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Review of Greek Amphitheater

Greek Amphitheater
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US$47.72*
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Temple of Apollo, Aspendos and Manavgat...
Ranked #1 of 32 things to do in Side
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Reviewed 30 August 2014

It cost only 15 lira (less than £5) and is interesting to see, very small version of the Colosseum! However you can walk around alot of the ruins outside for free.

1  Thank ElaineBristol
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Reviewed 30 August 2014

Do not enter with high heels and do not be influenced by alcohol in this rugged but beautiful terrain - a must to visit if you like to feel Side in your heart

Thank Tom A
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Reviewed 18 August 2014

Ticket was only 15 lira/person. View from the Theater was amazing and there was so much to see. If you go to Side you must go and see the theater!

1  Thank M92_and_J93
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Reviewed 17 August 2014

Just going into the old Side center,you are going to see this old historical theatre on yr left hand side.Sad to see that it is not very well protected during the last century,however it is still very nice and active place with millions of tourists visiting.You can talk to yr friend while you are in the upper part of the theatre where he is on the very lower part,for example on the stage,the acustic is very good and the voice transmission through the air from stage to the upper part is excellent.Worth to see this historical part.

1  Thank junior1907
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Reviewed 16 August 2014

Do not miss this amphitheatre if you are in the area, it costs 15 TYL (about £4 each) to enter and explore the Roman amphitheatre, once inside you step back in time and enjoy the atmosphere and engineering that existed way back, it reminded me of the Colloseum in Rome where the internal passageways are cool and provide protection from the sun, the acoustics are outstanding and overall the site takes no more than an hour to explore. It is nice to stand at the top and view the roads and harbour in the distance, walking in the Footsteps of Senators and Romans is humbling, long may these sites be protected.

Enjoy the sights.

3  Thank PeteNook333
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