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Pamukkale, Turkey
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Reviewed yesterday

Went here on a one day trip from Belek in June. The travertines are an astonishing natural phenomenon. The pool is fine as it is, with the ancient columns, clear water and natural surroundings, there's no need to market it with that ridiculous one hour...More

Thank Dragos_IS
Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited the Natural limestone pools at Pamukkale 5 years ago. It was one of the most beautiful sites we had even been to. Exactly how it looks in all the photos, full of water cascading down the hill side. We returned to visit earlier...More

Thank wq9hana
Reviewed 3 days ago

The place was supposed to be one of the highlights of our trip when we saw the pictures online. But we were disappointed with the view. The flow of water is controlled and it did not look like we expected. The increase in footfall of...More

Thank Sudhanva S
Reviewed 4 days ago

You really need to see this wonderful site. The warm water just keeps flowing, where from and where to ????? Superb views of the valleys and mountains.

Thank Liz R
Reviewed 4 days ago

Pamukkale is really a special sight made by powerful nature, and the water and rocks there is outstanding. Remember to wear a slipper and swim suit because there are spring water that you may want to get in. And be cautious that the floor is...More

Thank Jessie Y
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Natural pools are amazing. Beware of the tourist trap which is the so called swimming pool which is crowded, no way to swim, extra charge not worthed, no in out privilege. Spend most of your time in the natural pools which is an experience to...More

Thank AdictedTraveler
Reviewed 6 days ago

Well maintained and easily accessible. We did not take my mom up as it all looked slippery and she is unsteady on her feet. However my family and I enjoyed ourselves very much on the travertines. We walked down and not up which was less...More

Thank Aziza J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This area is perfect for seeing travertine pool, one same area is in iran "badab -e-soort" in iran colourful and in pamukkale is white, privacy and staff in this area is good and you must removing shose, many pools havent water and a little Overcrowded...More

1  Thank Mohammad M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This site is mind blowing! It is astounding what Mother Nature has produced. The park is well maintained and very beautiful so I recommend exploring beyond the thermal pools and meander through the ruins of Hierapolis. There are loads of tranquil spots to sit and...More

1  Thank craigseaman
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

After 3 hours driving finally we arrived Pamukkale. My background picture of pammukkale were limited to those amazing white thermal pools. In fact I expected to see an amazing city which is different from any other places that I have gone, but when we arrived...More

1  Thank sabamia
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Camilla P
hi im going to olu deniz in july does anyone know how far this is from there? i would love to go.
6 June 2017|
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Response from emil k | Reviewed this property |
Hi Camilla, same thing sleep at pamukalle and drive in the morning to Oludeniz. that would be my recomendation as that is what i did .
Wajed I
Hi. I'm travelling to Side Antalya this week. How best is to travel to here and how much in U.K. £'s?
1 May 2017|
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Response from emil k | Reviewed this property |
Also we stayed in Melrose hotel and it was nice; really clean and with breakfast. we stayed only one night and it was 150 liras.
Is there food and drink available to buy and is it far to heirapolis
24 April 2017|
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Response from ÖMER U | Reviewed this property |
yes there is a Restaurant
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