Pamukkale’s bright-white terraces are unquestionably one of Turkey’s most photographed sights, glittering incongruously above the rural town like newly fallen snow. The ancient spa city of Hierapolis, whose huge ruins sprawl out along the hilltop close to the famous travertines, was founded on the warm mineral water that runs through them. Pamukkale, one of the best places to go in Turkey for families, is also a wonderful starting point for seeing surrounding ancient monuments such as Laodicea, Tripolis, and, most notably, the beautiful ruins of Afrodisias, which house an extraordinary collection of Roman marble statues.
During the Eid al-Fitr vacation, local and international travelers flocked to Pamukkale, a white wonderland that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Due to Ramadan, the Pamukkale Travertines, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its thermal waters and neighboring historic cities, has been extremely busy. The scene of vibrant photographs was the occasional wait in the travertines, where local and foreign guests took advantage of the festival.
Citizens who overlooked the air temperature enjoyed the occasion by bathing in thermal water in Cleopatra’s old pool. During their visit to Pamukkale Turkey, tourists from many provinces and countries made sure to capture the event by taking several photographs.
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Kseniya Sheleg, who returned from Russia with her family after falling in love with Pamukkale Turkey, where she had first visited five years ago, stated:
“I came here before with my son when he was 1 year old, we came 5 years ago. I find it very beautiful, a very large historical monument has been included in UNESCO. It’s a place everyone should see. How did it stay so far, it’s been beautifully looked after. I came with my mother this time, and my son, my wife, came. It’s a must-see, because it’s a huge historical monument. I recommend it to everyone, I recommend it, once it has to be come. Everything is well maintained and enjoyable.”
Thanksgiving Ramaks stated that Pamukkale had gotten more attractive than in previous years:
“I come from Izmir Karsiyaka, I found Pamukkale magnificent. I’d say it’s just great. I came 3 years ago and 5 years ago, but it’s even better.