How To Get From Istanbul To Cappadocia
Istanbul and a visit to its historic areas is a fascinating way to understand Turkey and see all the important attractions of the city.
Cappadocia and its famous cave dwellings are unique because of its impressive murals and frescos, stunning countryside, and of course the combination of everything.
Here are the available modes of transport from Istanbul to Cappadocia.
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Bus Ticket From Istanbul To Cappadocia
The distance between Istanbul to Cappadocia is 741 km. If you’re taking the bus, start with the Metro Turizm Bus that leaves the station of Istanbul Bayrampasa and heads straight to Cappadocia Nevsehir bus station. The travel time is 11 hours and 18 minutes. The one way bus fare costs US$30. To know the details, visit: http://www.metroturizm.com.tr/en-default.html
If you prefer to drive; the travel time is eight hours.
Train Ticket From Istanbul To Cappadocia
There is no railway transport service that covers the Istanbul to Cappadocia train route.
Airplane Ticket From Istanbul To Cappadocia
Turkish Airlines offer daily commercial (non-stop) flight service from Istanbul to Cappadocia. The travel time is one hour and 15 minutes at a cost of US$310. However, the landing airport is more preferred at Nevsehir and from here, you can take a 50 minute taxi ride at a cost of US$60 to reach the city of Cappadocia. To get the full details of air transport between these two cities and check out the available schedules or make advance reservations, visit here: http://www.oagaviation.com/
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