Accomodation & Venue

Asteria Kremlin Palace

Asteria Kremlin Palace Antalya was built in accordance with the original in Kundu so that you can explore this structure, which was the residence of the Russian Tsars, without traveling thousands of kilometers to see the Kremlin Palace. Kundu; It attracts tourists both with its proximity to Antalya city center and with the beauty and relaxing atmosphere of its golden beaches.

In Asteria Kremlin Palace, our rooms offer you and your loved ones comfortable and well-equipped living spaces with the advantage of the hotel's location and magnificent architecture, as well as quality service.

Asteria Kremlin Palace offers its guests unlimited entertainment with sports and entertainment activities throughout the day. The evenings, colored by entertaining animation shows, continue until late with an open-air disco. In Asteria Kremlin Palace, table tennis, table football, darts, pool games attract those who want to spend a sportive holiday. Little guests can spend pleasant hours with their peers in fun and educational activities at the carefully organized Asteria Kids Club.


Water park with slides, table tennis, beach volleyball, basketball, tennis, water polo, pool games, mini football, darts, boccia etc. A lively and fun-filled holiday awaits you with many activities.

Live performances, special shows, gala nights, themed parties, DJ performance, Senat Disco, piano concert etc. The nights are very colorful with a lot of night entertainment.

Daily Animations

Aerobics, water gymnastics, morning gymnastics, yoga, etc. You can join our daily animations and enjoy your holiday to the fullest.


Population: 2,328,555

In the Region: It is a tourism center of Antalya province, the center of which is the Mediterranean. North; Burdur, Isparta, Konya, writing; Karaman, Mersin, shopping; There are Muğla provinces. To the south, it is surrounded by the Mediterranean. It reaches 630 km from the Antalya coast of the Turkish Riviera.

History: Antalya, which means "Attalos Dormitory", II. It was founded by Attalos. The city, which remained independent for a while after the Pergamon empire came to an end (133 BC), later passed over to pirates. B.C. In 77 BC, it was annexed to Roman territory by Commander Servilius Isauricus. B.C. In 67, it became a base for Pompey's navy. WOMAN. For Hadrian's adornment of Attaleus in 130 BC. In the university, which is the center in the university examination, there will be a great future after the examination. The modern city is not used in ancient design, the ancient hero is rarely encountered in Antalya. The first, which is described as visible, the first, which is described as the old port, is a part of it and the city wall from the course of the port. Hadrian's Gate, made from the beautiful part of the park of the walls, is one of the oldest works of Antalya.

The city of Antalya and its surroundings were called Pamphylia, which means "very big" in ancient times, and Lycia in the western part. VIII BC. those who migrated from the western shores of the Aegean Sea after that; They founded cities such as Aspendos and Side. II. In return for years, King of Pergamon II. Attalos had besieged Side. About 75 km from Antalya. The king, who could not take Side of the day, founded a city at the point where his current first center came. his name is from Attaleia here. In time, there were those who called it Atalia, Adalya. Antalya, where he didn't have a chance.

According to the archaeological excavations, that everyone lived in Antalya 40 thousand years ago. The region since 2000 BC; City-states such as Hittite, Pamphylia, Lycia, Cilicia, and Persia, Alexander the Great, and Antigonos, Ptolemais, Seleukos, which is considered to be its successor, came under the rule of the Pergamon War. Later, the Roman Period continued. The ancient name of Antalya was Pamphylia, and the cities here, especially the II. and III. had its golden age. Towards the 5th century, it lost its former glory.

Kaleiçi, while the region was dominated by the Byzantines used in the East or Turkey, was joined to Turkish lands by the Seljuks in 1207. During the Anatolian Principalities, he entered the picture of Hamitoğulları, a branch of the Teke Tribe. Teke Turkmens are one of the largest tribes in terms of population in Turkmenistan, the former homeland of Turks. XI. somehow came together. Today, the Lakes Region, which is north of Antalya and a part of Isparta and Burdur, is also called Teke region. The Ottomans school Teke sanjak affiliated to the Anatolian school was the center of the present Antalya province. It was called Teke sanjak from here. The current name of the province is actually a little form of the ancient name and was given in the Republican period.

XVII. The famous traveler Evliya Çelebi, who came to Antalya as the second new Ottoman, states three thousand houses within the castle and four 24 quarters of the castle. The city's bazaar was a fortress. According to Evliya Çelebi, his port will receive a ship of 200 pieces. Administrative San may be the son of the Ottoman period, the center of Teke Antalya, which was affiliated to Konya.

