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One of the top attractions in the region, this outdoor museum contains the remains of many churches carved into the famous Cappadocia stone. Of note are the many excellent frescoes that can be seen when exploring the various structures.
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Wow. What a brilliant place. We were lucky enough to have a guide, a local from the area. He use to play in the area as a kid. The area was devalued a heritage site in 1986 only. When you look at the stunning rich...More
Very cool place. We went for this place as part of red tour. It was raining snow that day. The guide was very informative about all the history and the conditions on every room/cave. Some stairs was a bit slippery during snow.
Average place ..has a couple of old churches and nothing else...And that’s it...some cave sort formations that one can find easily all around capadoccia (so, nothing special for paying an additional ticket) n a couple of old churches...
In the olden time when Roman Empire forced believers to be Pagan and forbidden Christinity,
All believers were living here in Monastry life with churches with frescoes, male&female priests, cave kitchens, graves,.Dark Church has the best firescos because no light, no windows but Buckle Church...More
Goreme Museum is an open air museum where you get an insight into how people lived in the volcanic landscape and those weird structures where man took refuge all thsoe years ago. It is a must visit if you are in Cappadocia.
It is wonderfull! The landscape is almost unreal, with that volcanic rocks sculpted by weather and carved by men in order to be a refuge in difficult times.Can be seen a lot of churches carved in rocks, well and in the same time miraculously preserved.
It costs 45TL to get into the open Air museum. It’s worth the price as the money goes to preserving that beautiful area. However, I was a bit shocked to find out you had to pay an extra 15TL per person to enter one of...More
Walking is not terribly difficult you might want to consider a hiking stick just for added stability if you or a fellow traveler is not surefooted. A car is a plus and will make you much more flexible. Honestly sidewalks and... More
Walking is not terribly difficult you might want to consider a hiking stick just for added stability if you or a fellow traveler is not surefooted. A car is a plus and will make you much more flexible. Honestly sidewalks and streets in most cities are more difficult to navigate. We live in Turkey and feel very safe especially a place like Goreme. Keep in mind that on Easter is the referendum vote which is a day to stay close to home and avoid crowds. Also if you get a guide in Goerme you end up at the carpet factory and an hour long sales pitch and at the pottery factory and a sales pitch it is better to get some good guide books and do it on your own. We stayed in the Nostalgia cave hotel and were very happy. A recent traveler booked a hotel and was shuffled to a different hotel due on construction in the booked hotel- don't let them pull that trick on you unless you view the new room first and agree to staying there.
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Dentro do vilarejo GOREME há as cavernas, casas, abrigos, capelas, onde homens primitivos moraram. Alguns até foram transformados em pequenos hotéis ou pousadas. Lá está a... More
Dentro do vilarejo GOREME há as cavernas, casas, abrigos, capelas, onde homens primitivos moraram. Alguns até foram transformados em pequenos hotéis ou pousadas. Lá está a civilização primitiva do Ser Humano. Uma viagem no tempo das Cavernas!!! Acesso de carro, bicicletas ou nos Bus de Turismo, cujos guias sabem levar aos melhores lugares. Boa sorte e ótima viagem!!!