HOW TO GET FROM ISTANBUL TO CAPPADOCIA

How to get Cappadocia? How to travel from Istanbul to Cappadocia?

One of the cheapies ways to go to Cappadocia is travelling by bus. There are many buses going to Cappadocia from any city in Turkey. we assume you are coming from Istanbul, which is the most popular and the biggest tourist attraction in Turkey. If you are travelling from Istanbul to Cappadocia, Suha Turizm, Metro Turizm and Nevsehirliler Seyahat are the most popular bus companies.  You can take an overnight bus to Cappadocia from Istanbul about 120 Turkish Liras. Your bus journey from Istanbul to Cappadocia takes about 10 hours very comfortable trip. Usually, all these buses going very close to your hotel in Cappadocia

Flying from Istanbul easiest and fastest way to travel to Cappadocia. You can fly to Nevsehir or Kayseri airport, then take an airport transfer to your hotel. You have to remember Nevsehir airport is the closest airport to all the Cappadocia attractions but Kayseri is a bigger airport.

Istanbul to Cappadocia via Nevsehir

Goreme Cappadocia

During the summer season, Turkish Airlines has roundtrip to Nevsehir from Istanbul, Antalya and Izmir every day. There are other domestic airlines you can fly depends on your travel dates. The flight from Istanbul to Nevsehir is only one hour 25 minutes. Nevsehir Airport ( or as known Cappadocia Airport ) where you will be landing is 30 km from city center. There is no bus service by the city from the airport, Turkish Airlines and Anadolu Jet have transportation for their customer for only 20 Turkish Lira. Pegasus which is one of the domestic airline does not have this service.

Istanbul to Cappadocia via Kayseri

From Istanbul, Antalya and Izmir Turkish Airlines, Onur Air, Pegasus, Sun Express, Atlas Jet, And Anadolu Jet can be chosen to fly to Kayseri. Between Istanbul and Kayseri you can find daily flights operated by Turkish Airlines, Onur Air, Pegasus. There is only Sun Express flights from Izmir to Kayseri.
Kayseri takes 52 minutes from Istanbul by air. Did you know you can fly from Europe and Northern Cyprus to Kayseri Airport? Such as an easy way to connect with the Cappadocia from Europe.

What is the cost?

The cost of the ticket changes based on the season, it can start from as low as 100 Turkish Liras up to 450 Turkish Liras.
For the Transfers from Kayseri or Nevsehir Airport, please check with your hotel if they provide transportation or chose a hotel that provides transportation.

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Istanbul Turkey

Bosphorus Cruise

Your holiday in Istanbul does not finish yet if you haven’t done Bosphorus cruise. Not just gives it a pleasant outline of the city, both the European and Asian shores of the acclaimed conduit have a great deal to offer – exceptionally old royal residences and manors aplenty.

There are a few travels you can take: a short one (to the second suspension connect and back), along one (the distance to the Black Sea and back), and also summertime, you can watch the sun coming down and set slowly.

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

Istanbul

This unbelievable church-turned-mosque-turned-exhibition hall is among the world’s most prominent structural accomplishments. Following quite a while of reclamation works, the Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya) is at last platform free, empowering you to retain its magnificence as it was intended to be.

Remaining amidst the stunning open nave under the 43-meter wide vault 65 meters over your head challenges conviction – and material science so far as that is concerned. Move up the winding slope to get to the exhibition and look at the wonderful Byzantine mosaics, including Christ flanked by Emperor Constantine IX and his significant other Empress Zoe.

Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Palace (Topkapi Sarayı) is legitimately a sight you can’t stand to miss while in Istanbul. This complex of booths and structures contained by four rich green yards is the place ages of sultans had their key home for 50 years.

Top attractions at Topkapi Palace are the Harem, a decorated ‘enclosure’ of the sultan’s ladies, the treasury putting away the royal gems (containing the popular Topkapi knife), and the weapon’s room boosting the Ottoman’s fine craftsmanship notwithstanding when it came to making swords and bows.

Grand Bazaar

Grand Bazaar

Deal chasing at Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar. More than 500 years of age, yet one of the biggest canvassed bazaars on the planet. Its 60 boulevards contain no under 5000 shops, 60 eateries, 18 wellsprings, 12 mosques, and even a school.

This isn’t a vacationer trap as some claim. Local people shop here consistently, however, chances are they’re preferred at dealing over you are. The bazaar is extremely well known for its rugs, leather, pottery, trinkets and gems.

Visit Local Markets

Turkey’s kitchen is among the wealthiest of all, mixing kinds of various societies. Every one of these dishes is made with new deliver, stuff you also can purchase directly by going to neighbourhood showcases in Istanbul. These town markets (Pazar) can look overpowering at in the first place, however, be guaranteed that you’ll get a warm welcome by stallholders. Correspondence might be troublesome, however, the experience is inestimable.

Visit Turkish Hamam

There is nothing preferable to revive your body over getting cleaned in a hamam. Simply picture this in the wake of a prolonged day of strolling: wearing only a cotton fabric, first in a hot room laying on hot marble, tuning in to the echoes of running water. At that point, an energetic sudsy body clean, trailed by a sultan’s back rub until the point when your skin is smooth and delicate.

Street Food

Food at street one of the most important part of life in Istanbul. You can’t stroll for over a kilometre without running over at least one road sellers and many small shops. Borek, kebap, doner is the most popular snack on these streets

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