• Places to visit in Kaleiçi
1- Hıdırlık Tower 5- Yivli Minaret Mosque 9- Demirciler Çarşısı
(Demirciler Bazaar)
2- Kesik Minaret 6- City Walls & Clock Tower 10- Dönerciler Çarşısı
(Dönerciler Bazaar)
3- Iskele Mosque 7- Muratpaşa Mosque 11- Hadrians Gate
4- Zincirkıran &
Nigar Hatun Türbesi
8- Tek Kapılı Han
Vakıf Hamamı
12- The Suna İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum
13- Atatürk House

Plan of Kaleiçi 

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About All Places of Kaleiçi

  1. Hıdırlık Tower: (Turkish: Hıdırlık Kulesi) is a landmark tower of tawny stone in Antalya, Turkey, where Kaleiçi meets Karaalioglu Park. It is believed that the ruling Roman Empire built it in the second century CE on a square plan. In the same century, it was turned into circular tower.
  2. Kesik Minaret: The Kesik Minare Cami (Broken Minaret Mosque), Korkut Cami or Cumanın Cami standing in the streets of Kaleiçi (Old Antalya) in southern Turkey, was originally built as a Roman temple in the 2nd century AD. In the 7th century, it was converted into a Byzantine church in honor of the Virgin Mary, but it was heavily damaged in the 7th century during the Arab invasions. In the 9th century it was repaired again. The church was converted into a mosque when the Sultanate of Rum acquired Antalya in the early 13th century, which was when the actual minaret was added. In 1361, when the crusader king of Cyprus took Antalya from the Seljuks, it became a church again, only to become reconverted into a mosque during the rule of Sehzade Korkut. The main building was destroyed in a fire of th. 1800, but the minaret survived as the Kesik Minare.
  3. Iskele Mosque: Come and peek in this 19th-century stone mosque. You’ll be surprised how little it actually is. It is a small mosque in the harbor,
  4. Zincirkıran Mehmet Bey Türbesi & Nigar Hatun Türbesi: Built in 1502, it belongs to the wife of Sultan Beyazıd II and the mother of prince Korkut. The Style is reminiscent of the Selchuk vault. it was constructed of agg Regate and brick dust and lime mortar on a hexagonal base, The walls are thickly covered in miscellaneous materials. Repairs were carried out on the mausoleum in 1961.
  5. Yivli Minaret Mosque: The Alaaddin Mosque or Yivli Minare Mosque, commonly also called Ulu Mosque in Antalya is a historical mosque built by the Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubad I. It is part of a külliye (complex of structures) which includes the Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev Medrese, Seljuk and Dervish lodge, and the vaults of Zincirkıran and Nigar Hatun. The mosque is located in Kaleiçi (the old town centre) along Cumhuriyet Caddesi, next to Kalekapısı Meydanı. The mosque’s fluted minaret called the Yivli Minare, which is decorated with dark blue tiles, is a landmark and symbol of the city. In 2016 it was inscribed in the Tentative list of World Heritage Sites in Turkey.
  6. City Walls & Clock Tower: The Clock Tower that makes up the ancient walls of the Old Town is the iconic face of Antalya. It is the last survivor of the 80 towers that once surrounded the ancient city. The rising stone structure looms over the surrounding cityscape as a reminder of its rich history. View the tower’s intriguing features of a flag, clock and several ancient inscriptions.
  7. Muratpaşa Mosque: It was commissioned by Murat Pasha of Karaman in 1570 and is covered with a high dome upon a ten-corner frame, with the inscriptions on its inner walls running all through the internal façade in a ribbon while presenting the most beautiful example of the Turkish-Seljuk art of calligraphy. The altar next to the marble pulpit worked with reliefs is a simple construction. The last congregation place is covered with three domes rising above pointed arches of coloured stone on four round columns.
  8. Tek Kapılı Han Vakıf Hamamı
  9. Demirciler Çarşısı (Demirciler Bazaar)
  10. Dönerciler Çarşısı (Dönerciler Bazaar) 
  11. Hadrians Gate (Üçkapılar): Hadrian’s Gate was built in 130 AD to commemorate the visit of Emperor Hadrian in Attaleia, as Antalya was known in this period. It was incorporated in the walls surrounding the city, and has become a major gateway to the city.
  12. The Suna İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum: The Koç University Suna & İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum reflects the spirit of Turkish traditions and Turkish folk culture with its most colourful elements. It was opened to visitors on 18 May 1996 following the restoration of two buildings registered as cultural properties worthy of preservation in Kaleiçi of Old Antalya in 1993-1995 by Suna and İnan Kıraç. Its purpose was to document traditional Turkish popular cultural elements and pass them on to future generations. The Museum is situated in two buildings: a traditional Antalya house and Church of St George. The first section of the Museum is a two-storey house from nineteenth-century Antalya and presents mise-en-scènes of traditional scenes of Turkish culture. The other building is the Church of St. George (Hagios Georgios / Aya Yorgi), a monumental cultural property of Antalya’s Kaleiçi, and displays examples of Çanakkale ceramics from the Suna & İnan Kıraç Collection.

The Suna İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum Website: *(CLICK)*

What are The Suna İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum opening hours ? The Kaleiçi Museum is open to visitors every day except Wednesdays from 9 am to 6 pm.

13.    Atatürk House: Atatürk’s House Museum is a national museum in Antalya, Turkey dedicated to the visits of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk to this city.


  • How much money to spend in Kaleiçi ?
  1. Hıdırlık Tower Entrance Fee: Free
  2. Kesik Minaret Entrance Fee: Free
  3. Iskele Mosque Entrance Fee: Free
  4. Zincirkıran & Nigar Hatun Türbesi Entrance Fee: Free
  5. Yivli Minaret Mosque Entrance Fee: Free
  6. City Walls & Clock Tower Fee: Free
  7. Muratpaşa Mosque Entrance Fee: Free
  8. Tek Kapılı Han Vakıf Hamamı Entrance Fee: Free
  9. Demirciler Çarşısı (Demirciler Bazaar) Fee: Free
  10. Dönerciler Çarşısı (Dönerciler Bazaar) Fee: Free 
  11. Hadrians Gate (Üçkapılar) Fee: Free
  12. The Suna İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum Entrance Fee: 5.00 TL
  13. Atatürk House Entrance Fee: Free

  • How do i get to Kaleiçi by Public Transport ? (by Bus, Metro, Tram, Train, Ferry, Cable Car)



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