Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Antalya is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Antalya a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Antalya.
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Aksu, Antalya 07110, Turkey
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
15 km east of Antalya lie the remains of this fascinating ancient city. It’s said to be three thousand years old and was notably habituated till at least the 9th century AD. Known today as Eski Kelassi there are numerous structures left over from it’s heydey’s that tourists love. These include Pillars of the agora, the roman theat...
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Olympos, Cirali, Antalya Province, Turkey
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
About 90 km south along the coastline of Antalya, this Hellenistic city has left behind some enchanting ruins. In it’s heydays it was supposed to be a city rich in culture and arts. It was conquered by a mentor of young Julius Caesar. Closeby, there is a spot where the expulsion of methane has created an eternal flame, and for a lond time, th...
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Merkez Antalya Merkez, Antalya Merkez, Antalya, Turkey
Kaleici (Inside the Castle), with its massive stone walls encircling an ancient city, was the original Antalya. The expansion didn’t happen until after WWII, so if you want to know how Anatolia truly evolved, then this is the go to place. It’s a protected place today, full of charming little boutiques in structures that have endured sin...
Ulu Cami or the Grand Mosque in Antalya, likewise known as Yivli Minare Camii (Fluted Minaret Mosque) or Alaaddin Camii, is a verifiable mosque constructed by Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubad I. This is the division of a külliye (which stands for “unpredictable of structures”) which incorporates the Seljuk and Dervis...
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Kilincarslan Mah. Cami Sok., Antalya Merkez, Antalya, Turkey
11:00 am - 07:00 pm
Antalya's broken minaret is the Broken Minaret (Kesik Minare) of the Korkut Mosque (Korkut Camii), which itself was assembled initially as a Roman sanctuary in the second century AD. Consequently in this way, it did not have a minaret whatsoever. A Byzantine chapel in distinction of the Virgin Mary was the basis of the sanctuary site in the 600s, y...
The Murat Pasa Mosque (Turkish: Murat Pasa Camii) is a mosque built in the Ottoman style of architecture in the Murat pasa precinct of Antalya, Turkey. It was authorized by Grand Vizier Kuyucu Murad Pasha in 1570 and is secured with a high vault upon a ten-corner edge. The architecture of the mosque involved acing the system of building extensive i...