3-Day Seven Churches of Revelation Tour from Izmir

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Visits to Izmir Agora site wich is part of Smyrna and St. Polycarp Church. Acropolis, Asclepion and St. John's. Church of Pergamum, Thyatira in today's Akhisar. Ephesus, St. Mary’s House and St. John's Basilica İn Selcuk, Laodicea near Hierapolis in Pamukkale. Philadelphia in today's Alasehir for St. John's Church and Sardes, was the capital of Lydian Kingdom.

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Stop At: Ruins of Pergamum

After pickup from your Izmir hotel or Izmir Airport, settle into your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and visit Izmir Agora, once part of the ancient city of Smyrna. Then, make the journey to visit the ancient ruins of Pergamum, including its famous Asclepion healing center. Next, continue to the relics of Thyatira, a city of artisans’ guilds during St. Paul's time and one that received one of the longest letters in the Revelations.

Duration: 7 hour


Stop At: Ancient City of Ephesus

This morning, head to Ephesus, one of the most important cities in the eastern Roman Empire, and home to many Greco-Roman and Christian remains. St. Paul resided and preached here between 54 and 57 AD. After exploring here, visit the nearby House of the Virgin Mary, where a chapel stands on a wooded hilltop marking the site of what’s believed to have been her last home. Make a short visit to St. John's Basilica and then continue to Pamukkale for overnight and dinner

Duration: 7 hour

Stop At: Meryemana (The Virgin Mary's House)

House of Virgin Mary visit

Duration: 1 hour


Stop At: Pamukkale Thermal Pools

After breakfast at your hotel, set off to tour Hierapolis, the one-time home of Philip the Evangelist’s home. Stroll around the Greco-Roman remnants to see the extensive necropolis, churches, and baths, and then stop at nearby Laodicea. This afternoon, continue to the archaeological site of Philadelphia, a favorite city of St. Paul and St. John, and visit Sardis, the capital of the kingdom of Lydia, to inspect the remnants of its beautiful gymnasium and marble-paved synagogue. Later, return to Izmir and finish your tour with a drop-off at the airport or your hotel.

Duration: 7 hour
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