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You can place the historical Kaleiçi in the Muratpaşa District, which is the frequent destination of vacationers coming to the city, to the first place of your list of places to visit in Antalya due to its rich content. The streets opening to the sea in the whole region gain a magnificent appearance thanks to the houses remaining from the Ottoman period to the present day. You can give priority to cultural areas such as Suna-İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum, Hadrian Gate and Grooved Minaret while you are walking around the historical area where you can go for these historical buildings, some of which contain accommodation facilities.

Yivli Minare

It is one of the first Islamic works in Antalya. The minaret, built by Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat I in addition to the building, is one of the unique examples all over the world.

Hadrian Kapısı

Roman Emperor Hadrianus BC. Hadrian's Gate, which was built in 130 while visiting the city, is considered as the most important work that reflects the ancient times of Antalya. Although the sculptures on the door near Kaleiçi disappeared over time, the Latin inscription preserved its existence. The marble columns in the Corinthian style of the building, which was once a part of the walls surrounding the city, stand out with its engravings and carvings.

Düden Şelalesi

Düden Waterfall, which is 10 kilometers away from the city center, is divided into 2 branches after it comes to the surface in the place called Düdenbaşı. The section called “Upper Düden”, especially from these two branches, resembles paradise thanks to its peaceful environment surrounded by rich vegetation. The upper arm of the waterfall, which includes restaurants, cafes and shops selling souvenirs, is also known as “İskender Waterfall” because of the story that tells that Alexander the Great was drinking water to his horses while passing here. Lower Düden (Karpuzkaldıran), which forms the other branch, pours into the sea by creating a unique view from Lara.

Antalya Arkeoloji Müzesi

629/5000 Antalya Archeology Museum, located in Konyaaltı, was founded in 1922 under the leadership of Süleyman Fikri Erten to prevent foreign archaeologists who came to the region from looting the historical artifacts when the city was occupied by the Italians. Nearly 5 thousand works are exhibited in the halls of the museum, which is one of the places added by the travelers who want to know about the history of the city, to the list of places to visit in Antalya. In the children's section within the cultural facility where the finds from the surrounding ancient settlements can be examined, toys from ancient times are included.