Turkey’s popularity in health tourism has increased rapidly in recent years and this has not escaped from the attention of tourists who came Turkey for Cappadocia.
Tourists who come here for holiday, benefit from the health services required for them in Istanbul , especially in the field of hair transplantation, obesity, aesthetics and dental health. Because price, quality, technical conditions, waiting time and possibilities are better than the level of European countries.
Within these clinics and hospitals, Aslı Tarcan Clinic provides health services, high-tech equipment as well as English, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic interpreters. This ensures good communication with patients. Also all transfers with luxury vehicles among hotel-clinic-airport are offered by Aslı Tarcan Clinic at no extra cost.
Cappadocia which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its natural, historical and cultural richness, continues to attract visitors from around the world.
Cappadocia is famous for its fairy chimneys, rock-carved historical monasteries, valleys and boutique hotels. Tourists prefer Cappadocia to see the unique beauties of the region where ATV motor and hot air balloon tours are organized.
Cappadocia is a region that usually shapes around Nevşehir, Kayseri, Kırşehir, Aksaray and Niğde. The adventure that began with fulmination millions of years ago while Erciyes mountain, Hasandağ and Göllüdağ were active volcanoes in the geological periods in Cappadocia region, continues today with the effort to shape of the wind and rainwater. Interesting formations called ‘Fairy Chimney’ have emerged when flood waters and winds eroded the structure of tuffs. Apart from the fairy chimneys, interesting curves formed by rainwater on the valley slopes add a special feature to the region. The color harmony which is seen on some slopes is due to the temperature difference of the lava layers.
Cappadocia, a very important place for Christianity, was home to people who had to hide in the early years of Christianity. Christians who carved the tuffs and built houses easily, lived their religion freely and ensured their safety.
Cappadocia, one of Turkey’s major tourism centers, was visited by 2,924,542 local and foreign tourists in 2018. In 2019, this number is estimated to reach 4 millions.