Cave Life Pension

Gaferli Mahallesi Sokak No: 4/1, Goreme, 50180, Turkey
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transport from Goreme to Kayseri airport

by stalks

Hi to all,
We are visiting Goreme next June for 4 nights,doing the balloon flight etc then we are heading back to Istanbul on the 7am flight out of Kayseri. The airport shuttle buses don't connect to this early flight and have been quoted 50Euro for 2 by a couple of agencies. Does this seem reasonable and should we bother booking the transfer before we go or just shop around when we get there. What about local buses? Is it too early for them?We would need to leave Goreme by 5am. Any thoughts would be appreciated. thanks. Mary

RE: transport from Goreme to Kayseri airport

by traveloturc

Hi Mary
you can also rent a car and can solve all this problem
normal daily cost is around 35 USD.
good luck

RE: transport from Goreme to Kayseri airport

by travelmad478

EUR 50 for two people seems not too excessive. It's not a short drive, and the fact that you're leaving at 5 AM means that you're pretty much stuck with what they offer you. Renting a car seems like a lot of hassle to save EUR 15--you'd have to leave even earlier to return the car before your flight.

RE: transport from Goreme to Kayseri airport


hey there ,
50 euro seems ok as offical taxi price is 80 turkish lira for one transfer from kayseri to goreme.infact if you take a taxi from goreme to kayseri they will even charge you more. so i higly recommend you to take the offer for 50 euro.
enjoy cappadocia , you will love it

RE: RE: transport from Goreme to Kayseri airport

by stalks

Thanks for the info. Always know I can count on you all to set things right. Thanks again and Xmas wishes to all. Mary

Travel Tips for Goreme

My Meskendir Valley Hike

by Paul2001

I was never sure of the name of the valley of my second and only solo hike in Cappadocia. All I know is that the trailhead was about 500m southeast of the road to Urgup from the Goreme Open Air Museum. I recently found the map I was using for this hike and found that it was called the Meskendir Valley. I have no idea what that translates to in English from Turkish. As I said it was a solo hike, which if you are confident in your walking abilities (it does get a little rugged along the way) you should definitely do if you have the time. The valley was peaceful and full of isolated small farmer plots of land being used for growing peas and tomatoes. Rose Valley which I mentioned one of my other tips runs into this valley. The valley is a good place to meet friendly Turkish farmers at work. The valley is easy to figure out. Once you are on the main trail you will not get lost which is not the case in many of the valleys throughout Cappadocia.

Don't forget your hat

by murta

Don't forget to bring your hat as you are likely to spend a lot of time under direct sun.

The earth here is quite fine and dusty. You don't want to have the same clothing on until bedtime if your daily plan includes walking in the valleys.

Monks Valley

by TomorrowsAngel

Visit Monks Valley (Pasabag) which contains imposing fairy chimneys, many of which have 3 or 4 caps. Hermitages were carved into these chimneys and used by the monks. St Simeon the Sytlite, founder of an order of “Pillar Saints” lived in isolation in this valley.
There are day tours from Goreme (and probably some of the other nearby Cappadocian villages).

Agzikara Hani

by MalenaN

Along the road between Aksaray and Nevsehir there are a few caravanserais (or ruins of them).
On the Ilhara-tour I took from Göreme we stopped at Agzikara Hani, which is the best preserved of them. It was built during the 1230s. Entering the courtyard there is a mosque. Around are the rooms for the traders and animals.

do it in Turkish way

by FAIRYCHIMNEY about Dibek Restaurant

Very 'local' restaurant that you basicly sit on the floor and eat in very nomadic way.There are lovely cats all around and rest. provides local food only , like manti (boiled pastry in mince and topped garlic yoghurt) mantiiiii


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