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  • Ephesus Entry Ticket with Mobile Phone Audio Tour

    1. Ephesus Entry Ticket with Mobile Phone Audio Tour

    Founded by the Greeks and conquered by the Romans, Ephesus was once a city of proverbial wealth. It was a bustling port which over time developed into an important center for Christianity. On this self-guided tour, benefit from skip-the-line entry then explore using your smartphone to travel back in time to the city’s former life. The tour is the perfect way to experience the site in a fun and insightful way, and gain valuable insight into one of the most popular places in Turkey. The first stop of the day is to the State Agora, which was once the political heart of the city boasting a lavish square. Continue on to Bouleuterion, and discover the meeting point of the city council which perhaps was also a space for artistic performances. As you stroll around the colonnades, stoas, and other buildings, listen to fascinating stories about what life was like here for locals. Arrive at the Te...

    I had a great time with this. It was easy and it helped me a lot to get around the site and learn some things.

  • Full-Day Pamukkale Tour from Kusadasi

    2. Full-Day Pamukkale Tour from Kusadasi

    The rock formations of Pamukkale (literally, "Cotton Castle") are a series of white terraces saturated with dissolved calcium bicarbonate, bubbling up from the feet of the mountains beyond. As the water flows over the edge of the plateau and cools, carbon dioxide is given off and calcium carbonate precipitates as hard chalk, or travertine. The spring emerges in the middle of the ancient resort city of Hierapolis (the ruins themselves are worthy of a stop as well). Sadly, the travertine that makes up the Pamukkale is gradually turning from white to yellow, and is even thought to be drying up. Thirsty hotels are blamed by the government, which has demolished many of them. This is good for the Pamukkale, but it makes finding a hotel increasingly difficult. Most stay in Pamukkale Koyu. The Hierapolis archaeological site lies west of Pamukkale Koyu. Its main features include a temple of Apo...

    It was one of my best trips during my stay in Turkey. The organization was excellent. I was picked up at the arranged time from my hotel. I was very lucky with professional guides John and Nizam, who were both friendly and helpful.

  • Izmir: Private Airport Transfer

    3. Izmir: Private Airport Transfer

    In Airports: Your driver will be waiting with a board with ‘’YOUR NAME’’  on it in front of the exit gate. You will be escorted to your vehicle and your driver will drop you off to any address in Kusadasi or any specific area. In Hotels ; Upon your reservation request the supplier will reply to you as fast as possible and send your confirmation. Your driver will be waiting in front of your hotel for your transfer service to any specific area such as Izmir airport,. The supplier offers you a 24 hour, 7 day, 365 day per year service to and from Izmir airport. All of the vehicles are air conditioned, clean, and fully insured for your protection. They offer 1st Class professional and reliable service with no fuss, no hassle, and no waiting time charges, just the first-class service you expect and deserve. The supplier is constantly monitoring flight times so please don't w...

  • Ephesus: Self-Guided Virtual Tour and Audio Guide

    4. Ephesus: Self-Guided Virtual Tour and Audio Guide

    Your virtual tour begins at the State Agora. Listen to the stories about this lavish square that was the political heart of the city. Continue on to Bouleuterion, where you’ll discover the meeting point of the city council. Marvel at the Temple of Domitian and hear about the rather unusual architectural layout of its altar. Next, walk virtually along Curetes street, which connected the political and commercial areas of Ephesus, and learn about the Nymphaeum of Trajan. Explore the ruins of the large complex of baths at Scolastica, and admire the marble toilets. Continue to the grave of the Egyptian princess Arsinoe, the mesmerizing Celsus library, and the gate of Mazeus and Mithridates. Hear about the Grand Theatre and the spectacular ruins of the enormous Church of Mary. The virtual tour consists of audio narration, real images, and satellite and street views of Ephesus and its surroun...

