Airports in Cappadocia
The town of Göreme is the historic hub of the region and the starting point for the most trips, as well as Uçhisar.
So, if you want to come to Cappadocia by plane, unfortunately, there is no airport in the center of the region. Turkish Airlines operates daily reciprocal flights from Istanbul, Antalya, and Izmir to Nevşehir during the summer season. You can reach the region via the neighbouring cities of Kayseri and Nevşehir to provide transportation by air.
After getting off in Nevşehir, you can reach Göreme or Uçhisar after an approximate 35–40-minute drive.
You can also choose a taxi if you wish. At the same time, from both airports, it’s possible to reach Göreme-Uçhisar-Ürgüp and Avanos, which are at the center of the Cappadocia region via Havaş.
Buses in Cappadocia
There are many bus companies that will take you to Nevşehir from Istanbul. The Cappadocia region is fairly close after landing at Nevşehir Bus Terminal.
In addition, some certain hotels provide transport services. The bus ride from Istanbul to Cappadocia takes roughly ten hours.
Depending on when you buy the bus ticket, the costs range between 200 and 300 Turkish Liras.