Temple of Artemis, Ephesus and Turkish Lunch with a Private Guide
Boarding your vehichle at port of Kusadasi, drive south to Selcuk Town. . En-route see the olive groves, vineyards and pine woods while driving along the blue Aegean shores. Your first stop will be the Temple of Artemis one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. Continue to Ephesus where you start at the Magnesia Gate and walk downhill through the city. Your guide will point out the sights, bringing the history of Ephesus to life as you pause at the Odeon, Upper Agora, Town Hall, Fountain of Trajan, Temple of Hadrian and Domitianus, Memmius Memorial, Roman Baths, Terrace Houses and the extarordinary Library of Celsus. At the end of a marble street leading from the library, gaze up at the impressive amphitheater, built to seat 24. 000 people. Enjoy a lunch in the grounds of a country house. Here you will see a private demonstration of the traditional carpet making process from dying to spinning to weawing at a school where young girls are trained in the craft.
Temple of Artemis, Ephesus and Turkish Lunch
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 6 hours
Tours are conducted with A/C recent model vehicles. I use late model A/C Mercedes Vans for small groups over 2 people. Mercedes Minibus buses for larger groups. These vehicles are well equiped, and have comfortable seats for passengers.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 Turkish Lira - Approximately 10 Euro per person for entrance fees.
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Deniz was absolutely fantastic! I don't think a history teacher would know more than he did. He was so informative at the historical sites, and the lunch was beyond what we expected. It was so beautiful under the trees on the lawn with the linen draped tables. Icing on the cake. The carpet, ceramic and leather making shops were VERY interesting. I would highly recommend Denizhan for any tour.