  • Marmaris: Full-Day Boat Trip with Unlimited Drinks and Lunch

    5. Marmaris: Full-Day Boat Trip with Unlimited Drinks and Lunch

    Your tour will begin at 9:30AM, at which point hotel pickup will begin from hotels in the region. From there, you will be transported to your boat. Adaköy'te will be the first stop of your tour. Here you will discover fish farms, where mullets can be thrown bread. After about 15 minutes exploring the fish farm, you will take your first swimming break on the "Island of Paradise". After a swimming break of about 45 minutes, you will depart for some nearby caves. You will then have a short break, before exploring the local cave for 30 minutes, with 5 minutes for a photo shoot following your exploration. Following 45 minutes of sailing, you will take a break for food. Your good will be prepared and served onboard, with a menu usually consisting of grilled chicken, salad, and pasta. Following lunch, a 1hour break will be given, in which you can swim at Turunc Beach, or explore the nearby qu...

  • Marmaris: Day-Cruise to Cleopatra Island and Gokova Bay

    6. Marmaris: Day-Cruise to Cleopatra Island and Gokova Bay

    From Marmaris Cleopatra (Sedir Island), you will take a half-hour drive followed by a 2-hour long boat trip during which you will receive two swimming breaks in the turquoise waters of Gokova Bay. After a barbecue lunch is served onboard, your trip will be crowned with 3 hours of free-time on the unique sands of Cleopatra Beach. The sands of the island are legendary, and are believed to have been imported by Mark Anthony as a gift to his love Cleopatra. You can walk barefoot along the stretches of golden sand, which squeak with each step.  The Amphitheater and fortifications are also well worth a visit, if you can bear to tear yourself away from the breathtaking backdrop of mountains which frame the bright azure waters of the bay. At the conclusion of your day in paradise, you will be returned to your point of origin.

  • Private Ephesus Bible Study Tour

    7. Private Ephesus Bible Study Tour

    Ephesus is a city created by the Ionians in the 11th-Century BC and later expanded by the Romans. Now considered one of the grandest reconstructed sites in the ancient world, the region also hosted the likes of Cleopatra, Mark Antony, the Virgin Mary and John the Apostle. After a pick up from Kusadasi port or your city hotel, you will be driven to the Ephesus region to start your tour. Your first stop will be the Temple of Artemis, considered one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Next you will explore the old Greco-Roman city of Ephesus. See the magnificent Magnesia Gate and begin a slow, downhill walk into the ruins of the former Roman provincial capital. Your route will take you past the Temple of Hadrian, the Fountain of Trajan, the Great Theater and the spectacular Celsus Library, one of the best-preserved buildings among the ruins. Visit the Odeon, Bouleterion, Temple of H...

  • Marmaris: Full-Day Jeep Safari with Lunch

    8. Marmaris: Full-Day Jeep Safari with Lunch

    A convoy of well maintained Jeeps will take you right off the well-beaten track, through the stunning countryside of the Bozburun Peninsula and Marmaris National Park. You can enjoy the spectacular views of pine-forested mountains dotted with small villages, and make a "traditional wish" by walking 3 times anticlockwise around a 2000-year-old tree (guaranteed to be granted). Later, you can swim in the cool Marmaris Turgut Waterfalls, and walk on the magical waters of Jesus Beach Marmaris. The total journey will cover a mixture of dirt track and asphalt country lanes, and throughout the tour it will be assured that your safety is a priority. You will have a maximum speed limit of 50 kilometers per hour, and all Jeeps are driven by a professional safari driver. This cross-country expedition is sure to be an unforgettable experience!

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What people are saying about Aegean Coast Region, Turkey

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 43 reviews

Great value and good fun

This was a fantastic day trip out of Bodrum... though I would have liked more time in Pamukkale. The soak in the pool is well worth it. The only thing that spoilt it was the stop at the leather shop on the way back, where we were subjected to a naff catwalk show then encouraged to buy leather clothing on a rather warm day. It would have been better (and probably more appropriate) if we stopped at one of the Onyx workshops the region is famous for.

Good tour of Ephesus and engaging guide

We had a fun day seeing Ephesus and surrounding village. Our guide was very engaging. We didn't quite get what was advertised. We didn't go to the Temple of Artemis (not that there's much there) or the Basilica of St. John and the House of the Virgin Mary. But we did get a delicious lunch. We probably could have done without the visit to the carpet and leather shops.

Very well organised , good tour guide

Good tour organisation. The 4 hour journey dint feel stressful at all. Thank you. We enjoyed it. Rekha