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Popular Attractions in Goreme

Rose Valley
4.7/5
110 Reviews
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Hot Air Balloon
Canyon
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Rock Monument
Goreme Town
4.8/5
226 Reviews
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Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon
4.9/5
466 Reviews
Hot Air Balloon
Cappadocia, along with Kenya and South Africa, is one of the most popular places in the world for hot air ballooning. Visitors can get a breathtaking, panoramic bird's-eye view of Cappadocia while soaring in a hot air balloon. Cappadocia has a unique and bizarre terrain due to the cooled lava from volcanic eruptions, which was then shaped by natural wind erosion. The curving valleys, rolling mountains, winding rivers and scattered market towns can all be enjoyed from the air.
Pigeon Valley
4.5/5
207 Reviews
Geological Sites
Canyon

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Tour of Highlights of Cappadocia with Lunch
4.9/5
22 Reviews
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$98.90
Cappadocia Shopping Tour
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$95.50
Private Full-Day Tour in Cappadocia
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$141.90

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9 Aug 2020
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Trip Moments

Rachel Yu   
The Grammy Open Air Museum is the quintessence of Cappadocia, which has been condensed in the natural and human history of the Cappadocia region and has gathered more than 30 cave churches and has been awarded the World Cultural Heritage. The churches were originally built by Christians who migrated to the Cappadocia region to escape political persecution. They chose to hollow the mountain to build a church for the sake of the eyes and ears, and there were already mottled colored murals inside. Although these murals are not perfect, some look a bit tender, but each chapel has a beautiful legend that was left in the past and has a high artistic appreciation. Cappadocia, which is known as the Rocky Fort in Turkey, is full of all kinds of rock formations, and this area is not only the natural landscape of the moon landscape, but it is really amazing here. There are many churches that are large and small. When you see them, I am afraid to break the "gothic spires, colorful mosaic glass windows" in your mind. On the contrary, everything is different from what you imagined. Just as the Cave Hotel is famous here, the "Cave Church" is equally impressive. The Grammy Open Air Museum is home to numerous cave churches. Although the entrance is unobtrusive and ugly, the churches in the church still retain those old and beautifully decorated murals. For the purpose of protecting the grottoes inside the grotto, the church can't take pictures, so we can't show the inside of the church, we can only experience it personally.
Posted: 7 Jan 2019
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