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Priene, Miletos and Didim are three cities that I recommend to visit if in southwest Turkey. There are some very unique features about all these cities. At Miletos again it was the theatre. Not much of the city ruins have yet been excavated but whatever...More
One of the problems you will face in the touristic sites is Turkey is that they are usualy extremely crowded. Miletus is an exception to that. It is situated in a quiet area, near Didim, and it is almost never crowded. The entrance fee is...More
This is well worth a visit. Historically it used to be the main Harbour until the water was re-routed.
It’s guarded and amazingly well kept.
Refreshments on site and plenty of parking.
If you are disabled, you cannot access ruins.
The theatre with its imposing pillars around the grand seats is huge and magnificent. The rest of the site is open and unshaded. But the lion guarding the old port sunk in the ground is worth seeking out, the massive nympheum fountain next to the...More
It's a great daytrip from Kusadasi, less than 2 hrs drive and there's plenty to see at both sites. Unlike Ephesus, there are no crowds to fight ; as a matter of fact, when we were there, we were the only tourists.
When you arrive,...More
We hired a car to get to Miletus from Bodrum; the drive took less than two hours and is quite a leisurely day trip. Parking is reasonable TL 5 and the admission is TL 8 per adult which is great value for money. Despite Miletus...More
We hired a car and promised ourselves that we would go and it was a very pleasant afternoon though had to leave elderly friend behind as the steps and walking were not for her ,loved the place i know that its not Ephesus but its...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Miletus. This huge site had been built over many times over the centuries that followed the first major structures such as the theatre which had been built by the Ancient Greeks in about 700BC. This does not detract from...More