The first guests of Denizli Cable Car were trainers: After the cable car, which Denizli people have long dreamed of, was put into service, the first guests were trainers. The educators who admired the complex project that will make Denizli a brand in plateau tourism, experienced the pride of being the first people to be hosted in the facility. Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci, Governor Şükrü Kocatepe and Metropolitan Mayor Osman Zolan met with educators for breakfast.
The first guests of the complex project, which Denizli people have long dreamed of and will make the city a brand in highland tourism, were educators. Denizli Metropolitan Municipality hosted the educators at a breakfast organized in Bağbaşı Plateau. The event held in Bağbaşı Plateau was attended by Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci, Denizli Governor Şükrü Kocatepe, Denizli Deputy Mehmet Yüksel, Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Osman Zolan, Pamukkale District Governor Veysel Beyru, Merkezefendi District Governor Şükrü Görücü, Denizli National Education Director Mahmut Oğuz and many teachers. the school administrator attended. In the early hours of the morning, the delegation climbed to an altitude of 1400 meters with the cable car at the entrance of Bağbaşı Urban Forest and came together at the breakfast held on the plateau. In his speech, Denizli Director of National Education Mahmut Oğuz stated that they are very proud of the gesture made to the education community, and thanked Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Osman Zolan and his team for bringing such a facility to Denizli.
“We dreamed and we did it“
Mayor Zolan said, “Thank God we dreamed, we started and we put this cable car and plateau into service without any accident. Denizli is a very rich city in its mountains and plateaus. But unfortunately, Pamukkale, our ancient cities and other tourism areas have always come to the fore when tourism is mentioned. We wanted to bring our people together with our mountains and roots. Thank God, we are here today. I hope you liked it ”he said. Pointing out that they do not want the cable car to have a single function, Mayor Zolan said: “We thought that the cable car should have second and third functions, not just to watch Denizli and get off. Then, we came to this plateau and created both our tent areas and our wooden houses. We wanted to have picnic areas where our people can come with their children and also have a picnic, such as our restaurant cafe and our plateau kebab restaurant. "