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Hierapolis & Travertines of Pamukkale: Day Tour from Bodrum

  • Duration: 12h
  • Live guide in English
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  • Starting time: 06:00
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Tour from Bodrum to Pamukkale with a professional, English-speaking tour guide
  • Stop in Denizli to enjoy panoramic views
  • Visit of the ancient ruins of Hierapolis (amphitheater, city walls, bathhouses, necropolis, etc.)
  • Visit of the white travertines, possibility to swim in the natural pools with hot spring water
  • Stop with the possibility to buy textiles, leather goods etc.
  • Open buffet lunch at a local restaurant (vegetarian options available)
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About: Ancient Hierapolis

Hierapolis was an ancient settlement in Turkey. Its ruins are located on hot springs, and are adjacent to the town of Pamukkale, the site of the famous travertines. Both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Ancient Hierapolis
20280 Pamukkale/Denizli, Turkey, 20280, Pamukkale
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