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Perge, Aspendos and Kursunlu from Antalya

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• Intriguing look at Anatolian ruins dating back to 1500 BC • Visiting one of Turkey's best-preserved Roman theatres • Mouthwatering lunch with views over the Kursunlu Waterfalls • Opportunity to explore & bathe at the majestic waterfalls • Expert local guide provides insightful commentary

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Perge Ancient City

Depart in the morning and visit Perge, the place where, most of the statues that are on display in Antalya Museum were unearthed. An important city of ancient Parnphylia, originally settled by the Hitites around 1500 BC. St.Paul visited Perge on his first missionary journey. The theatre stage has finely carved marble reliefs and other carvings from around the city are displayed in the stadium. Amateur archaeologists will want to see the handsome city gate flanked by two lofty towers, and the long colonnaded road once paved with mosaics and lined with shops, a large agora, the public baths and a gymnasium. After visiting Perde, the coach drives to Kursunlu Waterfalls. You will be refreshed & relaxed by these breathtaking waterfalls. After lunch by the river, we will next proceed to Aspendos, which bears one of the best preserved Roman theatres in Anatolia. We are sure you will be impressed by the architecture and the acoustics of the theatre.

Duration: 5 hour

Stop At: Aspendos Ruins and Theater

Depart in the morning and visit Perge, the place where, most of the statues that are on display in Antalya Museum were unearthed. An important city of ancient Parnphylia, originally settled by the Hitites around 1500 BC. St.Paul visited Perge on his first missionary journey. The theatre stage has finely carved marble reliefs and other carvings from around the city are displayed in the stadium. Amateur archaeologists will want to see the handsome city gate flanked by two lofty towers, and the long colonnaded road once paved with mosaics and lined with shops, a large agora, the public baths and a gymnasium. After visiting Perde, the coach drives to Kursunlu Waterfalls. You will be refreshed & relaxed by these breathtaking waterfalls. After lunch by the river, we will next proceed to Aspendos, which bears one of the best preserved Roman theatres in Anatolia. We are sure you will be impressed by the architecture and the acoustics of the theatre.

Duration: 5 hour

Stop At: Kursunlu Waterfalls

Depart in the morning and visit Perge, the place where, most of the statues that are on display in Antalya Museum were unearthed. An important city of ancient Parnphylia, originally settled by the Hitites around 1500 BC. St.Paul visited Perge on his first missionary journey. The theatre stage has finely carved marble reliefs and other carvings from around the city are displayed in the stadium. Amateur archaeologists will want to see the handsome city gate flanked by two lofty towers, and the long colonnaded road once paved with mosaics and lined with shops, a large agora, the public baths and a gymnasium. After visiting Perde, the coach drives to Kursunlu Waterfalls. You will be refreshed & relaxed by these breathtaking waterfalls. After lunch by the river, we will next proceed to Aspendos, which bears one of the best preserved Roman theatres in Anatolia. We are sure you will be impressed by the architecture and the acoustics of the theatre.

Duration: 5 hour