Perge was an ancient and important city of Pamphylia. Aspendos Ancient Theatre is incredibly well preserved. Its coastal location made side a desirable trading port. With a brief information, We try to explain about these sites. But if you would like to discover more, you can join Daily Side Perge Aspendos Tour. This tour includes entrance fees, pick up&drop off services and accompany a tour guide during the tour. The daily tour, which is mentioned below, STARTS FROM antalya city. But we can still offer you different options. If you would like, you can start this tour from Istanbul, pamukkale, ephesus, fethiye, cappadocia or other destinations in turkey. From these destinations, transportation can be by plane including flight ticket (If domestic flights are possible) or by bus including intercity bus ticket. Up to your wishes,however you want, We can do our best. For more details, here we are to help you. This tour is operated on regular or private basis and all year around.
Beginning of this tour with Perge. It was an ancient and important city of Pamphylia. It is believed that Perge was founded after the Trojan War by Greek settlers. Perge, as a city of Pamphylia, prospered very much under the Roman Empire and this important Roman city flourished with wealth of both public and private buildings. As ruins can be seen a 15,000 seat theatre, an agora, gymnasium, baths and necropolis. Perge was divided by two main, 20 m wide colonnaded streets. One ran north-south for 200 m from the Antique Gate.
Then we depart for the Aspendos Ancient Theatre.This incredibly well preserved ancient theatre was built in the 2nd centrury A.D.,it has a capacity of 15,000 people and its still being used for festivals and music concerts.
After visit to Aspendos , we have lunch in a restaurant.
Later on , we visit Side. Its location is next to the sea on a peninsula The ruins of ancient Side are among of the most spectacular that remain in the modern world and exhibit hundreds of years of Greek life in the Roman Empire.
Its coastal location made Side a desirable trading port. And with ancient ruins, Side is well worth a visit to those seeking ancient exploration.
When we finish our visits , we drive back and drop off hotels.