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Alinda Ruins

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Take a dip in the striking, terraced hot springs of Pamukkale on this half-day trip from Izmir. You’ll also make a stop at Hierapolis, one of the most important settlements during the Hellenistic and Roman periods, to see its recently restored theater. Depending on group preferences, there’s also an opportunity for shopping. Included hotel pickup, lunch, and entry fees make for a hassle-free outing.
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Emre Köksal K wrote a review May 2019
Aydın, Turkey5 contributions3 helpful votes
It is very nice for walking in the history. You can feel really Turkish village. I like it so much. .
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Rod F wrote a review May 2017
Royal Wootton Bassett, United Kingdom2,057 contributions289 helpful votes
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AlInda is not the easiest ancient city to visit. The upper city and acropolis are best reached by road from Karpuzlu - incidentally, you can travel on to Amyzonas along this road. The reason is that there is a very steep, overgrown slope separating the upper from the lower city. There is little of great interest in the acropolis apart from some deep cisterns which are not fenced off. There is a fine aqueduct near the car park, and a path takes you past several sarcophagi to the upper city. The major features there are a fine watchtower and theatre. Drive back down to Karpuzlu and park behind the market. Find the road called Allinda Cadessi, and follow it to the end. It comes out at one of the best-preserved Hellenic market-halls in Anatolia. There is little else to see in the lower city, but the views of the Cay vall-y are pretty good.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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