Are you a history lover and enthusiastic about nature? Then this trip is definitely for you.
The popular city of Antalya is best known for its ancient ruins spread all across the region. However, if you don’t have a car it is very tricky to tick them off. Through this full-day trip, you are going to explore the Roman ruins of Aspendos, Side (pronounced as seeday), and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Perge. This tour has 4 main attractions which also include the scenic Kursunlu waterfall.
Our driver will come to pick you up around 08:00 from your hotel in luxury comfortable transport. The timings for the pick up is flexible depending upon your hotel location. Once we started the tour our first stop will be the city of Perge. The city was the capital of Pamphylia. It has a monumental gate with fortified towers to greet the visitors. In Perge, you will be amazed to see the Angora columns, Roman Baths, Nympharium, Stadium, and Colonnaded Street. The stadium which the ground for selecting the best candidate for the crown of laurels.
After a thorough visit to the place and listening to the experienced tour guide about the history we will move to our next destination which is Aspendos. Built-in the 2nd century A.D this is the world’s best-preserved ancient theater. With majestic walls, stage, and arcades the theater has the capacity of 15,000 people. Interestingly the theater is still used for musical concerts and events.
- Lunch – 3-course lunch
- Professional guide
- Hotel/airport pickup and drop-off
- Entry/Admission – Kursunlu Waterfalls
What’s not included
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Step back in time on a history tour
- All entrance fees included
- Lunch included
The journey continues with the next stop for lunch at the restaurants located at the edge of the Eurymedon River. Here you will enjoy the best Turkish cuisine looking around and freshen yourself with scenic views. The Side is next on the list of our tour destinations. Here you will experience the sanity of this gorgeous city evolving by the Mediterranean sea for centuries. The history remembered this city as the biggest market for slave traders and pirates. Among the stone houses of the city, you will also witness the incredible monuments of Apollo and Athena.
This memorable journey ends with the last visit to the Kursunlu waterfall where you have the opportunity to take some magical shots for your travel diary.
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