Nowadays there's not too much left to see from the one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, but you could imagine all its lost splendor. Worth every penny from the entrance fee.
Not a bad place to visit not very well developed as a tourist attraction but worth the entry fee of 10TL each when we went. Can walk around the ruins themselves and read some good history. Probably not good with small kids but otherwise very good especially for the price.
My family visited the Mausoleum as part of our '7 wonders' tour. We were surprised the local resorts didn't offer any excursions to the site. We travelled to the mausoleum by taxi. I'm glad we did as it might have been hard to find. The site is tucked away on what looks like a back street. Very few signs are... 更多
There's not much left of this ancient wonder, but it still has a certain atmosphere and what is there is well displayed. The interpretation is good and there are the remains of massive architecture and a few delicate bits of carving.
This is a short walk from the castle and very easy to find. The entry fee is cheap so worth visiting to see where the word "mausoleum" originates from. There is the outdoor area where the tomb used to be and also a small indoor section where you can view a model of what the tomb and area used to... 更多
Yes it's sad to walk onto this ruin that was once one of the Seven Wonders of the World ...you go back to Bodrum Castle and you see the most of this Mausoleum in the stones around you, yes you are walking into history.
The Mausoleum, the oldest and most significant treasure of Bodrum. A tomb built by Artemisia II in honor of her husband, king Mausolos. The structure had more than 150 feet ,first destroyed by earthquake and then found by knights of St John , that used its stones to construct the Castle os St Peter. From one of the seven Wounders... 更多
Not the easiest place to find if you travel independently but worth the effort. Once there, it's informative and amazing to consider it is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world!
We were fascinated by the history which dates back and before the earthquake it would have been an amazing site but u must also visit the rooms and see the fab video with so much information sadly they don't sell the video but u can see it on ytube followed by a trip to the amphitheatre of course fairly close... 更多
Well worth a look. Not well maintained and the signage is ordinary, but given the cheap entry price, you don't feel disappointed. I don't normally review archaelogical sites, but I wanted to mention this one because of what we experienced after. As you walk out the gate, turn left and there is a tiny three table kitchenette about 30 metres... 更多