PERGAMUM TOUR (Full Day)
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Per Person 400 EURO

PERGAMUM TOUR (Full Day)

PERGAMUM TOUR (Full Day)

Our stuff will pick you up from hotel. You will be transferred to airport for flight to Izmir. We will visit ancient Greek city Pergamum,with its Acropolis,Library,Temple of Trayan,Red Basilica,Archeological Museum,Ethnographical Museum,Asclepion Health Center. End of the tour you will be transferred to Izmir airport for flight back to Istanbul.

Pergamum,Acropolis,Library,Temple of Trayan,Red Basilica,Archeological Museum,Ethnographical Museum,Asclepion Health Center.

Pick Up Location : From hotel

Tour Depart From : Sultanahmet

Tour Start Time : 09:00 am

Domestic flight tickets
Airport transfer
Hotel pick up & drop off by air-conditioned non-smoking tour coaches
Lunch
Entrance fees
Professional licensed tour guide
Services charges & local taxes

Drinks
Personal expenses
Tips and gratitues

PERGAMUM

Full day tour

Izmir-Arrival
Pergamum
Library
Temple of Athena
Temple of Trayan
Altar of Zeus
Red Basilica
Lunch
Archeological Museum
Etnographical Museum
Asclepion Health Center
 Departure

PERGAMUM

Full day tour

Pergamum-Was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis. Today,the main sites of ancient Pergamum are to the north and west of the modern city of Bergama.
Acropolis of Pergamum is divided into two sections:
Upper Acropolis,including the Temple of Demeter,Sanctuary of Hera,House of Attalus,Lower Agora and Gate of Eumenes.
Library-Built by Eumenes II and situated at the northern end of the Acropolis,it became one of the most important libraries in the ancient world. The library once held 200 000 books.
Temple of Trayan-One of the most spectacular structures in Pergamum’s Upper Acropolis area. The construction of the temple was initiated under the Roman Emperor Trayan and completed by his successor Hadrian. The purpose of the temple was to provide a venue for the religious cult of both rulers as well as Zeus.
Red Basilica-Also called The Red Hall and Red Courtyard are monumental ruined temples,built by the Roman Empire. The temple is thought to have been used for the worship of the Egyptian Gods-specifically Isis or Serapis.

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