Ephesus Full-day Private Tour from Kusadasi and Izmir
Visit the Ephesus region on this guided tour from Kusadasi. Drive to the House of the Virgin Mary, and explore the city of Ephesus, with a visit to Artemis Temple.
- Explore the Ancient city of Ephesus
- Stop at the House of the Virgin Mary
- Visit the ruins of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the world
- Local driver(guide)
- Transportation by air-conditioned, non-smoking, luxury vehicle
Please note: the price is given per a private group of 1-2 people. The price per a group of 3 people is 220 Euro.
You will be meeting with your tour guide at the pick-up point at the designated time. Our tours are organized from Kusadasi Hotels / Kusadasi Port - Selcuk Hotels - Izmir Airport / Izmir Port / Izmir Hotels and Istanbul starting. An air-conditioned, non-smoking, luxury vehicle with a private driver will be waiting for you.
This tour is designed to visit the ancient city of Ephesus and the surrounding historical regions and is among the most requested tours.
The first stop of our tour is the House of the Virgin Mary, the House of the Virgin Mary is located on Mount Bülbül. After crossing the long and winding roads where you can watch the unique views of the valley, you reach the place where the Virgin Mary spent her last years. This is one of the Christian cross centers. This holy place has been awarded the visit of various popes and the Blessing of the Patriarchate.
Our next stop is the Ancient City of Ephesus; It is a mega ancient city in the ancient city of Ephesus and is on the world heritage list. During your tour, the Odeon concert hall, the Temple of Domition, one of the first temples built for humans, the Celcius Library, the third largest library of the Ancient World, the huge amphitheater that can accommodate 25000 people, the Marble Street, the Town Hall, the Magnesia Gate, the Monumental Fountain, the Hillside Houses where rich people live, the Baths vce You get the chance to see and learn about many important points such as public toilets, Port Street, John's Castle, accompanied by your guide's narration.
Our third stop is Basilica of St. John is thought to have spent the last days of his life writing his own bible at Ephesus. It is considered one of the most important churches of Christianity and is one of the most important witnesses of the early Christian period, where the tomb of Saint John is located. It is located in the historical area under the Aysuluk Castle.
Our last stop point: It will be to visit the ruins of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the world.