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All reviews the main road busy road great acoustics free entry ancient theatre piece of history worth a visit steep hill nice place to visit take photos turkey walk around concert bodrum romans dolmus restoration
We have a book written Yaşar Yilmaz; 115 ancient sites and 119 Amphiteater.This means each site has at least one amphiteater but few have two.Bodrum is one of them with best view to sea and Bodrum Castle.Noawadys it is used also for concert of music
Definitely worth a visit, although is it a bit of a walk from the bay front. The amphitheatre was built around the 4th century BC and is still in use today! You get the most stunning viewd of Bodrum from the top, and entry is...More
This amphitheater is on a hill overlooking Bodrum with stunning views of the bay. It’s location on a busy road makes parking difficult. Concerts are held here during the summer - bring a cushion ! If interested in history and archeology this site is worth...More
Sitting in this amphitheater on concrete steps, with cushions for our delicate backsides, where Romans once did exactly the same thing was amazing!
Great concert, fabulous ambience and remember the higher up you sit, the better the view across the sea to Kos is!!! No...More
It is on the main road from Bodrum to Turgutreis. I don't know where you are in Bodrum but from the marina or castle area (centrum/downtown) it is approx. 2 km. You can have taxi. The cost will be acceptable. Or there are... More
It is on the main road from Bodrum to Turgutreis. I don't know where you are in Bodrum but from the marina or castle area (centrum/downtown) it is approx. 2 km. You can have taxi. The cost will be acceptable. Or there are minibuses from the central station (which is very close to castle area by walking) you can ask for the one which passes in front of theatre. From other bays, like Günbay, Turna etc. it is better to have public transport to the downtown then trying to reach theatre. Even some of them can use a route which could has a stop in front of theatre.