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Start your journey into history with a visit to the ancient city of Aspendos. It is situated 50 km east of Antalya on the banks of Köprüçay River (ancient name Euromydon). Aspendos was one of the most important cities in Pamphylia, its cultural and economic centre. Now it is a very popular tourist sight famous for the Roman amphitheatre built in 155 AD by the architect Zenon during the reign of Marcus Aurelius. Theatre of Aspendos is one of the best-preserved examples of Roman theatre architecture in the world. Walk up steps of the theatre's tiered seating area, admire all the beauty of its galleries and stage decorations. With a capacity up to 15,000 people, the amphitheatre is still in use for important cultural events and festivals. Every summer it hosts the annual Aspendos International Opera and Ballet Festival. The world-famous Turkish dance group Fire of Anatolia presents a new program ‘Aspendos Efsanesi’ (meaning Legend of Aspendos) on the stage of the ancient theatre from May till November. So do not miss the opportunity to visit this gorgeous amphitheatre to fully appreciate its grandeur and undeniable historical value.
Not far from Aspendos there is an amazingly beautiful Kursunlu Waterfalls Natural Park. It is one of the most visited natural attractions in Antalya region. So drive there to enjoy a green environment, fresh air and pine scent, cool atmosphere and spectacular waterfalls. This park is especially pleasant to visit during hot summer days. The way to the waterfall requires going down the stairs. Stop for a photo near the old mill and then admire the incredible beauty of the turquoise water cascading from the height of 18 meters. Kursunlu waterfall is not big but it's very spectacular. Do not leave this place without taking a picture behind the water flow. Then enjoy walking along the river with turquoise waters passing some wooden bridges and plant’s tunnels. On the way watch ducks, river trouts and try to see the small crabs hiding under the stones.
After lunch explore the ancient ruins of Side. This spectacular city is situated on a peninsula about 1 km long and 400 m across. Side is a city with a long and rich past, as testified by the numerous ruins from the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine eras. What can be seen while walking through the ancient city: nymphaeum (fountain), remains of city walls, agora, amphitheatre, collonaded streets with many of the marble columns, city gates, ruins of the Roman bath, basilica and three temples. The most spectacular sight is a temple of Apollo, situated in the old harbour of Side. Definitely walk down there to enjoy the ancient columns and stunning views over the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean sea.
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Unfortunately, the tour is not suitable for those with mobility problems.
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