About Kaymakli, Nevsehir
Kaymakli, Nevsehir - Address, Ticket Price
Address: 50760 Kaymaklı Belediyesi/Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir
Ticket Price: 30 TRY
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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One of the highlights of Nevsehir, the underground city of Kaymakli is must on every list of things to do in Nevsehir! Set deep into the crust of the earth, this city is a formation eight levels under the ground. However, today, only four levels are open to the public. It is indeed an experience in its own, to go four levels below the surface of the earth. Administratively, it lies in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. It is a result of an excavation that took place in the 19th century, after which it was open for public access in the year 1964. It lies a little outside the city of Nevsehir at about 19-odd kilometers. Definitely a must-visit while in this city!
How To reach Kaymakli by Public Transport
- Rented car or dolmuses
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This is a great attraction to visit on your own. It's a 30 min drive from Goreme, but the underground city is huge and the entire area is open for exploration. We had a lot of fun here as adults and I'm sure it would be even better for kids.
UNESCO world heritage site and well worth a visit. There are some low and narrow sections and you'll need to be sure footed and comfortable in closed spaces. If that's the case the Underground City is a must see if you're in the area.
this is the biggest and the most original underground city of all. u need to buy a ticket for a small amount of money to enter. the tour take almost 45 minutes and its really awesome
This place is amazing! The inside is nice and cool unlike many other locations in Turkey. We went pretty late in the afternoon as well so the merchants were not as prone to harassing as other places. Bathrooms are 1 lira though! Which i feel is something unique to Turkey as well.
It was a new experience for me in these caves.. my first visit.... enjoyed walking down stairs and rooms... kitchen wine cellars dining room... lots of history behind these caves... 1 among the best underground caves to visit in turkey out of other 50 cave options... please dont enter these caves if u are claustrophobic...