Pachabe :You can see the highest elf chimney in Cappadochia, and the largest number of rock pillars. They are special karsts made of slowly weathered rocks, which are said to be the most like the surface of the moon. People all over the world yearn for a miracle to see.
You can also try a Turkish ice cream here. The friendly shopkeeper gave me one, buy one, get one, get one, three lira. There are no accommodations around, but there are some souvenir shops. You can ride a camel, a fellow group member, a family for a little girl. The price is 50-100, depending on whether it's a child or an adult. It takes three minutes to circle, but the camel tastes great. I didn't go to the top like other tourists to overlook the landscape below, because it was very high and dangerous to climb. There are no tickets here, but they are usually chartered cars coming here to negotiate the price with the driver and the time to play in the scenic spots.
In fact, it was just looking at the fairy chimney. It took me half a day to figure it out when I made the strategy. It belongs to a scenic spot of the Red Line. The beautiful scenery formed by nature is free of charge. Apart from the Gramey Open-air Museum, all the other natural landscapes are free of charge.
There are all kinds of fairy chimneys on the tall side, and many of them can enter the inner part of the fairy chimney. There are churches and living rooms. Miracles, geographical miracles, miracles of human wisdom. Personally, I think it's more interesting than the open-air museum. It has a wider view and fewer people. But the Open-air Museum has more cultural landscapes.