Walnut House Hotel Goreme

Kasabasi No 6, Goreme, 50180, Turkey
Walnut House Hotel Goreme
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A well deserved lunch - Ihlara GorgeA well deserved lunch - Ihlara Gorge

Red Valley - near GoremeRed Valley - near Goreme

Almost thereAlmost there

Inside the fairy chimneysInside the fairy chimneys

Forum Posts

transportation to Goreme, and from Goreme

by Hydrangea

Hello,
I'm going to travel around Turkey in September.

Could you please let me know the schedule of overnight bus services from Pamkkale to Goreme (or somewhere around Cappadocia)?

Should I make a reservation of our seats in advance?

Thank you for your help! :-)

Chikage

Re: transportation to Goreme, and from Goreme

by Sirvictor

Sayanora Chiky,
Dont make problem. There are many busses to Goreme from Pamukkale. You can learn about the shedule in Denizli. You need not reserve a seat just now. But It is better to buy the ticket as you came to the main Bus terminal of Denizli.
1st let me explain the words:

a- Goreme is a town of Nevsehir. Nevsehir is the capital city of the region called Cappadocia. The other towns in cappa are Urgup, Uchisar, Avanos. All busses go to Nevsehir. In nevsehir the passengers are taken by service shuttle to their destinations. eg yours : Goreme. The host at the bus asks your end destination before you reach to nevsehir. You must tell him "Goreme (Read: Goereme)

b- Pamukkale is the historical place just 10 kms from Denizli. Denizli is the capital city of the region called Pamukkale. At the main bus terminal of denizli you can ask the mini-bus called "dolmus", a Turkish transportation service to pamukkale.

Have a nice time. may you came happily and return happily.

Re: transportation to Goreme, and from Goreme

by Hydrangea

Thank you for suck kind information.
I feel reassured now.
I'm really looking forward to visiting Turkey!!
Many thanks again.

Chikage :-))

Travel Tips for Goreme

Göreme village

by MalenaN

Göreme is a village with about 2000 inhabitants. It is a touristic place with many tour agencies and cheap pensions. When I came to Göreme I had been travelling in eastern Turkey and was a bit surprised to see so many tourists at the same time, and a lot of them in shorts and tight tops.
It is a nice and peaceful place and it is a good base for exploring Cappadocia.
As the village is small it is close to everything and the otogar is just in the middle.

Claypot food

by albaaust

One of the specialities of this region is food cooked in a claypot which is then broken for serving. We found the food cooked using this method quite tasty , very much a Tutkish version of stew- the meat itself was very tender.

You could have one of these meals quite cheaply in any of the local restaurants in the main centre of town.

Esentepe

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

This is the best panoramic viewpoint from which to see the complete view of Goreme valley and Goreme village: fairy chimneys, rock formations and cave houses. Goreme means "can’t see", but this is the one place where you can "see" it all! The village is full of fairy chimneys, some of which have been converted into homes by cutting caves out of the soft volcanic rock.
Unfortunately we didn’t make a stop here and saw Esentepe only out of a bus’ window…

You may watch my high resolution photo of Goreme Valley on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 38° 38' 20.39" N 34° 50' 13.21" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Esentepe.

You may watch my 1 min 31 sec VIDEO-Clip Goreme Part IV with Turkish music out of my Youtube channel.

fancy a bird watching ?

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

Sultan Marshes located in Kayseri-Nigde way and just look like paradise among this dry land.Numerous bird species live here and lay their eggs where you can hire a boat and go for birdwatching.

how to get there ? Arrive at Kayseri drive along the Nigde way.You will spot Yesilhisar town sign and you will drive another 18 kilometres.Kayseri 65 kilometres away from Goreme.

Eating by the river

by MalenaN

After walking in Ihlara Valley it is nice to sit down at one of the restaurants by the river. I had a chicken-dish served on a hot iron plate (had the same at Shoestring one evening). The rice lies like a cupole in the middle with a chicken and tomatoe mix around in a circle. It is very delisious.
After the lunch we had watermelon, which at this season often is served after meals.
I don't know the price as the lunch was included in the price for the Ihlara tour. But the coke was 2 000 000 TL.

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