When walking down the street you may be approached by shop owners offering you items and inviting you in to their shops.
If you want to say no, don't say 'no' or 'hayir' (Turkish). The Turkish make a clicking noise with their tongue to say 'no' in this situation.
Try this and they will probably leave you alone.
We took a flight with Pegasus...
We took a flight with Pegasus Airlines.
One of the most famous ways to get around is by 'dolmus'. We hired a car by the 'Varuna' company and one day we took a taxi. Price of the taxi: he drove with us about 60 km and stayed with us all day (stopped wherever we wanted and waited in the car) and we paid 1500 BEF or ca. 40 Euro.
Cinemas in Antalya
Name: Antalya 2000 Plaza
Address: Recep Peker Cad. Plaza 2000 IS Merkezi No:22 / Merkez
Phone: (242) 312 6296
Name: AFM G-MALL
Address: G-Mall Shopping Center ANTALYA
Name: AFM LAURA
Address: Laura Shopping Center ANTALYA
Phone: 0 242 324 40 00
Name: CINEPLEX CULTURE CINEMA
Address: Atatürk Qvenue Nr:60 ANTALYA
Phone: 0 242 244 03 63
Address: Meltem Quarter ANTALYA
Phone: 0 242 237 01 31
Address: White World Shopping Center Lara - ANTALYA
Phone: 0 242 323 57 97
Name: MIGROS CINEBONUS
Address: Meltem Quarter 5M Migros ANTALYA
Phone: 0 242 230 14 14
Fax: 0 242 230 13 53
Name: DEEPO Outlet Center
Address: Sinan Mah. Antalya-Alanya Yolu Havalimani Karsisi
(242) 340 6200
"Sun, Sea, Natura..."
Because of the archaeological and natural riches of the area, Antalya is also known as the Turkish Riviera. The sun, sea, nature and history combine to form a very popular resort, highlighted by some of the cleanest beaches in the Mediterranean. The 630km shoreline of the province is liberally scattered with ancient cities, harbours, memorial tombs and beaches, secluded coves and lush forests, many of which are easily accessible from the city.
Antalya also has its fair share of wonderful beaches. Konyaalti beach is west of the city and Lara beach runs along the eastern side of the city centre. These offer every kind of water activity: aqua park, banana boats, pedal boats and paragliding. Indeed, and you might not believe it, but in March and April, you can ski in the nearby mountains in the morning and swim and laze around on the beach in the afternoon!
The symbol of Antalya is the Yivli Minaret, which was built in the 2nd century BC when King Attalos II established the city. Since then, the Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Ottomans have all conquered the city. In the picturesque Old City, Kaleici, traditional wooden houses line the narrow streets and old people sit outside their houses drinking Turkish tea.