Antalya has no
train service, so
the best choices for making the 586-km
(364-mile) trip are...
Air and Sun Express have nonstop flights between Antalya and Kayseri (ASR) in the summer months. These flights take a little over an hour.
The alternative is to fly on Turkish Airlines or Pegasus
Air via Istanbul, with a flight time of about 3.5 hours or more.
There are flights between Antalya
and Ankara. Then you must take
a bus or drive (4-1/2 hours) from Ankara to Cappadocia. More...
Overnight buses run
between Antalya and Nevşehir,
a 9- or 10- hour journey. From Nevşehir,
you continue to your Cappadocian
town by shuttle
minibus (servis). You might
also decide to take a bus to Konya,
see the sights there, spend the night,
and continue to your destination the
next day. Here's how
to buy bus tickets in Turkey.
The 586-km (364-mile) drive
takes between 8 and 9 hours, depending
on how you drive, how often you stop,
and whether you're going north uphill
to Konya or south down the mountains
It's an interesting ride,
along the ancient Silk
Road past the
Turkish caravanserais to Konya (good
for a meal or overnight stop), then
through mountain country down to the Mediterranean
Remember that rental/hired cars not returned to where you rented them are subject to a return fee, which can be substantial, to get the car back to where it was rented. More...
with one of my recommended
travel agencies for flight
reservations between Antalya and Cappadocia.
to go from the airport in Cappadocia to
town, and your Cappadocia