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Kaymakli Underground City

4.4/5
151 Reviews
Historical SiteCave
Liked by 3
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Mazi Village, Urgup Merkez, Urgup, Turkey
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Phone: +90-384-2182500

What people are saying:

To travel to Turkey, you must go to Cappadocia. To Cappadocia, three things must be done: hot air balloon, underground city and cave hotel. There are many underground cities in Kapa, and the Kaymakli underground city is very well protected and developed. It is said that there are 10 floors underground, and we only dare to go down to the 8th floor. The design of the ventilation system is very scientific, without the feeling of underground at all.

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  • YrinaJ2016
    YrinaJ2016
    Johannesburg, South Africa
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    Incredible engineering

    Incredible engineering. we took taxi from our hotel since we missed the tour and we still had an amazing experience discovering the city ourselves. is the biggest underground city in the area. had lot...

    Reviewed on /Date(1616466786000+0800)/
  • Mcwhite95
    Mcwhite95
    Buenaventura
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    Very interesting...

    It’s one of the world heritage that has made me drop my jaw . How native people were living that time , stashing theirselves or food , livestock etc . They could stay between 1 to 6 months without hav...

    Reviewed on /Date(1609764135000+0800)/
  • T6865CCerins
    T6865CCerins
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    Amazing

    Absolutely fascinating to think that people once lived underground. Mazes that go deep into earth... very narrow and very low ceilings. If you are claustrophobic I would pass on this one.

    Reviewed on /Date(1606799009000+0800)/
  • bjkahansen
    bjkahansen
    Green Bay, Wisconsin
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    Fascinating

    We visited both this and Derinkuyu underground cities, and Kaymakli was more interesting. More authentic with original tunnels and lots of options to explore. It was more cramped but tons of spaces an...

    Reviewed on /Date(1606704876000+0800)/
  • Lucy4376
    Lucy4376
    Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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    Interesting

    Very interested and amazing to see how people long time ago hid themselves and lived underground. We went there around 10:00 but was not open, actually it opened 11:00. Not sure if the time has change...

    Reviewed on /Date(1606020958000+0800)/

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