Excursions & Sight Tickets in Antalya

170 excursions and activities in Antalya are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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A guide for first-time visitors to Antalya

Whether you're looking to spend the summer at the beach or take a trip in the fall, there's plenty to see and do in Antalya. With a history that dates back to the Roman era, the city is a popular resort destination. In addition to its beaches, Antalya has a yacht-filled Old Harbor and many large hotels.

Lara Beach

Located in Antalya, Lara Beach is a popular destination for tourists. It offers beautiful beaches and a variety of activities. Guests can enjoy water sports like jet skiing, banana boating and paragliding.

Besides, Lara offers a variety of restaurants. Most hotels provide free shuttles to the sea. The food is of high quality. There are also several day trips to ancient cities.

The most popular neighborhoods in Lara are Caglayan, Kundu and Sirinyali. These areas are surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea.

The coastline of Lara is considered one of the largest coastal strips in Turkey. The area has been developed well. It is lined with cycling paths and jogging tracks. There are several cafes and bakeries.


Located in Southern Turkey, Aspendos is a historical city renowned for its acropolis and Roman theater. The ancient city is situated on a hill and was inhabited by both Greeks and Romans. The site is surrounded by hills filled with Roman ruins.

Aspendos was once a thriving port city that derived its wealth from trading in salt and oil. It also minted coins. In the 5th century BC, Aspendos became the most important city in Pamphylia. During the reign of Marcus Aurelius, a theater was built here. It is still used for performances today.

The Aspendos Amphitheater is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is located on a 40-meter high hill. It was constructed 200 years after the construction of the original Aspendos theater.

Antalya Beach


Located in Antalya, Turkey, TerraCity is one of the largest malls in the region. It is a modern shopping complex that offers visitors the latest international and national brands.

Besides its shopping, the center also boasts a cinema and an entertainment zone. The complex features 180 stores and restaurants. It is also home to a water park.

The facility includes a food court with a capacity of over 1000 people. It also features a children's playground. The area also offers bus services. The mall is open from 10 am to midnight.

The complex offers high-end designer brands and accessories. It also has cafes and restaurants. Moreover, the complex features a bowling alley.

Duden Waterfalls

Located in Antalya, Turkey, the Duden Waterfalls are a popular tourist attraction. The falls are created by a river that flows from the Taurus mountains into the Mediterranean Sea. The water comes from karst springs and the flowing river creates a beautiful natural spectacle.

While the Duden Waterfalls are not like the Niagara Falls in Canada, they are still quite impressive. The falls are 40 meters high and can be viewed from an observation deck on a cliff that overlooks Lara beach.

The falls are also illuminated at night. The falling water makes a rainbow. There is a cave underneath the falls that can be reached from the top and bottom. The view from the cave is particularly impressive.


Chariot racing

During the Byzantine Era chariot racing was one of the most popular sports. It was a crucial component of several religious festivals. It was also important for social status and political power.

A chariot was pulled by four horses. The charioteer was a slave. He was paid a fee to compete and the best drivers were well compensated. They could compete under team colours. These races were very dangerous and the horses could be badly injured. The horses and the chariot were very expensive.

Chariot races were held in specially built hippodromes. During these races the drivers sped around the track at close to 40 miles per hour. The speed was aided by a whip and the four powerful horses.


Located in Antalya city, the Antalya Museum is one of the largest and most important museums in the region. It contains an outstanding collection of artifacts from prehistoric times to Ottoman period. It is also known for its children's section.

The Antalya Archeological Museum has thirteen exhibition halls. It was founded by Suleyman Fikri Bey in 1922 and moved to its present building in 1972. In 1988, the European Council gave the Antalya Archeological Museum a special prize for Museum of the Year.

The Ethnographic Museum of Antalya was created with the reconstruction of two Ottoman mansions. The building has a bright yellow exterior. Inside, it displays a large variety of ceramic artifacts from some of the most famous ceramic centers in Turkey. It also has a small collection of skeletal remains of Neanderthals. Its exhibits also include inscriptions from the Seljuk Empire.

Day trips from Antalya

Located in southern Turkey, Antalya offers a variety of day trips. Some attractions are free while others are reasonably priced. This guide will provide information on the most popular and fun attractions.

The Taurus Mountain Range is a beautiful natural wonder just over a couple hours' drive from Antalya. It features towering peaks and cascading waterfalls. During the summer months, a visit to the hot springs is a must.

The city of Fethiye is a popular tourist destination. The old town is full of antique stores and quirky shops. The beaches are also impressive.

Taking a guided tour is the easiest way to experience these fun activities. Most tours pick you up from your hotel and usually cover the costs of transportation. If you want a more personalized experience, you can rent a car and do your own exploration.

The Tlos Ruins are a fun historical site. They are carved into cliffs and offer excellent views. You can also take a cable car to the top of Tahtali Mountain for panoramic views.

The Kopru River is another great waterway for a dip in the Mediterranean. It features a number of rafting options as well as a natural water slide. This is one of the best day trips from Antalya.

The Antalya Archaeological Museum is the largest on the Turkish coast. It features Roman artifacts. This is a great way to learn about the history of this historic region. You can learn more about the history of the ancient city of Perge while exploring this area.

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