Turkey’s one of the most visited tourist attractions is the Pamukkale. Over a millions of visitors love to watch this cotton castle. Usually people love to gather under the shades of prehistoric wonders as well as elegant natural wonders, but the Pamukkale offers both in a while. What is there? What to do there and much more will be awaiting to pickup the right answer, here. This Cotton Castle was once home to ancient Rome city Hierapolis and still retains it’s natural beauty and history without any contamination. It is located just 20 km away from City of Denizli. This UNESCO World Heritage site stunning enough and it welcomes much visitors throughout the year with a warm climate. So any time you can land here to immerse in to the Pamukkale’s beautiful.
How to reach Pamukkale?
Transportation is a common question among travelers, but getting here is possible by taking a plane or a bus to the city of Denizli – Cardak Airport. From this city, just 20km to reach the Pamukkale. Remember to take a bag for your shoes and bring along some slippers for visiting the travertines or terraces of Pamukkale and obviously your bathing suit.
If you prefer a bus takes almost 10 hours to arrive to Pamukkale from Istanbul by bus. If you opt the plane, takes 4 hours only to reach.
Where to stay?
Accommodation will not be an issue, when it comes to Pamukkale. Where you will find
various kinds of accommodation choices ranging from 1 to 5 star hotels and aparts both in Pamukkale region and in Denizli city. You could find the aplenty of luxury hotels in
Karahayit district and each have their own thermal pools and some hotels bring the thermal water into the guest rooms bathroom with separate channels. Start a Pamukkale trip by planning your right hotel over there.
Highlights of Pamukkale:
Historical part of Pamukkale is a Hierapolis. There you cold find the most impressive of all ruins with best preserved decoration features and the most highlighted is the 4 different types of tombs. Another best best thing you can do in Pamukkale is watching sunset that would be everyone’s very special moment. Especially going up there for sunset with a bottle of wine and glasses is blissful. The color of the sky with the white layers looks spectacular. After the sun sets, you’ll still have enough light at dusk to make your way down.
What to see in Denizli other than Pamukkale?
Denizli is a rapidly growing touristic town with numerous beauties. Obviously Pamukkale is the fabulous one than anything in Denizli which is a must-see natural thermal water source and a unique in the world with its calcareous white steps. Denizli’s other popular ancient sites Laodicea, Tripolis, Hierapolis, Colossae, Eumania, Heraklia Salbace, Tabae, Dionysopolis, Apollon Lermenos Temple, Sebatopolis, Anava, Trapezopolis, Attuda, and Apollonia Salbace and these are the astonishing tourist destinations in Europe.
Why you are waiting, pack your things and begin to explore the fabulous Pamukkale………