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Kaymakli Underground City And Traditional Villages Tour
"Pick-up from your hotel at 09:30amTour to Kaymaklı Underground City one of the most interesting underground settlements in Cappadocia. Drive to to Sahinefendi (Sobesos) - Sobessos is newly discovered (01 May 2002) mosaic houses & Archaeological excavation site. Villages in the valleys surrounded by the “table top” mountains are spectacular. Continue with Keslik Monastery near Cemil that hides it’s frescoes behind a very thin smoke layer which we can only see by torch light. Lunch break. Visit to Mustafapaşa (Sinasos) an old Greek town with its spectacular old Greek houses; very fine examples of late Greek settlements and architecture. Visit to Saruhan Caravanserai a roadside inn where travellers could rest and recover from the day’s journey. Caravanserais supported the flow of commerce
From EUR115.00
 
Small Group: Cappadocia Green Full Day City Tour
"Pick up at your hotel. Start the tour with a spectacular view over Göreme from Esentepe. See the panaromic view of Göreme valley and village with its fairy chimneys rock formations and cave houses. Journey to Derinkuyu Underground City one of the best preserved and deepest underground cities in Cappadocia. Discover the unique rooms found in an underground city such as stables cellars storage rooms refectories churches and wineries. Visit the second floor that housed the missionary school and study roomsTravel to the Ihlara Valley. Look at over one hundred rock carved churches and houses that line the gorge. Walk along the river in the valley. Explore
From EUR65.00
 
Private Via Salt Lake Tour To Cappadocia From Istanbul
"Day 1As your travel will actually follow the ancient Silk Road nothing is more suitable than a refreshing stop at an authentic travelers’ inn the Ağzıkarahan Caravanserai which was built in the 13th century by the Selçuk Empire.Your first visit in the Cappadoccia region will be the Kaymaklı or the Derinkuyu one the underground cities where early Christians found refuge.You may then opt for lunch either in a fish or meat restaurant with a selection of local Cappadocia wines.The afternoon will be a great time to see the magnificent scenes offered by the unique nature of the region
From $480.00

More Things to Do in Kaymakli

Citadel of Kaymakli

Kaymakli underground city is built under the hill known as the Citadel of Kaymakli, in the centre of the village of Kaymakli. You may watch my high resolution photo of Kaymakli on the Google Earth...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Apr 04, 2011

The above ground village

The above ground (derelict looking) houses in the village were constructed around the nearly one hundred tunnels of the underground city. We were told that all the homes were connected to the...
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mvtouring
Oct 26, 2009

Kaymakli

Kaymakli is one of the largest underground settlements in the Cappadocia area. It consist of eight floors in total, however you can only visit four of the floors provided you are not clostophobic,...
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mvtouring
Oct 26, 2009

Village of Kaymakli

The houses in the village are constructed around the nearly one hundred tunnels of the underground city. When there wasn't any danger the people living on the ground in case of the danger have hidden...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Oct 18, 2008

Kaymakli Underground City

Kaymakli is one of the largest underground settlements in the region. The tunnels are low, narrow, and steeply inclined. Of the four floors open to tourists (there are eight floors in total), each...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Oct 18, 2008

Moving between floors

From my photo's you will notice the floors below and the staircases that you have to use to get from one storey to the next. I wonder if they had similar staircases in the old days?
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mvtouring
Oct 26, 2009
 
 
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A glimse into the tunnels

I hope that you get an impression from my photo's about how low, narrow, and steeply inclined the tunnels are. They only allow for one way traffice in most areas.
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mvtouring
Oct 26, 2009

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"Underground city of Kaymakli"
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"Kaymakli"
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"AN UNDERGROUND WORLD"
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"Kaymaklı Underground City"
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