Traverten Hotel

Kale mh. Zakkum Sk. No:3, Pamukkale, Turkey
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Overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme?

by silvery7

Hi everyone,

I'm in need of information on the Pamukkale->Goreme route. Is there a bus company operating overnight trips? Or possibly from Denizli? Do they have the trips every day? I looked at a few places and couldn't find information on this. I'll be leaving Pamukkale on a Tuesday-if that's of relevance.


Re: Overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme?

by Tdiver

Yes normally overnight. If you can't find in Pamukkale then dolmus every half to Denizli where you will find 1.Should be several each day. I'm sure Nevsehir buses will do it but they don't have e web site i could find.

Re: Overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme?


Hey there ,
From Denizli to Cappadocia departure at 19:00 pm arrival at 07:00 am 35 ytl per person
Company : Metro Turizm

enjoy Cappadocia :)

Re: Overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme?

by Tdiver

From the previous answer
Sorry the menu is still in Turkish but pick from drop down list.

Re: Overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme?

by AlperIst

Don't worry, you will just go to bus terminal in Denizli, and find several buses regularly :)

Enjoy Turkey.

Re: Overnight bus from Pamukkale to Goreme?

by silvery7

Thanks everyone!!

Travel Tips for Pamukkale

The pools

by SirRichard

The white pools of Pamukkale give its name to the place (Cotton Palace in turk).
The site is made up of mineral forests, petrified waterfalls and a series of terraced basins (10-20 centimetres deep) in which you can lie under the sun, as the water falls on you from the waterfall. More info at

Tezcan Onyx Workshop

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

We were brought by our guide to an Onyx workshop with an excursion which was very interesting.
Business Type : Wholesaler
Main Products : onyx
Number of Employees : 50-100
Annual Revenue (USD) : 100,000 - 1,000,000
Target Market : India

You can watch my 2 min 43 sec Video clip Pamukkale Onyx Workshop with Emre Altus – Gel Gel – Turkish pop music.


by miman

Hierapolis ("Holy city") was the ancient city on top of the famous Pamukkale hot springs.
This place, which is listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is not to be confused with another ancient city of that name in eastern Turkey, Hierapolis Bambyce or Mabug.
As the hot springs of Pamukkale were used as a spa since the 2nd century B.C., people came to sooth their ailings here. Many of them retired and died here. The large cemetery area covered with many sarcophagus is thus known as a Necropolis.
In the year 17 A.D. an earthquake destroyed the city, which was rebuilt. In the year 1534, another earthquake destroyed the remains of the ancient city. After the large white limestone formations of the hot springs became famous in the 20th century as the tourist attraction Cotton Castle (Pamukkale), the ancient city was rediscovered, but also partially destroyed by hotels that were built there. These buildings were removed again in recent years. The hot water pool of one hotel was retained, and, for a fee, it is possible to swim amongst ancient stone remains.
Until recently, Italian scientists worked on the excavation and restoration of the site. For example, large columns along the main street near the gate named after Domitian that were toppled by the earthquakes were erected again.

cleopatra's bath

by ettenaj

Fabulous pool with warm spa waters running into it, find an input vent and sit under it...........heaven, the warm waters really soothe the entire boby, just one thing to be careful of is the building remains that are still in the waters, you can hurt yourself if not really careful.

See the travertines at sunset

by mikelisaanna

The travertines are bright white during the day, but take on a pink hue at sunset. We were there at the end of the day and joined the many people photographing the sunset over the travertines. It is a pretty view and one worth hanging around to see.


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