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It is a must visit when you are at Cappadocia. Don't expect too much as most of the underground "rooms" are empty. But it is still fascinating to see how they create all the stone rooms with passage ways and stone door. It is just...More
This is an absolutely amazing underground city where you can experience the true ancient living style of Turkish people back in the day. Some places were so narrow where you pretty much have to either kneel or bend down to pass through. We went there...More
You really need a guide to get the best out of this place, unfortunately the guide I had only spoke Russian and I don't speak that language. Luckily I had read up quite a bit about the history and workings of the underground city before...More
Entering this city it gives you some idea of how people lived in those days. The space is empty and without the actual situation but still you can imagine how it would be down there in these narrow spaces with lots of people, open fire...More
A once in a lifetime experience thanks to our excellent guide Ihsan Gavdar (his phone number is 05383245663 if you want to organise a tour), who saw us lurking around the entrance and offered us a private tour. There are many underground cities in Cappadoccia...More
This place is out of this world. To think that people stayed here for over a year without seeing be day of light is unbelievable. It’s pretty cool to visit and try to imagine how people lived here. It’s really tight in some area, specially...More
This underground city is probably the best one to visit to get the feel for claustiphobia, without the encircling crowds of visitors taking selfies. Unlike the more famous underground cities of Kaymakli and Derinkuyu, both on the main highway south of Goreme (Kapadokya), Mazi takes...More
I am quite sad that it is one price for non Turks and another for Turks. This seems to be normal in Turkey but very sad for the tourists. Paid the money, walked in and was basically led around by pointing arrows. Their was large...More
The history behind this underground city is fascinating and it is well worth doing. However, if you like me, suffer from claustrophobia then enter with caution. The early rooms seemed higher than the last ones and in the end I had to exit quickly.