Pamukkale and Hierapolis Daily Tour...

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Hierapolis (“Holy City”) was an ancient Greco-Roman city in Phrygia located on hot springs in South West Anatolia. Its ruins are adjacent to modern Pamukkale. Hierapolis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hot springs there have been used as a spa since the 2nd Century B.C.E. and people came to soothe their ailments with many of them retiring or dying here. Some of the highlights; the large necropolis is filled with sarcophagi, the main street with the gates and latrines, cathedral, the theatre and St. Philips tomb. The hot springs causing cascades which are called the Cotton Castle. Because of the distance we have to leave Antalya early but its worth it to experince this wonderful place.Highlights Explore Hierapolis and Pamukkale with a small group and a guide Soak in the Mineral hot springs at Kleopatra Pool The tour includes a lunch and entry of pamukkale sights Convenient, round-trip transportation from hotel...

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Stop At: Amphitheatre

The 1800-year-old Hierapolis Amphitheater, the most important and original Roman Theater in the Mediterranean Basin. Built for 150 years, Amphitheater There is also the unique 2500-year-old Pamukkale Hierapolis Ancient City, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List both as a cultural and natural heritage. As a result of the restoration, Hierapolis Amphitheater has the most important and unique place among the Roman Period Anatolian Theaters in the Mediterranean basin with its mythological reliefs, magnificent stage building, seating steps of the Antalya Perge Theater.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Cleopatra Pools

There are many more places to explore, of course, but it seems to us that we had one of the most extraordinary swimming experiences in the world. How many other places in 23 centuries of history can there be swimming in the world? (If there is any, it was forbidden to swim in it in this period and the only thing that got wet in its waters is wish money? This is the Ancient Pool, aka Cleopatra Pool, in the city of Hierapolis from the 2nd century BC. Under the protection of UNESCO, the site in the World Cultural Heritage List is located in the Hierapolis Ancient City, in the area just above Pamukkale Travertines. We think it is a great experience to experience such a precious legacy in such a special way. By the way, we've deleted this from our list of things to do before you die!

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Pamukkale Thermal Pools

We visit the natural pools of Pamukkale with our guide. The minarets in the water here change the colors on the rock surface. Therefore, everywhere is as white as cotton. And water has many benefits for the human body.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Hierapolis & Pamukkale

The ancient city of Hierapolis has been well preserved and has survived to the present day. The Roman Bath, which we can definitely say that it was visited very often when it was a thermal center, is used as an archeology museum today. Here you can see the statues and other ruins unearthed in the ancient city excavations in Hierapolis and its surroundings. Buildings such as the ancient theatre, temples, monumental fountains, tombs, agora and gymnasium are in such a good condition that you feel like you are in the city of 2,000 years ago. Especially the stories told about Ploutonium, which was believed to be the entrance to hell in the Roman Period, will attract your attention. Hierapolis is also a holy settlement in terms of Christianity. The most important reason for this sanctity is that Phillippus, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus, was killed here and his grave is here. Martyrium, which was built by palace architects in the 5th century and where the saint's tomb is located, is one .

Duration: 1 hour
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