Tourism in Cappadocia – In just 8 months, Cappadocia, which is recognised as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, smashed its previous record for visitors, much to the industry’s delight. The number of visitors to the museums and places in Cappadocia, which stands out for its natural, historical, and cultural treasures, during the first eight months of the year is the “golden year” 2 million 545 thousand people had visited Cappadocia as tourists as of 33 days before the pandemic. Cappadocia is a popular tourist destination because of its fairy chimneys, natural rock formations in the valleys, ancient monasteries cut into the rocks, cave hotels, hot air balloon flights, and a variety of other attractions.
Specialists in the tourism sector were delighted with the region’s visitor numbers over the same time period this year, which increased by 98 percent when compared to the January-August time period of last year and reached 2 million 545 thousand 33. According to Talip Aldemir, Chairman of the Cappadocia Regional Representative Board for the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (AA).
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“2019 is breaking records,” Aldemir continued, noting that they had a prosperous tourism season and anticipated more intense procedures in 2023 and 2024 as a result of the expanding market range. We expected more visitors in 2020. Sadly, the epidemic also had an effect on Cappadocia. Statistics show that in terms of tourists, we lagged behind 2019 in 2022, just like the rest of the world.
We anticipate having Japanese tourists in Cappadocia the following year in terms of tourism in Cappadocia. If there is a pandemic elsewhere, it is alright. We anticipate seeing an increase in visitors from the Balkans, South America, Europe, and the Far East. It differs from other tourist sites due to its natural forms. Each one of them has stunning beaches. Ruins are present. The organic structure Despite having been home to several civilizations in many different parts of the world, Cappadocia is one of the most unusual sites in the world that has housed numerous civilizations.
According to Muzaffer Büyükbaş, the owner of the company that provides domestic and international tourists with travel agency services, travel has increased since the Kovid-19 measures were put into place two years ago, and Cappadocia is one of the most important tourist destinations in the entire world. It’s almost time to say goodbye to this year.