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Small-Group Pamukkale Day Trip from Kusadasi: Travertines and Hierapolis
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Pamukkale, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The travertine pools are the main attraction. Pamukkale means cotton castle in Turkish and it is an appropriate name. The travertines are beautiful on a sunny day. The ruins of Hierapolis are in the same location. The Roman theater is amazing as are some of...More

Thank KMandKWM
Reviewed 1 week ago

To get here... it was a wonderful drive... they charge TL 35 per person. We did hire the mini scooter inside for TL60 for 2 hours, since we were a bit pressed on time... This sure did come in handy... Food stuff is definitely a...More

Thank urajay
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its a very nice salt mountain, of calcium carbonate, with many natural pools, fed by a hot water spring at the top. Most of the pools in the way available for the turists are obviously not natural, they are too perfectly shaped, all of the...More

Thank RicardoLanna
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is easy to see why the Romans built a town here. The warm natural springs provided the water for the baths. The water is still flowing today. One can bathe in the same baths today, although the huge pillars have fallen into the water...More

Thank Varty_10
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went with a bus tour from Antalya. The tour itself was badly done visiting leather factory and a wine maker plos several restaurants only one of which was paid for by the tour. Starting at 05.30 in Beldibi we did not begin our tour...More

Thank hedleyk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of best places to visit in Turkey, rich history tour and rare thermal bath for the whole family enjoyment. It is hot during the sunny day summer, but worth the trip.

Thank HFikri
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You could spend hours just wandering around looking at the 2BC ruins, they are stunning . Although a unesco world heritage site there are very few restrictions on where you can walk and you can see everything . You get a real sense of the...More

Thank Dawnes7560
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is an excellent trip to do to see the beautiful amphitheatre of Heirapolis and the Pamukkale White Travertine terraces, this is absolutely stunning.We travelled with Tour Altinkum travel for this tour and the Kusadasi boat trip, both of which where excellent, the guide we...More

Thank wayne w
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

I've written a separate review on the Pamukkale thermal pools since I believe it warrants it. But the adjoining ancient city of Hieropolis is definitely an incredible place which inspires you to think about how it was when it was occupied all those years ago....More

Thank wendyjwinnard
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Very informative from start to finish. It was great to see the historical background of turkey in such a positive way.

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Farah R
13 September 2017|
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Response from myra214 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. how many of you going ? to reach Pamukkale you going by bus or plane ? if you reach Denizli bus stop , just ask around or go to ground floor where mini van will signboard at front screen written pamukkale. Cost is 3... More
12 August 2017|
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Response from Ahmet A | Reviewed this property |
You can park your car at the entrance of south gate. Yes, you can eat something in Cleopatra swimming pool...
Minke M
8 January 2016|
Response from gül k | Reviewed this property |
hi you can visit by yourself or groups.if you want to swim in natural pool you can get your swimsuit and towel.you can take photos eat something in museum cafe visit historical and antic place near the pamukkale traverten... More
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