Perge Aspendos Side from Antalya will be unforgettable. An experienced guide will tell you a lot about perge's history. Fans of antiquity will find unique sights that have survived despite the earthquake. This is a trail left by the Greeks who once lived here, and then the Romans. It was once considered the holy place of Artemis. There was a magnificent temple dedicated to the goddess of fertility. However, the building has not survived to this day, excavations could not find traces of this majestic structure.
Start your tour with a tour of Perga, the former capital of Pamphilia and one of the largest archaeological sites in the region. You will see a long road with colonnades and remnants of Agora, as well as the temple of Artemis and the Roman theater outside the city. Learn about St. Paul's visit during his first missionary journey and the city's role in early Christianity.
Then head to the ancient Greco-Roman city of Aspendos, on the map of which you can see the impressive and well-preserved Roman theater, which stood for almost 1,800 years. Dine on the riverbank and visit the nearby Manavgat Falls to enjoy the idyllic scenery of the region. The natural attraction is surrounded by pines and cedars and is a multi-stage cascading system connecting seven bodies of water to each other.
Concerts at the Aspendos Theatre are held with enviable regularity. You can attend such a concert. Going on Tour of the Lights of Anatolia from Antalya.
Next, you can see Aspendos on your own, which is far from the main tourist routes, and it is impossible to walk to the sea, as the infrastructure is poorly developed. There are no regular hotels, and there are only souvenir shops and small cafes. However, it plays a completely different role - instead of resting, it offers tourists educational excursions into the past. According to an ancient legend, Aspendos was founded immediately after the Trojan War. Achy colonists arrived in Pamphilia and, under the leadership of the mythological hero, laid a new place near the Eurymedon River. Gradually, the trading city developed to such an extent that began to mint its own coins.
The last stop in the city of Side, attractions, and excursions, which can be seen with your own eyes. It has been one of the most important trading ports in the Mediterranean for centuries. Its location made it a target for invaders. First for the Persians, the Greek settlers, and then Alexander the Great. As a result of numerous invasions and a number of natural disasters, the city has become an abandoned territory, leaving behind only ruins, which today is considered one of its most attractive values. Walking through the ruins will allow you to see the ancient temple of Apollo and the Roman public bath, now a museum, which houses a collection of relics from ancient times of the city. If you are interested in the ancient history of Turkey, the guide will tell you how to get to the old city of Side.
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All holidaymakers who want to diversify their holiday and enjoy the beautiful views will be able to go to Perge-Aspendos-Side from Antalya. We offer convenient bus transfers and low prices. You can book a tour by phone or online on the website. No prepayment is required - full payment is made on arrival. If you have any questions about Perge-Aspendos-Side from Antalya, contact the manager, and he will provide full advice.