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ANTALYA

Antalya, which lies on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and is protected by the Taurus Mountains, has quickly become the top Turkish tourist destination, thanks to its beautiful beaches and crystal clear seawater, as well as modern and diverse tourist facilities. Sports enthusiasts can practice water sports, trekking, golf and rock climbing. There are many places of historical interest and natural beauty to be visited.
It is a very pleasant city for walking, and its large palm tree lined parks, sports marina and Roman wall, give it a charming Mediterranean feel. The old quarter is full of magnificent wooden houses from the XVIII and XIX centuries, which have been renovated and converted into hotels or souvenir shops.


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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • Clock Tower
  • Düden Waterfall
  • Lara District
  • Hidirlik Tower
  • Port of Adriano
  • Kaleiçi
  • Antalya Old Quarter
  • Kenan Evren Avenue

General Information

Altitude: 30 masl

Surface Area: 1,417 km2

Time Zone: UTC +1

Language: Turkish

Currency: Turkish Lira

Voltage: 230 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Antalya International Airport, only 9 km from the city center, is the best way to arrive in the destination, and has both domestic and international terminals. The city is connected to other points in Turkey, such as Ankara and Esmirna, by an inner city transportation system, including a subway.

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