- Hiera Police Ancient City
- Thermal Siwiming Pool
- Antique Teather
You will see the Cotton Cilifts.
Pamukkale is an extraordinary natural wonder. The
calceus waters rise from the ground at a temperature of
35 C and tumple down the mountain from a height of 100
meters, forming a myriad of pools. Cream-colored
stalactites are formed as the water overflows from the
pools, creating a breathtaking sight unequalled in the
world. Also visit the ancient ruins of the City of
Hierapolis with its Basilica, theatre, Roman Bath and
Necropolis. After the tour free time .
What to See in Aphrodisias Day Trip
- Hadrianus Bath
- Theatre Bath
is unquestionably one of the most impressing ancient
cities of Anatolia with its well-preserved buildings and
numbers of magnificent sculptures from the Roman period.
Being built near a marble quarry, the city was also an
important center in the past with its famous sculpture
school and for being one of the several cities that was
dedicated to Aphrodite, the goddess of love.
The city was named after Aphrodite in the second century
BC. but according to the Suda, before being known as
Aphrodisias, it had three previous names: Lelegon Polis,
Megale Polis and Ninoë, a name derived from Ninos. Ninos
was the mythical founder for the Assyro-Babylonian
Empire and the husband of the famous Semiramis. The city
was later renamed as Stauropolis in the Cristian Era.
Aphrodisias was not the city of famous sculptures only,
but it was also a hometown for renowned scholars and
philosophers. The philosopher Xenocrates, who had been a
student of Plato, is believed to live in Aphrodisias.
End of the Day Trip
17:00 - 18:00 Rest
18:00 Depart from Selcuk to Denizli Airport
19:00 Arrival in Denizli Airport for Fly from Denizli to