When you travel to Cappadocia, you can choose from two main airports. Kayseri Erkilet Airport (ASR) is located in Kayseri, and it will take you around 60 minutes (75 km) to get to the centre of the Cappadocia region. You can also choose for Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport (NAV) which is located in Nevsehir. It takes around 45 minutes (30 km) to drive from Nevsehir to Cappadocia.
The fastest and most comfortable way of going to Cappadocia is by plane. When you arrive in Kayseri or Nevsehir you can take an airport shuttle to Cappadocia. Private transfers are also available for a reasonable price, especially if travelling with a group because they don’t charge per person. Another option is taking a taxi to Cappadocia.
Cappadocia is easily accessible by car. From the coastal towns on the Turkish Riviera, it takes 6 hours to get there. When you depart from the North Aegean Coast or Aegean Coast you have to think about 10 hours.
Cappadocia: one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. The area is located right in the middle of Turkey and covers an area of about eight hundred square kilometers. There’s a lot to see and do but the places are quite far from each other. Minibuses travel between the towns throughout the day but there’s limited public transportation in Cappadocia. You don’t want to miss a thing here in Cappadocia because every site is worth a visit. Therefore, the best way to travel in Cappadocia is by renting a car or go on a guided tour.
In Cappadocia, you can find a lot of tours that offer licensed, English speaking guides. You will see Cappadocia’s most important attractions without having to worry about missing out on any major sights. The highlights of Cappadocia are a hot air balloon flight, Goreme open-air museum, Uchisar Castle, the Pigeon and Pasabag Valleys, and the Kaymakli underground city. If you like adventure, then make sure you book a bike, horse or quad excursion.
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