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Visited in September. Had visited over 30 ancient cities on a recent visit to Turkey and this was one of the better ones to see.
Extensive excavations have been completed. Many fairly complete buildings exist.
Most impressive feature to us was the long colonnaded streets in such good condition.
Most buildings were well signposted - better than many other archeological sites we saw in Turkey.
Care - the theatre is across the road from the rest of the site and you need to exit the site via the carpark and cross aroad to gain access to the Theatre.

Thank AndPancho
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Perge has undergone quite extensive excavation and is surprisingly complete. The visitor is able to walk around this ancient Roman town and get a clear feel for what it was like back then. The Roman baths, the stadium and amphitheater are all pretty complete as is the main road. Many of the statues that were erected all over the town are now on display at the Antalya historical museum. Well worth a visit.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Spent more than an hour in this place. Amazing ruins and really cool to wander around and explore this Roman beauty. I highly recommend going there with a guide coz there's just a lot to learn!

Thank Coastal821788
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

fabulous Roman ruins. Constantine's we thank you for leaving such a magnificent city. Time has been good to these ruins. Oh what could have been in Rome is here for all to see.

Thank rossaria9999
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Reviewed October 7, 2018 via mobile

Amazing place, I was told Turkey had good Roman sites, but this place was brilliant. You could really see the history in the stadium.

Thank David H
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Reviewed October 3, 2018

Spent an evening listening to Straus music in the ruins. Amazing experience. The evening was sponsored by Barut Lara Hotel.

Thank andries e
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Reviewed October 1, 2018

This is one to put on your trip list nad can be booked in conjunction with Aspendos, Side and Manavgat waterfall.
It a good good day out and is reasonable varied.
its a long day but worth the money.
The site is quite extensive and a little uneven, so take decent walking atire.

Thank KentSteve33
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Reviewed September 24, 2018 via mobile

Worth a visit but the place is in need of a good clean and restoration of the walking paths. There are only a few signs to describe the particular buildings. We suggest that you do research online before doing the visit.

Thank Q7180XGstephenw
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Reviewed September 24, 2018 via mobile

We went along as part of our family holiday, really enjoyed learning about the old civilizations that lived there years ago. The area is really well preserved so with a bit of imagination you could picture it all. A bit f a shame the amphitheatre was closed as it look breathtaking.

We booked as a tour so had a lovely guide who told us lots of interesting facts, she also explained that the Turks including the government don't really care about their ancient history, so that's why the lack of information and guides they basically pump all money back into discovering more.

Thank Adam G
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Reviewed September 23, 2018 via mobile

Fantastic to see the progress being made by the archeological team clearly with government investment. If this was in the UK it would be the single most spectacular ancient site in the country, preserved by National Trust. Here it’s just some ruins off the beaten track, which are being progressively revealed over the years to show the design grandeur of the Greco-Roman era. A must see if in Antalya, 26 min from old town by car/taxi, £3 equivalent entry.

Thank shangaan
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