Castle Gate located in Antalya city center; It was built in 130 AD. Kaleiçi is protected by two thick horseshoe-shaped walls. One of these fortification walls is on the seaside and the other on the land side. History lies under every stone in these streets, which have hosted the Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman empires. The Romans laid the foundation for these Hellenistic walls and the Seljuks expanded and repaired them. Narrow streets inside the city walls stretch up from the port along the wall. Hadrian's Gate, Yivli Minaret, Karatay Madrasa, Keyhüsrev Madrasa, İskele Mosque and Tekeli Mahmut Pasha Mosque, built in the name of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, are some of the important historical monuments within the city walls. When you use the Kırkmerdiven, built by the Venetians, on the way up and down the port, you can take your breath away, but when you meet with the magnificent view of the port, you can forget all your tiredness. There are restaurants and cafes where you can sit around the port, which is used for touristic boat trips today. The taste of walking around the stone and wooden houses with bay windows, historical texture and beautiful narrow streets is completely different here. When you look at this thousands-year-old settlement, which has inspired even international poets, painters and writers with its breathtaking view throughout the day and night, you will realize that it did not come into existence by chance.