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Bergama is very close to Dikili, maybe 30/35 km.
Nice place to visit. Also nice view from the top of the hill that you can reach with a gondola.
Date of experience: July 2017
Archaeologous-Athens, Public Relations Manager at Archaeologous, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2017
Yes Bergama (or Pergamon) is a very popular Archaeologous tour for the folks that are arriving in Dikili by cruise ship. Glad you liked it and got to see the view from the Acropolis area...which Alexander the Great called 'Eagles' view'.
The place where are the ruins is Bergama, 30 km from Dikili.
Easy to get with the comfortable road.
The archaeologists place need to be visited.
Amazing view of the around land from the top.More
Date of experience: October 2016
ArchaeologousTours, Public Relations Manager at Archaeologous, responded to this reviewResponded 26 December 2016
Thanks for taking your time to write. We here at Archaeologous.com love to take our clients on private tours to Bergama (Pergamon). As you say, the view from there is breathtaking. Maybe that's why Alexander the Great named it 'Eagles' Nest'. Hope to be able...More