Cappadocia Tourist Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Cappadocia Tourist Hotel Goreme
Travel Blogs from Goreme
... that Teresa and Karla moved onto in Istanbul was on the asian side over the Golden Horn bridge. Must say never judge a book by its cover as when we arrived at 11pm the street was dodgy as with homeless men sleeping on park benches to greet us when we got off tram.
The whole reason we got there so quick was thanks to the help of two fellow male travellers who met us on the plane from Goreme and escorted us on the Metro and tram to the stop at Tophane. ...
... six months they found one near here when a guy went to the very back of his shed and moved a door that he hadn't moved before and found an entire underground city behind it. we went into one of those. seven levels of city, going down 55 metres. one hell of a ventilation shaft as you can imagine. people didn't live here regularily - it was a place of refuge to hide from enemies. lots of fail proofs including secret tunnels, narrow staircases that would be easy to defend, ...
... There is no way my words can truly explain, or do justice, to this place so please check out the photos to get a better idea. Sorry there are so many photos, I just couldn’t help myself.
We arrived at 2am (flight delay), and passed right out in our cave hotel! The room was carved into the rock and had many Turkish carpets hanging on the walls; it was perfect. Cappadocia is a huge region and we only had 3.5 days, so our first day started with a tour of the ...
I had jokingly (kind of) commented to Mikey that we hadn't done any overnight buses or trains on our budget trip, and that it might be an interesting and more local experience, so to save money (plus a nights accommodation) and time (not wasting a whole day travelling), we decided to take the overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme. The trip took about 9-10 hours and was comfortable enough, but pretty uneventful and not very exciting. When we arrived at 7am, we were blown away by ...
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What to see?
After my visit to the tourist office of Ürgüp I am overloaded with brochures and maps of the area. Lots to see, place to hike and things to do. After reading some of it, I feel totally stressed out. I decide to explore my way, trusting on my instinct where to stop and where to go. Ürgüp is lovely but a bit too touristy for me with its boutiques, hotels and wine terraces and tourist busses. After a quick walk around, parked next ...