Shops in Turkey are no longer allowed to advertise alcohol, but they use the color scheme of Efes Beer, as a handy loophole. Just look for a sign with a blue-gold-white wave and they almost surely sell beer, wine, and liquor inside.
A nice house in Denizli where Ataturk once stayed. It is not a small (and free) museum about Turkish culture.
Kaleiçi is the historical city center of Denizli, remaining from a time when having castle walls was necessary for protection, the area is today packed full of tiny shops, craftsmen, and cafes.
The historical Vakirflar hamam (Turkish bath) in Denizli is just a few hundred meters from Yildirim Hotel!
A lot of people wonder which is better, to stay in Pamukkale or Denizli to visit the travertines and historic city at Hierapolis. The answer to this question really depends on what you are hoping to get from your stay.
There are several major bus companies, and some smaller companies, who offer services to Denizli from all of the major cities in Turkey including
Many of our guests who wish to visit Pamukkale here in Denizli also want to go to Fethiye, and the best way to go is with Fethiye Seyahat, which works in cooperation with Pamukkale bus company. The bus departs from Denizli at at 8:30, 10:30, 13:30, 15:30 and 17:30.
There is no need to book in advance for fethiye, there are even no big buses which go there because it is not that far away, just three hours. I would recommend the bus company Fethiye – Seyahat. (they are a very local company and have no website.), and you can buy tickets at the bus station when you arrive in Denizli.
Kaklık cave, on Denizli- Afyon- Ankara and Denizli Çivril highways, and 30 km away from Denizli provincial centre, 2 km away from main tour route which is over road route at international Çardak Airport at 45 km and in Kaklık town of Honaz District is uniquely beautiful in respect of its formation and development feature as well as its interesting travertines and pools similar to Pamukkale,
Keloglan Cave which is 6 kilometers from Bademli. The trail is of moderate difficulty to hike and leads through the forest. The cave is approximately 145 metres deep with a vast number of spectacular stalactite and stalagmite formations. The unique quality of the air in the inside of the cave has a beneficial effects on health especially for visitors suffering from shortness of breath, asthma, bronchitis and other ailments. The cave is situated on a cliff facing the south-east and offers a spectacular view to the Eseler mountains.
Theater: It is in the city center and built with Roman construction style and in a suitable way for formation of area.
Public Bath: It takes place approximately 200 m. east of the theater. It is located at the outer side of the city ramparts.Outer walls are partly survived.
Castle and Ramparts: Tripolis surrounded by ramparts during Late Roman and Byzantine Period. Built on sloping grounds, ramparts of the city were supported by bastions, watchtowers and thick walls in some parts.
Necropolis: It is at the east and south slopes of the ramparts. In this place rock tombs, graves with podiums and tombs can be seen.
Colossae : It is located at 25 km south of Denizli city and 2 km north of Honaz County. It is on the south roadway that has been used since Ancient times. It is one of the most important centers placed in Great Frigia. It is one of the 6 biggest cities of Frigia according to Ksenephon.
There is a castle ruin remained from Ottoman Period. Ruins of Colossae antic city, an Acropolis, can be seen around tumulus hill and surrounding areas. At north of tumulus, there are tombs engraved to rock to be built as room and house type.