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After reading a few reviews saying that it wasn’t worth bothering with but l thought whist we were there anyway, l’d go and have a swim anyway. Fortunately it was out of season - busy but not too crowded.
If you’re thinking of going, l...More
It's free to see the pools and wander around the grounds. Swimsuits and towels are available for purchase in the gift store if you forget to bring your own. Lockers are available to rent to secure your belongings. Private changing rooms are available and outdoor...More
I’ve never been anyplace on the planet so far that you can swim in a hot spring with ancient ruins! The temple of Apollo fell into Cleopatras natural hot springs in 2,000 B.C. after a earthquake. Not only do you have the opportunity to swim...More
Admission fee of 50TL was way too expensive to dip in a warm fish pond. Not sure about the health benefits, but there were certainly loads of algae and micro algae in the water. Really small pool with ancient ruins and columns in it made...More
Just returned from visiting Pamukkale after 22 years. Much has changed. Has been completely captured by ministry for tourism. So the park has been beautifully landscaped but now cafes and gift shops there to grab every penny.
Last time you could get up the travertine...More
Soooo nice taking a dip in this pool on a hot day. Do be prepared to do an underwater obstacle course to get to certain points of the pool though. There are a couple of columns in the water to climb over.
Note, you do...More
We visited Cleopatra's pool during an excursion to Pamukkale and Hierapolis and were very glad that we did. There is an additional charge of, I think, 50 TLR per person to use the pool. It was quite busy but it was an experience walking through...More
It’s part of green tour, in green tour this is only activity I liked was cleopatra pool stay hours together, from Pemukkale it’s less than 10 min walk, opposite to cleopatra pool ( Antique pool ) there Statue of Rooster
As previous reviewers said, I didn’t see any evidence of towels. They give you a locker key on a band for your locker for a deposit. There is also a set of open boxes for your shoes at the entrance to the pool as you’re not... More
As previous reviewers said, I didn’t see any evidence of towels. They give you a locker key on a band for your locker for a deposit. There is also a set of open boxes for your shoes at the entrance to the pool as you’re not allowed to wear them (even flip flops).
There are a couple of open showers and a few lockable changing rooms.