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Pamukkale

History and Naturel Springs

 

 

Pamukkale

Date :    01/01/2030   /   01/01/2030
Time :    06.30  /  20.00

Adult    13.00    .-TRY

Child    6.50    .-TRY

Infant    Free

An experience that will warm you up with its hot springs and natural spring waters! It contains 17 hot water sources in temperature ranges from 35 degrees to 100 degrees. The bubbling waters in Pamukkale travertines give Pamukkale a fascinating view.
With our tour, you can see the travertines formed by thousands of years old limestone formations combined with minerals, and swim in the hot springs recommended by doctors for health. It will be good for you both physically and mentally!
In Pamukkale, you can have the chance to explore the ancient Byzantine city Hieropolis, which was located in the 2nd century BC and houses the Temple of Apollo. Pamukkale, with its unique living space, has succeeded in being included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
Our tour gives you the chance to get to know the ancient ruins in Pamukkale while walking among the giant columns. You will start early in the morning and spend a day full of activity and you will enjoy every step you take.
Pamukkale journey takes 5 hours. We will be on the way to have a delicious Turkish breakfast and drink a Turkish coffee that will sweeten your mouth. You have 3 hours to enjoy the hot natural spring water in Pamukkale and wander around the travertines as you wish. We will have about an hour break for lunch. Our professional guide will inform you about the ancient Hieropolis ruins and the history of the city.
Our tour takes approximately 14 hours. Breakfast, transportation by air-conditioned vehicles, hotel pick-up and drop-off, professional guide service and insurance are included in our tour. Our tour will start with your pick-up from the hotel at 06.30 in the morning and end with your drop off at the hotel at 20.00 in the evening. 0-4 age group is free of charge, 04-08 age group is half price.

 

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