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Central Anatolia

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Middle East : Turkey : Central Anatolia
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Central Anatolia is a region of Turkey.

Provinces

  • Aksaray Province
  • Ankara Province
  • Çankiri Province
  • Eskişehir Province
  • Karaman Province
  • Kayseri Province
  • Kirikkale Province
  • Kırşehir Province
  • Konya Province
  • Nevşehir Province
  • Niğde Province
  • Sivas Province
  • Yozgat Province

Cities

Other destinations

  • Cappadocia - a land of "fairy chimneys" and underground cities.

How to explore Cappadocia best: Have a good book about sights and history. You can either hire a car or scooter as all the must seen places other than underground cities are within 15 km. radius. Take a guided tour either private or regular with other people. But you can still keep a day on own to explore the region by yourself.

Explore the region with a professional guide while an organized tour by a travel agency. Get all the stories first hand, flexible according to your needs and phisical conditions. You do not have to do the study but someone else is doing it for you. Tailormade itienraries caterd to your expectation by boutique travel agency, Travel Atelier by Propertravel. Alternativel Propertravel will offer you travel consulting only so you can achieve the goal of exploring the must seen places on own. www.travelatelier.com

Allow yourself at least 3 or more full days at Cappadocia.

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Itineraries

İç Anadolu Bölgesinde Aksaray ili sınrları içerisinde bulunan Ihlara Vadisi içindeki birçok tarihi kilise ile tristlerin dikkatini çekmektedir.

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