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Among the most spectacular in Turkey, the site has remarkable remains from the Roman and Byzantine periods.
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8 km (5 mi) from Bergama, Bergama, Turkey
+90 232 632 66 63
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Most of the ruins at the site correspond to the Hellenistic period like the theater for example from 3rd c. BC with a capacity of 10.000 spectators. Another interesting spot is the temple of Trajan, the only Roman ruin at the site. It was erected...More

Thank Berthaki
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Impressive archaeological site located on the top of a hill. Ruins include Altar of Zeus & Hellenistic theatre. The 360 view of the city & landscape is definitely worth the visit.

Thank RickFun35
Reviewed 12 June 2018

As you walk in you get to see how well spotted the Palace was with 360 views for miles. The ruins sadly are mostly piles of old stone but the layout can be seen, and its worth the uphill hike. It gets a bit windy...More

Thank Matthew P
Reviewed 11 June 2018

It was a 3 hour drive from Kusadasi and you'll spend a good 3 or 4 hours exploring the site, so it was a long day, but sooo rewarding. It looks like most tourists don't want to make the effort, because we were virtually the...More

Thank Dirk W
Reviewed 21 May 2018

After dealing with the crowds at Ephesus, Pergamum is a breath of fresh air. The location is spectacular, high above the nearby villages. You can drive up to the acropolis, or take a cable car (10 lira). I think the site entrance fee is 40...More

Thank SafetyPro-VA
Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

Having visited Ephesus two days previously, with its noisy crowds of visitors and agressive souvenir sellers, Pergamon proved a refreshing, relaxing change. Our taxi drove us to the top of the Acropolis (there is also a cable car). The view from the top is spectacular....More

Thank Christine H
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Toured the area of the Medical Center Asclepion in Pergamon with views of Pergamon on the hill above. This site has a lot to offer with standing columns, an amphitheater, tunnels related to the medical complex. The site is situated in a lovely area with...More

Thank teenasan3
Reviewed 29 April 2018

A more spectacular site than Ephesus and without its maddening and distracting crowds. here you can quietly contemplate the past splendour and what has happened over the centuries in pease.

Thank williamafoley
Reviewed 10 April 2018

The only ruins I have been to where there is a cable car to take you up to the ruins and the whole thing is well worth it.

Thank David W
Reviewed 20 March 2018

We really enjoyed this hilltop visit. The world's steepest amphitheater, wonderful ruins, a view of the remains of an aqueduct, and the fact that you are well above everything, all make this a spectacular place to visit.

Thank SalamatJalan
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Response from Greg F | Reviewed this property |
Might be tough to squeeze it all in in an hour, but definitely worth a visit. If the hour does not include time getting to Pergamum or getting back to Izmir then it’s worth it.
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