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- Address: Goreme, Turkey
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +90-3842713545
- Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Cave, Nature
Dive into the history Turkey has preserved; Goreme is one of them. The Goreme National Park is stretched across a vast area with historic caves and stunning views. The Park made it on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1985. The Fairy chimneys, small caves and rock churches are highlights of the park area. An ideal place to explore natural beauty on foot! However, if hiking is not what you like, you can always rent a bike.
Goreme National Park Travel Tips
- Carry sunscreen and lots of water.
How to Reach Goreme National Park
- Train: Tcdd Train Station Yenifakili Tren Istasyonu Train Station
- Bus: Otobus Duragi Bus Station
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94.45% of people who visit Goreme include Goreme National Park in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
49.21% of people start their Goreme National Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Goreme National Park
90.12% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Goreme National Park
Goreme National Park Reviews & Ratings
The sunset horseback ride was amazing. Up and down narrow passes and trails, open vistas and beautiful rock formations. My wife and I loved it. Her first time on horseback and she had a blast.
It's ok. They charge 18 TL extra to see the dark church. No photos are allowed which is disappointing. Even without flash and there are guards in every church. Hiking the red valley had great stone buildings and the paintings are not repainted. It's free and take all the photos you want :)
The hot air balloon ride was worth getting up at 4 am. The open air museum had third under renovation but was still good to see. About a third was closed for renovation yet full admission was charged
Really interesting place full of history and architecture. The only downside is that there is a bit of walking and climbing involved, which I didn't like, but if you like to see something one of a kind, then it doesn't feel like a lot.
I spend a good week there just walk through different valleys and rocks and hills. Enjoy all...