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Strange combination, but worth to see it.
If you like individual tours:
The distance from St. Nicholas church is about 2 km. The same entrance fee - 20 TL (0 with Museum Pass). This two sightseeings need only 2,5 h, including Myra's walking back and...More
Of ancient Myra, little remains now but the theatre and the rock-cut tombs, but these are exceptional. The theatre is of Roman type, very well-preserved, and with a fantastic collection of theatre mask friezes, although not in situ. The later Church has wonderful frescoes.
The amphitheatre and rock tombs are well worth the visit. All on a scale that can be understood and taken in, the site reaches way back to the 2nd century BC and has so much history.
Evocative and impressive.
We shared an audio headset between...More
This place is really historic including different structures like the amphitheatre and the caves on the rock. You are not allowed to climb the steep rock wall but you can walk inside the theatre and try the acoustics standing in the middle. With all the...More
People nearby want you to park on their properties, which we did. I was a little concerned about my rental car being secure, but experienced no problem. The site is amazing. You can explore the amphitheater; and the tombs and a few scattered artifacts are...More
Myra, an archeological site, mostly Roman. The most impressive features were its amphitheater and, especially, the necropolis of tombs, some colonnaded, carved into the cliff. You get an opportunity to sit in the actual seats reserved for the elite and compare them to the seats...More
We went in July and it was quite busy - it's part of a tour with the church of St Nicholas I assume.
It's a fascinating site. I'm used to seeing Roman sites in the UK that are one or two courses of stonework high,...More