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How to get to Hierapolis/Denizli from Nevsehir (Cappadocia)

by FRILLINA

I'm planning my summer vacation but i'm stuck because i can't find any bus company that runs from cappadocia to Denizli and then - and that's the biggest problem- from denizli to bodrum in the nightime...Anyone can help?
Thanks a lot!

Re: How to get to Hierapolis/Denizli from Nevsehir (Cappadocia)

by Jawnuta

when we were in Pamukkale last summer (July'10) I have seen the bus schedule and there were busses to Cappadocia as well as Bodrum.

I took photo of that schedule which I have to find and post in my Pamukkale tips....as soon as I will find a minute.

If you contact the hotel of your choice in Pamukkale they should be able to give you more information.

Re: How to get to Hierapolis/Denizli from Nevsehir (Cappadocia)

by FRILLINA

Thanks a lot for your answer...i cant't wait to see your timetable's picture, it could solve all my problems! thanks again, francesca

Re: How to get to Hierapolis/Denizli from Nevsehir (Cappadocia)

by Jawnuta

you are welcome :-)
I posted it in my PAmukkale transportation tips

Re: How to get to Hierapolis/Denizli from Nevsehir (Cappadocia)

by infinitys

hello

have a look at the following sites specified below;

www.varan.com.tr

www.ulusoy.com.tr

Travel Tips for Pamukkale

snow or cloud or balls of cotton

by Tanechka

Pamukkale is located in the Inner Aegean region at a distance of 20 km from the town of Denizli. This lovely, rapidly developing district in the Menderes valley, which enjoys a temperate climate over the greater part of the year, has all the conditions required for an ideal touristic resort.

Pamukkale general background

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Pamukkale means "cotton castle" in Turkish. It is a natural site and attraction in south-western Turkey. The ancient city of Hierapolis was built on top of the white "castle" which is in total about 2700 meters long and 160m high.

The tectonic movements that took place in the fault depression of the Menderes river basin triggered frequent earthquakes, and gave rise to the emergence of a number of very hot springs. The water from one of these springs, with its large mineral content - chalk in particular - created Pamukkale.

Today Pamukkale is a famous tourist attraction. It is recognized as a World Heritage Sites together with Hierapolis.

Ancient Water pipe

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

I was amused by ancient stone water pipes here in Hierapolis. Never saw such things before.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Hierapolis on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 37° 55' 30.72" N 29° 7' 34.14" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Ancient Water pipe.

The natural wonder of Turkey

by Maria_75

Pamukkale lies 20 km from the town of Denizli, in the Inner Aegean region southwest in Turkey. This is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders of the country.

Over thousands of years a calcium oxide-rich water has been flowing down the hills of Caldag, making the hills look white.

In leveled terraces the thermal spring water, which holds about 33 degrees celsius, has formed natural basins, and it flows into other basins below.

Antique Thermal Pool

by SurfaceTravel

This pool is at the top north entrance of the Pamukkale travertines, at the entrance to Hierapolis. We were there in April, so we didn't see the hords of other bathers that appear in some photos. There were maybe four people including us in the pool, total. It is heated naturally by hot water springs and there are countless old Greek columns in it under the water. In fact, you really have to be careful to avoid banging your shins on them. A marble portico fell into the pool in an earthquake in the 7th century AD, and the bits were never removed.

There are ample clean and decent changing facilities and lockers available. It really is a super cool experience - one of the highlights of our whole trip.

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