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Day trip from Alacati: Pergamon, Sardes or Didima, Miletus and Priene

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We will stay 3 nights in the Aegean region, and are thinking about going to:

day 1: Ephesus
day 2: ?
day 3: Chios (the Greek Island)

On day 2 we were wondering which one would be better to visit:
Pergamon
Sardes
or Didima, Miletus and Priene

We are looking for interesting archeological sites, maybe nice towns close to the ruins, maybe good food. All those places are 2.5-3 hours away from our base in Alacati, therefore I want to make sure they are worth to visit. I have heard Pergamon is a great place to learn history, but then in another thread, there were kudos for Sardes.
We are travelling with our two sons (10 and 13 years old), who like very much history (especially the eldest one), and also multimedia. Does any of them has better services showing life in ancient times?

Hope you can help me :-)

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