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 dzasta

    good value

    Reviewed Apr 28, 2015
    by (24 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

    Nice little place, cheap and close to everything I like the place

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

    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

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Bergama


    A travel blog entry by dzasta on Apr 28, 2015

    5 comments, 40 photos

    Ive come here for the ruins. This place was built about 200bc by some old bloke I have never heard of but the thing is it had what was then the worlds biggest library and a Asclepion (hospital) that made this place the worlds greatest repository of knowledge outside Egypt. And they still let me in.
    Canakkale was really nice. It was to me a bit …

    Pergamon and the Asclepeion

    A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Sep 20, 2009

    8 photos

    ... br>
    We climbed around some of the walls and towers for a while. Then we turned a corner around the temple and were stunned by a steep, 10,000-seat amphitheatre carved into the side of the hill. The marble "box seat" (for the emperor - not that comfortable but it must have kept his bum pleasantly cool during any plays or speeches he came to see!) gave a great view of Bergama below. The jaw-dropping steepness of the amphitheatre really makes it stick out as one of ...


    A travel blog entry by rhibeez on Nov 30, 2008

    ... Can you blame the Germans for saving this amazing monument from further destruction? as the Sultan at the time let them taKE it and the Turkish authorities didnt really get onto preserving all of this stuff until the 1990's. But still it feels a little sad that the turks don't have this beautiful piece of History to call their own. One of the highlights for me was walking all the way to the bottom of the hill and through the old winding streets where the locals live. ...

    The last of the road trips

    A travel blog entry by khoffart on Oct 13, 2006

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... shop Cement block factory Olive trees Cemetery Neat piles of branches, olive? Orchards Vineyards, truck gardens, cotton fields Rocky outcroppings on the hills Tractor pulling a wagon loaded with cotton We pass a road sign pointing the way to Foca. Women picking cotton Roses in bloom, common all over the region Olive groves on the hills More logs piled by side of the road Farmer plowing a field Water line coming over the ...

    Izmir to Istanbul by Ferry

    A travel blog entry by maccasworldtour on Sep 11, 2006

    2 photos

    ... and a bed to sleep in. The ferry was pretty well equipped too, it had a restaurant, a cafe, gym and a pool which unfortunately they recently emptied. I thought briefly about having a workout but was worried about how I'd feel afterwards so gave it a miss. I will save that for when I get back home. At least one arm has been getting a good workout during my ...