Today's Kaleiçi Houses; Some of them were knocked out and destroyed, they are big inside and walls outside. The walls are the joint work of Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods. The walls have 80 bastions. There are about 3,000 houses with roofed roofs within the walls. Regarding the design of the houses, the view from the planning point in a small planning point related to the project in Antalya and according to the viewer is in good condition. In 1972, Antalya inner harbor and Kaleiçi district were taken under protection as "SIT region" by the "Real Estate Antiquities and Monuments High Council" since its first day. FIJET (International Association of Tourism Writers) Golden Apple Tourism Oscar was given to the Ministry of Tourism on April 28, 1984, due to the shooting of the "Antalya-Kaleiçi Complex". Today, Kaleiçi is becoming impossible to meet with its pensions, restaurants and bars.

Old Antalya Houses: In Antalya, where summers are very hot and winters are warm, the sun and coolness of the old houses make the sun more happy than the cold. Shady rockeries and courtyards are features that facilitate airflow. The warehouse and hall were chosen over three floors with the entrance of the task.

Yivli Minaret: It is the first Turkish structure of Antalya. It is in the centre, near the port. According to the inscription on it, it was built during the rule of Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat (1219-1236). The brick-built body consists of eight half-cylinders. If there was a mosque next to this minaret, it must have been destroyed. Because the mosque next to the minaret belongs to a later period, 1372. It was built by an architect named Tavaşi Balaban during the Hamitoğulları period, a Turkish Principality.

Şehzade Korkut Mosque: Antalya Kaleiçi, which has been inhabited uninterruptedly since its first settlement approximately 2500 years ago, has hosted different civilizations in this process. The archaeological area, including the mosque, contains the oldest known living spaces of the city.

B.C. A monumental church was built in the 6th century AD on a corner of the area, which was built between 330-30 and continued to function as a square (agora) as the heart of the city during the Roman Period. The building is registered as a cultural property. This work, which continued to function as a place of worship uninterruptedly until the fire disaster in 1896, became unusable due to the heavy destruction it suffered and was left to its fate until recently.

Although the partial repairs made by the General Directorate of Foundations in the 1970s prevented further destruction of the structure, new destructions occurred over time and irretrievable losses were experienced, especially due to static problems and material fatigue. According to the data of the scientific excavations carried out in 2007-2008, after the examinations made with the important scientists of our country, especially the body walls cannot be sustained only with reinforcements, this situation poses a great danger to the existence of existing remains and human life, sloping and / or separated walls, which are prone to collapse, empty joints. It has been understood that the continuous and rapidly increasing material losses due to the fire of the building cannot be prevented with simple interventions and it has been concluded that all the remains in the area can only be saved before they are destroyed by comprehensive restoration, completion and landscaping works. It is aimed that the remains of different cultural periods in the archaeological area will continue to exist without further destruction, approximately 1200 quality stones found in the area will be cataloged and exhibited around the building, and the closed space will be restored with its last function recorded as the Şehzade Korkut Mosque. Utmost care has been taken to ensure that the original material of the walls with static problems is removed by numbering and reused in place.

Karatay Madrasa: It is one of the important Turkish-Islamic structures in the city center and it was built in the XIII. It was built in the middle of the century.

Evdir Han: Until the beginning of the 20th century, transportation was provided by horses and camels, and trade goods were transported with these animals. The caravans stayed on the roads, in the "Han" and in the caravanserais. Evdir Han is one of them. It is on the road from Antalya to the north. 1 km of today's Antalya-Korkuteli highway. east and 18 km from the city center. away. The most striking part is the pointed arched portal. XIII. It is a Seljuk work made at the beginning of the century.

Kırkgöz Han: The second stop on the Antalya - Afyon old road is Kırkgöz Han. Kırkgöz Han is 30 km from Antalya. It is located in Kırkgöz, Pınarbaşı locality. It is in a very solid condition.

Düden Waterfalls: Approximately 10 km from the city center of Antalya. This waterfall in the northeast is one of the natural beauties symbolizing the city. It is poured from a height of 20 meters. Its main source is Kırkgöz locality. Lower Düden Waterfall is on the way to Lâra Beach. It pours into the sea from the cliffs at a height of 40 meters, southeast of the city center. It is one of the iconic natural beauties of Antalya.

Kurşunlu Waterfall: It is 7 km from the turn of the 24th km of the Alanya road to the east of the city center, after entering the Isparta road. available later. This natural wonder is also one of the most visited places. It is as if the waterfall came out of a fairy tale land. It is in a lush green valley. The whole surroundings can be visited with a walk of about half an hour. A large number of fish live in the waters where ponds are formed in places. It also draws attention with its rich fauna. Düden, Kurşunlu and Manavgat Waterfalls have been used as venues in many Turkish films. All of them can be easily reached by bus.

