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Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

I travelled to Pamukkale on my birthday this year whilst on holiday in Kusadasi. The place is a marvel and a must see in this lifetime. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to use the pool facilities (Cleopatra’s legendary water) however I enjoyed seeing my friends how happy they were whilst bathing there. Loved the trip. It was time well spent!

1  Thank Delia R
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Reviewed March 31, 2018

Come here in the morning where it's less crowded. Get wet and dip your feet in! Be careful when walking as it is slippery .

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Reviewed March 29, 2018 via mobile

We went in March early morning so the start of the walk up was quit cold on your bare feet. It wasn't slippery or sharp. By the time you get closer to the top the water is warmer. It's hard to get a good photo with all the posers and selfys going on.

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Reviewed March 29, 2018 via mobile

The pool is nice and the hot spring is fantastic. You are not allow to wear shoes in this area. Great view and great place for photo shoot!

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Reviewed March 28, 2018 via mobile

Nice place to let down your hair and relax but do be careful when stepping into the pool. The depth is deceptive and the bottom could be slippery and rocky. I nearly fell a few times and I saw a tourist tripped and sprained his foot - no fun being drenched in the early spring without any spare dry clothes. The water was warm and slightly milky, great for walking bare footed. At the edge of the big pool, there was a man-made trough through which warm water was gushing.

There were buggies for hire but the distance from the ticketing booth to the hotspring is not far. The walk was not difficult as nearer the hotspring there are raised wooden walkways. Plenty of benches and tables for picnic. Visitors should bring a towel or some paper tissues to dry your feet and/or wipe off the sand.

The sky was clear and walking back from the pool I could see a few hot air balloons floating by and could hear their gas burners even though the balloons were not that near. Beside the entrance there are a few shops selling refreshments and souvenirs. Absolutely loved this place.

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