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“Easy walk”

Goreme National Park
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US$293,76*
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2 Days Cappadocia Tour from Istanbul Including...
Ranked #3 of 56 things to do in Goreme
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 2 April 2018

Plenty of trails that you could follow. We were dropped off near the Open Air Museum and took a walk through the national park back into Goreme. Easy enough and it was fun climbing up and down the "gnomes hats".

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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

A party of two, we managed to hike for a crazy whole day starting from Red/Rose valley (entrance from opposite of Goreme Air Museum) managed to continue all the way to Uchisar city via Cavusin (covering Love Valley to Pigeon Valley). Was quite ambitious and tiring hike but doable although I won’t recommend to do them all in one go! Great sceneries although the trails are badly mark so it’s so easy to get lost, especially everything look a bit similar after sometime. Regret nothing but the sore legs on the next day

Thank Yuliana H
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Reviewed 28 March 2018

Goreme Open-Air Museum is located only 1 1/2 kms. from the village, but wear solid footwear as you will spend hours of walking and climbing in order to see everything. The Museum is a vast complex of monasteries and churches, most dating from the 10-11-12th centuries. These beautiful rock cut churches contain beautiful frescoes that still retain their vivid colours. My favourites included the 6-7 storey Nunnery, the colourful Apple Church, and the striking Dark Church. The Open Air Museum has been a member of the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1984, and was one of the first two UNESCO sites in Turkey. Plan to spend the entire day here, folks!

Thank John L
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Wear comfortable clothes and footwear and take your time and alot of pictures :D don't forget to visit the church inside.

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Reviewed 14 March 2018 via mobile

The range and scope of the rock formations look like they are from another planet. Sadly, the trash and quad runners that they allow are very much from ours (which is the reason for four, not five stars. Nature is awesome. People ruin things). Take one of the horseback riding tours to see the best of it up close. It offers a very inexpensive, but an intimate experience.

Thank LongWalker2016
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