From the unusual natural scenery to its rock-hewn churches and frescos, discovering all of Cappadocia is like wanting to eat one whole Enchilada with just a bite. You will not get to discover all its different flavors and you will probably end up having a stomach ache.

Seek to experience Cappadocia as if it were your own Enchilada to eat, enjoying piece by piece. Even if you don’t finish it all, the taste will last for a lifetime. Let’s have a look at the best things to do in Cappadocia, Turkey!

Göreme Open Air Museum Rock Cut Churches

The Goreme Open Air Museum is a complex of churches cut into volcanic rock during the Middle Ages and decorated with frescoes. 

A Walk Around the Goreme Valleys

You can either hike, mountain bike, horse ride or scooter through the valleys from Göreme that naturally exhibit the different rock formations that are particular to this place: mushrooms, columns and cones 

Çavuşin Village & The Church of St John the Baptist

Çavuşin is a small village and one of the oldest settlements in Cappadocia. It’s known for the 5th Century Church of St John the Baptist, the oldest and largest in Cappadocia. 

Derinkuyu: An ancient Underground Cave

Derinkuyu is an ancient underground city that was discovered accidentally by a local renovating his house in 1963. Can you imagine? 

Balloon Ride in Cappadocia

There are hundreds of hot air balloons that take flight at once, filling the skies one after the other. There is nothing else quite like it.