Bodrum City Sightseeing Walk
- Duration: 4 hours
From US$ 65
After meeting with your guide, begin walking through the narrow streets of the city. Start at Bodrum Castle, built by the St. Jean Knights on the site of a Turkish Castle built by sailors of the Menteşe Principality in 1261-1269. Bodrum Castle now serves as the Museum of Underwater Archeology. Visit the Mausoleum - one of the 7 Wonders of the World - and admire the breathtaking views of Bodrum from the Antique Theater. During this tour you will also visit the classical site of Myndus and the former house of a well known Turkish singer who used to live in Bodrum.
In this Izmir Sightseeing Tour, make your first stop at Kordonboyu, with its transformed coastline, after a short walk from Izmir port. Izmir’s famous Kordon has been the theme of many poems and lyrics and is known for being full of life and culture. There, admire the blue bay, green coast, sunset, and the ships hurriedly coming and going from the bustling port. Enjoy a walk along the strip, where you'll find various restaurants, bars, and cafes. Take the time to taste the city together with residents in Republic Square. There, enjoy a break and take some photos of the statue of the founder of the Turkish Republic, Ataturk, in the center of the square. Next, continue to walk on Kordonboyu until you soon reach Konak Square. See the symbol of Izmir in the center of Konak Square as well as the Clock Tower and its close friends, the pigeons. Close by, in twisting lanes and narrow courts, a...
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...
Explore the romantic side of the charismatic city of Izmir with a local professional guide. Admire the beauty of the city with your partner on this romantic tour.
Discover what is so romantic about Izmir Teleferik. Hear many historical love stories, hidden in the pretty old lanes, buildings, and parks in the city. Know about the heartbreaking and tragic to the hilarious or spicy stories of the romantic legends.
Find the best place in the city for a date and where you can take the most beautiful photos. Admire the warm and welcoming vibe of the spectacular city of Izmir on a romantic tour. This tour is especially recommended to take around Saint Valentine Period.
Immerse yourself in romance as you explore charming locations around the beautiful coastal city of Marmaris. Learn the fascinating love stories of the area, from the heartbreaking to the hilarious. Find out what is special about the Dancing Fountains, and be spellbound by the magical atmosphere. Discover the best spots for a date night from an informed local expert, and take photographs together to treasure.
Ephesus is a marvel of our ancient past. From the majestic gates of its library to its marble streets, it is best explored with an informative guide who can point out all there is to know about this venerable metropolis. After meeting at the cruise ship port, you will enter through the Magnesia Gate and begin a relaxed downhill walk with your expert guide. As you wander these streets, you will learn how this once-bustling port city was an important piece of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine Empires. Snap some pictures of the well maintained ruins, marvel at the well preserved library and stand on the stage of the Great Theatre. Imagine what it must have been like to hear one of Euripides' plays performed here in front of 44,000 enthralled spectators. After Ephesus, we head to the Temple of Artemis. Your imagination has to work a little harder at this ancient wonder of the world, as today ...
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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.