A spectacular wonder of nature for thousands of years. The surreal, brilliant white travertine terraces formed by hardened calcium carbonate sediments over time fed by the rich mineral waters are a must visit on your trip to Turkey. By 190 BC, Pergamum’s King Eumenes II was so seduced by its charms that he established the city of Hieropolos atop the summit of the travertines. The unique combination of natural and man-made wonders has been made this a Unesco World Heritage site
This three-in-one tour encompasses a visit to Pamukkale, famous for its healing thermal mineral waters, and beautiful snow-white petrified pools and waterfalls; a walk among the ruins of Hieropolis, now famous for its well-preserved Necropolis.
We will pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the airport for your early morning flight to Denizli. You guide and driver will meet you at the Denizli airport and take you to Karahayit to see its Red Spring Waters. After Karahayit we will drive to Pamukkale to view its fossilized pools filled with mineral waters.
After lunch in a local restaurant, we visit Hierapolis, including the Necropolis, Roman Baths, the Arch of Domitian, the Latrina, the Oil Factory, Frontinious Street, the Agora, the Byzantium Gate, the Triton Fountain, the Cathedral, the Apollo Temple, the Plutonium, the Theater and the Antique Pool. We will depart Hieropolis for Denizli Airport for your flight back to Istanbul or drive back to Kusadasi
This tour is also available from other cities as well
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