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Assian Cave Hotel

Assiana House is a cave hotel located in the old part of Urgup (Esbelli area), and has 5 rooms with bathrooms and beautiful authentic decoration. This family run small hotel of Cappadocia makes your stay a memorable and unforgettable one. Assiana Cave Hotel

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Melis Hotel

Melis Hotel is 300 years old Greek House which welcomes you with its charming atmosphere. Located in the town Urgup, which is the heart of Cappadocia that can offer. The popular spots in Cappadocia, shopping centers, restaurants, cave bars are all in within walking distance. Travel Agents, bus and taxi stations In the restful village […]

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The village cave hotel

You will find luxury and comfort within the authentic and serene environment of “The Village Cave; our stone walls are full of mysteries of the past! You will be transported to a very calm atmosphere, far away from the stresses of city life for a truly relaxing and memorable stay in Cappadocia. The views of […]

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Akuzun Hotel

Built in 1989 of natural stone our comfortable family run Hotel offers an ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside. Situated in the “old town” district, 100 m to Urgup center, offering modern accommodation at its best. Clean interiors with private facilities and a breathtaking view over the old town dwellings, probably the most inviting […]

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Cappadocia Tours

Cappadocia Highlights Tour (09.00 – 17.00) Meet at the hotel lobby in the morning and visit to Devrent Valley where various types of fairy chimneys are abundant. We will walk through this amazing valley. Thereafter visit Pasabagi (Monk’s Valley) with multiple stems and caps, peculiar to this area. After visiting Pasabagi, drive to Avanos which […]

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Local cuisine

Throughout you journey in Cappadocia you will enjoy the local foods that accompany the unique natural, historic and cultural heritage of the region. Every beautiful day starts with a good breakfast where you have the chance to sample various offerings. A hot bazlama (gözleme) (thin, flat bread baked over a hot plate) served with local […]

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Snowshoeing in Cappadocia

Snowshoes, developed for military reasons, are being used frequently by the mountaineers because of its providing many facilities. Snowshose enables you to walk easily on the deep snow. During the winter climbing, the mountaineers face many difficulties in walking towards the last camping spot with their heavy supplies. Walking by paving the snow is a […]

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Abseiling in Cappadocia

Abseiling, meaning rope drown or descent down a rope, is a new brand outdoor sport. It started in New Zealand at the beginning of 1990’s. At that time, the idea was landing with certain descent by jumping tided up from a flat surface cliff. Like this it was like a commando rock landing. However later […]

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Yılanlı church (Church with snake)

Yılanlı church is the one with long corridor and low ceiling. It takes its name from the scene on the wall that Saint George and Saint Theodore killed the snake and dragon. There are also scenes that animated Emperor Constantine and his mother Saint Helena. Another interesting scene is about Saint Onuphrius. This saint had […]

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St. Barbara church

It takes its name for a Saint from Egypt that was prisoned in order to take away from Christianity by her father. Despite all efforts to prevent, Barbara would do every necessities for Christianity and then she would be killed with torture by her father. The church which was built in 11th century was decitaded […]