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Visited late afternoon when it was quite quiet so easy to park and plenty of chance to have a good look round. Rock tombs are impressive as is the amphitheatre. Well worth a visit if you are in the area and entrance fee is only...More
Despite the tombs being empty, having been robbed over the years, this is an amazing place to visit. Very impressive tombs carved in the rock hillside. Similar to the tombs in Dalyan, but you can get much closer. Go with a guide to hear the...More
Unfortunately must of them are just ruin, they don’t allow even see them closer, there are greek words in those graveyards. They say something about their lives, interesting but as myra ancient city. Recommended or not i am not sure.
We visited Turkey with my and my sister's family in 2017 and then I found a private tourguide by googling around for such services. I was not so sure about it, because how do you know, right? The day we had in Perge and Aspendos...More
This site is quite staggering. Quite why they chose to bury their dead in this fashion is somehow beyond my comprehension but bury them in rock tombs they did.
The hours of toil needed to build these chambers must have been enormous. This ancient site...More
Myra is very much on the coach tour route, so expect crowds at high season. The site is very restricted and the tombs can only be viewed from a distance. There are far better sites to visit, albeit a little off the beaten track. Well...More