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Private Full-Day Cappadocia Tour Including Goreme Open Air Museum
"Meet your private guide during a morning pickup at your hotel in Cappadocia then enjoy fine views over the village of Esentepe on route to the Kaymakli Underground City — believed to date back as far as the 8th century BC.On arrival at the underground city explore with your private guide and discover winding tunnels and subterranean living quarters and imagine life in this amazing underground settlement.Head onward to local attractions such as Uçhisar Castle — a natural rocky outcrop used as a fortress during the Roman era — and Pigeon Valley where fine views over the Cappadocian countryside await. Next visit the UNESCO–listed Göreme Open-Air Museum once the monastery settlement of the first Christians in Cappadocia. During your tour
From EUR135.00
 
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
 
Soganli Valley Kaymakli Underground City and All Highlights of Southeast Cappadocia
"Pick up from your hotel and you will visit Kaymakli Underground City see how the people lived in this multi level city complete with stables kitchens storage chambers and wine making room. Next head to the Soganli Valley relaxing 3km walk through the valley with Byzantine period rock tombs. Visit the Sobesos a Roman Bath from the 5th century and mosaics and graves from Byzantine Empire Period before moving on to Taskinpasa Medresesi
From $50.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Sivas

Sarkisla

Sarkisla is 80km southwest of Sivas. The city is the birthplace and home of the greatest Turkish popular poet of modern times Asik Veysel (1894-1971). He was born near the town to a poor peasant...
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Pinat
Jun 08, 2009

The Bridges of Sivas

The most famous ones are Egri Bridge, Kesik Bridge, Yildiz Bridge and Bogaz Bridge. The oldest of these is the 180 meter long Egri Bridge that connects Sivas with the former road to Malatya. As there...
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Pinat
Jun 08, 2009

Climb up (Drive up) Kizildag

Kizildag is the most well-known mountain of Sivas as it's the place where the longest river of Turkey comes to surface. Kizil means reddish in Turkish and when you start going up Kizildag, which is...
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Pinat
Jun 08, 2009

Discover the provinces of Sivas

Sivas is one of the biggest (in terms of land) cities of Turkey so there are many natural beauties to see when you start driving off the center such as:- Sizir Waterfall of Gemerek (128 km to Sivas...
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Pinat
Jun 05, 2009

Susamislar Konagi

This is a big mansion that belongs to one of the best state artists of Turkey in 1950s: Mr. Semsi Yilmaz Susamis. Mr. Susamis is a Mevlevi, performing the sema*. He started performing his very first...
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Pinat
Jun 05, 2009

Have a Picnic in Pasa Fabrikasi

If you feel like observing the locals and learn about their routines, Pasa Fabrikasi is the place you should go. This is an area where the locals go for picnic at the weekends in summer. There are...
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Pinat
Jun 03, 2009
 
 
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The Curing Fish

The spas in Sivas are called “Chermiks” (hot springs). The Balikli (Fish) Spa is called the Chermik with Fish (Balikli Çermik). The most interesting aspect of the Balikli Spa is that it actually...
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Pinat
Jun 01, 2009

Take a walk around the city

Sivas is such a compact city that you could finish the main attractions (excluding Divrigi, which you have to allot a day) in half a day. So what do you do when you've had your fill of Seljuk...
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Tijavi
Nov 03, 2007

Divrigi's lesser attractions

If you take the 10 AM/5 PM mini-bus schedule to/from Divrigi, you would have plenty of time to walk around the village after visiting the Ulu Cami-Darussifa complex. Agriculture remains the primary...
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Tijavi
Jun 30, 2006

Post Card belongs to Sue and...

Post Card belongs to Sue and Cuneyt Kangal s page a big source for this breed...Very famous from SivasFor more info go to: Kangal Dog's
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yakacik
Aug 24, 2002

sebze pazar,a highly colourful fruits market

colourful and very clean fruit and vegetables market.from hukumet meydani,follow ataturk cad.after 250m,take right on fevzi akmak caddesi.
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Nov 30, 2004

Top Hotels in Sivas

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Istasyon Cad., Sivas, Sivas, 58030, Turkey
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11 Ataturk Caddesi, Sivas, Sivas, 58030, Turkey
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"SIVAS"
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"Sweet Sivas"
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"Decisions that saved Turkish nation from slavery"
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"a seldjoukid town,full of life!"
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"Sivas and Divrigi"
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