Shore Excursion, Museums / Culture, Food and Wine
Kid Friendly: Yes.
You must be able to get in and out of the van.And there will be uneven parts in the tour.
Maximum travelers: 3
English (fluent), Turkish (fluent)
Private Ephesus Tour with Terrace Houses
If you are interested in history and archeology, this tour would be good for you. It will be a detailed archeological tour in Ephesus city including with terrace houses where the wealthiest Romans lived with their servants. They welcomed very important rulers and governers of the ancient Rome visiting Ephesus in these houses. They cooked delicious meals and had their local wines in Ephesus. We will spend about 3 hours in Ephesus ancient city in total. We can have our lunch at a local restaurant in Selcuk town. After lunch we will visit Ephesus archeological museum where you can see the original pieces founded in the archeological site of Ephesus. We are visiting St. John Basilica with Ayasuluk Castle. After visited by Pope Paul 6th it was declared as a religious site of Catholics to visit in 1967. You'll have a chance to see Artemis Temple from St. John Hill, as well. Ayasuluk Castle hides the chapel of St. John to believed where he wrote his Bible. The fort hosted Byzantine and Turkish soldiers, as well.
*Ephesus ancient site with terrace houses.
*Ephesus archeological museum
*St. John Basilica and Ayasuluk Castle
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up from Kusadasi port cruise terminal exit
End location: Drop off Kusadasi port
Duration: 7 hours
This tour will be operated with a Mercedez minivan van with AC.
For your larger groups I can accommodate a large van.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
85 TL(Turkish Lira) - Ephesus ancient site with terrace houses 40TL
Archeological museum of Ephesus 10TL
St. John Basilca 10TL
Lunch at the restaurant 25TL
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Emre has an excellent historical knowledge and will talk about his life in Turkey very openly. We had a two hour discussion of Turkish politics on the way into town that I initiated and I found his insight fascinating. He helped out with my wheelchair and put a lot of effort into the entire day. I would highly recceomend him as a guide.