After breakfast, you will be picked up by your guide then drive to the ancient city of Pergamon near the town named Bergama today. The Acropolis of Pergamon towers over the northern end of Bergama. It is divided into the upper and the middle cities with residential areas between them on slopes too steep for civic buildings. To visit the Acropolis, you take the cable car to reach the top of the hill. And you will see; Temple of Trajan, which the Roman Emperor Hadrian built in 2C AD. The steepest theater of the ancient world was constructed in 3C BC, rebuilt by Eumenes II again, and has 10,000 seats. The temple of Dionysus is located in the North of the theater. And some others such as; bath complex, agora, the temple of Demeter, the gate of Eumenes, the house of Attalus, etc. After Pergamon, we drive to Asklepion, a Greco-Roman city where the death shall not enter. There was a healing complex and hospital built in 4C BC on behalf of Asclepius. It was one of the most important cities with its healing methods and architecture. Asklepion is also a Roman city where they built theater with 3,500 capacity. Temples and sanctuaries. The cut stone with two serpent relief has become the symbol of medicine. After the tour, you will be driven back to your hotel.
Kusadasi or Selcuk/ Hotel or Port