Saturn Hotel

Address: Ant Sok. No:18 Kusadasi Merkez, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ant Sok. No:18 Kusadasi Merkez, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Kusadasi Market, and Milli Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

      A breathtaking travel moment

      A travel blog entry by billiejago on Oct 22, 2014

      2 comments

      ... I could never grow old of it. Each venture through the market- filled, winding lanes usually took me somewhere new and unexpected. This town was rapidly becoming a city, with crowds at every turn. I was yet to experience the tranquility I so desired here. I found this place endearing yet with no sounds of silence, I became restless.

      A searingly hot August afternoon, I began to saunter along the harbour, on the edge of the city's madness. Today, ...

      Turkey Days 1-8

      A travel blog entry by flashpackernat on Jul 26, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... battle where the "enemy" was the allied forces, including our country. There's an entire section dedicated to the battle of Gallipoli, and wishing peace on Anzac soldiers who died there alongside of their own. Very emotional. Ataturk was the founder of modern Turkey; he was first President of Turkey back in 1920. He also gave women a lot of freedom, built many schools and made primary education free. Over 95% of Turkish people still consider him a hero, and he ...

      Ephesus

      A travel blog entry by madcats359 on Sep 20, 2013

      19 photos

      Today's agenda was a day tour to Ephesus, an ancient Greek city, and later a major Roman city. It was one of the twelve cities of the Ionian League during the Classical Greek era. In the Roman period Ephesus had a population of 33,600 to 56,000 people, making it the third largest city of Roman Asia Minor. Although the Turks will tell you it was of course the most important! The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed ...

      Selcuk, Efes, Pammukale & Hieropolis

      A travel blog entry by fiskm2013 on Aug 08, 2013

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... of Hierapolis, causing considerable damage. An approach road was built from the valley over the terraces, and motor bikes were allowed to go up and down the slopes. When the area was declared a World Heritage Site, the hotels were demolished and the road removed and replaced with artificial pools. We took the shuttle up to the Theater which was truly the most impressive of all the sites we have seen. With some restoration, it is amazing. Seating up to 15 000 ...

      Kusadasi, all those market stalls-so little time

      A travel blog entry by dougo on Jul 01, 2013

      2 comments, 90 photos

      ... br> We motored down to the huge brass (?) statue of Mary erected with the help of people in America where we made a quick photo stop and then on to Ephesus. The group was excited to be here and although we were here in 2006, we were looking forward to re-acquainting ourselves with this historic site.

      As soon as we walked in we could see lots of changes since 2006. Many more ruins had been exposed and some had had stone walls erected behind them. There was ...