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Antalya is the pearl of the Turkish Riviera -- an exciting major city, and a paradise for vacationing families from all over Europe. The coast features innumerable delightful beaches, with hotels and restaurants to suit all budgets peppering it in abundance. Those looking to break the streak of all-inclusive days by the pool will find a fascinating many ancient sites to explore in close vicinity.

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Antalya Museum
Konyaalti Cad, Antalya

Here you will find great exhibitions such as well-preserved Roman statues, enormous sarcophagi and remnants of the theatre in Perge. In a small showcase among the icons, you will find a jawbone that belonged to the Santa Claus, who was born in Patara and buried in Demre. The Museum also contains a collection of folk costumes and very beautiful rugs.

Yivli Minareli
Kaleiei, Antalya

This ribbed minaret was built by Sultan Keykubat in the 13th century, and is the city’s landmark. Nearby you can find a vibrant city center as well as an expressive riding statue of Kemal Atatürk.

Seraser Fine Dining
Tuzcular mah. Karanlik Sokak, 18 Kaleici, Antalya

Seraser Fine Dining Restaurant is located in a 300 year old mansion and they use these amazing surroundings to appeal to all of your senses.

Vanilla Restaurant
Hesapci Sokak, 33 Kaleiçi, Antalya

Vanilla Restaurant is situated in the old city of Kaleici and boasts exciting and elegant Ottoman architecture in a contemporary setting. Their modern menu consists of Italian cuisine.

Migros Mall
100. Yil Bulvari Arapsuyu Mevkii, Antalya

One of the biggest malls in the area has also got one of the greatest choices of quality shops in Antalya. Over 128 boutiques and stores offer you a variety of brand clothes, jewelry or books. Besides spending money on things that make life a little more fun you can enhance your shopping experience by dropping by at their cinema or by enjoying a bite at the great food-court.

Özdilek Park
Fabrikalar Mah. Fikri Erten Cad. 2 Kepez , Antalya

This shopping plaza offers you four floors to live out your shopping dreams. No matter what you’re looking for, you can be sure to make a find in Özdilek. While the mall does not only offer stores, it was designed as a whole entertainment center. You can rest your feet in one of the many cafés and restaurants, catch an 8D movie, go bowling or enjoy regular events within.

Passport / Visa

Visa-free entry for the purpose of tourism is granted to citizens of 78 countries, which includes nearly all of Europe and further countries around the world. Those who do require a visa can now take advantage of the online e-Visa application system, which is easy to use and allows applicants to obtain an electronic visa within a few minutes. Travellers' passports should generally be valid for 6 months following the end of the trip, but there are exceptions to the rule, and nationals of some countries may even enter the country with an ID card rather than passport. At the time of writing, nationals of the USA were temporarily not eligible to apply for any kind of Turkish visa (please consult the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for current information).

Best Time to Visit

Since most travellers choose to go to Antalya when they can take advantage of warm sea water temperatures, the best months to go are between April and September (July and August being the hottest). Weather conditions are rather favourable throughout the whole year.

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