Currency
I have a confession to make.

I expect this Cappadocia Price List will be very helpful to visitors, but I am mainly doing it for me!

Prices change regularly, and I have found that remembering every post that mentions a price so I can keep them updated is too difficult. Therefore, I have created this page so that all the prices are in one place and easily updated.

If there are any prices you need that are not listed, please let me know and I’ll add them if I can.
And if there are any prices that are incorrect, also let me know so I can update them.

CAPPADOCIA PRICE LIST

Prices updated Fall 2015
(Listed in alphabetical order by Category)

HISARS

Prices are for entrance fee to the rock tower.
Uchisar Adults 6.50₺, Students 3.25₺
Ortahisar 3₺

NIGHT SHOWS

Turkish Night – Around 70₺ per person (includes all you can eat and drink and the show) Best to ask your hotel or travel agent and/or go straight to the location and make the reservation yourself.
Whirling Dervish Ceremony – Around 25 euros per person for one hour

OPEN AIR MUSEUMS

Göreme Open Air Museum 30₺ (Dark Church is additional 10₺, Audio Tour is 15₺, Parking 5₺)
—— High Season Hours: 8am – 7pm (ticket booth closes at 6:15pm (April 15 – October 3)
—— Low Season Hours: 8:30 – 5pm (ticket booth closes at 4:15pm)

Zelve Open Air Museum 10₺ + 5₺ for parking
Special Deal 35₺ Zelve and Goreme Open Air Museums

RIDES- BALLOON, MOTORS, ANIMALS, & WATER

ATV/Quad Approximate prices: 1 hour = 80₺, 2 hours = 125₺, 3 hours = 160₺
Bicycle Approximate prices: 1 hour = 6₺, 24 hours = 35₺ (You can rent for any number of hours you like. Prices will be within this range.)
Camel Ride 10₺ (sit on camel for picture for 5₺)
Car Rental – Prices start around 100₺ per day and go up. Gas is not included.
Hot Air Balloon Ride – Advertised prices range from 140-175 euros (Note: I’ll get in trouble for this, but during this really slow season of 2016 prices are reduced significantly so be sure to negotiate.)
Scooter Approximate prices: 1 hour = 30₺, 24 hours = 80₺
Jet Boat – 30 euros per person (minimum of 7 people – this means if you have 6 people are willing to pay an extra 30 euros you can ride)
Gondola – 10 euros per person (minimum of 4 people – This means if you have less than 4 people you must pay 40 euros total if you want to ride)

TRANSPORTATION

Gasoline Around 4-5₺ per liter
Van with Driver Around 300₺
Taxi Rate (The taxis use meters so the price will vary based on where you start and finish. Here are the prices I was given when I asked a taxi driver for approximate rates.)
—— Avanos to Goreme 25₺
—— Avanos to Urgup 35₺
—— Goreme to Urgup 30₺
Public Buses Avanos to Nevsehir 3.5₺ (stops in between are less), Avanos to Urgup 3₺ (stops in between are less)
Airport Shuttle Between 25₺ and 10 euros depending on the company

TOURS

Green Tour 120₺
Red tour 100₺
Blue Tour 120₺
Undiscovered Cappadocia Tour (Heritage Travel) 65 euros (55 euros if paying cash)
——–(Blue Tour is often hard to book, but this tour happens regularly only with Heritage)
Jeep Tour Between 80 and 300 euros depending on the company. Every option is different
Day price for tour guide 310₺ +tax 18%

UNDERGROUND CITIES

Derinkuyu 25₺
Kaymakli 30₺
Özkonak 10₺
Gaziemir Coming Soon
Mazi Coming Soon

VALLEYS & CHURCHES

Ihlara Valley 20₺ Summer 7am-7pm, Winter 8am-5pm
Selime Monastery– use Ihlara ticket for Selime- only need one ticket for both
Cavusin Lower Church (Nicephorus Phocas Church) 8₺
Other churches – I’ll add them as I find them.

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Duke Dillard moved to Turkey with his wife and 6 children in 2007. He got an MBA at Bilkent University in Ankara, where they had their 7th child. After 4 years in Ankara the whole family moved to Cappadocia, and this blog was born. We love Cappadocia and Cappadocians and want to help visitors make the most of their time here. You can connect with Duke on Facebook, follow him on Twitter, and/or link circles on Google+. Click here to read more about Duke and his family.