Rixos Downtown Antalya offers the rhythm of the city and the soothing effect of the nature in one. The rooms have sea, mountain and city views and the restaurants are world class. Rixos Downtown Antalya is situated on the world famous cliff top Konyaalti Beach - and you will see a number of touristic and historical venues to see in the heart of the city and its environs when you come to Rixos Downtown Antalya. Rixos Downtown Antalya is 18 kilometres from Antalya Airport and 1 kilometre from downtown Antalya. It is also rich in shopping opportunities, and you will enjoy luxury and convenience on the one hand and discover natural and historical beauties on the other.
Antalya is a vital city that has witnessed history. The Museum of Antalya is in charge of the ancient territories of Lykia, Pamphylia and Pisidia. It exhibits sculptures and remarkable archaeological ruins in a 30 thousand square metre space. Awarded the "European Council Museum of the Year" prize in 1988, the museum exhibits special collections recovered from a range of excavations. Roman sculptures from Perga are particularly exciting for history and archaeology enthusiasts.
If you are staying at Rixos Downtown Antalya, do not forget to wander the streets of Kaleici. The historical streets and bay-windowed houses of Kaleici will entice you. Most of the houses here are restored in compliance with their original appearance. Kaleici functions as a touristic centre with its restaurants, souvenir shops and antique stores.
Duden Falls are one of the alternatives for a one-day excursion if you are staying at Rixos Downtown Antalya since they are 20 kilometres from Antalya. You will find peace watching the view and sightseeing in Duden Falls. With its spectacular view and cool environment, Duden Falls function as a nice alternative for those who are stricken by the heat in Antalya.
These famous falls on the Manavgat River attract hundreds of tourists in summer. You can have a picnic by the falls, eat fresh fish at the restaurants around the falls, soak your feet in its cold waters and enjoy being in nature. Manavgat Falls are an ideal destination for those that are tired of the urban life and wish to spend a day in a cool place.
Aspendos is an ancient city, well known for its amphitheatre in Serik. A large number of tourists visit Aspendos every year. Aspendos has one of the most distinctive and remarkable examples of Roman amphitheatre architecture. It is also used to host concerts and events.
Termessos is one of the most distinguished ancient cities in Turkey. Surrounded by pine trees on the top of Gulluk Mountain, Termessos has a different and enticing atmosphere for its soothing and untouched look. It is recognized as a National Park for its natural and historical richness.
The ancient city of Perga bears traces of the Hellenistic and Roman Empires. Once the capital of Pamphylia, this ancient city is an open air museum with a theatre, stadium, baths, a necropolis and an agora. It is particularly appealing to the archaeology and history enthusiasts since you can rediscover the history simply by roaming its streets.
Established in Kemer by the Rhodians in the seventh century BCE, Phaselis is also an ancient port city. It has a rich history and is crucial for its ruins, historical amphitheatre, aqueduct, agora and baths. Combining history and the sea, it is an ancient settlement where ancient ruins enrich your holiday experience. You can breathe the historical ambience in Phaselis, which is a must-see venue.