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Cappadocia Cave Dwellings

Urgup, Turkey
+90 384 271 31 11
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Reviewed April 28, 2015 via mobile

I have never seen something like this before however my family has seen something similar with the native Indians in the US. It is interesting to see how humans evolve with their instinct even though those two nations never met to learn from one another....More

Thank ddanapacific
Reviewed April 28, 2015

We took this trip in April. It was really well organised, and great value too. My only criticism regards misleading brochure information concerning 'options'. On arrival we were told that optional packages were, in fact, a necessary part of the trip, and that we had...More

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Reviewed April 27, 2015

We booked the Cappadocia tour with RSD travel and left GB on 1 April 2015. After booking we had some doubts after reading some dodgy reviews but we needn't have worried as the holiday was very well organised, the hotels were excellent and our driver...More

Thank eric1042
Reviewed April 26, 2015

Cappadocia area and the open air museum at Goreme in particular are amazing. The fact that so much of that very ancient landscape has survived despite the composition of the earth (solicited volcanic ash) and the wear and tear of weather over time. - Cold...More

Thank 448Elizabeth
Reviewed April 25, 2015

I never thought anything like this exsisted! What an education and so thrilling to see this countryside with it's remarkable landscape and history.

Thank angelaI4934AB
Reviewed April 25, 2015

Unique superb experience, thousands of these dwelling throughout the region. See them in the Goreme open air museum, the valleys, and just about everywhere!

Thank danpoenaru
Reviewed April 24, 2015

This is worth the visit, but requires imagination. Hard to correlate these cave dwellers in the same time era that other civilizations were far more advanced. Be prepared to stoop low, not comfortable for tall people.

Thank Paul M
Reviewed April 24, 2015

Visited an underground cave dwelling which was very informative. The caves themselves had everything for the residents. Restrooms, kitchens, rooms for goats, wells etc. amazing how people lived so long ago.

Thank 481kel
Reviewed April 22, 2015 via mobile

Cappadocia is a geographical marvel and a visit should be on everyone's bucket list. I visited with a school group (14-17 yr olds) and like me, they were in awe of the landscape. They were intrigued and engaged by the dwellings, asking our guide numerous...More

Thank Nicole C
Reviewed April 21, 2015

Cappadocia has thousands of cave dwellings...they are everywhere, and are quite spectacular. There are dozens of them that contain Christian churches, generally from the 11th century, with frescos that are still visible.

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