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* You can walk down barefooted in the waterfalls from the village. The place is crowded when the tour-buses arrive. No shoes are allowed on the travertines. If you don't want to walk back to top, you can use the buses dropping off people back to top, which depart from near lower end of the travertines. You should wear a swimming suit. A lot of people bathe in the baths here.
 
* You can walk down barefooted in the waterfalls from the village. The place is crowded when the tour-buses arrive. No shoes are allowed on the travertines. If you don't want to walk back to top, you can use the buses dropping off people back to top, which depart from near lower end of the travertines. You should wear a swimming suit. A lot of people bathe in the baths here.
 
* It is also worth making the effort to get to the remains of the ancient city of [[Aphrodisias]]—one of the best preserved Roman sites in [[Southern Aegean|southeastern Aegean]]. You can rent a van from [[Denizli]] to get there. Local bus companies will arrange bussing for 30-40 TL.
 
* It is also worth making the effort to get to the remains of the ancient city of [[Aphrodisias]]—one of the best preserved Roman sites in [[Southern Aegean|southeastern Aegean]]. You can rent a van from [[Denizli]] to get there. Local bus companies will arrange bussing for 30-40 TL.
* Bathe in the mineral hot springs. This is an enclosed pool, with an additional entrance fee of 50 TL as of May 2019, above waterfalls.
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* Bathe in the mineral hot springs. This is an enclosed pool, with additional entrance fee of 32 TL as of September 2015, above waterfalls.
 
* Of moderate interest might be visiting [[Denizli]]. It's a bit dull but there's a lively market.
 
* Of moderate interest might be visiting [[Denizli]]. It's a bit dull but there's a lively market.
  

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