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In ancient times, Kusadasi was called Neapolis and it was supposedly founded by sick soldiers of Agamemnon’s army during the Trojan War. The heyday of Kuşadası began in late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. Until the fifteenth century, the name of the city was Scala Nova, a commercial center of the Republic of Venice and the Republic of Genoa. In the early fifteenth century, the Ottomans conquered the city and it has been part of the Ottoman Empire and Turkey since then.
Kusadasi is now a popular destination for local and foreign tourists. The city is relatively small -- about seventy thousand people. It has a large marina and a port for cruise ships. The center, located near the harbor, is a car-free pedestrian zone. There are many beaches with fine sand near and around Kusadasi. There are restaurants and pubs which serve delicious and not very expensive food in big portions. The City Beach, a small beach with a view of the cruise ships, is located just in front of the harbor. The Ladies Beach is two kilometers from the city center. The eighteen-kilometer-long sandy beach between Long Beach Kusadasi and Guezelcamli is shallow, and therefore safe even for people who cannot swim very well.
Kusadasi is a good Turkish resort and Kusadasi hostels confirm that the city has something for any traveler. There are plenty Kusadasi hostels and almost all of them offer great conditions, such as clean and modern rooms but often you can try delicious Turkish food at a symbolic price. The bed prices for hostels in Kusadasi are also very competitive and you can find great Kusadasi hostels at very low rates. The location of most hostels in Kusadasi is very near the ferry station and the hostels literally face each other. Of course, there are also Kusadasi hostels in other parts of the city.
Written by local enthusiast for Kusadasi hostels George Traveller
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A hostel in Kusadasi costs on average $20 for a dorm. A hostel in Kusadasi with private rooms costs on average $56.
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Kusadasi is a gorgeous place! I can't wait to go back next year.
Kusadasi is such a wonderful place. There are so many places you can visit. I would love to go back. It is much warmer than Canada and some parts of U.S. Time flies when you are having fun.
We have been to Kusadasi three times and are back for a fourth this year. We love the place -- great historical sites to visit and you have a mixture of quiet and lively. There are beautiful beaches -- numerous ones to choose from (Ladies beach was our favourite). There are loads of restaurants to choose from -- Casablanca in the centrum and Sea garden on ladies beach are favourites of ours. The people are really friendly. I would recommend Kusadasi to anyone.
I've been round the world traveling and can honestly say Kusadasi is the best. I've even bought a villa out there -- it's ace.
Kusadasi is just a great place.
I was for the first time in Turkey (Kusadasi) and I still have strong emotions about that trip. This year, I am going back too -- the same city, the same hotel, just ten days longer than last year. Everything is ok there, people, food, sea, nightlife. I love Kusadasi!
I've been in Kusadasi eleven times (I am twenty-one now). I love it loads. I miss Turkey so much.
I got back fron Kusadasi not long ago and I loved it. I recommend Bar Street.
steph from england
It was my first time in this beautiful city. I can say that was just fantastic. The people are kind, the food is wonderful, and I want to come back again.
I was in Kusadasi five times -- I love Turkey!
Marina from Srbija
I've been to Kusadasi twice and I'm going back in September. I met my boyfriend there last year. I'm now planning on moving there.
I was in kusadasi 3 times this year, the locals r superb, the beaches r stunning, this full place is paradise, paddys bar is the place 2 be.
Kusadasi was such a fantastic change of pace from Istanbul. A week at Pinebay was wonderful. The town is such a happy place, with such a welcoming bunch of people. I wanna go back!
Wow... I mean wow. I can't believe how great Kusadasi is.
I love Kusadasi. I have just come back and I want to go back there. The people are so nice especially in Paddy's and Immy's bar.
Kusadasi is fantastic. Eat in Golden Boys or the China Garden and drink in Jimmys and enjoy!
I've just come back from Kusadasi. I had the best time of my life. I had never been to Turkey before, but I would certainly recommend it to anyone. The food is nice, couldn't meet nicer people, you get treated like royalty, and it's cheap.
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