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A little overrated but still worth a visit.

Ignore the usual exaggerations: this is not off the beaten track- thousands of turks visit it every... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
wonderingcorse
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Haifa, Israel
So worth it

I went with a private car out of Kahta with kommemgene travel I did a whole package - I think it... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
zuni P
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Lagunitas, California
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Adiyaman 50100, Turkey
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Ignore the usual exaggerations: this is not off the beaten track- thousands of turks visit it every month and its not the most magical, awe inspiring etc. sight you have ever seen unless your travel life began yesterday. The bottom line: 2 groups of statues,...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I went with a private car out of Kahta with kommemgene travel I did a whole package - I think it was way over priced but I already did it . You can get a taxi for 150 TL to nemrut Go to the tourist...More

1  Thank zuni P
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Reviewed 12 April 2018

Wear comfortable walking shoes with good grip and take along some water as the tumulus is high up and there is nothing available there.Best to visit early morning or later afternoon.to avoid the crowds .

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Reviewed 9 April 2018

My wife and myself took a private tour with Yuki Tour for a 3D2N to Mt Nemrut which comes with a personal guide (MeiMei, is a friendly helpful guy), a driver and car. They picked us from Adiyaman Airport and then straight to our tour....More

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Reviewed 26 March 2018

Although we had to climb hundreds of stairs to get there before sunset, we competely forgot how tired we were as soon as we realised how beautiful the site was. The view was breathtaking. That's why, we went there one more time early in the...More

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Reviewed 30 October 2017

I was aiming for the sun rise and took a last minute decision to go for sunset and it was amazing.. Reached the top from the West terrace and the path is nicely made to the top.. Next day morning sun rise was very disappointing...More

3  Thank Madhuri M
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

Despite is one of the Unesco word heritage monuments it’s not so well known like many of other touristic attraction in Turkey like Cappadocia or Pamukkale. And maybe that’s why I liked it, They are no hotels and many restaurants in the zone, but when...More

1  Thank Kokoyza
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Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

it is a so rare antique tomb. you can't see a place like this. because this place show you power of nature and people from many centuries ago. take a note this place to go before dying.

1  Thank Gökhan Y
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Extraordinary Impressive Beautiful! 300 BC Kommagene Kingdom wanted to connect two biggest culture/empire, the east [Persian Empire] with the west [Roman Empire] Sunrise is a must see at Mount Nemrut. 1 hour driving from Adiyaman, great entrance with clean toilets and terrace restaurant for breakfast....More

3  Thank Osman Y
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Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

A fascinating UNESCO world heritage site built 2 millennia ago by a Roman emperor because he could. It's still a fairly isolated rural area now so can only imagine what it was like then and why he chose it. I did a sunset tour that...More

6  Thank Robert C
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Emilia S
5 March 2018|
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Response from Madhuri M | Reviewed this property |
i guess the travel restrictions are there as those cities are quite close to the Syrian border.. it got nothing to do with the nationality really.. Turks are very friendly and helpful so nothing to worry.. and its totally... More
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Response from Osman Y | Reviewed this property |
Of course it is safe. Mt. Nemrut is in Adiyaman. People are very nice. Diyarbakir, Gaziantep and Sanliurfa are also safe but those are cities near the border with Syria. People are very nice. I can also recommend a travel... More
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