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Pamukkale Day Trip from Istanbul Including Flights
"You will be picked up from your Sultanahmet or Taksim Hotel at approximately 5.00am and Transferred to Ataturk domestic airport for your flight to Denizli (approximately 1 hour flying time).On arrival in Denizli you will be met by our driver and now a UNESCo World Heritage site as well as Pamukkale's famous white travertines (calcium pools) have been used as a spa since the 2nd century BCE with people travelling great distances to soothe their ailments or retire here.The impressive Necropolis the largest graveyard in the ancient world with over 1200 tombs attests to the importance of Hierapolis in ancient times.Your Pamukkale day tour begins with a visit to the red springs in the nearby village of Karahayit. We then enter Hierapolis from the North Gate visiting the Necropolis
From EUR321.00
 
Ephesus Region to Fethiye Including a Pamukkale Tour
Pamukkale and Fethiye From Kusadasi ""Kusadasi and Selcuk to Pamukkale This one day full tour will take the hassle out of all the public buses you would have to get in order to see the Cotton Cliffs of Turkey - Pamukkale. You will be collected from your accommodation in Selcuk or Kusa get that magical shot. Nearby Pamukkale is the Ancient City of Hierapolis. This City was built by the Romans thousands of years ago as a spa retreat and a place for people to come to heal their ailments in the highly rich mineral water. The Roman said to the steepest in the ancient world as well as temples and the impressive Necropolis. Pamukkale to Fethiye / OludenizAt the conclusion of your day you will be taken onto Fethiye and dropped off to your accommodation.""""The Selcuk to Pamukkale to Fethiye Day Tour is the best way to see one of the most popular tourist sites in all of Turkey
From EUR65.00
 
Pamukkale Day Tour From Fethiye
"The day tour to Pamukkale from Fethiye is the most perfect way to spend a day. You will get to visit the Cotton Castle Pamukkale and also the Ancient City of Hierapolis all in one day with a return bus ride back to Fethiye as the day concludes. This tour runs every day in peak summer months and is a convenient door to door service. You will be picked up from your you will be served a delicious lunch before starting your tour led by our professional local guides. Pamukkale are spectacular white terraces that give you the impression of a cascading frozen waterfall. This amazing site has developed over thousands of years by the rich minerals in the water forming what yo these ruins used to be a very important Roman town where people would come to cure the ailments in the water which they believed to have special healing powers. Many people chose Heirapolis to make the most of the healing waters of Pamukkale to come to heal their ailments or see out the last of their years. The ruins are impressive and you will get to visit the Necropolis as well as the impressive amphitheater. On the conclusion of your day in Pamukkale you will be taken back to Feth
From EUR55.00

More Tourist Traps in Pamukkale

Mustafa hotel/hostel, beware!

This place is located here:Kale Mahallesi Ataturk caddesi no 20, PamukkaleThis is not a hotel, more like a hostel. I will tell you my experience, there are many tourist traps in Turkey, hostels are...
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travelnut71
Apr 04, 2011

new turkish liras

Since 01/01/2006 the the new turkish lira (YTL) is being used and the old turkish lira is no longer valid. So while you are shopping, keep that in mind. 6 zeros (000000) were deleted from the new...
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buraque
Mar 14, 2006

Most springs in are not for bathing

A lot of people go to Pamukale to see the white mountains and their springs. And most of you want to take a bath in one of them. Although you could do that in the past, you can't do it anymore. You...
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Imaniac
Oct 29, 2003

Cleopatra pools

A lot of advertising attract you to the so-called "Cleopatra pools". It is absolutely worthless thing. First, it has no any relation to Cleopatra. Second, there is a lot of stone debris in the pool...
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Pablos_new
Jun 03, 2003
 
 
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Travertines

This is both a tourist destination and a place of supposed healing, so there are lots of people. Everyone is quite pleasant, though there is an interesting mix of more -and less- reserved dress...
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Hierapolis Archaeological Site

The ancient site of Hierapolis (190 BC - AD 1334) is just above the travertines. The ruins were fairly sparse but it was a good walk through wide open fields, there were some good photo opportunities,...
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Cleopatra’s Antique Pool

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....
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Hierapolis Ancient Theater

This is quite grand. At the bottom are statues of Apollo & Artemis. You can just about make out the amphitheatre, at the rear right, as you arrive at the top of the travertines. It is certainly a...
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Hierapolis St. Philippe's Martyrium

Legend has it that the Apostle Philip was stoned to death here in the 1st C AD on this hill across from the theater. In his memory, an octagonal building was erected surrounding the site of his...
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Pamukkale Village

Pammukale Village is a typical touirst village, offering acommodations and cafes. However, it is in my opinion, very pretty and well worth a wander around instead of just rushing up to the...
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"Pamukkale and Hierapolis"
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"Pamukkale (Hierapolis) - The Cotton Castle"
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"PAMUKKALE"
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"THE WONDER OF PAMUKKALE"
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"PAMUKKALE"
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