Capadoccia is one of the more awesome places in Turkey. Capadoccia is the region where you can connect with the nature and yourself in the middle of the incredible views. For this reason a big group of Erasmus people went last week to visit it.
Kapadokya is a historical region in Central Anatolia and is characteristic for the geological formation unique in the world. In 1985 was included for the UNESCO in the list of World Heritage Site. To know more about things to see in Kapadokya visit this link.
During the weekend we slept in one of the Suhan hotels. It had a pool, buffet and very good service. On its websiteare pictures of the different hotels in the chain, and reservations can be made. It is a highly recommended hotel for money. The standard room only costs around 90 lira per night.
The trip was amazing, on the way we stopped in the Lake Tuz, a famous an big lake. In 2001, Lake Tuz was declared zone of high protection, including the full surface of the lake, the surrounding marshes and some important steppe surrounding areas. We stopped to have lunch at Urano’s restaurant, with typical Turkish food. It is a place inside a cave and highly recommended, the waiters are attentive and the food was exquisite. Visit their Urano’s Facebook page:
In addition, we celebrate a Turkish Night in a good restaurant, where we ate typical food and we saw typical dances. The restaurant is called Harmandali Restaurant, is inside a cave too, and is so nice eat different Turkish food and drink Raki while you can see different kinds of Turkish performance. Here is Harmandalı’s Facebook, and you can see the opinions of the people and their phone number.
- First stop, İstanbul
- Typical Saturday in Ankara