Hierapolis

Hierapolis: The Portal To The Ancient Glory

 

Turkey has a lot to offer when it comes to history. Every corner is a monument, every hilltop is sanctuary…

 

Hierapolis is one of the most amazing examples of these historical wonders of Turkey. Located in Denizli, just nearby the famous Pamukkale, Hierapolis is opening window to the past and taking you to the glorious ancient times.

 

You can discover the ancient city wandering around the the ruins of Greek-Roman legacy stopping by at the Roman Amphitheater, the Turkish Bath, the pool of Cleopatra and the Necropolis.

 

You want to hear a surprise?

 

You can also stop by at Pamukkale and see the miraculous natural wonders of travertine terraces.

You can also enjoy the thermal pools and relax.

 

We call this hitting two bird with one stone. What do you think?

Top attractions in Hierapolis

Pamukkale

Turkey has a lot to offer when it comes to amazing natural wonders. Every corner is a miracle a magic work of mother nature.Pamukkale is obviously one of the first places comes to mind when talking about Turkey's natural beauties.

Ephesus

Anatolia has no shortage of the important historical cities. Ephesus is obviously one of them, as it is one of the biggest open-air museums from antiquity that has survived until this date.

Cappadocia

Lying within the boundaries of middle Anatolian cities like Nevsehir, Kayseri and Aksaray; Cappadocia is one of the main touristic areas of Turkey containing the most extraordinary sightseeings such as Uchisar, Urgup, Goreme, Avanos and Zelve.

Kusadasi

A great holiday for most of us has some certain elements like great sea, perfect weather, amazing beaches and mesmerizing nature. This is basically the starter formula of a good holiday. But, what is the place for your dream holiday?

Izmir

Izmir is the third biggest city of Turkey, located along the Aegean shore serenaded by region’s mild weather and amazing views. The city is Izmir, with its ancient name Smyrna, was known to take its name from the Queen of Amazons which is a pretty cool fact.

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