Denizli has opened it’s new cable car from the neighborhood of Bağbaşı to the top of the mountain. This cable car takes visitors to the top of the mountain to have the view of Denizli, and also to visit the picnic area, as well as camping and a tea garden.
To get to the Denizli cable car, you can take a taxi or minibus from in front of the Denizli bus station. The minibus is called “Yeniyol” and you can ask the driver for the Teleferik stop. You will then walk up the hill following the signs posted there.
Eat ‘N Joy Restaurant And Bar is a very popular social venue in Denizli’s trendiest neighborhood, Çamlık. Close to the university, it attract a young and somewhat more liberal crowd than anywhere else in Denizli Read More
Helva is a Turkish dessert made from sesame seeds, sugar, tahini, and sometimes nuts or chocolate. Read More
çiğ köfte is traditionally a meatball made from raw ground lamb but in today’s culture is most often composed of wheat and tomato paste. Read More
Esnaf Lokantasi are local cafeteria style restaurants catering to tradesmen and workers. Read More
Nefis Kurufasulyeci is a small garden restaurant in Denizli’s city center, which serves delicious, house-made traditional Turkish food and desserts
Most people come to Denizli to visit Pamukkale and Hierapolis during the summer (June-October) mostly because the weather is warm, but this does not mean Pamukkale is not fun to visit in the winter.
Yildirim Hotel Denizli is happy to be ranked #1 on Tripadvisor in Denizli, the closest city to Pamukkale. There are many hotels around Pamukkale, but their quality is generally quite low, and there is little else to see other than Hierapolis. Consider staying in Denizli to get a feel for the local culture, restaurants, and live entertainment.