Pamukkale Natural Park, Pamukkale
Categories: Nature & Parks
Swim in the natural hot pools of Pamukkale Natural Park, a World Heritage Site that counts Egyptian queen Cleopatra among its many guests over the past millenia. This "cotton castle" features 17 hot springs, travertine terraces, and the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis. Paddle a boat around the lake or take a healing bath in a small mud pod. A museum set in an ancient public bath and the open areas of a library and gymnasium exhibits historical artifacts from Hierapolis as well as some fine examples of Bronze Age craft. Rest at the park's cafe with views of the surrounding landscape. Put Pamukkale Natural Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Pamukkale travel itinerary maker.
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Lovely area to stroll around the lake, little cafe bar area that had live music playing, two singing and playing acoustic guitar. The lake has ducks and geese on and also small pleasure boats that you... read more »
Памуккале.Говорят,кто не видел Памуккале-тот не видел Турции.Впечатляющие руины древнего города Хиераполис.Даже не верится что это сотворили римляне много веков назад.Лежали на террасах в воде обогащё... read more »Pamukkale. Say who hasn't seen Pamukkale-not seen Turkey. the impressive ruins of the ancient city Hierapolis. I can not believe that this created the Romans centuries ago. Lay on the terraces in water enriched with calcium, swam in the pool, "Cleopatra" with a water temperature + 35 degrees. tour a little utamitel′naâ due to a long journey, but it is worth a visit. Plus Coral Travel gave us 2 visit the Turkish bath "Hamam". Left-omoložënnye!show original
Nothing to say. Just go and see. Goverment made great environment regulation. Safety, big area. One day is enough to see
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