Turkish Series Sen Cal Kapimi – You knock on my door team recently brought Antalya’s spectacular view to the audience. Antalya is a beautiful city that has become one of the most visited places in the world, with hundreds of destinations where you can not get enough of the sea, the sun, and the sunsets and can make use of every minute you spend.
Antalya is one of the essential cities holding the tourism sector in Turkey. The higher the importance of cultural tourism for Istanbul, the greater the importance of holiday tourism for Antalya.
Antalya, which has the title of the 4th most visited city in the world, serves the tourism sector throughout all seasons. You can find various and numerous facilities for holiday tourism, culture, sea, sports, health, winter, congress, plateau, cave, camping, belief, and weddings.
How to reach Antalya?
The most preferred type of transportation from outside the city is the airline. Mainly, there are flights from Istanbul, Ankara, and Izmir, which are arranged every hour or even half an hour to Antalya. Apart from these, there are mutual flights with most airports.
The distance between Antalya city center and the airport is 13 km. And there are shuttles to the city. For those who want to go by road; 730 km between Istanbul and Antalya, 550 km from Ankara to Antalya,
The distance between İzmir and Antalya is 470 km. There is no transportation by rail, and the closest railway transportation can be provided from Burdur province.
Places to visit in Antalya
Antalya has several places to make you feel waw. Still, Eda and Serkan of the Sen Cal Kapimi series have made viewers curious to know about the Apollo temple and the waterfall earliest.
Temple of Apollo
While Serkan’s unimagined adventure took viewers to the history of this site with Eda in the mid of the night, Apollo temple was built on the fall of a celestial body about 2.5 thousand years ago.
It is the center of the earth. Think of what possibly you would want to do when you are at the center of the planet. Apollo temple lies near Manavgat and the village of Selimiye, 78 km from Antalya, in the province of Antalya.
Apollo is a God of the Sun and Also God of art. He is also considered as the predictor of the Future because he lived looking into the Future. Temple remained incomplete because of the series of historical events.
An evening visit is preferred for a fantastic experience transporting back in time.
Transportation to Temple of apollo is available in Manavgat bus station and getting a Dolmus(share taxis that run set routes within and between cities)into Side, which takes about 15 mins and is about £1 per person.
There are other historical places around the Temple of Apollo-like Aspendos, a Greco Roman city of Antalya province. Visit the amphitheater in Aspendos, one of the best-preserved examples of Roman theatre architecture in the world.
Duden waterfalls are amazingly beautiful, and it is one of the most visited green parks in the Antalya. This park is charming to visit during hot summer days.
The way to the waterfall requires going down some stairs. Admire the incredible beauty of the turquoise water cascading from top. There is a cave behind the waterfall, making the right spot for some fantastic selfies.
The waterfall is 10 km away from Antalya’s center and is divided into two Lower Düden and Upper Düden. While the Lower Düden Waterfall (Karpuzkaldıran Waterfall) is pouring down from the cliffs, the Upper Düden Waterfall (İskender Waterfall) is closed in itself, and there are caves in it. Travelers prefer Upper Sinkhole, mostly because of its peaceful and refreshing environment. Plenty of cafes and restaurants are also here.
Kurşunlu Waterfall, one of Antalya’s most beautiful natural parks, consists of 7 small ponds and pours from a height of 18 meters. The connection of small waterfalls with each other adds tremendous beauty to the Kurşunlu Waterfall. Located in the Aksu district, the waterfall is 22 km from the center. Kurşunlu is a place where you can find yourself in nature with the sounds of water flowing from each Side.
Kaleiçi is an enormous historical beauty where the old stone houses of Antalya are located, and the narrow streets with these stone houses smell of orange flowers.
In the northern part of Kaleiçi, which forms the Selçuk and Tuzcular sections, there are pearl bead shops and restaurants that are generally available for tourists. Kılınçarslan part of Kaleiçi is quieter and one of the places where tourists are curious.
Although there are multiple entrances to Kaleiçi, the best access is Hadrian’s Gate, built by the Roman Emperor Hadrianus as the entrance gate to Antalya. And when you enter through this door, it takes you to Kılınçarslan location.
Antalya Clock Tower
Antalya Clock Tower was built in 1901 on a historical bastion in the place called Kale Kapısı (Kapuağzı). The stronghold, which belongs to the Byzantine period, has five corners, and together with the clock tower built on it, all of them are about 20 meters long. It is also known as the tower where the executed people were hanged.
Yivli Minaret Mosque
The Yivli Minaret Mosque, on the other hand, is one of the oldest Islamic works built in the period of the Seljuks in Kaleiçi, during the period of Alaaddin Keykubat.
Apart from these, the large Yacht Harbor in Kaleiçi, the Kesik Minaret from the Romans, the Hıdırlık Tower with a magnificent view and the Atatürk House in Kılınçarslan are beautiful historical buildings that you can visit.
It was established in 1922 by Süleyman Fikri Erten (Teacher) to protect the works saved after the World War I. The Antalya Museum, which includes open exhibition areas and gardens, on an area of 30.000 m2 and also has 14 separate exhibition halls.
The rich historical heritage in Turkey is one of the museums.
Termessos Ancient City
Located in Döşemealtı, the ancient city is situated at an altitude of 1050 meters on Güllük Mountain. Declared as a National Park, Termessos is a historical old city between the forest and its bushes. Karaalioğlu Park
The park, which is also pronounced as Karaoğlan Park, is a magnificent park for tourists, especially Antalya, where you can have the opportunity to watch the sea from above. Sculptures, palm trees, and the sea that stretches beside you on the long walking path have become indispensable for Antalya evenings.
Also, the park hosts more than 50 bird species, one of the most beautiful parks where you can go in Turkey.
Located in Muratpaşa district, the beach is a world-renowned beach with its elegant sand feature. The beach, where there are places intertwined with red pine trees, is approximately 2 km long.
The high temperature of the seawater and the sand that is good for rheumatic diseases are some of the most important features that attract tourists.
Besides, camps of public institutions and private fields are set up on the beach during the summer. Adds a different atmosphere to Lara Beach.
With 6 km long beach located in the west of Antalya is among the longest beach in Turkey. It is deficient in the sand and is mostly covered with pebbles.
There are rocks in places along the beach. In Turkey, Lara Beach, one of the few beautiful beaches throughout the summer, has become the eye for thousands of domestic and foreign tourists.
Antalya and Transportation
Tram is at the top of urban transportation in Antalya. The most means of transport by the public is the tram, and it also passes near the airport.
Apart from that, it is possible to go anywhere you want by city buses. Taxis are a little more expensive than in other cities. Therefore, it will be best to bargain before taking the cab. Besides, there are only complementary sea bus services between Antalya and Kemer.
In most vehicles, you can easily reach the card you can get from the card filling centers.
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