Perge, Side & Aspendos Tour
Side. This seaside archaeological site has some impressive structures. You will see marble columns, the ancient theater and the temple of Apollo.
Perge: The first stopping point is the ancient city of Perge. Perge, which perfectly reflects Roman architecture, was built after the end of the Trojan War. It is. Once you enter the archaeological site, your tour guide will give you some interesting details about the history of the place. Among the most interesting structures are the city walls, the ancient theatre, the ancient stadium used for gladiators and the acropolis dating back to the Bronze Age.
Aspendos: According to the program, the next stop will be in the ancient city of Aspendos by the Köprüçay River. This city was among the best-known and most important cultural and commercial centers during the Roman period. Among the ruins is an impressive ancient theater with a capacity of 15,000 people. This theater is still used in various festivals and cultural events.
Side: The next stopping point is the ancient city of Side. This seaside archaeological site has some impressive structures. You will see marble columns, the ancient theater and the temple of Apollo, among others. You can also enjoy the view of the blue waters of the Mediterranean while you are there.
Manavgat Waterfall: At the end of the trip, we will head towards the National Park to visit the famous Manavgat Waterfall. The emerald green waters splashing into the lake and the beauty of the surrounding landscape will take your breath away from the first moments. You will have the chance to take photos of this serene and stunning background.