Vera Hotel Tassaray

Address: Duayeri Mah. Ahmet AsIm Yolac Cad. No:20 , Urgup, Cappadocia, \N, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Duayeri Mah. Ahmet AsIm Yolac Cad. No:20 , Urgup, is near Zelve Open Air Museum, Cappadocia Ez Air Balloons, and Yeni Mosque (Cenab Ahmet).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Vera Hotel Tassaray Urgup

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    Travel Blogs from Urgup

    Art, Family and New Country

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 01, 2014

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    ... as an insult to the brides family. Ûmid had a friend at a small little cultural museum that had several stages life size characters displayed so as to help illustrate their culture in Turkey. It was simple but when intertwined with Our guide life experience it was very interesting. Ümid was married 4 years ago and he shared one tradition they still practice today in Cappadocia where the brides face is covered for the full day of ...

    From underground, overground to up, up and away.

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... a cup of really quite insanely strong coffee, we met our tour guide who had the James Bondesque name of Thank You. Maybe thats what her Dad said to her Mum? We collected the other tour members - a lovely family from Pakistan and a few others and off we headed.

    First stop was a spot noted for its animal shaped rocks. There's a camel, a fish and a kiss amongst others. Then it was off to see a rock cut church. There are lots of these all over the place. Thank You told ...

    Increadible scenery!

    A travel blog entry by trevor_lorraine on Oct 21, 2013

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    ... he landed that basket lightly right on the
    balloon trailer, then sprang out and popped a bottle of champers!) then up and
    away, incredible eroded landscape below, dipping into valleys, cameras more
    ablaze than the propane burners, 50 or so balloons around us, sun rising over
    the mountains.

    We were lucky both nights to eat at cafes where Turkish
    grandmothers do the cooking – home style dishes ...

    Rocks, rocks, and more rocks...

    A travel blog entry by ckpleas on Sep 07, 2013

    11 photos

    ... teachings. Many have partially faded but there are some that have been well preserved an quite intricate. There were also cave rooms with areas for stables, large eating tables, and wine making areas all made of solid stone ( we were not allowed to take pictures inside, but I did take a few from outside). Before lunch we headed to one of the oldest family opened pottery making factories. We were given a demonstration on how they make the pottery ...

    Kapadokia: Sky, Earth and Underground

    A travel blog entry by dzamore on Aug 23, 2013

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    We had been asking him about things to do and he suggested we go to see one of the underground cities here. There are several Byzantine cities built underground near Kapadokia. They were built as protective hideouts from warring cities. These were so intricate. There are 5 levels in the city. There was everything from stables, to food storage, to