Hot Air Balloon Flights Started in Soganli Valley

A hot air balloon flight started in the Soganli Valley in the Yesilhisar district of Kayseri, which is known as the entrance gate of Cappadocia, where historical rock churches and fairy chimneys are located. According to a written statement from the Metropolitan Municipality, Governor Gokmen Cicek and Metropolitan Mayor Memduh Buyukkilic went to the region. participated in the balloon flight. Mayor Buyukkilic and Governor Cicek were accompanied by Yesilhisar Mayor Halit Tasyapan, Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Sukru Dursun and balloon company officials.

Soganlı Valley

Making statements in the balloon, Buyukkilic thanked the Governor of Kayseri Gokmen Cicek for their support. A little later, we will watch the sunrise in the environment in Soganli Valley, where our feet are swept off the ground. We turned our direction to Erciyes Kayseri, now we are in the Soganli Valley, which is a truly wonderful environment. We wish to carry our Soganli to better points, hand in hand and heart to heart. We will work for it,” he said. used his statements.

Soganlı Valley

Governor Cicek stated that they are trying not to leave the untouched place of Kayseri because of the tourism mobilization they started. Explaining that Kayseri is very beautiful not only from the ground but also from the sky, Cicek said, “We want to introduce Kayseri from the sky. The unique valleys right next to Cappadocia. We think this will make a great contribution.

Soganlı Valley

By adding tourism not only to Kayseri but also to Turkey’s tourism. ” Governor Cicek, who thanked Buyukkilic for his work, stated that Sognali Valley will be much more beautiful next summer. On the other hand, Mikael Strandberg, who came from Sweden by bicycle, participated in the balloon flight with his daughters Eva and Dana. Governor Cicek Mikael Strandberg described the Soganli region as “wonderful” upon question.

Soganlı Valley

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