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A historical site not to be missed. Just off Atatürk Boulevard you’ll see the impressive three double arches of the gates, which were erected in 130 to celebrate the visit of Emperor Hadrian. Legend has it that in ancient times, the queen of Sheba passed through the middle arch on her way to Aspensos and spent a happy night with King Salomon. With the exception of the columns, the arch is made from white marble and is richly decorated.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Old Town, Antalya, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Hadrian's Gate is antique location. It is beautiful. Here is many tourists. Here you can drink fruits juice. Enjoy!

Thank lafera4
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is old location have more of restaurants and shopping markets. Streets very tight so don't inter by car. Good site for walking.

Thank يوسف أ
Reviewed 1 week ago

AC 130... 19 centuries.. Still exist. We are lucky because when the old city extends, the city defence walls covered this door and for many years not been used.

Thank erkin53
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a day trip to Antalya which included the waterfall into the sea ( waterfall into the sea seen from a distance- not overally impressive but I guess an additional stop for the tour guide) tour on the boat at Antalya, watch out for...More

Thank Nigel B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enter the old city thru the gates and take a walk round the little alleys taking in the history! Views of the sea amazing!

Thank Niloofar L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

an easy attraction to see. it's nice to walk through towards the shops and restaurants close by. read up on this history first to get more out of it.

Thank kristyrebecca
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are in the old city vicinity you should see hadrians gate. It is an experience. Very nice and lovely to see. They light it up in the evening too.

Thank Humakn
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In my historyclass - Many years ago- I heard about Hadrians wall, but I did'nt know that Hadrian put his mark on south Turkey too. Amasing.

Thank thue724
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Not alot to say, if you love history it's a must and knowing all those people which passed through these gates just makes you feel humble, tho I would kindly advise to protect it more so our children and grandchildren can one day also enjoy...More

Thank Moin Y
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Ask the locals for directions. Go through the gate to get to old town and then old harbour. Then take the glass lift back to the top for taxi rank.

Thank Victoria I
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25 August 2016|
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Response from Mohamed S | Reviewed this property |
No manager there you can go and enjoy, it's free
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15 March 2016|
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Response from wismail_01 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Sahara. Hadrians gate is situated on one of the main roads in Antalya. The tram passes by it and there is a stop right across from it. Depending where you are located in Antalya you may need to take a taxi which is... More