4-8 Hours ( Daily )
Pickup Time available
Ephesus Antique City, Temple of Artemis, House of The Virgin Mary
The tour will start with the pick up services from the hotel or port with professionally English speaking guide.
After breifing of where will be seen and visited, there is a small journey for 25 minutes to Selcuk where Magnificient Smell of Ancient Ruins stay.
Firstly Ephesus Ancient City will be visited. After that, proceed to The House of Virgin Mary where people finds hope and relief, and also nice and beatiful views.
After fullfil the soul, continue to The Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders. Than there is drop off services.
Ephesus Ancient City, With its well-maintained street, baths and temples, shops, Library of Celsus and Great Theatre,
Ephesus is the best preserved classical city in the eastern Mediterranean Marvel. It is believed that the city firstly was founded by the tribe of the Amazons,
great female warriors. And its name comes from "Apasas", the name of a city in the "Kingdom of Arzawa" meaning the "city of the Mother Goddess" .
Ephesus that today listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, was than founded again by the Ionian Androclus, son of Codrus.
During the time, it was center of learning and the birthplace and home of the great Pre-Socratic philosopher Heraclitus
House of The Virgin Mary is located on the top of the "Bulbul" mountain 9 km ahead of Ephesus, the shrine of Virgin Mary enjoys a marvelous
atmosphere hidden in the green. It is the place where Mary may have spent her last days. The structure, has been built in the 4th century AD as a church, combining
her house and grave. The place consist the "Water of Mary", a source to be found at the exit of the church area and where a rather salt water, with curative
properties, can be drunk by all.
Temple of Artemis that built in the 6th century BCE The Temple of Artemis, with its tremendous size, double the dimensions of other Greek temples
including the Parthenon, was soon regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Destroyed by a deliberate fire in the 4th century BCE and then rebuilt,
the great Ionic temple survived until Late Antiquity and the Gothic invasion of c. 267 CE. Once again rebuilt, in 401 CE it was torn down for the last time by a
Christian mob. Today only the foundations and a solitary column stand as a reminder of the site where once stood the greatest temple in the ancient Mediterranean.
• Entrance fees of attractions
• Professional English Speaking Guide
• All sightseeings mentioned in the itinerary
• Pick up and drop off services
• Land transportation by air-conditioned non-smoking vehicle
x Tips to the guide&driver(optional)
x Personal expenses
• Meeting point for the tours are lobby of the your hotel
• Passports should be taken for childrens (photo of pasaport is accaptable)
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