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We spent a golfing week in Belek, and were advised to visit Aspendos which was only about 30 minutes away. We were most impressed at how well it had been preserved. We didn't have a guide but were able to go right to the top...More
Must visit when you are in Antalya. Large amphitheater, they called it one of ancient ruins but it's still on strong condition.
Bring your hat and sunglasses when you are here, and obviously camera. There is souvenir shop in the main gate as well.
Simply one of the best preserved, albeit partially-restored, Roman amphitheatres. Strongly recommended even if you only have a passing interest in history. Although the theatre is rightfully the main attraction don't neglect to explore the ruined city on the hill behind which possesses a stadium,...More
We decided to visit that place because we had seen it on tv and we were not disappointed! The entrance was 35 lira which is not a small amount for turkish people but we payed that gladly because that place needs to be kept in...More
Aspendos theatre is truly lovely. There are a lot of historical sites in Turkey and you may not want to visit them all but if you want to see a well preserved theatre then come and see it. Its about a 30 minute drive from...More
very hard to find an excursion to this place as it is an hours out of the way drive away but a barman in the flying horse arranged to take us fro 200 tl and also gave us a stoop over tour of the Aspendos...More
We visited 4 ancient Roman amphitheater’s in Turkey during our trip, and the one at Aspendos was the grandest and least rustic thanks to restoration. On the day we visited there was a gladiator present who stalked around creating atmosphere. You can enter this with...More