Three days in Cappadocia trekking and hiking through out of the world landscapes, visiting open air museums, underground cities and enjoying everything there.
After 5 hours of bus we got there. First impression of Göreme is that it is a village fully prepared for tourists. Plenty of souvenir shops, bars, restaurants, etc. Anyway, it is set in the middle of Cappadocia surrounded by amazing karstic landscapes and it gives it an air of totally out of the world place.
To go back to Göreme a really nice guy gave us a ride for free, which was quite appreciated because otherwise we had to wait one hour for the bus. Back in Göreme, time for beer and narghile (Turkish water pipe), sleep a bit in the cave, some food and to bed.
Back to bed till 9, breakfast and next trekking was waiting for us. This time we headed for pigeon valley, one of the most famous valleys up here, but honestly quite disappointing. Compared to other valleys it doesn't have anything special. You walk through it for an hour or so until you get to the village of Uçhisar.
All in all, the visit to Cappadpcia was a really enjoyable experience and we could witness a totally out of the world landscape. Although everything here is focused to tourism, unlike in other places you don't feel any hassle, people are nice and lanscapes are impressive.
Don't forget to check out all of the Cappadocia pictures!
See you on the road!