Not for summer for sure, the sun will be on top of you burning you. I suggest to visit in a cooler period for sure.
About Perge Ancient City
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well preserved ancient city in quiet setting. should wear good walking shoes and bring good camera for photos. must visit.
We walked to Perge from the tram station which isnt far and easy to find. Would be no good for anyone with a buggy! We enjoyed it although it was a good walk round but thats what made it worth while. Massively unpriced in my...More
Getting to Perge is SO easy .Take the Antray tram to Asku (Expo direction) and it's a 2km/15 minute walk from there. Walk the same chariot rutted street that the Apostle Paul walked in 46AD .
Nothing much to say but I LOVE everything in this place. The ancient ruin, ambiance of the place, and we visited Perge when the weather just perfect. I was amazed when I set my foot in front of the main gate as the place is...More
We visited both the Perge & Aspendos sites via a TUI half day excursion from Side for £28. TUI use the local TANTUR TURIZM SEYAHAT AS agency who sent an English speaking guide who was very knowledgeable & passionate about both these ancient sites. Perge...More
This site is not that famous but it is well worh the visit. Known for the preaching of St-Paul, its hellenistic gate and a well preserved theatre, it spreads over a large area and encompasses a hill which is the site of the barely visible...More
We visited as part of a private tour through Turkey. Perge is relatively close to Antalya and so does not take up a lot of time to include in your itinerary. The baths are one of the better preserved we saw and the hippodrome is...More
What a beautiful place. You can see it, touch it, smell the history. Unlike the usual places in Europe with rope barriers, Perspex shields and stay behind me lines.... this is a very tactile place to visit. We hired a private guide (archaeologist- Aykut Altınışık)...More
Enjoyed this so much . Incredible to think that we were walking where St Paul has been. Lots of info on the different areas . Very hot but some areas of shade have been providdd and there is a nice little shop where you can...More