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BJV - BODRUM AIRPORT > MARMARIS (ANY HOTEL)

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1.VEHICLE SELECTION2.ORDER INFORMATION3.ORDER RESULT
Ford Focus
Ford Focus/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 3 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 3 Luggages
Duration:
52.00
Mercedes Vito
Mercedes Vito/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 6 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 6 Luggages
Duration:
58.00
Mercedes Vito XL
Mercedes Vito XL/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 7 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 7 Luggages
Duration:
60.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 10 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 10 Luggages
Duration:
70.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 13 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 13 Luggages
Duration:
75.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 16 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 15 Luggages
Duration:
80.00

Marmaris (Any Hotel) - BJV - Bodrum Airport Transfer

Halicarnassus (Ancient Greek: Ἁλικαρνᾱσσός, TransLite. Halicarnassus or Ἀλικαρνασσός Alikarnassos; Turkish: Halicarnassus), was an ancient Greek city in modern Bodrum area in Turkey. Halicarnassus was founded by Dorian Greeks and the figures in the coins of Medusa, Athena or Poseidon as head or trident support the statement that the main cities are Troezen and Argos. Poseidon's son, as the legendary founder of Strabo, was proud of the title of Antheada. In the inscriptions, the name Karia of Haliçarnas was defined temporarily with Alosδkarnosδ.

In the early period, Halicarnassus, Kos, Cnidus, Lindos, Kameiros and Ialysus; but one of its citizens, Agasicles, was expelled from the league when he took home the prize tripod he had won in the Triopian games, instead of dedicating it to Triopian Apollo. At the beginning of the 5th century, Halicarnassus, the Artemisia I of Caria (also known as the Artemesia of Halicarnassus), gained a reputation as a naval commander in the battle of Salamis. Very little is known between Pisindalis's son and successor; but the later tyranny of Halikarussus who came to power, Lygdamis is renowned for killing the poet Panyas and causing him to abandon the city of his birth, probably the most well-known Halicarnian Herodotus.

Later the city remained in the administration of Persia. Under the Persians, it was the capital of the saturation of Caria, which had long been the hinterland and the main port. Its strategic position has enabled the city to have a significant autonomy. Archaeological evidence of the period, such as the recently discovered Salmakis (Kaplankalesi) inscription, now reveals the special pride of the inhabitants of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archeology.

Alexander the Great besieged the city after coming to the territory of Caria, and he and his ally seized Queen Ada Ada Ada after a quarrel in 334 BC.

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