At 08.30 pick up from your hotel and drive to Hierapolis ancient city. We are going to see the largest Necropolis of the ancient times. The cemetery dates between 2C BC- 3C AD and has 1200 tombs, 300 epitaphs have been read and published. Roman Bath dates 2C AD, the structure was converted in to a church in 6C AD. Olive press used for processing olive oil. Frontinus Street with its Doric style façade extending 170 m to the Byzantine Gate, dates back to late 4C AD when the city grew they needed a defensive Wall around it. The Great Cathedral, dates 6C AD when the city was promoted to metropolis Phyrigia. The cathedral has narthex, three ailes and an apse. Plutonium, newly discovered as the shrine of Pluto. Agora was built in the 2C AD. It was one of the largest market place in the ancient world. The theater is one of the best well-preserved theatres of the ancient World and had a capacity of 12,000 persons. The Antique Pool, also known as Cleopatra’ Pool where you can swim among the ancient ruins in the water. After the archeological sightseeing, you are having free time about 1 hour then proceed to the Travertines where you can enjoy with by walking on the white terraces. The water has been coming underground and flowing down to the slopes for centuries. We are having lunch at a local restaurant then drive to Laodicea , entering from the Syrian Street which have been unearthed in recent years. The Agora where standing near by the enterance. The theater which was built by the Greeks with 12,000 persons capacity. The basilica, built i 6C AD. Corinthian Temple which has Roman style columns. The remainings of the gate of Ephesus which was dedicated to the Roman Emperor Domitian in the end of 1C AD. The stadium, built by the Romans and one of the biggest stadiums with an arena in Anatolia.
After the Pamukkale and Laodicea Tour sightseeing tour, drive back to the hotel
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