After breakfast, drive to Antalya Old City (Kaleiçi) where you will see Marina, Clock Tower, Hadrian's Gate, Broken Minaret, and H?d?rl?k Tower. Kaleici is a small historic part of Antalya’s modern city, also known as the Old City of Antalya. In history it was once the sprawling modern Roman town, then the Byzantine Empire, then Seljuks, and finally the Ottoman Turkish town. The Hadrian's Gate (or Hadrianus Gate or The Three Gates is a triumphal arch that was built in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian. Antalya's broken wonder is the Broken Minaret of the Korkut Mosque, which itself was built originally as a Roman temple in the 2nd century AD, and thus did not have a minaret at all. H?d?rl?k Tower is a landmark tower of tawny stone in Antalya, Turkey, where Kaleici meetsKaraalioglu Park. It believed to build in the Hellenistic era on a square plan and later turned into a circular tower in the 2nd century AD and used as either a fortification or a lighthouse in the past. We have lunch in a Turkish restaurant then depart for Duden Waterfalls. All the streams of the region aim at finding their way into the Mediterranean and they pour down the slopes of the Taurus, sometimes overland sometimes underground, and reaching their destination, result in lovely waterfalls, of which there are more than twenty. After the tour comes back to the hotel and the rest of the day is yours. Overnight in Antalya.
Transfers are included.