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Classics of Cappadocia: Goreme Open Air Museum And Fairy Chimneys Tour
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Reviewed July 22, 2015

Like: It's fun,amazing scenery, relatively easy walk and hike. There are little shops, cafes and ice-cream cart around. Dislike: In some spots, might be a bit too many people.

Thank swirlwind
Reviewed July 18, 2015

Nothing much to see except the rocks looked like mushroom and had like a cave. Beware of extra friendly dogs , They love to play but sometimes seem to aggressive

Thank Narutorao R
Reviewed July 14, 2015

Some of the rarest fairy chimneys are found here, there is a 3 tiered fairy chimney which is rare to Cappadocia Pasabag or "Pashas Vineyards" formations ~ this name was given after the Byzantine Greek population left the region which at the time had beautiful...More

Thank JazzzSay
Reviewed July 12, 2015

Amazing place to visit, I've seen nothing else like this. We had an enjoyable time with our guide wondering around. Great place to take pictures.

Thank Jagden
Reviewed July 10, 2015

Was a bit crowded when we went so it was less enjoyable. Can make for some terrific pictures if you can get there during the golden hour. Unfortunately in summer that is not possible given the park timings.

Thank luv2trvl2009
Reviewed July 6, 2015

Also known as Monks' Valley, it interesting to walk around these group of rocks. There are numerous pillars and one can easily see the different layers of rocks as each has eroded in different ways creating fantastically shaped "structures". The walk around is an easy...More

Thank Happytraveller604
Reviewed July 5, 2015

These amazing structures are make from weathered rock which has shaped them into them into mushroom style shapes like pinnacles. Some were hollowed out by the Monks, hence the name Monks Valley.

Thank Carol R
Reviewed July 4, 2015 via mobile

it is amazing place with rocks in unique formation. unique place but bit boring after a while. my friend loves it as photographer. but i as a hiker. find not too much interesting.

Thank yota x
Reviewed July 3, 2015

We visited Pasabagi on our way from Goreme to Zelve Open Air Museum. As we had a hire car we were able to arrive at 9am - this meant we saw the most impressive fairy chimneys both before the tour buses arrived and before the...More

Thank mikeedeedee
Reviewed June 25, 2015

We continued with our tour experience in Cappadocia. This time, visited Pasabag. This place is a must ! It is located on the road to Zelve. This site is also called Monks Valley. The name was derived from some cones carved in tuff stones which...More

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