Our service is available every day from the Alanya-Manavgat-Side-Belek-Antalya-Beldibi-Göynük-Kemer regions. At the specified time, we pick you up from the places you have indicated, then we begin to visit the capital of tourism.

We first visit Perge, which is 15 km away from Antalya. According to the legend, this ancient city is founded by the Trojans led by oracle Kalhas. We see roman theatre, a magnificent stadium for 10.000 audiences, Hellenistic gate, agora, Roman baths, the columns on the main roads, the nymphaeum, etc in this ancient city.

The nearby (50 km) ancient Greco-Roman city of Aspendos was located on the river Eurymedon (Köprüçay), was the largest city of ancient Pamphylia, the center of culture and trade of the southern region of present-day Anatolia, one of the first cities to mint its coin in the 5th century BC. here was established a school of Philosophy, where many philosophers of the time studied. The beautifully preserved and restored Aspendos amphitheater, built-in 155 AD, is a major tourist attraction and destination. Having previously accommodated up to 55,000 spectators, with excellent acoustics and stage decor, currently used for important cultural events, festivals, and concerts.

We, later on, visit the beautiful ancient city of Side, on the coast.

On the way back to Antalya, we will visit the Manavgat Waterfall, cool down, and enjoy the views, making a huge number of pictures for your memory and we bid you farewell to meet at another TALYA TOUR organization.

Departure Places

    NOTE: The tour cost is 40 USD for our guests who will be picked up from Belek-Boğazkent.

    NOTE: Reservations are confirmed if the full tour fee is paid. If you would like to cancel the tour and get a refund, you need to inform us 24 hours before the tour date.

    Cancellation Conditions

    Kışla mahallesi Güllük caddesi A. Tugayoğlu Apt. No: 22/N Muratpaşa /ANTALYA

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