Private Local Tours in Turkey
with a personal touch!

HIGHLIGHTS OF EPHESUS TOUR

This is a private tour and includes a driver and a separate English-speaking guide who will accompany you into all attractions to provide commentary.

Arrive Kusadasi continues to be a significant tourist destination with its historical character. Crystal clear sea, streets covered with old houses. The colourful and historical streets are giving the impression of being Mediterranean city.

After a short drive from Kusadasi visit to House of Mother Mary where she is supposed to spend her last years together with St. John; Then to Ephesus is the best-preserved ancient city in Turkey, famous for its Celsus library, great theatre, marble streets, temples, and baths. It's situated in the fertile Ionian landscape and has been known throughout history for its temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient World. Ephesus is one of the open air museum in Turkey. Ephesus is considered to be the Showpiece among all the antique cities of the world. After a cultural oriented tour around Ephesus it is time to taste the local cuisine . After lunch in visit to St. John’s Basilica ; build by the Emperor Justinian over the tomb of St John the Apostle.

Terrace Houses; Ephesus residential villas.

The Museum of Ephesus keeps history alive with it is unique collections.

Duration

  • 7 Hours (approximately)

Suggested Places to Visit

  • Ancient City of Ephesus
  • Archeology Museum
  • House of Mother Mary
  • St. John's Basilica
  • Terrace houses

Tour Prices

  • US$ 100/per person (when group size is 2 persons)
  • US$ 85/per person (when group size is 3 persons)
  • US$ 80/per person (when group size is 4 persons)

Tour Prices Include

  • Transportation by A/C deluxe van
  • Guiding services
  • Parking fees

Tour Prices Exclude

  • Entrance fees to museums and sites
  • Lunches and beverages
  • Gratuities to the guide and driver

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