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- A guided tour of important places
- All meals included
- English Speaking Guide
- Entrance Fees
- Professionally guided tour
- Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
- Excess baggage charge
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- Medical insurance and emergency insurance
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- Visa arrangements
Food & Drinks
In the Mediterranean cuisine, served with a great variety of appetizers and vegetable sides. Grilled meat and kebabs also for the Turkish kitchen and a must-taste.Antalya’s cuisine is a real surf and turf kind of deal with fresh fish from the sea as well as amazing grilled meat varieties. There is also the traditional Turkish breakfast that keeps you full for hours. Make sure to feast on these dishes while you’re in Antalya.
Two primary reasons why expats love Turkey are the lifestyle and cost of living. Household utility bills are a fraction compared to places like the UK & other European countries , and expats on a pension make their money stretch further than ever before. The laid-back day to day living combined with community vibes supply the feel-good factor and many expats buy in coastal resorts because living just ten minutes’ walk from the beach speaks volumes for your wellbeing. As of 2019 Antalya welcomed roughly around 15,000,000 tourist through-out it`s year.
An Enlightenment of Antalya
Antalya, is one of the most popular Turkish resorts, which is famous for its clean beaches and beautiful nature. But the dignity of this city does not limit this alone – this place is literally imbued with ancient history through and through, and you will not have to be bored, even if you are not a lover of a lazy beach holiday.Antalya is quite clearly divided into Old and New city. There are interesting places both there and there. At different times, Antalya repeatedly passed from hand to hand, so here you can see monuments of architecture, not only of different eras, but also of different cultures
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- Day 4
This day will make sure you are relaxed and shopped so we can ease your way into your adventure packed weekend. You start your morning participating in a traditional bath and get you skinned prepped for the glorious sunshine. You will be scrubbed with natural salts and have a bubble massge and to finish it off you will have a face massage. One you are feeling fresh and stress free you will then be taken to the Grand Bazaar where you will have free time to shop, haggle and explore.
Surround yourself with history.
Your day here will be filled with History and all the knowledge that is held with-in the area of Antalya. You will have an english speaking guide wsho will tell you all the information and take you around to all the hotspots. Perge's vast and rubble-filled stadium, half-destroyed temples, and huge colonnaded agora are imbued with an atmosphere of past glory. This was once the capital of ancient Pamphylia, which blossomed under first Greek and then Roman rule. The ruins here, about 17 kilometers east of Antalya, are not as well-preserved as others on Turkey's Turquoise Coast, but this also means they attract fewer crowds, leaving visitors able to explore the long colonnaded streets and half-collapsed temples in peace. The Roman baths, Hellenistic Gate, and Acropolis are all particularly interesting. Aspendos may get all the tourism fame, but Termessos, 34 kilometers northwest of Antalya, beats it hands down for atmosphere. Neither the Greeks nor the Romans managed to tame the war-like Pisidians, who fiercely protected their independence from the mountain eyrie of Termessos. The well-preserved remains of this ancient city lie scattered along a rugged hillside with jaw-dropping views across the surrounding countryside. Wear sturdy shoes and take plenty of water if you want to fully explore this site. The colonnaded street and upper agora are particularly impressive but don't miss the theater, where the vistas across the peaks of the Taurus Mountains are astounding.
The Land of Legands
Excitement and adventure wait at The Land of Legends Theme Park, a water park packed with thrilling rides, animal encounters, and spectacular shows. Explore the excitement at 2 unique zones, the Land of Aqua and Waterfront Kingdom, and indulge in a day of family-friendly fun. Get your adrenaline pumping at The Land of Aqua, which features a range of attractions both mellow and extreme. For a real rush, try the Typhoon Coaster, which sends you plunging down 141 feet (43 m) at speeds hitting 53 miles per hour (86 km/h) to a splashy finish, or go rocketing down the near-vertical drop of the Deep Dive slide. Later, relax by gliding down the gentle currents of the Lazy Floats river, or have a blast with the family at the Spray Action multi-level playground in the Secret Lagoon.
Sun, Sea and Boat Tour
Enjoy the turquoise colour of the crystallic Mediterranean Sea! We ship along 1 beautiful coast, passing by pirates’caves and Cleopatra bay with the impressing Taurus Mountains in the background. Going on 1 reach the ancient city of Phaselis, which located in midst a pine tree wood and w founded in 690 BC. it is the only ancient city with three harbours. Next our journey pass by the Three Island and leads us to t Paradise Bay, where we will have a lunch.
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Old Town (Kaleiçi)
The maze-like Kaleiçi neighborhood was made for strolling. Perfectly restored whitewashed and red-roofed Ottoman mansions line the cobblestone streets, now home to a plethora of boutique hotels, souvenir shops, art galleries, and restaurants. Although it's more a place to simply breathe in the old-world ambience, there are also plenty of small tourist attractions for those who want to sightsee.
Hadrian's Gate is one of the main (and the most dramatic) entrance gates into the Kaleiçidistrict. Considerable stretches of the Hellenistic and Roman town walls on the eastern side of the old town have been preserved, and Hadrian's Gate is the most notable of these sections. Erected in honor of the AD 130 visit by Emperor Hadrian himself, this imposing three-arched marble gateway, flanked by imposing towers, is decorated with rich sculptural decorations. As you walk through the arches, look up at the ceiling to view the best preserved carvings.
Olympos and the Chimaera.
The near-twin villages of Olympos and Çirali, about 84 kilometers southwest of Antalya, sit on a piece of lovely coastline near the overgrown ruins of the ancient Lycian city of Olympos. As well as the ruins, the famed attraction here is the chimaera, a naturally occurring eternal flame that flickers out of the rocky cliff above. Olympos is popular with young backpackers and has a reputation for being lively at night, while Çirali is more laid-back and all about chilling out on the beach. Both are perfect for anyone seeking a beach holiday well away from Turkey's purposely built-up tourist resorts.