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PERGAMON - TROJA TOUR DETAILS:
Are you planing to have an outing to excursion resort Pergamon / Troj
by Taxi - Cab / Chauffeur driven Privat Car

Excursion Resort:Pergamon
Destination for a day trip: 320 km from Kusadasi
Course route and time:Driven Across..Izmir takes 4 hour by taxi..
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Excursion Resort:Troja
Destination for a day trip: :390km from Kusadasi
Course route and time:Driven Across.Izmir ayvalik takes 4,5 hour by Taxi
Here you will see our Taxi Prices and Trip Variations :


Available: All Year.
Departure: Includes all transportation to and from Kusadasi Port or izmir Port.
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We would like to introduce you local culturel aspect of Ephesus by showing as handmade Carpet & Rug Art Weawing Teaching-Village of Turkmen.And Ephesus Ceramic Center
Note: The temperature can get quite hot during the summer months so don't forget to bring a hat, sunglasses, water and of course your camera.
o   Taxi Excursion / Trip to Pergamon from Kusadasi for 270,00.- Euro
o   Taxi Excursion / Trip to Troja from Kusadasi for 340,00.- Euro
o   Pergamon - Troja 380,00.- Euro
On the Prices for the Excursion by Taxi are the Entrance Fee -Parking Fee -Meal -Guide not Included .The Price are for taxi , not for each person ,our taxi have 5 seats,aiconditioned, comfortable.And Our driver has knowledge about around and speaking English .



Pergamon was a small settlement during the Archaic Period. Lysimachos, one of the generals of Alexander the Great and who had become the sovereign of Anatolia after 301 B.C., delivered the war expenditures, at the amount of 9000 talents (1 talent is believed to be US$ 7,500 approx.), to Philetarios who was the commander of Pergamon, and the kingdom founded by Philetarios by using this sum of money following Lysimachos's death, flourished and became the most eminent center of culture of the Hellenistic period for 150 years. Eumenes I, Attalos I and Eumenes II were enthroned successively after Philetarios. Eumenes II took acropolis of Athens as an example and had the acropolis of Pergamon adorned with works of art which reflected fine taste, and Pergamon became one of the most graceful cities of the world. Attalos III who succeeded Attalos II, handed over his land to the Romans when he died in 133 B.C. 
In the Acropolis, the remains that you see on the left hand side while going in, are the monumental tombs or heroons built for the kings of Pergamon during the Hellenistic period. Shops are situated at their side. When you enter the Acropolis, the remains seen at your left side, are the foundations of Propylon (monumental gates) which were constructed by Eumenes II. When you pass to the square surrounded with three stoas of the Doric order you'll notice the ruins of the temple of  Athena , built during the time of Eumenes II in the 3rd century B.C. It's just above the theater. The famous Library of Pergamon which contained 200,000 books, was situated north of the square. Antonius gave all the books of the library to Cleopatra as a wedding gift. The remains near the library, are some houses from the Hellenistic period. If you go up the stairs, you'll see the remains of the palaces of Eumenes II and Attalos II. Inside the Acropolis there are houses, military barracks and military warehouses called "Arsenals". The building that has been restored at present, is the Temple of Trajan. Trajan started it but after his death Emperor Hadrian (117-138) finished the temple in Corinthian order and it was placed upon a terrace with dimensions of 68 x 58 m. Attempts have been continuing by the German archaeologists since 1976 to erect this temple which has 6 x 9 columns and a peripteros plan (one row of columns around the temple). It is completely marble. 
The Theater of Pergamon, one of the steepest theaters in the world, has a capacity of 10,000 people and was constructed in the 3rd century B.C. The theater underwent changes during the Roman period under the reign of Caracalla. There is a 246.5 m long and approximately 16 m wide stoa (portico) in front of the theater. The road in front of the theater leads to the Temple of Dionysos (known in Rome as Baccus, god of wine). The temple was constructed in the 2nd century B.C. and reconstructed in marble during Caracalla's period (211-217 A.D). Its dimensions are 11.80 x 20.22 m. The temple, which arouses interest because of the staircase in front with a height of 4.5 m and 25 steps, has an exquisite appearance.