Visit this place with a tour guide. It has amazing view and when you realize that all of the country was sea. It has great history about the cities around. It is great to visit it.
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Priene, Pompeii of Ionia, Located in the south of the modern town of Soke and next to Güllübahçe village, Priene is certainly one of the most beautiful ancient cities of Turkey. Priene is one of the best examples of Hippodamic style town planning (grid plan,...More
This is an amazing place a bit off the usual tourist attractions. Firstly you have to be a bit interested in archeology and reasonable fit! There are some quite steep uneven paths and the whole site is somewhat under developed . There is a small...More
Like Miletus, Priene was laid out on a grid-iron plan, still much in evidence as one walks around the site today, and the best surviving such example. The two principle buildings which survive are the theatre and the Temple of Athena, both built in the...More
We visited Priene during the off season and had the ruins all to ourselves. We loved the scenery at Priene. In contrast to the other ruins we have been to in Turkey, Priene's setting in a forest at the foot of a mountain was extremely...More
Takes around 40 minutes to drive there.Better rent a car, as it is pretty remote and no local transportation available from Didim.Entrance fee is 10 Turkish liras.There are toilets by the entrance,but not clean and doors do not close properly -we used the toilet of...More
Priene was the last stop on our private tour of Priene, Miletus, and Didyma. It was a terribly hot day of 100 degrees F., but we were determined to visit the site even though it was a tough walk uphill over cobblestones in complete disarray,...More
for me it's the most beautiful ancient city in aegean region of Turkey in Söke. The city has been established in Roman Age.
it is around half an hour away by driving from Didim by car and located on the side of the hill.no audio is available but it is fun to find the structures by following the map. the view from the hill is fabulous. the structures...More