Difference between revisions of "Pamukkale"
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Pamukkale is in Aegean Turkey.
The 12000 seat Roman theater should not be missed.
You can walk down barefooted in the waterfalls from the village on top. The place is crowded when the tour-buses arrive.
If you stay at one of the small pensions they might give you a tour of the ruins and travertines at night.
It is worth seeing the remains of the ancient city of Aphrodisias. You can rent a van to get there.
you can eat anything you want from the beatiful city of Denizli
There are small family-run pensions at the village south of the travertines. Most have swimming-pools filled with the warm greenish milky water from the travertines. They also offer very delicious Turkish food.