Antalya Landmarks

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Antalya Landmarks

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  • Arvin B
    Tehran, Iran22 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic view with lots of restaurants and boats you can ride and enjoy the sightseeing. It is necessary to visit kaleici
    Written 22 March 2024
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  • Miriam F
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great site with plenty to see. Fantastic stadium and amphitheatre. Got there on the bus from Side. Very straightforward, Change at Madgvat bus station. Cost 260 ly. Its about 20 min walk from the drop off point. Definitely recommended.
    Written 13 April 2024
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  • Sergey Bykov
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful place with amazing and stunning views from the top, easy accessible with a car. It is definitely worth the visit.
    Written 23 March 2024
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  • Atis B
    Kharagpur, India463 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It’s a nicely preserved structure. It’s the entrance to the old city of Antalya. Beside this there remains a large part of the namesake wall. Once you enter through gate you can feel the ancient vibes of the Roman city.
    Written 3 January 2024
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  • Salaaar
    United Kingdom615 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very peaceful, beautiful architecture. There is a separate female section and I loved praying there. Tourists are welcome but they should cover up. Scarves and shawls available for females at the entrance.
    Written 3 January 2024
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  • Gintarė J
    Vilnius, Lithuania14 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The views of the surrounding environment are very beautiful. The environment is arranged and adapted for tourists. You can go up by lift. The only nuance was that it was very hot
    Written 10 July 2023
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  • Geoff H
    Sissinghurst, UK12 708 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The streets of the vielle ville (the old town) of Antalya are a haven of peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the modern city. It was a pleasure to wend our way down to the harbour, passing old mansions (some of which are still owned by residents and some of which have been turned into restaurants and shops). Once you have reached the harbour, you can either retrace your steps back to Hadrian's Gate or take a risky elevator up to Republic Square.
    Written 11 November 2023
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  • Geoff H
    Sissinghurst, UK12 708 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Situated in Republic Square, this imposing bronze monument features Ataturk (the founder of the Republic of Turkey) on horseback with a boy and a girl (representing the youth of Turkey) on either side. Unveiled in 1964, it is said to represent Ataturk leading Turkey through victorious battles up to the foundation of the Turkish Republic. Looking at this monument, which is also known as the National Ascension Monument, it is quite easy to see why people are moved to lay flowers at its base.
    Written 8 November 2023
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  • Az zee A
    London, UK400 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The main road running north to south with lots of restaurants, fast food places, banks, stalls and shops. Nice bustling atmosphere ideal for people watching. Tall palm tree lined and a few orange trees doted around. The T2 tram line runs along it. We used this road everyday
    Written 17 March 2022
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  • Departure811861
    Germany872 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Patara antique theatre can be seen from the entrance gate. From there it looks pretty much like a ruin, but that is a wrong first impression. The closer you get, the more you realize how much work must have been invested. Parts of the theatre were restored. Next to it former Likyan assembly hall looks even better - or quite modern. It seems to wait for politicians of our times to discuss topical problem in it … Take your time to explore the surroundings of the theatre!
    Written 10 September 2021
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  • Carol A S
    Marietta, GA4 202 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Hıdırlık Tower (a.k.a. Hıdırlık Kulesi) is a round stone tower on the north side of Karaalioglu Park. The Roman tower was originally built on a square plan in the 2nd century AD, but later modified to a circular shape. It has been used as a lighthouse and a fortification, anchoring the southern corner where the land walls of the city joined the sea walls. The 14m circular tower sits atop a square pedestal. A gate at the eastern side leads to a small room, and a narrow staircase. Regrettably, it is not open to the public. Standing at the base and looking out over the gulf and harbor, I could see how Hıdırlık Tower was of strategic importance to the security of the area. Its current name, Hıdırlık (literally "a place of Khidr") means a place where Hıdırellez festival (a spring celebration) takes place. The tower is beautifully lit at night, and and stands out over the harbor. The tower base can be accessed at any time with no entry fee.
    Written 29 December 2019
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  • Lindsey T
    Sheffield, UK78 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    On arrival they charged more than what we expected as we had seen prices on there Facebook page which they denied they had but was defo them, on showing them proof was told that was the price for Turkish people we as tourists had to pay more. As we had payed a lot in a minibus to get there we felt we had no choice but to pay. Once inside we felt it was a good experience but we’re not prepared to pay for the photos there photographers wanted to take which we told then so they left us alone. After the start we actually enjoyed the experience and took some really good photos ourselves, u do need to keep a look out for the pic opportunities. There i
    Was a few props missing along the way but over all it was a nice experience.
    Written 23 July 2022
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  • viktoriya999
    Shymkent, Kazakhstan14 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    very unusual and ancient, was happy to see this place and become lil bit more close to the history)intersting place
    Written 12 February 2015
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  • deyanpehlivanov7
    Brussels, Belgium136 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The elevator is one of several such in Antalya. Overall not bad, and you do get to see the city and marina from it, however there tend to be queues and t he maximum amount of people usually get onto the elevator. The resulting cramped conditions don’t provide a lot of opportunity to soak in the view however.
    Written 12 July 2022
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  • Carol A S
    Marietta, GA4 202 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Mosque is near the clock tower, and is one of the most important Ottoman mosques in the heart of Kaleiçi. It was built in the 18th century by the Beylerbey (Governor) Tekeli Mehmet Paşa. The main dome, which rises on a high rim, is supported by three semi domes, one each in the east, west, and south directions, as well as three domes on the northern side. The inside is beautifully decorated with delicate motifs, softly lit by the many dome windows. Colored tiles containing Koranic verses in taliq script (Arabic) decorate the pointed lunette windows and the base of the dome. The mosque was repaired extensively in 1886 and 1926. It is a peaceful place to pause for reflection after the hustle and bustle of Kaleiçi's shops and traffic. The mosque is beautifully lit at night. It is open daily with no entry fee, although a donation is appreciated. It is an active mosque, so may be closed during prayers. As a sign of respect, when visiting, modest clothing should be worn and shoes removed before entering. Scarves are available for loan to women without charge.
    Written 30 December 2019
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