10 Hour
Jan. to Dec.

Hierapolis Pamukkale Tour From Antalya, beautifully constructed, a mix of history, geology, culture, relaxation and rejuvenation!

Pax Price
1 Pax 150 USD [Total]
2 Pax 300 USD [Total]
3 Pax 450 USD [Total]
4 Pax 600 USD [Total]
5 Pax 750 USD [Total]
6 Pax 900 USD [Total]
7 Pax 1050 USD [Total]
8 Pax 1200 USD [Total]
9 Pax 1350 USD [Total]
10 Pax 1500 USD [Total]
11 Pax 1650 USD [Total]
12 Pax 1800 USD [Total]
13 Pax 1950 USD [Total]
14 Pax 2100 USD [Total]
15 Pax 2250 USD [Total]

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    DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Antalya Hotels / Antalya Hotels
    DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive by 8:00 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.
    WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing.
    VISITING Pamukkale (Hierapolis)
    Pick up and drop off at the hotel
    Professional Tour Guide
    Entrance fees for Pamukkale and Hierapolis
    Lunch and thermal pool in the hotel
    All taxes and service charges
    Drink with Meals
    Personal Expenses (Eg; Cleopatras Pool)

    Pamukkale and Hierapolis is a beautifully constructed programme that balances History and Culture, with Geology and Natural History. The day includes that you have time to relax ,reflect and maybe re-juvenate in the thermal waters  !

    This is a full day tour which begins when we collect you approx 7.30 am from your hotel. During the day you will have a guided tour of Pamukkale and the ancient city of Hierapolis.

    You will learn of the unique history and geology of this region. There is scheduled time for you to explore yourself and bathe in the waters of Pamukkale.

    Pamukkale (“cotton castle” in Turkish), is a naturally formed site that contains hot springs and travertines, and terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water

    It is located in Turkeys Inner Aegean region, in the Menderes River valley, which has a temperate climate for most of the year.

    The former Roman Bath of the ancient city of Hierapolis has been used as the site of the Hierapolis Archaeology Museum since 1984.
    Here alongside historical artifacts from Hierapolis, there are also artifacts from Laodiceia, Colossae, Tripolis, Attuda and other towns of the Lycos valley. In addition to these, the museum has a large section devoted to artifacts found at Beycesultan Hüyük that includes some of the most beautiful examples of Bronze Age craft.

    Hierapolis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was founded as an ancient healing centre in 190 BC, due to the medicinal  mineral waters. It was one of the most important intellectual, artistic, religious and commercial centres of the Roman Empire.

    Over time, the city hosted large numbers of both Jewish and Christian residents.

    The Tomb of St. Philip is nestled in the hills behind Hierapolis. St. Philip met his death as a martyr, and in honour of his service to God, the Christians erected a matyrium over the site of his tomb. Special ceremonies and meetings were held here in the name of St. Philip.

    After the tour, you will be transferred to your hotel at about 06.00 pm or we can drop you off downtown.

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    Tour Reviews

    5.00 based on 2 reviews
    May 2, 2016

    The vew of the white-washed hills and it’s surroundings is awesome, adn walking up the hill with warm water flowing around my feet felt very nice. Took soem amazing pics there as the scenery is great. Once up the mountain, there is a lot to see in Hierapolis adn the tombs.

    May 4, 2016

    This site is amazing and huge. When you approach by road it looks like an alpine scene covered in snow. When you get onto the site you really get the impact of this huge overspill of minerals and hot water. It is now a World Heritage Site and rightly so.

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