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Nysa Ruins, Aydin

(4.1/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • A very interesting visit: not very big city with everything quite concentrated, so we must not walk long distances from one site to another. The environment also accompanies. Lovely to see the fall of the evening.
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  • I can compete a comfortable with here I saw Ephesus ruins Theater building tunnel and should be viewed in the library
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  • The excavations are open in the sense that the road that divides the theater from the stadium. The site is quite small, it is worth visiting just because it's not a big detour on the road to Pamukkale/Hierapolis-Aphrodisias. The theater is in excellent condition, the stadium, built on a natural Valley, is less preserved and not boring hike out to reach, particularly the Gallery, as well as stroll among the olive groves to see the other remains. It is not a popular place, much less guarded, at the end of the visit arrived the guardian asking for 5 TL.
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  • The hotel has chosen to ruin a beautiful place to stay by supplying cheap rock hard beds. Too bad.
  • The spacious rooms. Beautiful views. Good quality food. Of the cons can only point to the noisy air conditioning, outdated a bit inyrastruktura. But as a day of rest or stay-perfect.
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  • Other comments and mentioned the tea, but I've got to come see this forgotten part of history. There is a hotel of the same name, but this is not a hotel:)
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  • My father was hoping and have got every Khan would pool dirda I this hotel more than I love
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