You have surely heard about this unique and incredibly beautiful place in Turkey. Antalya Pamukkale Day Trip will take you to this magnificent natural wonder! Pamukkale translates to English as “Cotton Castle”. The slopes of Pamukkale are covered with snow-white travertine cascading pools filled with turquoise thermal water.
Travertine will amaze you with its beauty and unusual landscape. You will definitely want to walk along these magical pools created by nature itself. The ancient city of Hierapolis will impress you with well-preserved architecture.
A professional German-speaking guide will take you back with his stories to the distant times when the amphitheater was full of people during the performances. In the center of the city you can see a pool with thermal water that cures various diseases. The water has a temperature of around 36 ° C all year round, so you can come here at any time of the year.
Antalya Pamukkale Day Trip is a unique opportunity to combine self-care and admire wonders created by man and nature.
Price List for Pamukkale Day Trip from Antalya 2022
|Age||Standard Price||Online Price|
|Adult (≥ 12)||32 Euro||30 Euro|
|Child (7 — 11)||22 Euro||20 Euro|
|Infant (0 — 6)||Free||Free|
Antalya Pamukkale Day Trip Days – Times:
Every Day – From 06:30 to 21:30
Antalya Pamukkale Day Trip Program begins early in the morning with an air-conditioned minibus picking you up from your hotel. When you arrive in Pamukkale, you will be amazed by the white travertines. During your free time, you can swim in the beautiful hot springs of Cleopatra Pool, visit the ancient city of Hierapolis, or visit the Pamukkale Museum.
Your guide will be with you throughout the day, providing information and answering your questions. At the end of Pamukkale sightseeing, have a delicious hearty lunch in town and drive back to Antalya. An open buffet dinner will be served en route.
The first thing that will amaze you on the tour is the magnificent natural formations of snow-white travertine pools filled with turquoise thermal water. Calcium-rich thermal water emerges from the ground, forming unique calcite pools. It is a world-famous unique natural monument and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pamukkale means “cotton castle” in Turkish. You can walk along these special natural pools, enjoy the view and take many unforgettable photos.
Next to the travertines you can see the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis . It was built in the 11th century BC. And was a place for noble Romans. The city played an important role in Christianity. It is known that one of 12 apostles, Saint Philip, was crucified here. You will see the Roman Theater which seats about 12,000 and is known for its acoustics. The ruins of Apollo’s temple, necropolis, wells and temples will look amazing to you.
You will have the opportunity to swim in the core of the thermal springs that were created during an earthquake in Roman times. The Romans came here to improve their health. The mineral water of this magnificent pool is saturated with many minerals that help restore health.
The healing waters of the pool help to cope with diseases of the cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal tract and musculoskeletal system disorders and help relieve stress. The water has a temperature of about 36 ° C all year round, so you can swim here at any time of the year.
You have two hours of free time. You can swim in Cleopatra’s pool, have a cup of Turkish coffee with oriental sweets or explore the ancient city of Hierapolis.
Your tour includes an open buffet lunch with many options to choose from. Main courses, salads, appetizers as well as desserts and fruit await you.
After your free time, the journey back to Antalya begins. There are some short breaks along the way and a break for dinner. Dinner is an open buffet with a variety of options. Around 21:00 the bus arrives in Antalya.
The price of Pamukkale Day Tour from Antalya is 30 € for adults, 20 € for children 7-11 years old and free for children under 6 years old.
When we talk about natural beauty, Pamukkale is one of the most epic wonders. Pamukkale and Hierapolis, an ancient city, were recognized as part of the UNESCO World Heritage in 1988. For the locals it is also the 8th wonder of the world. The name Pamukkale means “cotton castle” in Turkish.
The Pamukkale travertine pools and archaeological site of the Roma city of Hierapolis are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, some facilities have limited opening hours. The Archaeological Museum of Hierapolis is open from 9 am to 12:30 pm and then from 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm in the afternoon.