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Ephesus Tours

                                EPHESUS TOURS  
From Kusadasi or Izmir or Izmir airport, you travel north to
St. John’s Basilica, passing the Byzantine fortress at Selcuk
and the ruins of the Temple of Artemis. Continue to Ephesus
Museum then up to the House of Virgin Mary located in Bulbul
Mountain. After the visit head for the upper gate of Ephesus.
By the end of touring Ephesus, return to Kusadasi
or Izmir or Izmir airport.
 Full Day Ephesus Tour  Prices include private transportation with A/C vehicles, lunch, professional licenced  guide, all entrance fees and VAT.  Free Ephesus Book  
  Half Day Ephesus Tour  Prices include private transportation with A/C vehicles, professional licenced  guide, all entrance fees and VAT.  Free Ephesus Book 

Places to see

                      EPHESUS PLACES TO SEE   
Ephesus is the best-preserved classical city on the
Mediterranean, and perhaps the best place in the world
to get the feeling for what life was like in Roman times.
As a strategic coastal gateway to the Eastern World, this
Ionian refuge grew to be the second largest city in the
Roman Empire, the site of a Christian shrine, and one of the
seven wonders of the ancient world.
 Temple of Artemis     Selcuk Town                                               
 Sirince Village  The House of Virgin Mary             more.....               

Historical Sites

                  EPHESUS HISTORICAL SITES   

Agean region of Anatolia has been home for
many civilizations for the past 4000 years. Kusadasi is
located near many of the most well known historical sites
in Anatolia. Click for detailed info and pictures of each
site below. You may also obtain info through our
interactive Historical Sites map
 Ancient Ephesus  Ancient Priene         
  Ancient Aphrodisias  Temple of Artemis                     more....        

Cities of Turkey

                        CITIES OF TURKEY   
The Republic of Turkey is a democratic, secular,
constitutional republic whose political system was
established in 1923.Due to its strategic location,
  straddling Europe and Asia and between three seas,    
Turkey has been a historical crossroad between
eastern and western cultures.It has been home to
several great civilizations and the location.....
 Istanbul City   Ankara City          
   Izmir City  Antalya City                more turkish cities...          

Greek Islands

                          GREEK ISLANDS   

Greece and the Greek islands are one of Europe ’s
favorite holidays destinations. the beautiful landscapes
and beaches, picturesque ports and villages,
Greece heavy historical, archaeological and mythological
heritage.This part about the Greek islands and Greece
provides much travel information also about the
islands: pictures, culture, map, history, more...
 Samos island   Rhodes island           
  Kos island          Santorini island              more greek islands           

Ephesus Tours
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House of Virgin Mary 
Saint John Basilica
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Create Your Ephesus Tours - Turkey Travel
   Create Your Own Tour Programme           
 The Best and the most economical way to see beautiful
 parts of neighbourhood is hiring a minibus including driver
 and proffesional tour guide. So that you can visit :
 Ephesus Ancient city, Temple of Artemis,
 Basilica of St. Jean, The House of Virgin Mary,
 Ephesus Archeological Museum,
 Priene Ancient City, Miletos Ancient City,
 Didyma Temple of Apollo,
 Statue of Medusa and Sirince Village.
 1-Ps: There are two destinations
 ( Ephesus way and Priene, Miletos,  Didyma way)
 2-Ps: The Price depends on number of passengers.  
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Land of Ephesus
The history of Ephesus stretches out like a landscape, from its hazy and distant beginnings veiled in myth, to its later glory, as the Roman Capital of Asia. The name "Ephesos" was probably derived from the word "Apasas", the name for the site in the late Bronze Age. A pre Greek name, most likely meaning bee, it is strongly supported by the popular symbolism of that most famous of goddesses, the Ephesian Artemis. The ancient author Strabo refers to the early populations as "Karians and Lelegians, whilst Pausanias relates the tradition of the Amazons of Thermodon founding the city, and raising a shrine to the goddess, whose protection they sought on several occasions. A popular belief in its second founding by Androklos son of Kodros, the King of Athens, is attested to by architectural reliefs, which can still be viewed today in the nearby Selcuk/Ephesus museum. Translated into stone, the famous words of the Oracle of Apollo, telling where the city should be built, " a fish shall show you, and a boar will lead the way", celebrate the ancient story. Archaeological evidence has yet to support this myth, although geographical elements from the story share distinct similarities ........................                                                                                            for more details

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