Since there is no charge for the hot springs on Pamukkale, there are a lot of tourists coming to this hot spring. Enter the bath and be sure to barefoot to prevent the soles from wearing the limestone of Pamukkale. It is not smooth to step on the cotton. It is even a little difficult to walk up, but in order to protect this gift of nature, most tourists still regard it as a free foot massage. Stretching into the foot, the warm spring water makes people have the urge to soak in immediately. Especially in the hot summer, the warm and cool spring water is even more grateful for the miracle given by nature. "Cotton" is turning yellow, and Pamukkale was first discovered by the Romans.