Aksaray is situated 120 miles (193 kilometers) southeast of Ankara, the country's capital.
To discover why so many tourists go for Anatolian Plateau as a holiday destination, make sure you spend a bit more time in the wider area. Guzelyurt and Narkoy are two more places worth checking out while you're in Anatolian Plateau.
Around 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the southeast of Aksaray is Nigde, an important regional city and the home of Melle Dostluk Park, Nigde Museum and Maresal Fevzi Cakmak Park. Be sure not to head back to Aksaray until you've visited Nigde's Nigde Stadium, Nigde University and Gumusler Monastery.
Holy places are the best doorways into a community's big beating heart. The mosques around Aksaray are certainly no exception. When the sun is shining, why not hit the road and check out Anatolian Plateau's open-air museums?.
Journeying to unknown destinations sometimes brings out the daredevil in people. If you're up for some high-altitude thrills, have a go at hot air ballooning. A great way to explore the wild landscapes in Anatolian Plateau is to join for a quad biking or horse riding tour.
When the time comes to leave Anatolian Plateau, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Hoşçakal" Rest assured, however, you'll be leaving with special memories and momentos that you'll have for years to come.