In English - Every day approx. 08:00 - 19:00

After departure from our hotel, we will drive along the coast to Bergama, home of two renown archaeological sites : the Acropolis with its temples and theater (steepest ever built) and the Asklepion, a therapeutic center.

Both sites are listed among the top 100 historical sites on the Mediterranean.

Some of the extraordinary buildings and monuments in Bergama date from the time of Eumenes II (2nd century BC) and we will visit – among others – the famous library, the terrace of the hill sided theater, the main palace, the altar of Zeus and the propylaeum of the temple of Athena.

In the early Christian era, Pergamon’s church (community) was a major center of Christianity and was one of the Seven Churches of Revelation.

The city is composed of three main parts : the Acropolis functioning as a social, cultural and religious center; the lower city or realm of the lower classes; the Asklepion, one of the earliest medical centers on record.

At the end of the tour, return to your hotel.


The Participants must be able to walk long distances over uneven and cobblestone surface under the sun. Therefore bringing Comfortable footwear and clothes, hat, sun cream and sun glasses are recommended.

Winters in some regions of Turkey can be quite cold.  Hence appropriate clothes are recommended.

Pick-up from the Izmir port or airport is possible if available time allows to perform this tour.

Prices quoted for this tour is the total per vehicle !

  • - Transfers from/to your hotel, port or airport
    - English guidance

  • - Entrance fees
    - Lunch
    - Drinks and other personal expenses
    - Tips

detail price

per vehicle
Starting From

1-3 Pax285 € (1853 TL)
4-6 Pax285 € (1853 TL)
8-10 Pax285 € (1853 TL)

The prices in Turkish Liras have been calculated according to the exchange rate of Central Bank. The rates can change depending on the rate of the payment day.
Please contact us for the group prices.

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