Top Choice Archaeological Site in Bergama (Pergamum)

Bergama Acropolis

One of Turkey's most impressive archaeological sites, Bergama's acropolis is dramatically sited on a hill to the northeast of the town centre. There's plenty to see in this ancient settlement, with ruins large and s…
Museum in Bergama (Pergamum)

Bergama Archaeology Museum

Boasting a small but impressive collection of artefacts, Bergama's museum is well worth a visit. On exhibit are reliefs from the Acropolis, including a wonderful Roman-era relief from the Demeter Terrace, and a Hell…
Ruins in Bergama (Pergamum)


The Asklepion may not be as dramatic as the Acropolis, but in some ways it is even more extraordinary. One of the most important healing centres of the Roman world, it had baths, temples, a theatre, library, treatme…
Ruins in Bergama (Pergamum)

Red Hall

The cathedral-sized Red Hall, sometimes called the Red Basilica, is thought to have been built by the Romans as a temple to the Egyptian gods Serapis and Isis in the 2nd century AD. It’s an imposing-looking structur…
Mosque in Bergama (Pergamum)

Kurşunlu Mosque

Built in 1439, this mosque gets its name from its dome coated in lead (kurşun).
Mosque in Bergama (Pergamum)

Kulaksız Mosque

This mosque on the town's main thoroughfare was built in 1803.
Notable Building in Bergama (Pergamum)

Çukur Han

This 14th-century caravanserai in the historic Ottoman bazaar originally had 28 rooms that once provided accommodation for traders and their caravans of goods and animals. The lower floor was a depot, barn and workp…