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Rock tombs in Myra

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Rock tombs in Myra

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Demre Myra Kekova Sunken City

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See some of the most beautiful highlights of Turkey’s Turquoise Coast on this full-day tour from Antalya. Set off in the morning following hotel pickup, and head up the coast to Demre (site of the ancient city of Myra). Embark on a boat tour to see the Sunken City of Kekova, and have time for swimming. You’ll also discover ancient ruins and landmarks, ranging from Lycian rock-cut tombs to St. Nicholas Church, and will enjoy a buffet lunch in Demre before returning to Antalya.
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Jack wrote a review Dec 2020
Amsterdam, New York7 contributions2 helpful votes
Having rock tombs adjacent to an amphitheatre again opened my mind to realise how ancient cultures had their own rituals and ways to express themselves, even after life. Tombs next to a theatre is not something we would do today. The tombs are interesting to see, it was something new for me. The theatre is in quite a good condition and it is great to walk in it, climb the stairs, try out the VIP seats in the front and imagine how plays would be held, thousands of years ago
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Мария Ч wrote a review Sep 2020
Moscow, Russia9 contributions
Opportunity to climb rocks exploring ancient graves and theater. Great photos. Sunset is the best time to visit this place.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Petra Prostějov wrote a review Aug 2020
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Theone view that you can see on internet is only thing you can see there. The rock thombs from the famous pictures are in one area with a theatre. You will pay 45 tl if I remember well. The theatre is not bad, but not excellent. I think it is not good value for money. It is ok, if you have a museum pass. Be careful, children under 8 are free, but sometimes are they charged, if you are a tourist. So if you want to see the rock thombs, it is enoughto see the main picture. If you want to see also the theatre, you can consider the visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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happyholidays8 wrote a review Dec 2019
Melrose, United Kingdom300 contributions143 helpful votes
We travelled by public transport from Kas to Demre and then paid for a short taxi ride to this place. What an interesting piece of history it is both containing a Roman amphitheatre but also Lycian tombs. Unlike the mobbed Church of St Nicholas there was plenty of space here to take in the whole experience. The site is exposed so protection from the sun is advised.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TTuton wrote a review Oct 2019
Istanbul, Turkey8 contributions
Enjoyed this small site never been that up close to Lycian tombs. Great friezes remain as does amphitheatre. worth a trip coupled with St Nicholas's tomb.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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