Urgup Inn Cave Hotel

Temenli Mah. Sagir Mescit Sok. No 22 , Urgup, Cappadocia, 50400, Turkey | 1 star b&b
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This 1 star B&B, located on Temenli Mah. Sagir Mescit Sok. No 22 , Urgup, is near Goreme Open-Air Museum, Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Cappadocia Cave Dwellings, and Avanos.
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    Cave dwellers

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 14, 2014

    14 photos

    ... stone used to close off entrance ways when the enemy was after them. Kaan had warned us of the peasant women who sell dolls near the exit. It was amusing to hear them yelling and entreating us to buy their wares. People around here are much more conservative and they dress very traditionally - you could feel like you have stepped back in time. Yesterday we also passed through Konya which is a fairly large city and more conservative. ...

    Turkey by Tenere: Days 3 and 4 in Capadocia

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Apr 22, 2014

    18 photos

    ... which basically divide the valley up. Two more famous ones for walks are the Red and Rose Valleys. It was kind of funny trying to follow the signs though because all signs had both names on them so I can only say I have seen some sort of combination of the two. When I started out walking from Uchisar I only had in mind that I wanted to do at least 20km as I was doing a solidarity walk for the Lebanon Mountain ...

    Cappadocia, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by simplifie1 on Nov 28, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... wonders created by three volcanoes over thousands of years of activity (now dormant). There are'fairy chimneys' and other rock formations that past populations would make into their homes. In early Christianity, during the persecution by the Roman empire, and later the Ottoman Empire, Christians fled into this region and literally carved churches, basilicas, monasteries and homes into the soft limestone cliffs, hills and even underground. Today (weds); we rented a car for ...


    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 05, 2013

    68 photos

    ... to stay in the van again, as he was feeling pretty bad again. The rest of us went in and got a demonstration about the different types of rare stones they had in Turkey, the main one being Turquoise. He showed us examples of a turquoise stone, as well as comparing a fake stone. After showing us a few more things, he took us through to the shop. It was a massive room carved into the rock (recently, not an old one) full of heaps of displays of jewellery. There was so much of it! ...


    A travel blog entry by opacheco on Sep 17, 2013

    13 photos

    A new dawn, a new day. One that promises to be full of wonder and adventure. The itinerary for the day is aggressive but with a full nights sleep behind us it feels achievable, especially with the help of Bilal, our tour guide for the day. Our first stop is to take in the panoramic views of Pigeon Valley from the town of Goreme. Settled by Christians that were escaping prosecution, the valley is dotted with homes ...