Embark on a captivating walking tour through Antalya and discover its rich history and cultural treasures. Begin your journey at the Mawlawi Lodge Museum, where you can immerse yourself in the mystical traditions of Sufism through fascinating exhibits and serene surroundings. Continue to the iconic Yivli Minare, an architectural marvel adorned with intricate details and decorative tiles, offering panoramic views of the city from its soaring heights. As you explore the vibrant streets, you’ll be captivated by the Saat Kulesi, the city’s majestic clock tower that stands as a symbol of both Antalya’s modernity and its storied past. Finally, visit the Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Camii, a magnificent mosque showcasing breathtaking Ottoman architecture and intricate calligraphy, providing a tranquil sanctuary for reflection. Join us on this enchanting walking tour to uncover the hidden treasures of Antalya, immerse yourself in its cultural heritage, and create lasting memories of this captivating city.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Saat Kulesi Entrance Fees

Route & Duration

2 hours
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    Mawlawi Lodge Museum

    The original usage was unstable. But it is definitely a monastery for the Ottoman era. There are great exhibits. (in English and Turkish) about the life and times of the poet and spiritual leader of Sufi Rumi and you can see the rooms. Can be used by performers and performances involving traditional instruments.

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    Yivli Minare

    Within the Yivli Minare complex is the superb Mawlawi Lodge Museum, a tourist handicraft center in the restored 13th-century Imaret Medresesi School (Seminary), and two cemeteries (cemeteries), one from Late 14th century and one from 1502.

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    Saat Kulesi

    Antalya's Clock Tower, built during the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II (1876-1909), marks the entrance to Kale Kapısı to Kaleiçi.

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    Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Camii

    Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Camii was built by Beylerbey (Governor) Tekeli Mehmet Paşa. The building underwent major renovations in 1886 and 1926. Note the beautiful Arabic inscriptions on the colored tiles above the windows and along the base.

Meeting Point

By the entrance to the Hadrian's Gate Hotel (Right column) (Barbaros, Hesapçı Sk. No:8, 07030 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Türkiye) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.