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Urgub

Urgub (Turkey)

Practical information about Urgub

  • Family
  • Relaxation
  • Encounters with locals
  • Romantic
  • Viewpoint
  • Hiking / Trekking
  • Mountain
  • Horse
  • Caves
  • Place or Religious Monument
  • Festivals
  • Archaeological Site
  • Music
  • Museums
  • Castle and fortress
  • Handicraft
  • Place or Historical Monument
  • Unesco World Heritage
4 / 5 - 2 reviews
How to get there
22km by road from Nevsehir
When to go
From March to January
Minimum stay
One day

Reviews of Urgub

Timothée D. Travel writer
285 travel articles

The most exclusive destination in Cappadocia, Urgup is a pretty, modern, troglodytic village which is devoted to luxury tourism.

My suggestion:
Whilst you are in Urgup in Cappadocia, try the excellent local wine, which you can often get straight from the producers.
Summary:
If you're looking for a destination that marries the feeling of a traditional Cappadocian village to a more modern town life, with luxury hotels, stores, gastronomic restaurants, and other night life, then I advise you to stay in Urgup during your stay in Cappadocia. If you prefer a more traditional and authentic place, then pass it by.
The old town of Urgup
Travel writer
25 travel articles

Ürgüp is a little tourist village in Cappadocia, Turkey. There are lots of troglodyte hotels and restaurants, all of which can cater for groups of tourists.

My suggestion:
If you don't mind heights and want to get a stunning, panoramic view, you can take a hot air balloon tour!
Summary:
I spent a day and night in this little village - the perfect place from which to explore Cappadocia. After spending a day exploring surrounding troglodyte churches and fairy chimneys, Ürgüp is a great place to relax and unwind. I even paid a visit to the local Turkish baths - what better way to ease your muscles after hiking through this strange, compelling landscape?
Ürgüp