Villa Perla

Barbaros Mah. HesapcI Sok. No: 26 Kaleici, Antalya, Turkey
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Forum Posts

Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Muwahhid

Good day, everyone,

I have heard many negative things about Antalya. Is it generally safe to travel with your spouse and kids?

Which hotel is the closest to the sea?

Cordially,

Muwahhid
Baku, Azerbaijan

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Tdiver

Of course it is safe,with lots of people around and police.Lots of hotels near the sea,look at a map of Antalya then through a list of hotels and check which ones are closest.

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by zuriga

It must be fairly safe (what really IS safe these days?). The airport in Antalya is growing and growing to accomodate all the tourists coming there.

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by manuna

It is safe, but I would recommend that you should stay not in Antalia itself, but not far from it. Kemer or something like this.

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Muwahhid

Salam,

I see no reason for rudeness; others will read your message and I don't think they will think positively about you.

I did not understand the proverb you posted.

Concerning the safety of Antalya: I'll visit it and see how safe it is.

Muwahhid
Baku, Azerbaijan

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Muwahhid

Salam, SirVictor,

I also, forget to add that I am not a turk, I am an AZERI!

Muwahhid
Baku, Azerbaijan

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by nkt777

I haven't seen the post from SirVictor - I guess site moderators deleted it.

Please don't get offended when Turks in Turkey consider you as a Turk, as they mostly will. They use the word for not only themselves, but for all Turkic peoples. As far as most Turks in Turkey know, you are some sort of Turk from somewhere in the east. They are not trying to diminish your national identity or anything like that - take it in a spirit of brotherhood.

I should stop referring to myself as "they" :)

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by canadiantrav

Hi, I live here in Antalya along with my 2 children and yes it is safe. As for hotels check out hotels either in the Lara beach area ( kundu ) or Konyaalti beach area. In my opinion the city of Antalya is better than Kemer.

Lots to see and do with historical areas like the Kaleici ( old city center ) and great beaches in the Konyaalti or Lara areas. Shopping is great at the Migros shopping center. The Antalya museum is really worth a visit and they have a special childrens section as well. Their is a city Zoo located in the Kepez area that all children love. Also Mini-City, amusements parks, and natural parks. We recently just visited the Mini-city 2 days ago. Plus there are dolphin shows at the AquaPark ( Dolphin Park )

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by MEMOS

it is safer than BAKU

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Muwahhid

Salam,

I do not think you can find a city as safe as Baku!

Muwahhid
Baku, Azerbaijan

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Sirvictor

Salam means "Salami" (sausage) Yes we have non-porg salami/sausages in Turkey. They are safe. You can eat salam.

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by MEMOS

antalya is safer...

Re: Is Antalya safe for family travel

by Muwahhid

Hi,

I'll tell you in August, God willing...


Muwahhid
Baku, Azerbaijan

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Dost Kofte

by mvtouring about Dost Kofte

We decided to go here for a doner kebab. Thankfully, because we were not very hungry we decided to share a plate. We got the usual meat (and a lot of it) with pancake, chips and rice. It was really a big plate of food for only 10 lira.

Antalya Museum

by Erkmen

One of the biggest and important museums of Turkey..

The Museum has 13 Showrooms and an open air gallery part. A total of 5000 items are shown on a 7000 m2 ground.

Museum is open everyday except monday from 09.00 to 18.00 in summer season.

There are a a collection of fossils, from Stone to Bronze age, costumes, arts and crafts, Mosaic pavements, jewellery, Carpets, Ottoman rooms and nomadic tents are all on display at the Museum. The most important spot of the museum is the hall of gods. Where 15 god statues which were found during Perge excavations were on display.

The museum is the first one in Turkey which has a children section, In the display windows of this section, there are various children's toys and antique moneyboxes.

Antalya

by vaara

Antalya is probably Turkey's biggest resort city. As such, it's not the sort of tranquil, secluded retreat that many people think of when they plan a beach vacation. But if you're interested in doing more than simply sunbathing or swimming, Antalya has lots to offer -- a charming old town, a fantastic history museum, and of course plenty of shopping.

This is a view of Konyaalti beach, which begins about 4 km west of the city centre. See that white building on the hill to the right? That's the amazing Hillside Su hotel, which merits its own travelogue.

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