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What travelers are saying
- Loved this museum!
The sarcophagus were particular interesting and the warrior missing his leg!
Definitely worth visiting if you are on site!Written October 28, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There are few options of minibus travel to Laodikea from Denizli bus terminal. Generally the stop will be in Ören Caddesi but there is one minibus stops only 50 meter from Laodikea entrance!
Stopping in Ören Caddesi, walking 500 meters there I arrived in the ancient city. From the entrance, another walk until I saw the ruins. Definitely many parts of ancient city are restored include theatre, temples, columns, etc. The most impressive site for me is the ruin of intact not-restored theatre. It amazed me a lot! Visitors can see and enjoy
The view Pamukkale from Laodikea too.
How to return to Denizli, a lot of alternatives. All minibus at the main street of Pamukkale Boulevard go to bus terminal.Written September 20, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was a lively suprise to find on my doorstep. The water is hot and ri h in minerals.
The hotel I stay in close by also has the red mineral rich water and after just two days my hair and skin has revitalised.
Karayuhat has an authentic Asian Market with some cool restaurants.
The locals are friendly and warm and the area is soulful.Written September 10, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Road to the place is difficult but you will be happy when you visit the place. The place is well securedWritten March 5, 2021
- What a once in a lifetime experience to walk barefoot up a calcium mountain through puddles and ponds of the clearest water. At the top we splurged and paid the 100 lr price to swim in Cleopatra's pool which was amazing. A walk through the well kept ruins turned up lots of pottery (which of course we didnt take) and even a pit viper (which we also didnt take).Written June 17, 2020
- It is possible to visit Tripolis by public transport. From Denizli bus terminal at peron 81 the minibus will go to Yenicekent. The minibus will stop in front of a small restaurant and Tripolis is still 1 km away from minibus stop. Lucky me the friendly minibus driver dropped me in front of the ancient city.
The schedule of minibus Denizli - Yenicekent is not designed for tourists, it is for local residents. I had to wait for some hours to travel back to Denizli.
Tripolis is relatively small ancient city compare to the other two of Hierapolis and Laodikea. There are some sites which have been restored but much not yet discovered. The theatre is still intact in ruined state - the most impressive one for me.Written September 20, 2022
- It's a small mall with many turkish and international brands shops, a food court and a supermarket, it's a good place to shop in denizli...Written June 14, 2023