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Pamukkale Tour

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Duration

10 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people

Languages

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Overview

Pamukkale tour will begin with the ancient city of Hierapolis. First of all, it is important to understand the significance of the site. Hierapolis being one of the most fascinating ancient sites welcomes you to discover hidden history dated back to Hellenistic and Roman periods. Above all, recently restored ancient theater promises you the architectural talent of the period.

Secondly, you are going to visit one of the Pamukkale namely “the cotton castle” where you are going to feel yourself stepping in clouds.  In other words with its spectacular formations of travertine, Pamukkale is welcoming you in a world of wonders. The natural hot spring pool is going to be one of the most precious moments of your Pamukkale tour. While visiting an ancient site it is as well an extraordinary experience to give ear to ancient gossips of that period so swimming in a hot spring pool full of ancient artifacts on the floor you should know that you are swimming in the pool where beautiful Cleopatra once had taken a bath.

Thirdly you will have the opportunity to visit one of the largest necropoleis of the ancient world. It is told that the deceased people who trying to be healed in Asclepeion were brought to Hierapolis necropolis to be buried. This is, in fact, another rumor whispered from ancient periods.

There are many hot thermal hotels where you will feel as if you are at home thus it is always possible for you to organize a trip of two days. Not only during summer but also on cold winter days you may enjoy the hot spring pool in Pamukkale.

After passing a day full of history and relaxed moments in the spring pool during your Pamukkale tour we wish you a pleasant stay and rest. Depending on group gusto, we have the chance to visit Jewelry, Leather, Carpet, or Ceramic centers.

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Pamukkale Tour Information

Pamukkale Tour Pick-up place: Izmir airport, Izmir port, hotels in Izmir city

Pamukkale Tour Pick-up time: 07.00 the tour starts at 7 am, the pick-up time depends on your pick-up place, please indicate your exact pick-up please to have the exact timing.

Drop-off: Your pick-up place at approx. 17.00

Tour period: All year

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Pamukkale tour showed you; how gonna be an incredible natural place. You can also learn more history of Hierapolis and travertines.

Included/Excluded

  • Transportation
  • Tour guide English
  • Entry fees
  • Lunch
  • Tips
  • Drinks
  • Personal Expenses

Tour Categories

Archaeology
Ecotourism
History
History & Culture

Tour's Location

FAQs

Pamukkale what to do?
You are going to visit one of the Pamukkale namely “the cotton castle” where you are going to feel yourself stepping in clouds. In other words with its spectacular formations of travertine, Pamukkale is welcoming you in a world of wonders.
The natural hot spring pool is going to be one of the most precious moments of your Pamukkale tour. While visiting an ancient site it is as well an extraordinary experience to give ear to ancient gossips of that period so swimming in a hot spring pool full of ancient artifacts on the floor you should know that you are swimming in the pool where beautiful Cleopatra once had taken a bath.
How Pamukkale was formed?
The name Pamukkale means 'Cotton Castle' in Turkish. Besides its adorable beauty, it is a geological formation that is based on 17 main hot water springs that are actually sources of the calcium carbonate which gets deposited as the mineral rock on the surface.
Where is Pamukkale in Turkey?
Where is Pamukkale in Turkey?
Pamukkale is located in the south-central of the Aegean region of Turkey. It is about 19 km to Denizli city and a 2,5-hour drive from the resort town Kusadasi.
Pamukkale why is it white?
Somewhere deep in the earth beneath Pamukkale and the ancient Roman city of Hierapolis lies a vast source of water heated by volcanic lava. The water dissolves pure white calcium, becomes saturated with it, and carries it to the earth’s surface, where it bursts forth and runs down a steep hillside.
Cooling in the open air, the calcium precipitates from the water, adheres to the soil and forms white calcium “cascades” frozen in stone called travertines.

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