Colorful hot air balloons dotted the skies of Pamukkale in southwestern Turkey again.
After five months Hot air balloons up in the skies again in Turkey.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site in Denizli province is famous for its mineral-rich thermal waters and white travertine terraces.
The balloon tours, which give visitors the chance to take in the area’s natural splendor from up above, were grounded on March 15 as part of measures to curb the spread of Coronavirus.
Pamukkale’s Kocacukur area swarmed with tourists on Saturday morning, who lined up for their balloon rides at sunrise wearing masks and following social distancing rules.