It is the central district of the city of Antalya, which is located in the region, with the same name.
Antalya is one of Turkey’s most important tourism center. Nature, palm-lined boulevards, is one of Turkey’s most important tourism center of the central Old City has preserved its traditional architecture and large-scale tourism investments. Antalya at the same time, it is one of Turkey’s large-scale migration and urban areas.
According to 2010 data, a total of 1,001,318 people, 502,491 males and 498,827 females, live in Antalya city center. Tourism 11,564,513 foreign and 1028,624 domestic tourists came to Antalya in 2018.
There are many touristic places in Antalya and touristic businesses around these places. Tourism in Antalya is carried out in many different areas.
Cultural Tourism Cultural tourism is the name given to visitors to see and taste the historical and national values of the place they go.
Museums and Ruins The first museum opened in Antalya in 922 was opened by Fikri Erten in the warehouse of the Aleaddin Mosque. This museum was moved to the Yivli Minaret Complex in 1937. The museum, which operated here for 35 years, was moved to its current location on Konyaaltı Street in 1972. The museum, which contains many works that shed light on the history of Antalya, was awarded the European Council Special Award in 1988.