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It was a hot day when we visited the hierapolis. Climbing up from the shop area was fairly tough, however, it was worth the effort. We were met with an incredible sight as we went through the gate. Very well preserved compared to a few...More
I visited the Hierapolis Archeology museum by myself while my family were wondering through the terraces. If you enjoy Roman archeology this is a must see, housed in former Roman baths you get a real sense of how the Roman’s treated their dead. Although parts...More
If you have been to other places like ephesus, and you are not much of history or ancient sites fan then just visit the theatre it's very well preserved, and on the way to springs anyways, if you have issues walking they have carts you...More
I like this place very much. Even after so many centuries this place looked so fresh. Travelers' Paradise.
One should preferably take the buggy or Bus from the entry points (cost 30-35 Lyra) while going there and then walk while returning.
You pay extra to visit the museum but it is well worth the small cost . The museum is well set out and the exhibits are clearly labelled with comprehensive explanations. As well as exhibiting finds from Hieropolis the museum also has finds from minor...More
Th museum is in the middle and has a separate charge, in one room they are showing sarcophagi which are elaborately carved stunning in fact. Some of these are almost 2000 years old and the carving is easily understandable.