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Full Day Tour

Pamukkale and Hierapolis with swimming opportunity in a thermal pool

This ferric landscape and the richness of the Roman and Christian architecture made of Hierapolis a very interesting place to visit. The marvelous terraces of chalk, formed by the deposit of water containing calcium and oxide, are something unique shining under the sun. They are today protected by a UNESCO program.When you are in Hierapolis, you should not miss the necropolis (known for its villa-tombs), the amphitheater, the martyrium of Saint Philips and the basilica. During the excursion, you will of course visit the open air museum, the terraces and will have - in Summer only - the opportunity to swim in a thermal pool after lunch.

Tour program:


Departure from hotel


20' break en-route


Arrival in Pamukkale, lunch and swimming


Visit the site and terraces


Departure to Kusadasi


20' break en-route


Estimated arrival at hotel

Price per person : 95.-EU

This price - based on a minimum of 12 participants - includes A/C vehicle, English speaking tour guide, entrance fees and lunch (drinks and access to the swimming pool are not included)

Contact Information:

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