Visit Ephesus Ancient City, Terrace Houses, Temple of Artemis, Ephesus Archaelogy Museum
Your guide will meet you at Kusadasi ( Ephesus ) Port. Very short drive to Ephesus Ancient City. We will start our tour from up to down the ancient city, walk down and see Odeon, Temples, Celcius Library; Amphitheatre where is one of the biggest amphitheatre in the world with 25. 000 people capacity and St. Paul preached; Roman Baths ; Fountains; Temples; Agora; Love House; Public Toilets. We will visit Terrace Houses that are famed with gorgeous frescos and mosaics from Roman Age. After Ephesus, we will visit Ephesus Archaeology Museum that you can see many foundations ( as coins, mosaics, statues, furnitures, etc. ). Then we will visit Temple of Artemis which is one of the seven wonders of Ancient time.
Note: I do not give tours from Izmir
* Ephesus Ancient City
* Terrace Houses
* Ephesus Archeology Museum
* Temple of Artemis
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 5 hours
Above duration is estimated. Crowd might affect the duration of the tour.
Ephesus Ancient City is far from Kusadasi about 15 miles. That's why we will need a van which I can arrange for you according to size of your group. It will be an air-conditioned van with driver
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Can be paid in $ or € - Around 15 EURO per person for entire day. Entry fees are subject to change based on daily exchange rate. You will not wait in the huge lines for tickets, I will get them in advance.
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Hakan was one of our most favoured tour guides in Turkey. His passion and enthusiasm for his region was both palpable and enlivening. He was happy to answer all our questions and was absolutely patient with a shutterbug like myself (who often lags behind for the "best shot"). He was also a unique combination of kindness, compassion and entertainer (with a sense of humour that kept us Australians buying tickets for more - metaphorically). Thanks Hakan, one of our more favourite tours. You are muhteşem!