There was a high concentration of domestic tourists in Pamukkale Turkey, where admission is free in honour of International Museum Day. Tourists had a taste of the moment in the white paradise, and they also expressed a lot of curiosity in Hierapolis and its museum. There was a density in Denizli as well as across the nation as a result of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism’s announcement:
“On the International Museum Day, which is celebrated on May 18 every year to protect the world cultural heritage and promote museology, all museums and ruins throughout Turkey can be visited free of charge.”
Local tourists have flocked to Pamukkale, a white paradise that welcomes travellers all year round with its thermal springs and ancient cities nearby and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Many people experienced their first time at Pamukkale, where a crowd gathered early in the morning due to the fact that it was free. While it was evident that some people had never been to Pamukkale before, the locals who took photos took the time to capture those special occasions.
The ancient city of Hierapolis and the Hierapolis Archaeological Museum were both busy with local tourists who took advantage of Museum Day.
Emrah Kaya, who claimed to have come to the city for a vacation and subsequently planned to travel everywhere, said,
“We came to Denizli, and while we were here, we wanted to experience the taste of this place. Because it is Museum Week, I will go to each of the historical sites here individually. I really enjoyed it. Excellent for both tourists and us. I considered giving out museum cards, and the authorities were supportive. I strongly advise everyone to get the museum card because it is really very beneficial. It is important to visit historical sites because they are amazing locations.”