Things to Do in Göreme - Itineraries

1 Day
Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon: Up above the world so high!

A sense of blissfulness hovers in your mind when you strike things off your to-do-list… Hot Air B...

Map Hopping Minds
16 Days
Around Turkey in 15 days (detailed itinerary)

Our 15 days/16 nights trip (inclusive of travel) exploring Turkey covering Istanbul (2 nights) – ...

Briony Gonsalves
Up in the Air in Cappadocia: A Hot Air Balloon Ride

I boarded an overnight bus in Istanbul and 10 hours later I thought we had landed on Mars. Sleepi...

Lavi
2 Days
Cappadocia – Rock-a-licious rocks

Ballooned away.... Wanna fly, high above in the skyLooking all over the world,People get ready...

Madovertravel
7 Days
From Istanbul to Cappadocia: How To Experience Turkey's Balloon-Filled Skies And Artistic Treasures 

With its grand bazaars, stunning beaches, hot air balloon clad landscapes, intricate architecture...

Tripoto
8 Days
Turkish Delights

View from my hotel I woke up to this, someone pinch me :)Where Asia meets Europe Cappadocia - vis...

Aditi Pandya


Ankara
Some 300 kilometres away from Cappadocia, the dynamic capital of Turkey, Ankara, is best accessed by bus. The journey should be around five hours long.
Konya
Selcuk – A quaint little town which houses the Ephesus, the Temple of Artemis (one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world) and the house of Virgin Mary (it is believed that Mother Mary spent her last few days here when St John brought her to Turkey after the death of Jesus). It’s also just a few hours away from Pammukale (the cotton castle with the hot springs and travertine) and few minutes away from Kusadasi which is one of the biggest ports in Turkey where most of the cruise ships halt.
Hatay
This city is naturally breathtaking and historical. People are so kind and welcoming. Although it is Turkey this city speaks mostly arabic with a beautiful accent.

About Göreme

We were flying over the rippled valleys of Cappadocia which we planned to visit later on the same day. We saw Rose valley, Pigeon valley, Open Air Goreme Museum, etc.; all from a bird’s eye view. A pilot can only guide the balloon vertically, as the horizontal path is clearly directed by the wind around. Dennis was professional and fluent in English and was properly describing about the sights we were flying over. He had years of experience in flying the balloon and we felt absolutely safe while flying with him.
Göreme

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