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The historical site of Perge, 18 kilometers east of Turkey, holds the vast remains of what was once the most propserous city of the ancient world. Enter by passing through the arch of the Roman Gate to be greeted by an amphitheater, the Hellenistic...more
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This is one to put on your trip list nad can be booked in conjunction with Aspendos, Side and Manavgat waterfall.
It a good good day out and is reasonable varied.
its a long day but worth the money.
The site is quite extensive and...More
Worth a visit but the place is in need of a good clean and restoration of the walking paths. There are only a few signs to describe the particular buildings. We suggest that you do research online before doing the visit.
We went along as part of our family holiday, really enjoyed learning about the old civilizations that lived there years ago. The area is really well preserved so with a bit of imagination you could picture it all. A bit f a shame the amphitheatre...More
Fantastic to see the progress being made by the archeological team clearly with government investment. If this was in the UK it would be the single most spectacular ancient site in the country, preserved by National Trust. Here it’s just some ruins off the beaten...More
If this is your thing then you will not be disappointed.
A great place with lots to see.
Entrance fee also includes the amphitheatre across the road.
One of the best visited since ephesus a few years ago.
If you are staying in antalya make...More
Response from LiamRoberts | Reviewed this property |
I’d shop around for a tour guide as the site works in partnership with Antalya Museum (where many of the funds are displayed) and one of the local universities. We used U Can Travel (with an office in Antalya) and their... More
I’d shop around for a tour guide as the site works in partnership with Antalya Museum (where many of the funds are displayed) and one of the local universities. We used U Can Travel (with an office in Antalya) and their guide was a Professor from the university, providing a historical tour of Perge, Aspendos and Side.
Response from Whitechris1 | Reviewed this property |
You questions have pretty much been mostly answered but I did want to clear up the issue with the Colosseum being closed for years. It is actually open for touring and it is by far one of the best preserved Greco-Roman... More
You questions have pretty much been mostly answered but I did want to clear up the issue with the Colosseum being closed for years. It is actually open for touring and it is by far one of the best preserved Greco-Roman theater's in the world. Exploring by foot is necessary but the path's and roads are not difficult to walk on. On a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the most difficult to navigate by foot, I would estimate that Perge would rate around a 2 to 3. Two hours would be a decent amount of time to explore as long as you're not a budding archaeologist.