.had really good time.room was unfortunately clean nice and very romantic.boys working there are very friendly and helpful.laz Emir & student boy from Bitlis can't remember his name.they preper turkish breakfast every morning with a different varieties of...More
Towers above the town to a great height. It's actually 3 castles combined on one site. A look out post for the region when settled in bygone era. In keeping with the surrounding towns it is carved into smaller caves from a large mountain. Very...More
Uchisar Castle is easily accesible if you opted to stay in Uchisar as we did. it is the tallest accessible point of the area. It offers a great panoramic view of the area. If your into photography and feel you need a panaromic photo, its...More
This was included in our Red tour and absolutely glad we got to see this attraction. Can take beautiful photos in different angles. I would say for this attraction you need to allow at least one and half hour to go the top. Unfortunately due...More
If you or your partner suffer from vertigo or have a fear of very early mornings, then this is the best way of viewing all of Cappadocia from an amazing position. From the distance, it appears to be a very long climb but not so....only...More
We visited the base of Uchisar Castle which is the highest point of Cappadocia. Unfortunately, we weren’t allowed to visit the castle because of the many pigeons who nest there and whose droppings are used as fertiliser. Not sure if one can get closer to...More
A must visit in the region although it's not very charming. It's an easy climb up. Top of the castle offers a great view. Cons: Binoculars on the top were broken. There were loose parts on the safety rails. It seemed to me there was...More
Worth a visit to see an old castle-bit steep for my parents who stayed at the bottom whilst i went up to the top with the wife-views are amazing at the top. Very intersting site to visit-lots of stalls-cafes etc around the castle to vist...More
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Uchisar and the castle. you may need a couple of hours, however it is a great place to have as a base to explore the whole region. We stayed at Ansia Hotel at the base of the castle, highly recommended and owner speaks... More
Uchisar and the castle. you may need a couple of hours, however it is a great place to have as a base to explore the whole region. We stayed at Ansia Hotel at the base of the castle, highly recommended and owner speaks English and has also worked as a tour guide so is a wealth of useful information. By the way you can walk through pigeon valley from Uchisar to Goreme, a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon.