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“thermal pools” (372 reviews)
“turkey” (442 reviews)
“your feet” (113 reviews)
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Pamukkale, Turkey
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Reviewed today via mobile

The thermal springs of Pamukkale; what a must-see. It looks so strange between all the brownish mountains, certainly a white space with water. Awesome place to take some pictures. The only thing I diddnt like was the fact you can't leave your shoes on. The...More

1  Thank Dianel A
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Worth a visit. Make sure you bring bathers and a change of clothes. Also visit the antique pool near the back. The view is spectacular and be ready to see something which you have never seen.

Thank Erhan S
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Extremely long day so be prepared!!! Started off at 6am picked up in front of our hotel, we then Made a stop to pick up one of the guides. We had to change coach (English speaking) which was smaller and uncomfortable for the long trip...More

1  Thank Char3880
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The pammakule travertines were really a good experience. The rocks are really slippery . Should be very careful.A dip in the waters and chalk like sand is good for skin and relaxing.. Footwear is not allowed here.So carry a back pack to take foot wear.....More

Thank Shilpa V
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We’ve been staying at Dalyan so decided to take a day trip here , a 2 hour drive . I’ve visited several times before and the place itself is stunning , unlike anywhere else in the world. Beautiful , warm pools ...an unbelievable , natural...More

1  Thank londonmf
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Reviewed 6 days ago

The water in the pools is white with full of different minerals and you can spred the white mud on your skin if you want to, which is supposed to be good for the skin... The pool terraces are beautiful only problem is a huge...More

Thank syphone01
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I drove from Antalya to Pamukkale.The drive is not easy and the roads are not great. One cannot describe this place you have to go and see it for yourself

Thank Mohammed w
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A must do in pamukkale. Highly recommend it There were a lot of people but patience. Rocks a little slippery in places and food is very expensive

Thank Hannah B
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Yesterday we arrived in Pamukkale and stayed in one of the many hotels for a night. Today morning, after breakfast my 12 years old son and I came to the site. It took us 5 minutes walking. At 8 am there is empty and nice....More

Thank eaststar2015
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We booked this excursion through TUI and were staying in Marmaris. It was a much further drive than we had expected. The pick up was 6:10 & we arrived at Pamukkle around 10am, stopping for breakfast along the way (Which cost 40TL/£7 for two croissants...More

Thank Chris H
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Megi95
14 August 2018|
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Response from trippyyazza | Reviewed this property |
I'd say January would be a pretty good time to bathe in the pools, the water levels will be higher than in the summer and you will probably have less crowds to contend with. However, word of caution, find out what is the... More
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Suz S
10 August 2018|
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Response from Jon N | Reviewed this property |
The South Gate opens at 630am and the other two gates open at 8am. Think the entrance fee is 20 or 25 lira. We used the 15-day museum pass and hence did not buy the single entry ticket. There’s a museum inside that you need... More
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Suz S
10 August 2018|
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Response from Nadia S | Reviewed this property |
It’s open quite late in to the summer, the first bus to arrive in to Pamukkale from Kusadasi (where we travelled from) for example is 4pm. I think they’re open to about 9 pm.
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