This is a really interesting, ancient site, in a beautiful setting.
Unfortunately a lot of the remains are in ruins, only small parts have been reconstructed, but don't let that put you off. Buy a guide book at the ticket office and it will open your eyes.
I think there must have been quite a lot of investment recently, the ticket office seemed new and there's obviously some work still taking place.
The two bits we visited were the eastern temples and the acropolis. The eastern temples are a few minutes walk from the ticket office. The acropolis is quite a walk away or you can get there by golf buggy (which you have to pay for, although I'm not sure how much), which saves walking around in the extreme heat. Otherwise, if you're in a car I would strongly recommend doing what we were advised to do by our hotel. Park at the ticket office and go and look at the eastern temples, then walk out and move the car to the car park near the acropolis. This wouldn't be necessary in the spring or autumn, but in the summer it was sizzling!
Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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