We stopped at this caravanserai for about an hour one afternoon during our cycling tour of Cappadocia. I'm not sure if there was an entrance fee in the daytime as there were no whirling dervishes putting on a show. In fact the place was empty while we were there.
But it is certainly fascinating both from the cultural, historic and architectural aspects and gives one a good idea of how things operated on the silk road during the 12-14th centuries. It is truly a beautiful building and I would certainly recommend a visit for anyone touring this area.
My only regret is that I didn't get to see a few minutes of whirling dervishes. On the other hand we did get to see the place during daytime which I believe adds to the visual impact.
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