Nevşehir is a historical and touristic city located in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. Located in the Cappadocia region, Nevşehir is famous for its unique natural beauties, historical riches and fairy chimneys.
The most distinctive feature of Nevşehir is that it is located in the Cappadocia region. Cappadocia is famous for its unique rock formations, underground cities, underground churches and historical cave houses. These cave houses have been used by locals throughout history and have become tourist sites over time. Tourists can find accommodation in these cave houses and experience the mystical atmosphere of the region.
One of the most famous tourist attractions in Nevşehir is Göreme Open Air Museum. This museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, consists of a series of churches and monastery complexes. Wall paintings in churches are valuable works of art from the Byzantine period. In addition, nature walks in the fairy chimneys and valleys around the museum are among the popular activities for visitors.
Another important tourist attraction of Nevşehir is Kaymaklı Underground City. Kaymaklı is an underground city that dates back to the Roman period and has 8 floors. This underground city consists of different rooms such as narrow passages, tunnels, warehouses and churches. Visitors have the opportunity to trace the past by exploring Kaymaklı Underground City.