Mediterranean Delights - Antalya, Shopping & WaterfallsThis full day excursion introduces to you the beautiful old town and shopping opportunities found in Antalya. The city was founded by Attalus II, King of Pergamum, in 2nd century B.C., but the remains found confirm that the area was inhabited since the 3rd century B.C. This full day excursion introduces to you the beautiful old town and shopping opportunities found in Antalya. The city was founded by Attalus II, King of Pergamum, in 2nd century B.C., but the remains found confirm that the area was inhabited since the 3rd century B.C. Arriving in Antalya you’ll walk through the quaint streets of Kaleici (Inner Castle) district. It’s a beautifully restored area where you’ll find guest houses, bars, shops and restaurants. See the old houses; the Mosque with its Fluted Minaret (Yivli Minaret) the symbol of the city; Karatay Medrese, the Ottoman Theological School; the Clock Tower and the Hadrian’s Gate. After visiting the Inner Castle you’ll stop for a photo opportunity of the Lower Duden Waterfall. The waterfall, formed by the Duden River (one of the major rivers in southern Anatolia) is located approximately 7.5 miles (12 km) northeast of Antalya, which ends where the limpid waters drop off a rocky cliff directly into the Mediterranean Sea in a dazzling show. After the photo stop, you’ll have a shopping opportunity at a local shop. You’ll also have the chance to taste specialties of Turkish cuisine and get a little rest before continuing your trip back to Alanya. Note: Expect crowded venues and long lines. This tour is not recommended for guests who have difficulty walking, climbing and/or managing steps. There are a total of 10 steps to negotiate and uneven, slippery and cobblestone terrain over approximately 2 miles of walking. We recommend that you wear comfortable walking shoes. Water, tea & coffee are included during lunch; however, soft drinks and/or alcoholic beverages are available at an additional cost. Tour may be operated in reverse order.

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