Odyssey Guesthouse

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

    Pergamon

    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... The city is of particular interest for archaeologists and art historians because of the wealth of artifacts that have been excavated from the site: Pergamon was the major artistic school and hosted some of the most famous sculptures known during this period, and all of this was situated among one of the most dramatic topographical settings for a city in the Greek world.

    The most famous artifact from Pergamon is the ...

    Pide, the canoe shaped pizza

    A travel blog entry by dave_carol on May 12, 2009

    ... version of pizza. The next morning an englishmen who visited Bergama frequently showed us around the old part of town and then pointed us in the direction of the Acropolis. The Roman ruins were perched on a very large hill and had spectacular views of the valleys and snow covered mountains in the distance. ...

    Pergamum

    A travel blog entry by rnriggins on May 25, 2008

    12 photos

    ... Roman domination of Asia Minor (around 200 BC) when it was one of the Middle East's richest and most powerful small kingdoms. The theater at Pergamum is vertigo inducing. Builders decided to take advantage of the great hillside views and built the 10,000 seat theater into the hillside. Rather than making it wider, they made it higher creating incredibly steep steps with patrons having to look almost straight down to the stage. I didn't get very far down ...

    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 ...