Odyssey Guesthouse

Address: Abacihan Sokak. No13, Bergama, Izmir, 35700, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Abacihan Sokak. No13, Bergama.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsOdyssey Guesthouse Bergama

      Reviewed by crismanila77

      good budget hostel

      Reviewed Jul 4, 2010
      by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      there's not a lot of options in bergama so i think this served it purpose. 10 TL for an overnight stay, just enough time to see Asclepion and Pergamon.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Odyssey Guesthouse Bergama

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      Travel Blogs from Bergama

      Ruins of Pergamum. Splendid.

      A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop on Nov 15, 2014

      104 photos

      ... the Swiss alps. We stay here for three hours sucking in all their is to see happy snapping away before dashing down the mountain back to the coach. So once again we regroup, someone is late left their souvenir shopping up the mountain they go back, the shop keeper comes down, it's all sorted but delays us 15 mins. Then it's back to the hotel Tusan for a one night stay before moving further ...

      Pergamon and the Asclepeion

      A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Sep 20, 2009

      8 photos

      ... Galenic roots of medicine at the time).

      Anyway, back to the Asclepeion! The Sanctuary of Asclepius was a sprawling complex containing a temple to Asclepius, a Roman style lecture theatre, baths, and a long colonnaded walkway called the Via Tecta (Sacred Way). This walkway was paved in marble and lined with marble columns, and must have been magnificent in its time, because it was still pretty darn impressive now. Shops would have lined the street, selling tinctures and ...


      A travel blog entry by rhibeez on Nov 30, 2008

      ... dude who spoke fluent german and pretty good english which he says he taught himself at home! so he got a bit of practise in with us and Kris offerred him some english reading material as he said its pretty hard to find in Bergama. He must have been keen as when we got back to the Pension several hours later he had already dropped in to pick it up, so Kris quickly got it out and left it for him and he was back again within and hour or so to pick it up. Now that's hungry ...

      Bye-bye Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by natalie.b on Jun 29, 2007

      13 photos

      ... sightsee around the area, spend some time at the beach and then nine of us heading to our little house we rented in Chios on Monday (which is about an hour ferry ride from Izmir). So the presentation yesterday went really well!! We had a such a great turn out and the venue was awesome. The mayor pf the Historical Peninsula opened ...

      The last of the road trips

      A travel blog entry by khoffart on Oct 13, 2006

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... 000-seat theater, built into the hillside to save building space on the hilltop, was built of andesite. Only the royal box was built of marble. The theater had almost perfect acoustics. And the water situation? An aqueduct was built to bring water from springs in the far hills to the cistern on the citadel. The city continued to prosper until the Arab conquests in 663 and 716. As usual, the Roman streets were paved with large flat stones. A few thousand ...