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80 km from Pamukkale, Geyre, Turkey
+90 256 448 8084
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Once the capital of the province of Lydia, the site features well-preserved city walls, the temple of Aphrodite, the theatre, and the stadium.
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80 km from Pamukkale, Geyre, Turkey
+90 256 448 8084
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Want to pretend you're performing in an ancient amphitheatre? Come to Aphrodisias! Here you will find an ideal layout of a Greco-Roman town. You will see the largest stadium, walk around the pillars, the Temple of Aphrodisias, the theatre, etc. You can walk around freely...More

Thank cocoanutty
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

One of the biggest Roman cities I have seen in Turkey, it is also very nicely preserved and preserved. Sights like Theater and stadium are must see.

Thank Георгии Д
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very well organized site, with very well kept momuments, a really special ancient city: the tetrapylon was impressive, the stadium immens, the hamam with hypocaustum very well kept, a huge antique pool, the Sebasteion and don't forget to visit the museum with many sculptures from...More

Thank maartenw2016
Reviewed 28 May 2017

This place is a lot more wild and rough round the edges than some other sites but that adds to its charm. Aphrodisias is just as good as anywhere else and the stadium is the best I have seen.

Thank Travelling_Choconut
Reviewed 14 May 2017

This archeologic site is very impressive and very nice. The ruins surrounded by the hills are very nice arranged that you can easilly imagine ancient live.

Thank budland56
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

Stopped off here on our way back from pamukale. We took about 3 hours to look around with our guide. The whole site is well restored in relation to other ruins that we visited. It is another large site and was also the centre of...More

Thank AndyrooHartlepool
Reviewed 8 February 2017

A very large area, not yet restored as much as they plan to. Very many areas to consider - the arena, the grassy fields with the standing columns and facades, the many sarcophagi and carved headers of former buildings. Such a richness of ancient civilizations...More

Thank Ontario76
Reviewed 18 January 2017

As this site is one of the main production areas for many wonderful stone statues and carvings there is plenty to see here and the detail on some is some of the best you will see in Turkey. The site is interesting to walk around...More

Thank Kev B
Reviewed 26 December 2016

Absolutely amazing to see an entire ancient city to be excavated. The size of the city is impressive and the ruins are well preserved. Some of the buildings were rebuild using the original materials that the archaeologists found in the city. And the stadium was...More

Thank serzagr
Reviewed 21 December 2016

Aphrodisias is famous in archeology, and a long walk around this big site soon shows why. We were there in winter, so had the place mostly to ourselves, which adds to the strong atmosphere. Just three of the main attractions are 'world-beaters' in themselves. Near...More

Thank Kingsley F
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24 May 2015|
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Response from Traveldudebug | Reviewed this property |
We went to Aphrodisias by ourselves. Did not require a guide, but did need transportation to get there. The guide books were enough for self guided tour at our own pace and comfort.
9 May 2015|
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Yes, It's open on Monday.
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16 March 2015|
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Response from Thommo56 | Reviewed this property |
Cant actually remember as we booked through our hotel, Hal-Tur Whatever it costs it was well worth it as I would suggest it is ahead of Ephesus when it comes to sites