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  • Selcuk: Full-Day Ephesus and House of Virgin Mary Tour

    1. Selcuk: Full-Day Ephesus and House of Virgin Mary Tour

    Following a pickup from your hotel in Selcuk, enjoy a short drive to Ephesus in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan. Start by visiting the extensive ruins in the ancient city. Admire the fascinating ancient structures surrounding you, including the spectacular Temple of Hadrian, the stunning facade of the Library of Celsus, and the vast Great Theater.     Continue the tour to the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Then, stop by the house of Virgin Mary, a popular place of pilgrimage for Catholics, where it is believed the Virgin Mary spent the remainder of her life. Located on top of Bulbul Mountain, it offers visitors a panoramic view of the town.   Finally, explore the Isa Bey Mosque and marvel at its crown-like doors, a jewel of Seljukian architecture combined with decorative elements from the Ottoman Empire.

    Our guide, Marcy is a warm-hearted passionate woman. She is a great storyteller, so as we were touring, we could envision the ancient places. Ephesus is really worth going with a great guide.

  • From Izmir/Kusadasi: Private Full-Day Ephesus Excursion

    2. From Izmir/Kusadasi: Private Full-Day Ephesus Excursion

    Explore the ancient city of Ephesus on a private tour with pickup from Izmir hotels and the Izmir Port or from Kusadasi hotels or Kusadasi Port. After meeting, head to the House of Virgin Mary, the house where Mary spent her final days and where the Assumption is believed to have taken place.  Next, continue to the city of Ancient Ephesus, the best-preserved classical city in the Eastern Mediterranean. In the company of your professional guide, discover this open-air archeological museum, which was formerly the largest city on the planet. Wander around the streets and admire its beautiful monuments, including a library and roman theater, as well as a harbor. Afterwards, pay a visit to the Terrace Houses. Admire the frescoes and mosaics that line these luxury dwellings and wander through the bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens that belonged to high ranking officers, governors, and rich ...

  • Ephesus: Full-Day Private Shore Excursion

    3. Ephesus: Full-Day Private Shore Excursion

    After pickup from the pier, start your tour with a 20-minute drive to Ephesus. Visit the ancient city of Ephesus for 1 hour 45 minutes. Ephesus is one of the most well-preserved Greco-Roman ancient cities in the world, famous for the Odeon home to music concerts; the Domitian Temple, one of the first temples in the history dedicated to humans; the Celcius Library,the third biggest library in the ancient world; the amphitheater, one of the biggest amphitheaters in the world with a 24000 person capacity, where St. Paul preached; Roman Baths; fountains; temples; Agora; and the Love House.  Visit the House of Virgin Mary, one of the pilgrimage centers of Christians and the site where Virgin Mary passed her time and died. Discover its history with the former Popes, and see the gifts they brought for this shrine. Next, stop at the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient age...

  • Private Ephesus Tour

    4. Private Ephesus Tour

    Meet with your professional guide at Kusadasi Port or hotel. Drive to Ephesus-Selcuk. Ephesus is considered to one of the spectacular open-air museums in Turkey and in the world and one of the highlights of any visit to Turkey. During this privately guided tour, Ephesus city will come alive as you walk through 2,000 year-old marble streets to admire the Library of Celsius, Hadrians Temple, the Fountains of Trajan, Polio, the Temples of Hadrian and Domitian, Vedious and Scholastic Baths, Bouloterion, and the Great Theater with a capacity of 24.000 spectators. Also visit the Terrace Houses which are located on the slopes of Bulbul Mountain, opposite the Hadrian Temple. The Terrace Houses, also called “the houses of rich”, were for the important and wealthy people with beautiful frescoes and mosaics inside. After visiting Ephesus, continue on to the House of Virgin Mary. The Vatican has r...

  • Ephesus: Private Full-Day Tour From Kusadası

    5. Ephesus: Private Full-Day Tour From Kusadası

    Explore the spectacular city of Ephesus, rich in Greek, Roman and Biblical history and boasting an extraordinary number of superbly preserved monuments. As one of the best-preserved classical cities of the Mediterranean, Ephesus is the best place in the world to get a feeling of what life was like in Roman times. Walk along its remarkably well-preserved marble streets, flanked by Roman columns, temples, and fountains. Admire the fascinating ancient structures surrounding you, including the spectacular Temple of Hadrian, the stunning facade of the Library of Celsus, and the vast Great Theater. Then continue the tour just outside the city with a visit to the House of the Virgin Mary lies. According to Christian tradition – and now recognized by the Vatican – Mary was brought here by the Apostle John after the Resurrection of Christ and lived her final days in this house.

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based on 5 reviews

Thank you , Alex,for an interesting and educational tour of ephesus house of mary and Artemis temple.l took a private tour with alex as my guide.he was friendly helpful honest and knowledgeable. There was not a boring moment.His English is very clear l highly recomment visiting ephesus with a tour guide Alex who can explain the history and significance behind every structure.The booking process was also smooth fast and very flexible understanding our concerns as travellers.

Our guide, Marcy is a warm-hearted passionate woman. She is a great storyteller, so as we were touring, we could envision the ancient places. Ephesus is really worth going with a great guide.

This is probably the best tour I had during my stay in Turkey. Our guide Marsy was so informative and entertaining, made the whole tour a great experience.

Perfect tour and very well organized. The Ali guide was fantastic and well trained.