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Kibyra - go before they make you buy a ticket!

I agree that Kibyra is a great place to visit. I went there in April 2018 using public transport... read more

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A must see in Burdur province

Kibyra (Gölhisar) Antique City is 108 km (67 mile) far to Burdur centurum. Unfortunately, a car is... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2017
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“Kibyra - go before they make you buy a ticket!”
21 Apr 2017
“A must see in Burdur province”
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Reviewed today

I agree that Kibyra is a great place to visit. I went there in April 2018 using public transport. There are minibuses between Burdur and Golhisar. It might be necessary to change but there is always public transport in Turkey and the people are helpful....More

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Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

Kibyra (Gölhisar) Antique City is 108 km (67 mile) far to Burdur centurum. Unfortunately, a car is strongly recommended if you want to reach this place as there are no organised tours, and public transport is virtually nonexistent. The lovers of antiquity who get there,...More

2  Thank mselam
Reviewed 12 October 2015

We visited the Burdur museum and because of the finds from Kibyra on display there we decided on a detour on our way to pamukkale and include Kibyra in our trip. We did not have much time to explore the entire site, so basically only...More

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Reviewed 4 June 2015

Kibrya is bigger than my expectaions. The ancient city's excavation started 2006 and planned to continue for 100 years, I can not imagine it is last look. You should take water and some food with you. The most beautiful and biggest stadium i have ever...More

3  Thank 3hozcan
Reviewed 7 August 2014

The main thing to see is the stadium. However it´s worth a visit. Part of it is very well preserved. Compared to Sagalassos the rest of the ruins aren´t very interesting. There are still excavations going on. Go to the archaeological museum in Burdur to...More

1  Thank Biryook
Reviewed 23 July 2014

ın antiquity Kibyra was located on the cultural crosroads of Lycia, Caria, Psidia and Phyrigia and controlled the trade routes to the E, W, N, S. Althought the exact meaning of Kibyra is as not yet clear. The name is no Greek roots, in general...More

2  Thank seyahattutkunu
Reviewed 16 April 2014 via mobile

One of the greatest places I have ever seen... you do not travel to thar place only but you also travel into the heart of history... so beautiful, so real...

2  Thank Mutlu H
Reviewed 3 July 2013

Amazing place in Golhisar 7 km south of the Korkuteli-Denizli road. They have a lot to excavate, but the site is excellent with a panoramic view of the valleys below. Lot to see and more to see from this place in Burdur Museum.

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