Daily Perge Aspendos Side Tour with lunch

We will depart around 08:00am from your hotel and start the trip with Perge Ancient City. This ancient city gives a perfect idea about how a Greek and Roman city looked like and it dates back to 4th century BC. It was visited by Greek colonists after the Trojan War, by St. Paul and companions when it was one of the leading cities of Pamphylia, fell under the leadership of Alexander the Great and also the Byzantines. Perge has been a popular Christian-tourist destination for years because when Saint Paul travelled the region in 46 AD, he preached his first sermon at the city after coming here from Antioch .

We will visit The Roman Baths, the Agora, Colonaded Street, Nympharium and the stadium. The archaeological site of Perge, included on the UNESCO Tentative List in 2009 , is one of the outstanding universal values of Turkey.

The next stop will be Aspendos Theatre. Aspendos is one of the best protected theatres from Romans. The Aspendos Ancient Theatre is one of the best preserved ancient theatres from the 2nd century A.D. , with a capacity of 15,000 people and still being used for festivals and music shows today. The Theatre and Aqueducts of the Ancient City of Aspendos is included on the UNESCO Tentative List in 2015.

After lunch, we will visit Side Ancient City which was the biggest port of the ancient Pamphylia. Coming from Cyprus, St.Paul would have entered the ancient port enroot to Perge. Side is one of Turkey's top ancient cities, having served as a major slave market in this area. During Roman times, much development took place in Side, including a huge theater and Roman Baths. The Temple of Apollo was built during The Roman rule as well.

The final visit will be to Kursunlu Waterfalls to relax after a hot day in Antalya and we will drive you back to your hotel around 17:00.

The rate for this tour will be 90 Euro per person. Please send us an email to get more information and make your booking. We will reply your request the latest in 24 hours.

• Perge Ancient City

• Aspendos Theatre

• Lunch

• Side Ancient City

• Kursunlu Waterfalls

Included Services

 Pick-up from your hotel

 Professional English Speaking Tour Guide

 Transportation with luxury vehicles

 Entrance Tickets


 Parking fees and service charges

 Drop-off to your hotel

Excluded Services

 Drinks (at lunch)

 Any Private Expenses

 Optional tips to the drivers and guides

General Policy of Booking Process

When you contact us about the trip, we'll provide you with an itinerary based on the current "real-time" availability. The tour's availability might change until your payment is received through our secure form. When we accept your reservation; all rates and program are guaranteed.

When you made your reservations with our travel agent, we'll need a 30% deposit to finalize everything. We provide a 256-bit SSL encrypted form on our website that you may use to securely submit your credit card information. After we receive your deposit, we will confirm your reservation and send you a travel voucher within 1 business day. You may pay the remaining balance before or after the trip in our agency's office. In our office, we accept all major currencies for cash payments, as well as Visa or MasterCard.

To confirm this itinerary, please provide us with the details of your hotel in Antalya Area so that we may arrange a pick-up/drop-off service. All hotels in Antalya center qualify for complimentary pick-up/drop-off services.

General Cancellation Policy

Below is the general guideline for our cancellation policy if your agent does not mention otherwise:

Cancellation Policy for Daily & Private Tours:

If you cancel 48 hours before the tour, there is no cancellation fee.

If you cancel within 48 hours to 24 hours before the tour, we will charge 50% cancellation fee.

If you cancel within 24 hours of the tour , we will charge the full amount as cancellation fee.

We cannot give any refund on no-shows for the tour.

*for large groups, please ask to your agent for the cancellation policy and booking requirements.

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