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Located 13 km northeast of Antalya city centre is the Antalya Airport (AYT) also known as Antalya Havalimanı. It is one of the major airports southwest of Turkey, and is the thirtieth-busiest in Europe. The airport has three terminals; one for domestic flights and two for international.

Transit to and from the airport is by bus, taxi or car rental.

Quick facts about Antalya

Car rent
from $ 21.00 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 10.61 per night
Turkish Lira
Reference average prices in Antalya
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 3.44
🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 13.78
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 2.07
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 0.45
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 177.72

Best time to visit Antalya

The best time to explore the city
from March to May (Spring) and September to November (Autumn)
Hotels from $10.61
Antalya is coldest in January with an average temperature of 10°C and hottest in July when temperatures average 28°C and the most daily sunshine is 13 hrs.
Antalya receives an average annual rainfall of 1009 mm. July is the driest month with 3 mm of rain, and December the wettest with up to 210mm of rain.
The weather

The best time to visit Antalya for ideal weather is  from March to May (Spring) and September to November (Autumn)

Waterfall Duden at Antalya

Founded by Attalus II, a king of Pergamon in the 2nd century B.C. Antalya is a Turkish resort city located on the Gulf of Antalya.

Originally called Attaleia after its founder, the city is a largely popular tourist destination with lovely beaches and an Old Harbour filled with yachts and surrounded by resorts and hotels.  Its beautiful blue waters earned it the name, “Turquoise Coast” and the city remnants from its past, such as Hadrian’s Gate and the 2nd-century Hidirlik Tower from when it was a major Roman port.

Things to do in Antalya

A gateway to the southern Mediterranean region of Turkey, Antalya is an attractive city of relaxing beaches, rocky coves and tourist destinations that draw visitors from all around the globe annually. With scenic views and warm weather, there is much to do in the city all year round, whether you spend your time exploring the old quarter of Kaleici or any of its coastline beaches. 

The old bridge is known as "Bugrum or Oluk" bridge. Koprucay river landscape from Koprulu Canyon National Park in Manavgat, Antalya, Turkey. The Ancient Roman architecture

Koprulu Canyon National Park

Spend a day hiking Canyon National Park, or  explore the ancient ruins, or just enjoy the dramatic Mediterranean scenery. Koprulu Canyon National Park is the largest cedar forest in Asia Minor that is located 2 hours away from the centre of the city. It’s home to a canyon  that extends up to 14 km along, with cliffs reaching a maximum height of 400 m ( about 1,312 feet) in height.

While the temperature in the Mediterranean beaches reaches up to 50°C in the summer, you can find yourself in the middle of a green valley, floating on the cool waters of the mountain river, away from the heat at least for a while, or going rafting beneath the historic Roman bridges. Fans of climbing and trekking will be delighted with this  scenic spot.

Konyaaltı Beach

Located in the heart of the city, Konyaaltı Beach is a great place to mingle with the locals and enjoy a swim. Set against the Taurus Mountains, the beach stretches over six kilometres and has added attractions like basketball courts, corner shops and trees for shade along its beachfront.

Antalya Archaeological Museum

A museum with one of the richest collections in Turkey, Antalya Archaeological Museum can be found 2 km west of the city’s old quarter.  Home to 13 display halls that house artefacts and statues from several civilisations, including that of Rome, Perge, Byzantium, Lycia and more, the museum is a treasure trove for archaeology and art history lovers alike.

The Old Quarter (Kaleiçi)

Antalya’s old quarter is a romantic district set against the ancient marina and seaside cliffs. Winding cobblestone streets and Ottoman mansions, this picturesque part of the city is home to some of the best nightlife and cuisine in the city. A stroll through the old quarter will reward you with finds of music venues, cozy restaurants and boutique hotels with magnificent views of the Taurus Mountains and the Mediterranean.

Antalya Cuisine​

The cuisine in Antalya is one of fresh seafood and varieties of grilled meat. Some options you will find include the popular shish kebab of lamb, chicken or meatballs grilled on skewers.  There is also the bean salad known as piyaz, made with tahini. Another is the tasty paça soup, which is a great cure for a hangover and consists of sheep’s brains, broth, the foot or head of meat and a number of herbs.

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