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Priene Antik Kenti

Soke/aydIn | Güllübahçe mahallesi, Gullubahce, Turkey
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Private Tour to Priene, Miletus and Didyma
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Priene Miletus Didyma Day Tour From Kusadasi
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Priene Miletus Didyma Tour with Private Guide
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Once an ancient city of Ionia, Prine, with its well-preserved remains of the Temple of Athena, theater, gymnasium and many excavated houses, form one of the best examples of the grid type of town-planning.
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Reviewed 15 October 2014 via mobile

I visited with my 10-year-old who recently went to Ephesus. This was a much more interactive experience as we got to walk among the ruins and explore the streets on our own. Everything was easy to access with simple signs that explained the ruins. There...More

1  Thank George M
Reviewed 9 October 2014

priene was an fabelous ancient city but was hot !! So take your hate with you and comfortable shoes cause june, july, august and september is hot as our guide told us

1  Thank Halvor D
Reviewed 9 October 2014

Located at the base of an escarpment, it is one of the most syphatetic ancient Greek city I have ever been to. It is really hard to believe that it was an important port in the ancient times since you don't even have a sea...More

1  Thank NicholaiHel
Reviewed 29 September 2014

An awe inspiring place with oodles of history :) very nicely preserved with plenty too see. Very reasonable price for entry unlike other archeological sites and also fairly quiet which creates a nice ambience.

1  Thank JessicaClowes
Reviewed 28 September 2014

These sites are great! Given that it's probably a little off the map for most tourists and lesser known than e.g. Ephesus or Troy, we had the entire archaeological are for ourselves (almost - there were maybe another 8-10 visitors). This makes a huge difference...More

1  Thank edinaline
Reviewed 23 September 2014

We visited Priene on a one day trip as part of the 3 important ancient sites - Priene, Miletus and Didima. We went by our car but there are also organized tours offered by local travel agencies in Kusadasi. If you go by your car...More

6  Thank mihaela c
Reviewed 12 September 2014

This was a journey that we decided to do via the local dolmus service, very low cost and friendly. The place is well worth a visit, there is the worlds oldest graffiti written in ancient Greek! a very well preserved theatre, and gives a better...More

3  Thank joankelleher
Reviewed 9 September 2014

Visited with another couple and this was our favorite ancient site near Selcuk, even over Ephesus. I strongly recommend going, but you will need to do research in advance or have a guide. Good: - It's not crowded! This gives it an air of peace...More

4  Thank LadyoftheMoon
Reviewed 9 September 2014

Another ancient archeological site where we felt like it was booked only for us. Apart from the lack of any brochure or map of the site, the ruins are amazing and the location, on a pretty steep hill, is uncomparable.

1  Thank Emanuel S
Reviewed 8 September 2014

Still in excavation stage for the most part, but it was a great place to visit. The theater and Athena`s temple were the most impressing parts as of 2014

1  Thank Cosmin -Valenti... I
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snozzlepog
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Response from Textiletourist | Reviewed this property |
I would only add to the above advice to wear good walking shoes as the marble steps in Priene can be slippery and uneven in places. A whole day in Priene seems overkill however. We did Priene, Miletus & Didyma easily in... More
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Hawkshoe
5 January 2015|
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Response from JDD1956 | Reviewed this property |
This is a tough one to reply to as both tours have their unique features. Ephesus is the big tourist destination due to easy access from ships & Izmir. I think I got more out of Priene & Miletus, due to the different... More
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