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One of the famous underground cities of Cappadocia, Kaymakli contains over 100 tunnels with low, narrow and sloping passages. Although the structure goes deeper than 100 feet below ground, only the first four floors are open for public viewing.
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Kaymakli Kasabasi Kaymakli, Derinkuyu, Nevsehir, Turkey
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Reviewed March 5, 2018 via mobile

We absolutely loved visiting the underground city, it was so interesting. The only downfall was there is no information around so you’ll need a guide. We found a guide that worked there and could give us the tour in English. He had so much knowledge...More

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Reviewed January 10, 2018

can be busy at tourist bus tours hours, best is early morning, lunch time or before it gets closed. be careful of winter/summer museum hours. last entrance in the winter is 16.15 ; summer 18.15

Thank atil u
Reviewed December 4, 2017

Kaymakli underground city is not far from Nevsehir and can easily be reached by public bus. The buses depart from the center of Nevsehir and stop all the way. Tickets are not sold in advance, the cost of the trip is payed to the driver...More

1  Thank airamdol
Reviewed October 23, 2017 via mobile

This never ending underground caves with several kilometre tunnels and several stages is a wonder and it proves how far human beings can go to defend their religious beliefs. Educational interesting and amazingly hard work as sometimes you have to walk for several tens of...More

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed October 6, 2017 via mobile

Went to this underground city this week as part of the Green Tour...its quite impressive that they carved out such a labyrinth of caves just for hiding out from invaders. It must have taken quite some time! At one point there is I think 22m...More

Thank Jessi B
Reviewed September 29, 2017 via mobile

It's really amazing that people were actually living and surviving in those dark and narrow spaces for a long period of time. It's so easy to get lost in those labyrinth. Awesome ventilation system as there were no uneasy, damp or musky smells down there

Thank Aliza J
Reviewed May 28, 2017

Such an advanced Underground city thousand years ago? WOW! The rooms are spacious, the corridors are not that thin and the architecture is amazing.

Thank Sebat J
Reviewed March 4, 2017

Cappadocia and Turkey are both filled with unique places to visit and if in this plethora of fascinating sites, Kaymakli still stands out it's totally worth visiting. We were lucky to have Mr. Mohammed, the first ever guide at Kaymakli take just our family on...More

Thank icmiaan
Reviewed September 30, 2016 via mobile

Amazed by the engineering of the ancient people and their simple lifestyle. I would definitely recommend a tour guide because otherwise you wouldnt know what you are looking at and you would just get lost in the numerous tunnels and pathways.

2  Thank Azhar A
Reviewed July 31, 2016

This underground city is welcomed diversion. It is always climate-controlled and gave the impression that I was Indiana Jones in a real- life adventure. There is a moderate amount of walking and I would recommend wearing comfortable shoes.

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Hi Zifa6, We actually took a guide - Ibrahim - from Aydinli Cave Hotel (where we stayed) in Cappadocia and he took us to all the places by his car for a fixed rate for 3 days. It included all the entrance fees. The day we... More
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50 Turkish Lira. approximately 15-20 usd
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