Perge&Aspendos&Kurşunlu Waterfalls

Perge&Aspendos&Kurşunlu Waterfalls

This excursion is one of the "must do" events of this region, very popular among all visiting nationalities.


The day starts by visiting “Kursunlu National Park & Waterfalls” where guests can have free time to walk around and enjoy the national park with its magnificent waterfalls in the centre.

Proceed UNESCO World Heritage Site Perge, some of the world's great ancient civilizations.This ancient Roman City, also known as an open air-museum, was settled around 1500 BC . Perge was the capital of the ancient province of Pamphylia and by far the largest of the 3 cities.Besides being an important trading post in ancient times, its spirutal value for Christianity is incontrovertible, as it was the starting point for St. Paul on his journeys where he preached his first sermon. Here guests are guided through the Roman Gate, Agora, Gymnasium, Colonnaded Street and given historical information on what was the largest city in the Pamphylian region for approx. 1 hour, as well as a photo break for 30 min.

Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant with a choice of meatballs or fish or chicken; drinks are extra.

The last site of the day is Aspendos, which is located to the east of Antalya and is famous for its bestpreserved ancient amphitheater built in the 2nd century AD during the reign of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. The Theater has a capacity of 15,000 people and is still used today for performances and festivals. Just above the theater there is the acropolis with a great view of the river from the top, where you can see a basilica, an agora, a nymphaeum and and a bouleuterion (council), all of them in ruins. About one kilometer north of the town there is one of the largest Roman aqueducts in Anatolia which supplied Aspendos with water.


Realizable Months All Months
To Take Along Sun Cap, Sun Protection (Weather dependet) Comfortable Shoes Cash Money for extra drinks and souveniers
Duration Full Day
Approx. Pick Up Time 07:30 – 09:00
Approx. Drop Off Time 16:00 – 17:30
Includes Entrance fees, lunch, professional licensed guide, transfers
Not Includes Drinks and personal expenses
Restrictions None
Suitable For Children Yes
Suitable For Mobility Difficulties Waterfall has approx. 100 steps down but can be viewed from above; some walking on uneven ground



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