From Cappadocia I caught an overnight bus to Pamukkale which took about nine hours, after that I was transferred to my accomodation then from that morning I was to start a day tour in Pamukkale. Pamukkale resembles the looks of a giant cotton castle, with mineral rich thermal water running through the travertine terrace. It honestly is something out of its world, you have to see it in real life to believe it photos don’t do justice. It’s unbelievable to see a site so beautiful still be in its remains up until this day!
I will provide information about Pamukkale along with photos below of my trip!
From Istanbul airport you can catch a flight to Denzili which takes about an hour, then from Denzili to Pamukkale is about a one hour drive.
The most common languages that people speak in Cappadocia are Turkish and English.
The currency in Pamukkale is the TRY Turkish Lira.
Best season to travel
Spring: March, April & May
Summer: June, July & August
Autumn: September & October
Sights and attractions
- Pamukkale Thermal Pool
- Roman Theatre
- Cleopatra Pool & more
It depends on how you spend your days although money does add up quite quickly whilst you’re over there. On average I would say $50 AUD is enough to spend for the day.
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