Over the past five years, more than 2 million tourists explored Turkey’s Cappadocia region on the distinctive hot air balloons that have become symbolic of the historical region.
With lunar landscape, churches, open-air museums and surreal volcanic eruptions, the Turkish region holds one under a spell.
From hot air ballooning to exploring underground cities, Cappadocia is a wonderland of geology and human history.
Göreme Valley, famous for its “Fairy Chimneys”, is no longer a national park after a decree by the President has been published in the Official Gazette.
Hot balloon ride in Turkey’s splendid touristic hub Cappadocia generates $86M revenue in January-September…
The Cappadocia Ultra Trail weaves in and out of fairy-tale chimney rock formations and incredible valleys…
Like a lunar landscape with its enchanting terrain, Cappadocia is a giant magic park, expressly designed to offer you an unforgettable winter holiday.
Source: Cappadocia: A winter wonderland
On any given day, weather permitting, between 100 and 150 balloons take flight over this region comprising several small communities about 500 miles southeast of Istanbul.
If you’re looking for the best cave hotels in Cappadocia get ready to be as mesmorized as the area boasts incredible places to stay.
If you have Turkey on your mind and are overwhelmed by the myriad of Cappadocia attractions to visit, consider a guided tour to explore the region’s crown jewels. A guided excursion will be served with the historical and cultural context that will truly bring them to life. A trip to Turkey wouldn’t be complete without the Cappadocian experience. There are only so many superlatives in the English language that can describe this region in central Anatolia, a historical and geological treasure that will leave you breathless.
A magical landscape and fascinating history make Cappadocia a must-visit for world travellers in 2018.