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Several agencies in Cappadocia can help with arrangements. By Car The roads
to Cappadocia from all points west are heavily traveled and in good condition.
The journey from Istanbul takes some 8 hours (the most direct route is on the E-
Cappadocia By Hoof Foot For the fortunate few who are able to take some time in
the region, there are several excellent alternatives to seeing Cappadocia by bus,
car, or dolmus. A thriving industry has blossomed in horse trekking, bicycling ...
If you are staying in central Cappadocia, a large part of Ihlara Valley can be seen
in a single day combined with, say, a trip to the underground city at Derinkuyu.
Bear in mind that Ihlara Valley is some 200 kilometers from the towns of central ...
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