Aydinli Cave House Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Aydinli Mahallesi, Aydinli Sok No:12, Goreme, 50180, Turkey
Aydinli Cave House Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 62% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo96
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Cappadocia in October

by Tijavi

Would appreciate anyone's help with the following questions:

1) How low could temperatures fall mid-to-end October? I know this is a silly question considering one could easily browse the web, but I'd be more interested to hear firsthand experiences.

2) Ramadan ends in mid-October, what would it be like in Cappadocia during Ramadan? Can one eat in public without offending religious sensibilities? Will there be guides available? Transportation easy to come by?

3) I have a very limited time in Cappadocia, expecting to explore the sights in just three days. Which would be the most strategic base - Goreme or Urgup? Or any other place?

Tesekkurler!

Re: Cappadocia in October

by Sirvictor

1) visit my Nevsehir page. The days are hot, nights are cooler. You will need a pull-over or a sacco for the night.
2) No problem during Ramadan. You will find your food over all. eg. hotels and pensions serve for tourists. no problem.
3) Urgup, Goreme, Uchisar are the night places
Have a nice time

Re: Cappadocia in October

by priyakirpalaney

three days is ample time.
Just got back yesterday> We were based in goreme. One day red tour, one day green tour, and any one morning for balloon ride. actually 2 days is enough

Re: Cappadocia in October

by Tijavi

Thanks, Priya. Sorry, what is a red and green tour? Greetings from the desert!

Re: Cappadocia in October

by priyakirpalaney

Basically the whole area and its sights are divided into 4 tours, out of which the red tour(covering the fairychimneys, rock formations, look out points, and pottery demonstrations, and goreme open air museum) and the green tour( ilhara valley hike, underground city, caravenserai etc), the other two yellow and blue are only if you have time. Most of the stuff you can cover in these two tours.

Re: Cappadocia in October

by Tijavi

Thanks again.

Travel Tips for Goreme

Goreme Modern History Background

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The Cappadocia region, in which many diverse civilizations lived, was discovered by the Europeans at the beginning of the 18th century. In 1744, Paul Lucas who was charged by Louis XIV, king of France, had declared that he had seen pyramid formed strange houses near Hals that had charming doors, stairs and large windows to illuminate the rooms. The fairy chimneys reminded him of hooded priests and the rocks over them resembled the Virgin Mary holding the baby Christ, with the help of his imagination.

In 1819, when Lucas resumed research in Cappadocia he defined these fairy chimneys as the grave yards that belong to Caesarea (modern Kayseri). Lucas's fantastic description was reacted to with both suspicion and interest in the west. C. Texier whom arrived in Cappadocia between 1833 -1837 after Paul Lucas, stated that "nature had never showed itself to a foreigners eyes so extraordinarily".

According to much of the tourist literature on Cappadocia, the region was “discovered” by the West in the early twentieth century when a French priest named Guillaume de Jerphanion conducted and published a study of rock-cut churches in the Göreme valley. Followed by other scholars, Jerphanion’s work served to mark off the Byzantine churches in the Göreme valley as being of key historic significance. Other writings and photographic representations from the early twentieth century emphasise both the historic and visual significance of the churches and the frescoes on their rock-carved walls, thus denoting their value for tourist interest.

Part of the valley became enclosed as the Göreme Open-Air Museum in 1950.
The Göreme National Park (Göreme Milli Parklar in Turkish) was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985.

Learn more here.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Goreme Open Air Museum on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 38° 38' 26.70" N 34° 50' 40.05" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Goreme Open Air Museum 1 .

German shepherd in Goreme

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

You can realize how I was missing my dogs staying in Moscow! And how lucky I was when saw a German shepherd near to the Ceramics shop! Long live German shepherds all over the World!

Thus it happened in Turkey I take a chance saing long live Turkish breeds!
I know two Turkish breeds.
The Sivas Kangal Dog is a breed of domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris), and is the national breed of Turkey. This dog, which can grow as large as 64 kg, was originally used as a Livestock guardian dog.

Have a look here Kangal Dog.
The Anatolian Shepherd Dog is a breed of dog from Anatolia and bred for guarding flocks of sheep from wolves, bears, jackals, and even cheetahs.
Have a look there Anatolian Shepherd .

Nar Golu

by morgr

Admittedly there is not much to do or see here. It was just some lake on the side of the road. I think it was a crater lake, and possibly also the only lake in Cappadocia, though I am not sure.

I suppose you could take a stroll around it or, weather permitting, take a swim. We did neither. Snapped this picture then left.

ortahisar

by cachaseiro

ortahisar is another village that is worth visiting.
like uchisar it has a rock castle on top of town, but the castle in ortahisar has started to crumble and you are not allowed to go all the way to the top anymore.
it's still worth a visit though and there are many nice view points in and around the village.

Skip this tourist trap

by Tijavi about Tardelli

I don't know whether to put this under tourist trap or restaurants, but one thing is sure - my experience with this restaurant was not so pleasant. Not only were the portions small - a serving of beef sisli (barbecue) consists of six teeny-weeny bits with two spoons of rice pilaf on the side for about USD18!- but also the staff were too enthusiastic in please new guests at the expense of existing ones.

I was asked to move to a less desirable location in the middle of my meal when two guests came in - and it was clear there were enough seats for everybody! Just looked the waiter and smiled and went back to the beef morsels (yes, they were morsels!) on my plate dying to be gobbled up.

Not too happy with this restaurant - a complete rip off.

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