Cappadocia interesting places to take pictures
Cappadocia is one of the rare and rarely seen by everyone. Cappadocia as the mysterious underground city. Cappadocia Rich in history going back to Hittite times (4000 years) and was once the province of the Roman Empire, Cappadocia is now broad area of central Turkey which lies between Aksaray in the west, Kayseri to the east and Nigde in the south. Modern Cappadocia is an extraordinary place, criss-crossed by valleys and dotted with dramatic rock formations. Cappadocia region is easily accessible from all parts of Turkey. Once here you can easily and comfortably explore all the hidden gems that highlight this area is known. So far the best introduction to Cappadocia which floated gently over undulating landscape in a hot air balloon. Known worldwide as one of the best places to fly a hot air balloon, you’ll glide just above the garden, between the chimney of the famous rock formations and fairy up and over the rippled brink. Or, saddle and travel as the first European explorers and the Scythian nomads on horseback through the streets a lot and valleys. Valleys and villages of Cappadocia is also easy to explore on foot. We offer several guided hiking tour as well as daily tours (individual and group) to see the highlights of this region.
Tourism in Cappadocia and the local people call the strange conical rock that surrounds them Kales, or ‘palace’. Currently amazing structures are usually called peribacalari, or ‘fairy chimneys’. They come in a variety of unusual shapes and sizes but most are high and the phallic-shaped stone with a hard hat that protects the soft rock beneath it from erosion. Finally, this cap falls, where the wind and the rain began to whittle away the cone until it too collapsed. There are many interesting things in Cappadocia, so much to see in Cappadocia that you could spend a lifetime here and still find new places. The main ‘must see’ attractions are two large open-air museum and the best of the underground city. However, there are also many small, all-but-forgotten rock-cut churches and monasteries, beautiful hiking trails, spectacular caravanserais some dramatic rock formations worth going out of your way to visit.