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2 weeks ago
“Breathtaking for lovers of history or science”
2 weeks ago
“Awesome place where culture meets fun”
Denizli, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Our whole family was awestruck by the limestone formations, hot pools, and accessibility to the ruins! We spent hours there, and wanted to spend more. The only thing that could have made it better would be more labels or identification tools in the ruins.

Thank Randall G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Pamukkale and Hierapolis are beautiful and fun places for both adults and children. Awesome landscapes. It gets pretty hot in summer so I would avoid visiting these sites around lunchtime and early afternoon.

Thank Tom T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Ancient city, dramatic thermal pools, blue/green mineral pools filled with ruins!! Dont miss it!! Hierapolis, Pamukkale thermal pools and Cleopatra Pools are all in the same location. We explored the thermal pools, then relaxed soaking in the warmth of the Cleopatra pools, then hiked around...More

Thank Julie K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was dumbstruck by the magnitude of the well preserved ruins. This was a metropolis and it is all there to see. There are so few visitors that we nearly had Hierapolis to ourselves! Then there is Pamukkale - it is a geological wonder and...More

Thank Claudia M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It worth to spend some hours to visit the ancient city Hierapolis. It was really big and the distances between remaining ruins are pretty long. The amphitheater is being renovated. I liked more the historical part of this place than the travertin terraces.

Thank HappyTravelRo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

An amazing, historic and dreamy place. You have to visit the historic bath and swim among Roman columns.

Thank Ahmet A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I really liked cos it is a natural wonder however each year it's drying up and the beauty of it is vanishing but still it's a must see if you're in the neighbourhood. It's absolutely worth it with a visit to the Hierapolis city with...More

Thank Dina P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Cleopatras spa makes for a good day trip. The calcium rich pools and white cliff makes for some beautiful pictures and the amphitheater at the top of the hill is very touristic. Hierapolis is said to be the site where St. Philip was martyred.

Thank Cytara
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Coming here,I combined the visit of both a natural wonder and a man-made one.Only downside:it's overcrowded

Thank lucadambro
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Good way to do this was a hire car from Marmaris.....the roads are good and scenic too..Parking was free on the roadside next to a lovely public park and lake at the foot of the the hill with the travertine slopes. Don't take any notice...More

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Minke M
What should we pack? Swimsuit...towel? Can you go by yourself or do you have to go in a group? Also are there enough things around to keep us busy for a day? Thank u
January 8, 2016|
Response from gül k | Reviewed this property |
hi you can visit by yourself or groups.if you want to swim in natural pool you can get your swimsuit and towel.you can take photos eat something in museum cafe visit historical and antic place near the pamukkale traverten... More
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Hi,. How long would you say it takes to see most of hieropolis please? Would 2 hours be enough or does it take longer? I'm going in winter so trying to plan within the few hours of daylight. And how long do the pools/travertines take too? Again in hours please if you could. Many thanks
December 16, 2015|
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Response from tom n | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the awkward but true answer is that it can take as long as you like,it just depends on how much you want to see. If you go up the hill to St James' church or right to the end of the site you could spend 4 hours... More
It's was one of the most amazing and Breathtaking than we've ever had. Best enjoyable than we've ever had. Thanks and best regards from James. :)
July 8, 2015|
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Response from 2Sujata | Reviewed this property |
Am happy to know you too enjoyed the place. Yes, it is breathtaking. Best,