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Excursión de un día en un pequeño grupo a Pamukkale desde Kusadasi: Travertinos y Hierápolis

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Pamukkale, Turquía

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Explore la impresionante arqueología de Pamukkale en esta pequeña excursión guiada de día completo desde Kusadasi. Durante su visita a este sitio declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, camine a lo largo de las mesetas de roca de travertino blanco y escuche sobre la geología del sitio. Contempla Pamukkale en dirección a la antigua ciudad de Hierápolis y aprende sobre su historia mientras descubres sus fascinantes ruinas. Además, disfruta de un baño de limpieza en los manantiales y piscinas naturales de Hierápolis. Este tour de grupos pequeños en Pamukkale está limitado a 14 personas, creando una experiencia más personalizada con su guía.
  • Viaje de un día completo desde Kusadasi al sitio del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO en Pamukkale en la provincia de Denizli
  • Vea las brillantes terrazas de travertino blanco de Pamukkale con su guía
  • Date un baño en las piscinas de spa de forma natural en la antigua ciudad de Hierápolis
  • Pasee por las ruinas de Hierápolis y vea su fascinante necrópolis y su vasto teatro romano
  • Recogida en el hotel y traslado en autobús de lujo con aire acondicionado.
  • El tour en grupos pequeños con un máximo de 14 personas garantiza una experiencia más personalizada.
Encuentra a tu guía en tu hotel de Kusadasi y conduce hacia el este en dirección a Pamukkale, en la provincia de Denizli. Llegue a este Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO y descubra por qué el nombre de este sitio natural significa castillo de algodón. Aprende sobre la geología aquí, que consiste en rocas de travertino blanco que han creado una maravilla natural de mesetas. Contemple los depósitos minerales de Pamukkale y escuche cómo el agua del baño caliente se desplaza 656 pies (200 metros) por el acantilado para crear la apariencia de terrazas cubiertas de nieve.

A continuación, camine junto a su guía experto y observe la geología de cerca mientras aprende cómo se formaron estos baños naturales. Deténgase para sacar fotos de este increíble sitio, y luego continúe hacia la antigua ciudad de Hierápolis para observar sus ruinas en disminución y sumergirse en las aguas termales.

Pase tiempo libre sumergiéndose y relajándose en las piscinas y no olvide empacar su traje de baño (tarifa de ingreso a su cargo). Mientras disfrutas de un baño agradable mira las columnas greco-romanas que rodean las piscinas. Deténgase para almorzar después de bañarse en un café y luego encuentre a su guía para un recorrido a pie por Hierápolis. Maravíllate con las ruinas antiguas como la necrópolis (cementerio romano) y el inmenso teatro romano que una vez tuvo la capacidad de sentar a 12,000 personas. Finalmente, deténgase en St Philippe Martyrion (Basílica de San Felipe) y escuche sobre esta histórica casa de culto cristiana. Luego, regresa a tu autocar y regresa a Kusadasi donde termina tu gira.
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Pamukkale Thermal Pools
Después de una recogida en su hotel de Kusadasi, diríjase hacia el interior a la provincia de Denizli para visitar Pamukkale, la maravilla natural más increíble de Turquía. Lo que significa "castillo de algodón", este impresionante sitio declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO consiste en deslumbrantes terrazas de roca de travertino blanco que parecen fluir por acantilados de 656 pies (200 metros). Desde la distancia, las terrazas de travertino casi parecen acantilados nevados o cascadas congeladas, pero en realidad son depósitos minerales de las aguas termales de Pamukkale. Camina por estas fascinantes rocas y observa las piscinas naturales que se forman al mismo tiempo que aprendes sobre su geología con tu guía. Las vistas desde Pamukkale son inolvidables: vea las terrazas de travertino blancas que contrastan con las montañas marrones en la distancia, y luego camine hasta Hierápolis, la antigua ciudad grecorromana con ruinas en ruinas y piscinas geotérmicas. Disfrute del tiempo libre aquí, y asegúrese de traer su traje de baño, ya que las piscinas definitivamente merecen un chapuzón (la entrada es a su cargo). Relájese en los cálidos manantiales naturales que están separados por columnas antiguas, y luego visite un café para almorzar antes de reunirse con su guía para un paseo a pie por la antigua ciudad. Disfrute de sus impresionantes ruinas clásicas, como la necrópolis (cementerio romano) y el vasto teatro romano que fue capaz de albergar a más de 12,000 personas. Vea a San Felipe Mártir (también conocido como la Basílica de San Felipe) y aprenda sobre este importante santuario de los primeros cristianos antes de regresar con su entrenador para regresar a Kusadasi.
Duración: 600 minutos
Entrada no incluida