Lara - Konyaaltı Beach: 10 km from the city center of Antalya. Lara Beach, a natural wonder to the east, and Konyaaltı Beach, on the west coast of Antalya centre, are the most beautiful shores of the city.

Perge: It is 18 km east of Antalya, near Aksu Subdistrict. It is an important Pamphylian city as it is located on the Cilicia - Pisidia trade route. Its foundation coincides with other Pamphylian cities (VII century BC). Perge was an important city for Christians. Saints Paulos and Barnabas came to Perge. Some wealthy people, such as Magna Plancia, have brought important monuments here. In Perge, where the first excavations were started by Istanbul University in 1946; Remains of the city consisting of Theatre, Stadium, Colonnaded Street and Agora were found.

Karain Cave: 27 km from Antalya. The ruins found in the Karain Cave within the borders of Yağcılar, in the northwest, belong to the Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze ages. This cave is one of the must-see places.

Ariassos: At the 48th kilometer of the Antalya-Burdur highway, 1 km from a left turn. it is inside. It was established on the slope of a mountain and is worth seeing in terms of its baths and rock tombs. At the beginning of the valley that enters the city of Ariassos, the entrance gate, the most magnificent ruin of the city, rises. This monument, dating from the Roman period, is called the "Three Doors" by the local people because it has 3 arches and therefore 3 entrances. An astonishing feature of the city is that three quarters of it is the remains of the necropolis, which are extraordinarily ornate monumental tombs.

Lifestyle : There is a legacy of both lifestyles that have been floating around for centuries in Antalya and its surroundings. When the Turks first came here, they immediately followed the settled order; They established villages, towns and cities. A part of the population, on the other hand, continued the nomadic life as before the Turks came to Anatolia. According to this lifestyle, which means semi-settled, there are at least 15-20 families related to each other, sometimes hundreds of families; They lived in hairy tents, went up to the mountains in the summer, and went down to the warm plains called winter quarters in the winter. They raised animals such as camels and sheep, and made a living by exchanging or selling the products they produced with the products of the settled people. They produced meat, milk, oil, and weaving hair tents and rugs with natural madder. There were even those who planted grains and vegetables in narrow areas in the winter quarters. There were even large groups of nomads (tribes, tribes) raising horses for the Ottoman army.

Turkish rugs, which adorn the most important museums of Europe today, are the handiwork of these people. A very large part of today's folk music culture is inherited from nomads. The greatest poets of Turkish folk poetry and music such as Karacaoğlan and Dadaloğlu are the representatives of this culture. While those who have lived a settled life in rural villages for a long time describe themselves with terms such as "native, peasant", if you go to a village where the nomads have settled collectively, they say "This is the village of Yörük". You can hear such descriptions in almost all parts of Turkey. However, although people emphasize this ancient life difference in this way, they all have the same root and are Turkish. Aslı, they do not look at each other differently and see this as a wealth.

Today, Turkey is one of the countries that best adapts to contemporary modern life and uses technology in the best way. But today, there are a few small nomadic groups that have both nostalgic and cultural value and have continued their lives for thousands of years. Their number does not exceed a few hundred individuals. Sadly, only camels remained from that way of life. If you go, you will see decorated camels carrying tourists with bells and bells in Belek, Manavgat and Alanya during the summer months. These camels are a souvenir from those days. You will also see Yoruk tents serving local and foreign tourists in Kemer and on the Antalya Kumluca road. In these tents, which look like a semi-museum, you can eat ayran and pancakes unique to the Yoruks. Even today, the local people of Antalya go to plateaus such as Gömbe, Sütlegen and Alanya when they have the opportunity. This tradition is an ancestral memory. In some districts such as Alanya, you will see that the snow stored in the wells of the Taurus Mountains in winter is brought to the district center in August, turned into sherbet and sold by peddlers. Again, this is just one of the old traditions of the nomads.

Local Dishes: The basis of the diet of the nomads is determined by the foods obtained from livestock and wheat. Although a small amount of fresh vegetables are produced on the coastline, wheat and dried vegetables gain weight as you go to the inner regions. It is possible to find all the world cuisines in Antalya in touristic hotels and restaurants. But local dishes unique to the region are: Fried hair, Tandoori kebab, Kölle (wheat, beans, chickpeas and broad beans), Tomato juice, Hibeş, Arapaşi.

Climate: In Antalya, where the Mediterranean climate is dominant, winters are mild and rainy, and summers are hot and dry.

Transportation: Transportation is provided by road, air and seaway. Antalya airport is open to international air traffic.



Event Date
03-06 November 2022


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03 October 2022


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23 September 2022


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09 December 2022


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23 December 2022



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