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Didim, Turkey
+90 212 241 2700
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“ancient city” (12 reviews)
“roman baths” (8 reviews)
“large area” (5 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Didim, Turkey
+90 212 241 2700
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

Amazing place for those with an interest in ancient history. The theatre in particular is very impressive and one of the most beautiful examples of the Greek-Roman styles. Firstly the car park costs 5 lira and admission 10 lira. You can also get talking guide...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Unfortunately, from the large ancient city remains only the amphitheater, but is well enough preserved.

Thank HappyTravelRo
Reviewed 3 May 2017

The original city was relaid out on a gridiron plan by Hippodamus in the mid-C5th bce, although that is little in evidence now (Priene is a much better example). The theatre survives quite well with some interesting reliefs. Sadly, most of the other structures in...More

Thank Rod F
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

This is a little out of the way but a huge site. I loved the way the Byzantines built a castle on top of the amphitheatre. Very peaceful and no tourists.

Thank rendomorph
Reviewed 6 March 2017

The theatre itself is worth the trip. Built and modified by first the Greeks, Romans, and Byzantines, evidenced by the three different sizes of brickwork. Originally built to seat 5000 it would eventually be extended to seat some 25000. Just a short walk from the...More

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed 14 February 2017

There is more to Miletos than first meets the eye. Our first trip there we only explored the fabulous amphitheatre but on our second trip we discovered a whole new city behind which took us back in time imagining the life here many, many years...More

Thank Albmaine
Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

We arrived a bit past closing time but the site was open and we had a chance to explore the ancient theater. It was awesome experience to walk the corridor passageways.

Thank dikania
Reviewed 31 October 2016

I have been to many ancient sites in Turkey and although relatively unknown and off the tourist trail, Miletus certainly didn't disappoint. I found the setting more scenic than that of Ephesus, there were no crowds of daytrippers and the entrance fee is only 10TL....More

1  Thank scousemouse
Reviewed 29 October 2016

Here we have an amphitheatre, roman baths/spa, market place, old ports (if you can imagine where the water used to be) and temples....this site has a lot to offer and is great in addition with a visit to Didyma too. Its quite a large area,...More

Thank HeidiElizabeth7
Reviewed 26 October 2016

None of the companies had regular tours to Miletus.They all offered us to be taken there privately,which was going to be expensive for us. We took the Soke bus first, and dropped in Akkoy village,which was around six kms to the ancient site. After waiting...More

Thank martinhigh2016
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