We visited here the day after we'd been to Ephesus, so it was impossible not to compare the too. For me, this place had the slight edge in two respects: there were less ham-fisted (non-modern) attempts at reconstruction, and the museum (which houses many of the rescued statues) was a real gem. The stadium, which is 90% original, and un-restored, is just amazing. Close your eyes a little and you can imagine being there in ancient times. There is a good circular walk around the site & sign-posting is good. Lots to look at. They've done a really good job with the museum - the displays are clear, uncrowded and not over-documented. Very impressive.
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