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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Forget Santa Claus in Demre and head straight for this archeological site in Myra. We visited as part of a day trip from Antalya and this site certainly was the highlight. Yet another theater, but it is in good condition and there is the added...More

Thank Dirk W
Reviewed 6 May 2018

2000 year old Roman amphitheater. Still in good condition despite earthquakes which engulfed the lower part. Back by rock tombs. Interesting to stroll around.

Thank CrumpySeaford
Reviewed 24 April 2018

Beautiful old Roman theater, accessible and great to walk in and around, the stone can be a bit slippery if it's rainy.

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 6 January 2018

It is one of many historical Roman places in Turkey. Consists of amphi theatre and burial sites . Amphi theatre is fairly in good condition. One can visit it if one has time.

Thank Rajesh P
Reviewed 7 December 2017

Near to St. Nicholas' Church, this site offers a view of ancient tombs dug in the mountain side and amphitheater.

Thank Bruce H
Reviewed 3 October 2017

A nice ancient ruins that you can get up close and personal to, we enjoyed our visit, the amphitheatre is amazing and very large compared to others we've seen, nice day out

Thank Steve099
Reviewed 8 September 2017

The tombs cut in the cliff faces overlooking the amphitheater are a sight to behold. Having seen many ancient sites, I was surprised at how much Myra captured so much in such a small area. If you are in the area, don't miss this.

Thank KMandKWM
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Wonderful Lycian city of the dead. This city has a lot of leftovers from Lycian and Roman civilizations. Don't go there on a very hot day, It's not pleasant.

Thank 541nenam
Reviewed 2 August 2017

This place is just amazing. Anatolia is such a diverse region and Myra (part of Lycia) is a very particular place in it. The rock cut tombs show the conspicuous consumption within the region. The theater and dismantled parts of the bath complex are amazing...More

Thank thedudeminds
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Strange combination, but worth to see it. If you like individual tours: The distance from St. Nicholas church is about 2 km. The same entrance fee - 20 TL (0 with Museum Pass). This two sightseeings need only 2,5 h, including Myra's walking back and...More

Thank OksanaLv
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