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  • Very good21%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“thermal pools” (377 reviews)
“turkey” (447 reviews)
“your feet” (114 reviews)
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Pamukkale, Turkey
Ways to Experience Pamukkale Thermal Pools
US$69 per adult
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US$66 per adult
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"thermal pools"
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in 447 reviews
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in 93 reviews
"cleopatra's pool"
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"warm water"
in 97 reviews
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in 28 reviews
"unique place"
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"no shoes"
in 35 reviews
"hour drive"
in 37 reviews
"walk barefoot"
in 34 reviews
"white calcium"
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"hot springs"
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Reviewed yesterday

My advice would be to enter from the North gate, get a lift up there, so you can then walk down hill nearly all the way, the bare foot walk down Pamukkale is unforgettable and you will be so pleased you did it!

1  Thank Steve S
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Head to the third pool or so from the top, where the water runs down and stand under the flowing water, like under a waterfall.

Thank Muhammad B
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I visited Pamukkale Thermal Pools 30 years ago and, although one expects things to change over time, what I saw last week was sheer devastation. There was no water in the few pools left and three pools had been man made and allowed to calcify...More

1  Thank Sandi M
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

That was so beatiful pools and best views. But there isnt any locker for bags and vluable things, so you can not enjoy pools enough and relax.

Thank arman4137
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We came to Pamukkale with car from Istanbul. What an amazing place. This is one of the most beautiful places i have ever seen. We went to the taverners around 3pm and stayed until 8pm, so we could watch the sunset. As we went down...More

Thank Metropol1
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't come on a coach, spend the night locally and get a full day here. THere is so much to see. lounhed in the hot springs and swam in the pool that very probably Cleopatra swam in ... Brilliant

1  Thank Jeremy T
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice place to spend your time. Many famous places at one place such as cleopatra’s pool, thermal pool, historical amphitheater, peaceful nice breeze park, and especially travertines. Dont forget your sunglasses on your visit to travertines 😎, it is very shiny on a summer...More

2  Thank Tamer N
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's one of the beat experience the place is really very beautiful. The water is hot. This natural pool is one of the beat place to see in turkey. The overall location is very beautiful. If I get a chance I will go again.

Thank Rabia K
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

These thermal pools are all dried up and there is hardly any water as shown in marketing photos. Pamukkale thermal pools were disappointing as the expectation was altogether different. Tourists are flooded and you hardly get any space. Hierapolic ancient ruins are saviours, they are...More

1  Thank Madhuri R
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A wonderful view. Unfortunately, we did not have much time to enjoy it. I recommend that you ask the travel agency you go with while staying there. we only held 1:30 hours.

Thank niccatalin
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Osian12
1 July 2018|
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Response from gkaytrips | Reviewed this property |
hi, yes it takes around 3 hours. best time to visit the site is at sunset time, most visitors would have left. x GK
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DebBanerjee
12 June 2018|
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Response from taradora | Reviewed this property |
Depends how much you need sunglass in summer time.June is the hottest time in that area
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gourisankar p
22 May 2018|
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Response from barefootmart | Reviewed this property |
I was there in March but what I believe is they redirect the water as needed. In March it was only flowing along the path as you walk up (about 10 pools). There were other calcium deposits/pools along the hillside but there... More
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