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Derinkuyu Yeralti Sehri

Derinkuyu, Turkey
+90 384 213 42 60
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US$59.93*
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Under Ground City Tour - Half Day
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US$77.91*
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Small Group: Cappadocia Green Full Day City Tour
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US$45.00*
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Derinkuyu Underground City, Narli Gol Ihlara Canyon, Belisirma Village Selime...
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At one time up to 20,000 people lived in this underground city carved 18 storeys deep into the Cappadocia earth. Today, 8 floors of rooms, tunnels and passageways are open for public viewing.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I went there with my family to visit for a few days and I absolutely loved it. It was a breath taking experience and would love to go back for a longer vacation. Locals are awesome and very friendly. It is a beautiful place but...More

Thank Jade D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's worth visiting how far and depth people went to protect their lives from ennemies. Here christians carved out caves to go underground to hide from the romans. They had everything they neede: school, church, kitchen, winery, air vents to bring air and also used...More

Thank Abdel R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

An amazing network of tunnels and premises going as deep as 60 meters and able to accommodate as many as 20 000 inhabitants. The largest underground city in Turkey. You go through the tunnels and passages and can't help but wonder how people lived in...More

Thank Александър Д
Reviewed 29 October 2017

An amazing architecture consisting of stairs cases, narrow tunnels and thin paths which although make the whole exploring activity a little difficult, yet it fascinates people who have interest in history. Without doubt, it is a masterpiece of human creation and can never be appreciated...More

Thank waqarsarwar
Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

Imagine what an ant city would look like... this is it. If you are the least bit claustrophobic or even slightly mobility limited, this attraction is not for you. If you are over 5’6 ‘’, you will be bent over almost continuously, sometimes almost in half....More

Thank 432JamesD
Reviewed 4 October 2017

Great experience, steps, flights of stone stairs, tunnels which are narrow and some which not very high, make this a very interesting place to visit. Large rucksacks are not permitted and you soon realise why. Visitors need to be relatively agile to manage this city....More

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Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

It’s a quite impressive structure, which could accommodate few thousand inhabitants at a time. Not too much description inside, so it’s a good idea to come here with competent guide.

Thank Mr_Nobody_1979
Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

Underground city is our last stop. 30 minutes drive from the hotel. After buying the tickets, rushed inside with our guide Aykut. Four stories city contains kitchen, winery, toilets and narrow passageways from a floor to the other. Fantastic design and great long hole for...More

Thank Abu_Firas_11
Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

This underground city is a hidden gem! Truly beautiful and mindblowing place. Amazing how people managed to make these caves inside a mountain with stables, stone doors, water drains and so on. If you're near by its worth a visit! And if you ain't -...More

Thank Selcuk K
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

Nice place. Especially the kids enjoyed exploring the rooms inside. It does require some physical fitness to climb down and back in crouched position. Tickets are 25TL per adult, children <12 free. Museum card which allows to use many similar facilities at one time lower...More

Thank Waqar S
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KayaToasted
26 July 2015|
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Response from Polymers | Reviewed this property |
In fact the problem deals with the size of the body. In some cases the path is so narrow that it was extremely difficult for me to fit, being 1,93 m tall and weighing 120 kg. Of course there are many steps to climb... More
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Ctan1965
25 March 2015|
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Response from DRodriguezOlivari | Reviewed this property |
i bought from the goreme open air museum - excellent value for money. The Museum Pass allows you to visit the so called “7 Wonders of Cappadocia”. The price of the card is 45 TL (15 Euros) and is valid for three consecutive... More
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MRRJR
17 February 2015|
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Response from Gunshy36 | Reviewed this property |
I posted an answer, but it depends on whether you are free-wheeling, on a personal tour, or a "package tour." We utilized a last-minute tour set up thru our hotel, and it could not have been better! Admission and guide's... More
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