Discover Cappadocia in Autumn

Cappadocia, which is a must-see for people of all ages and takes people to a completely different world, is known for its legendary beauty and is another beautiful one in autumn. This travel guide we shared for you invites you to rediscover Cappadocia.

Dream a lot in the Valley of Dreams

Devrent Valley, also known as Hayal Valley, is famous for its camel-like fairy chimney, which is frequently used in Cappadocia promotions. Every fairy chimney in Cappadocia is very special, but the shapes of the fairy chimneys in this valley are much more remarkable. The valley is 15 minutes away from Avanos. To see this valley, you need a private car or taxi because there is no public transportation vehicle coming here.

Gulledere Valley for Mountain Hikes

There are many churches and monasteries in Gulludere Valley, which is one of the most preferred places due to the clear sight of fairy chimneys. You can visit the whole valley on foot because this valley is perfect for mountain walks. This magnificent valley between Cavusin Village and Goreme begins to exhibit its beauties from the first light of the morning.

Experience Every Shade of Green in Ihlara Valley

With the settlement that started in the 4th century, Ihlara Valley, where every shade of green can be observed, is a very famous place with its churches carved into the rocks and its unique natural formations. Located within the provincial borders of Aksaray, Ihlara Valley is among the must-see places in Cappadocia. You can spare a day for a trip to Ihlara Valley. Do not leave here without seeing the Agacaltı Church, Sumbullu Church, Kirk Damalti Church and Yilanli Church. It is possible to enter Ihlara Valley with a Museum Card, and the entrance fee to Ihlara Valley is 90 TL.

Leave Our Wishes to Temenni Hill

Temenni Hill, which gives the opportunity to watch Urgup from above, was built in 1288. Temenni Hill, which is one of the most important places to visit in Urgup with its view providing a view to Erciyes, attracts great attention due to its location. There are two cupolas on Temenni Hill. The tomb at the entrance is a place where people make wishes and tie different cloths while doing so. This is where the name of the hill comes from. When you go to Temenni Hill, be sure to stop by the cupola in the middle. Tahsin Aga Public Library is located here. Although it has been moved to the city center, there are artifacts left here as well.

Goreme Open Air Museum with 360 Churches

Goreme Open Air Museum, which is one of the favorite places of Cappadocia, is visited by many people every year. There are approx. 360 churches in the region and great attention is paid to the preservation of these churches. You can get out of the natural formations and see the most interesting points of Goreme here.

Goreme Open Air Museum entrance fee is 150 TL without a card. The Museum Card is valid at the entrance to the Open Air Museum, and the entrance fee for the Dark Church is 50 TL.

The Strangest Museum in the World: Hair Museum

The Hair Museum, which you must visit when you come to the Potters' Bazaar, is known as the strangest museum in the world. Surrounded by the hairs of more than 16,000 women, this museum also has a very romantic story. A French woman leaves a lock of her hair as a souvenir before going to the pottery shop she loves to visit, and every woman who comes after that continues the same action. Photography is prohibited in the museum.

Get Lost in Kaymakli Underground City

Only the first 4 floors of this underground city, which consists of 8 floors and has a capacity of 5000 people, can be visited. A magnificent underground city with supply wells, water tanks, halls and many more. When you come to the underground city, you can see the traces of the early period on the first floor. It is possible to wonder about history after what you see in this underground city that opens the doors of a mysterious world. Kaymaklı Underground City cardless entrance fee is 100 TL. The Museum Card is also valid here.