Tag: Cappadocia

Stone Cold Cool: Kayakapi Premium Caves

The sun climbs into the sky and shines down on the village of Ürgüp in Cappadocia. The narrow roads mapped through the ochre terrain wind uphill towards what is, perhaps, one of the first settlement zones in Cappadocia: the historical site of the Kayakapi neighbourhood. Referred to as the ‘landowner’s neighbourhood’ by the locals, the site is currently being restored […]

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Inside Cappadocia’s Luxe Museum Hotel

Cappadocia takes its name from the Persian word ‘Katpatuka,’ meaning the ‘Land of Beautiful Horses.’ Shaped by volcanic eruptions from millions of years ago, and blanketed by ash, the landscape is dotted with mushrooms, cones and rock pillars. Many things in Cappadocia are ancient: primarily the ant hill-like ‘fairy chimneys’ and the cave cities. So, when it comes to holidaying […]

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