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New gem

This new gem of a hellen/roman town is a very recent tourist attraction. Definitely must visit... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Istanbul, Turkey
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An exceptional place

The drive up to Sagalassos, round hairpin bends, climbing higher and higher, is amazing... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
London, United Kingdom
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Sakaraca Mahallesi | 15800 Ağlasun/Burdur, Aglasun, Turkey
+90 248 731 23 69
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Reviewed 5 January 2015

Sagalassos is one of the newest ancient Roman sights in Turkey to be excavated and opened to the public. Major excavation began about 1990 and the ensuing repairs and replacements are extraordinary. I have visited a great number of ruined Greek/Roman cities throughout Turkey and...More

9  Thank SwampeastMike
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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile
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All reviews turkey ancient city archaeological site entrance fee four hours large area be aware ancient times per person car park well worth the effort worth the journey working fountain mountains ruins library ephesus
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This new gem of a hellen/roman town is a very recent tourist attraction. Definitely must visit before it gets more crowded

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The drive up to Sagalassos, round hairpin bends, climbing higher and higher, is amazing. Sagalassos is in a stunning isolated position, high up on Mt Akdag, with incredible views all round, the sort of place round which one should wander ‘lonely as a cloud’ soaking...More

Thank Pilla
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Red about Sagalassos and our group took a short visit there to see especially the water pond and the waterfall. It was worth it. The statues and the area was nice in the sun, and we enjoyed the trip up over the mountains where we...More

Thank ghwoman50
Reviewed 6 September 2018

A fascinating archaeological site at a height of 4800-5300ft in the Western Taurus mountains near Isparta. It can be reached by dolmus from Isparta to the village of Aglasun but it is a 7km long, hot walk up to the site itself built on natural...More

1  Thank scousemouse
Reviewed 17 August 2018

I found the place more interesting than the Ephesus because the archeologists here discovered and revived the ancient water sources which flows nicely into the ancient little pools and fountains. it sure gives a new life to the place.great work. feels good to go back...More

1  Thank esat t
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Amazing archeological site at the top of the mountain. Its fountains are still working and very impressive. The Entrance fee is less than 2 Euro, the view is priceless.

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Reviewed 30 May 2018

Sighted above Aglasun on a winding,narrow road,these ruins are magnificent. A 10 lira entrance per person is tremendous value for all the work the archaeologists have done.Spread over a large area there are good natural paths and excellent man made paths ....as well as the...More

Thank AndyIsobel
Reviewed 24 March 2018

We loved being surprised by the wild peace that permeated the place especially after visiting places with busloads of tourists. That they also had great reliefs and an especially great working fountain with statues was a bonus. Don't miss it if you are in the...More

Thank 655michaelf
Reviewed 26 February 2018 via mobile

Really enjoyed this site, we did a few in the region and this one is great as it is big but it has a fantastic restored fountain, worth going!! Also make sure you ask for the key to the library at the entrance there is...More

Thank lillyyy47
Reviewed 26 December 2017

The ancient city of Sagalassos is somewhat off the beaten track but it is definitely worth the journey. It is located at the hills of a mountain and enjoys a pleasant breeze which makes the place easy to visit even in the summer. Excavation is...More

1  Thank BangkokCat
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