The next morning in Pamukkale city, we got up early and drove to Travertine. Travertine are basically the hot springs formed by the calcium deposits over years. If you want to see and enjoy the turquoise water, get up as early in the morning to reach this place. the booking counter opens at 7 am around. One ticket is worth 60-70 lira approx. By 9, the crowd here gets so high that if you take a picture, you will only get people behind not the water or calcium deposits. The entrance ticket enables you to visit other ruins under this premises along with antique pools. If you're really interested in knowing history of ancient Roman times, get a local guide available there. Another major attraction and important site to see here is Hierapolis' amphitheater. Once the tour of this property is done, you can drive around this small city for good food. Since all the hotels and restaurants are located near the Travertine area, it will not be difficult for you to find a good bar or cafe. I would suggest you to have lunch at whitehouse restaurant and cafe which has got santorini vibes. If you're in the city for dinner, try kayas restaurant.