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| Hieropolis-Pamukkale World Heritage Site, Pamukkale, Turkey
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We took the long way into the site and my word its worth every seconds on it. The sight was awesome. Please bring water coz it will cost u a bomb!

Thank Syaril M
Reviewed 4 days ago

Most people come to Pamukkale for the travertine terraces but the ancient ruins are a must see (and part of the Unesco World Heritage Site). The Amphitheatre is very well reconstructed and much more impressive than the one in Ephesus (from my humble point of...More

Thank saltacity
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful, historical place, very well preserved by the Turkish government. Visit to the top of it though or you miss the view from this side.

Thank Lyn M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

At the same time we visited the Pamukkale Thermal Pools, we found this Historic Masterpiece. Once you reach the top the hill where is allocated, you can get a drink in the kiosk next to it, and simply rest and enjoy with this view that...More

Thank Sightsee804708
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a historic place to visit. It is well preserved. The path should be steep or climb carefully. The top is a very beautiful photo.

Thank Pannika n
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

“Hierapolis” meaning “sacred city” in Greek. The theatre is a very beautiful and significant trace left from Roman times. The theatre stage in the ancient city of Hierapolis is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

Thank Excursion595457
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing views , very steep , highly recommend. Uneven ground ,not good on feet get buggy to take you up

Thank grahamraymond777
Reviewed August 18, 2018 via mobile

If you visit Pamukkale make sure you make the climb up to the Amphitheatre and St Philips church. The amphitheatre is one of the best I've seen in Turkey so far. St Philips church is a bit further on and has a great view over...More

Thank Ruthe H
Reviewed August 14, 2018

The place is breathtaking, the whole theatre from the top is huge. You can see also in the background the nice mountains so the whole thing is really worth a visit. Maybe it is better to go in the early morning when it is not...More

Thank syphone01
Reviewed August 6, 2018 via mobile

The view from the top is amazing - must see. We had a great time, it’s a uphill walk but worth it. Try to see at sunset.

Thank Nadia S
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Kanchan Z
April 3, 2017|
Response from Sebnem O |
Best time will be spring most probably. Bodrum is 3 hrs drive. 1 day with a guide is ok. You have to read some historical info before you come. If you rent a car Dedeman hotel is out of the city Denizli. We stayed there.