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Pamukkale, Turkey
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Like most of you, we made the trip to Pamukkale because the photos of people taking luxurious dips in the white travertine terraces and blue water looked so beautiful and serene. But upon arrival - what a disappointment! These photos were taken over 15 years...More

Thank Julie T
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This famous attraction is a perfect example, how beautifully nature works sometimes. Nice thing is that you can dip inside these pools and enjoy very nice views over a valley. Quite a popular attraction it is, so expect not to be alone.

Thank Mr_Nobody_1979
Reviewed 2 days ago

This one of my favorites natural wonders, the hot water is considered a natural mineral for treatment , it is long Que and walk to the terraces but worth the walk.

Thank HFikri
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Awesome place. Very well looked after and preserved despite the amount of daily tourists. Such a pitty that you still find tourists trashing.

Thank Ian d
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The travertines are stunning ... almost fake looking . I had wanted to go for years and although not as big as I thought or as warm as I expected. I was not disappointed. You can not wear any type of footwear on the travertines...More

Thank Dawnes7560
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The travel to this was over 3 hours. Well worth every minute waited. The view is breath taking looking like snow but feeling really warm with natural water springs?! People actually bathed in the water as it has natural mineral which is suppose to be...More

Thank Ruhel A
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We visited here as a family on a tui excursion as we were staying in kusadasi and even tho there's a lot of traveling to see these beautiful views it's worth it gorgeous photos can be taken here only down fall I thought was the...More

Thank Stacey B
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Seeing the travertine terraces was absolutely unbelievable. Pool beyond pool beyond pool, filled with natural hot spring water. Half the pools are not accessible to tourists, but the other half are, and we took full advantage of it! The place was swarming with tourists, but...More

Thank EmaSaloma
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I cannot say more than how amazing this place was. You could definitely spend a whole day here. The south gate opens first at 630am - you should be there and go straight to the pools for tourist free photos. The other two gates open...More

Thank Hailsk2411
Reviewed 6 days ago

Don't get me wrong, this was an amazing experience, swimming in Cleopatra's pool, walking down the Traverses, splashing about in the pools. However, the pools you are allowed to swim in are the man made ones, not the real ones we see in some brochures....More

Thank Fanus W
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12 September 2017|
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Response from berenice r | Reviewed this property |
The weather in November might be a bit cold but not as in December. Now, if you are looking for the cheapest way to go from from Izmir to Pamukkale, there is a train that goes there or you can go by bus as well, use... More
5 August 2017|
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Response from Ajay S | Reviewed this property |
Yes. The visiting time starts at 8 am.
Mandie C
24 July 2017|
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Response from Alexander S | Reviewed this property |
Dear Mandie, I think proper answer to this question depends on your budget and plans. I personally would recommend hiring a car with a driver (economy car for 5 people including a driver). Usually, it cost around $200 -$300... More