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Very interesting place with exceptional ruins as well
189roya
, jun 2019
It was a long ride 3 hours there and 3 hours back but the Mercedes mini bus was nice and the guide phenomenal and friendly. There is a lot of walking so if you cant do that I recommend renting a cart. The whit hills and pools are a sight to behold. There were lots of people but quite manageable. We stopped and the linen factory and bought some awesome table cloths and towels at a reasonable price. The amphitheater in the the ruins was phenomenal. Would definitely do it once but don't think i would go back because of the six hours traveling.
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Our guide was fantastic and...
Bianca H
, ago 2018
Our guide was fantastic and extremely knowledgeable about the area. He gave great suggestions for routes and was very open to all kinds of questions about the site. Since I visited in August the pools were really crowded so I didnt swim, but the site itself is very beautiful and worth the visit. My two complaints are the tourism stop we made at the Onyx workshop, which was essentially a ploy to get us to buy stuff. It wasnt on the itinerary and I felt that it was a little heavy handed to add that in without telling us. We also stopped at a crowded buffet restaurant for lunch that wasnt very good.
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Pamukkale Tour
Ruthie T
, jun 2018
Great Tour! Lots of walking, wear comfortable walking shoes, bring water and hat or umbrella to shield from the sun!
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Pamukkale is amazing. The only thing...
marinabhargava
, oct 2017
Pamukkale is amazing. The only thing I'd change are the trips to the leather fashion show and gem store.
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Tahsin was an incredibly passionate...
Jarich M
, sep 2017
Tahsin was an incredibly passionate guide and was really nice to talk with. He was very informative and knowledgeable about Turkey and the environments. I wish we'd have him for Ephesus as well. His and the drivers services deserve an absolute 10! The only reason I did not give a 5 star rating are rather because of the firms organizational details: We were picked up had to drop breakfast right away at 7.30, whilst the day before, the company comfirmed through phone we'd be picked up at 8-8.30 The journey from Kusadasi to Pammukkale was very long. Our hotel being the furthest away in the group, we spent at least a total of 8.5-9 hours sitting in the bus, just to enjoy about 2.5 hours of Pammukkale. For such a long journey, I personally wouldn't recommend travelling in a small group or bus. Us being tall Europeans and a little overweight, let's be honest, spending that long in rather cramped seats isn't quiet comfortable.
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We had a well presented and air...
Carol T
, ago 2017
We had a well presented and air conditioned mini bus. Our driver was charming and spoke excellent English. Our guide at Pamukkale was lovely and she was very knowledgeable and also spoke excellent English. It was a really hot day so we spent quite a while bathing in the warm Cleopatra pool. Sadly, I think the magical powers associated with the water have waned over the years as I didn't look any younger after my swim haha. Pamukkale is a beautiful place and I would recommend this trip as we had a great time. We stopped off at an Onyx factory on the way back and it was interesting to see how the artists manipulated and shaped the onyx. There was a gift shop full of beautiful things and even though we did not feel pressurised into buying anything, of course we had to get a little momento of the trip. Overall, an excellent experience.
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Pamukkale and Heirapolis...
KIMBERLEY A
, mar 2017
Pamukkale and Heirapolis - Incredible places to see, though I wouldn't bother with this tour at all. We basically paid GBP97 for a driver. On the 3 hour drive to Pamukkale our guide spoke to us once - To let us know we would be stopping for 20minutes. Upon arrival in Pamukkale our tour began. He walked us through the entrance to the terraces, vaguely explaining things that we could have read our selves on the signs all along the walk - gave us a few hours free time. Afterwards was lunch - we were told to not have quote high expectations unquote, but the food was actually inedible. Cold and unidentifiable - no one from our tour finished a dish. 3 hour ride back to Kusadasi, again only being spoke to once again upon stopping for 20 minutes. The pools at Heirapolis are absolutely amazing, well worth a visit - though this is not included in the tour but there is plenty of free time to have a swim. The terraces themselves look nothing like you see online, though after travelling so much this was expected - Still amazing to see. If we had of just paid for a driver for the day we would have zero complains, but booking a tour you expect some form of a guide. He wasn't interested at all.
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It was a lovely day and the site was...
Bernie W
, may 2016
It was a lovely day and the site was worth anyone seeing. True wonder of the world.
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The tour is a good way to go from...
Eduardo W
, nov 2015
The tour is a good way to go from Kusadasi to Pamukkale, but doesn't add anything other than that. You should face it as an alternative to a shuttle or taxi. The lunch included was below average, for sure. We had wonderful and cheap meals in Turkey and that was not one of them. The tour guide was nice and helpful, but was lacking a bit in his English skills and didn't add much information. Also, we wish we had more time there. Considering the long trip, I'd recommend the time there to be an hour longer at least, getting one hour later to the hotel.
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Its a fabulous place to visit...
Marilyn M
, oct 2015
Its a fabulous place to visit however we went from Kusadasi which took 3 hours to get there and we only had 1hr 30min there which wasn't enough time to see and do everything, so its great to see but check out how long it takes to get there so you can have as much time there to take everything in.

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