Hierapolis And Pamukkale, Denizli

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Hierapolis And Pamukkale, Denizli - Address

Address: 20280 Pamukkale/Denizli Merkez/Denizli, Turkey

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Time Required: 02:30 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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Set on the hot springs in classical Phrygia of southwestern Anatolia, Hierapolis was an ancient city that is located adjacent to the natural site of Pamukkale. If you are a lover of history and archaeology, then Hierapolis & Pamukkale would come in as a treat for you. Get a glimpse into the past at this UNESCO World heritage site and make sure you soak in the beautiful experience as you fall in love with the ancient and artistic Roman ruins. Some of the major highlights of the site that every visitor should visit include a huge amphitheatre, necropolis, Hierapolis archaeological museum, cotton castles, antique pool, Cleopatra's pool, the baths, and several other artifacts.

Hierapolis And Pamukkale Information

  • Bring in some sunscreen lotion and bathing suit if you want to swim in the pool.
  • Wearing shoes in the water is prohibited to protect the deposits.

How To reach Hierapolis And Pamukkale by Public Transport

  • Rent a car or hire a taxi.

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  • Another great city of the ancient world. Still a lot of work to do in the site but the theatre is in great condition. The walk up to the site past the pools is the best way to get their if you can. A swim in Cleopatra's pool is also worth while.

  • Interesting place. I advise to spend your time for walking among ancient ruins. There are too many peoples and sharp stones at the bottom in the Cleopatra pools. I didn't like it.

  • Another ancient city from the great ancient place. Walk up straight until you see a natural limestone formation . It is looks like a cotton castle with a white and blue in colour. Really cherish every moment in Pamukkale

  • A definite must see, prep up for some walking and exploring as you will be taken back in time. Also the natural springs which is a must to swim in.

  • Beautiful and walk up to Hierapolis is amazing over the natural limestone with the hot spring water cascading down. A must visit if in the area. I only had a few hours to visit and had a great time in the antique pool at the top.

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