Amazing Aphrodisias Tour from Pamukkale Starts
Good news: Aphrodisias Tour from Pamukkale is held in every day!
On the day, a new, completely air-conditioned vehicle will pick you up from your Pamukkale hotel. Skilled members of our squad will greet you when you board the bus and inform you of the exact details of the itinerary.
The journey to Aphrodisias lasts for 1 hour and 30 minutes in total. Then, we’ll arrive at amazing ruins!
Ruins of Aphrodisias – UNESCO Heritage
In this place, Aphrodite had a mix of Anatolian and Carian perceptions. According to historical evidence, Xenocrates, Plato’s student, lived there. Furthermore, the city is near to a rich supply of marble, which explains why so many sculptures have been discovered there.
You’ll find lots of this region’s ancient city, the Roman province of Caria.
You’ll also find that after major earthquakes in the 4th and 7th centuries, this city is still there. The ruins of The Temple of Aphrodite, a colossal doorway or tetrapylon, the odeon, the sebasteion, statues, and more await your arrival.
Guided Tour in Aphrodisias
The adventure is designed to provide you with total efficiency and the best sightseeing experience possible. As a result, a guiding service is provided. You will be accompanied by an English-speaking experienced tour guide who will provide assistance.
The knowledgeable guide will also be responsible for providing informative and engaging accounts of the locations. Ask questions during the trip if you need more info!
A lunch break is included in this trip to the ancient city of Aphrodisias. The bus will take you to a nice nearby restaurant where you will be able to eat some traditional dishes.
Returning to Hotels
The tour will end in the late afternoon. Then, the bus will take you back to Pamukkale after you finish your sightseeing tour. You’ll return to your hotel in the afternoon with wonderful photos from ruins!
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