Skip the Line :Private Ephesus Tour

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Discover all the highlights of Ephesus with well-educated professional local tour guide. It will be a private tour only for you and your party. Visit one of the UNESCO listed places that is Ancient City of Ephesus, walk on the streets where Apostle Paul and John walked, see the Grand Theatre of Ephesus that St. Paul preached to Ephesians, take excellent pictures in front of Celsus Library,explore Roman Baths,Temple of Hadrian, Public Toilets, Marble Street, Agora, etc. See superb preserved Terrace Houses that are for the rich people during the Roman time in Ephesus, famous with unique mosaic and frescos. Feel very peaceful atmosphere of shrine that is the most important Biblical Site in Turkey, House of the Virgin Mary. It is a privilege being at one of wonders of ancient world that is Temple of Artemis. Take great pictures of the fascinating sites with recommendation of your expert local tour guide. Upon to your request, you will have a chance for a local lunch in a local restaurant.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Unique Ephesus Tours

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Unique Ephesus Tours will meet you at cruise port

Duration: 2 minutes

Stop At: Ancient City of Ephesus

Ephesus (Efes) is one of the greatest ancient sites in the Mediterranean. During its heyday in the first century BC, it was the second-largest city in the world, with only Rome commanding more power. Many reconstructed structures and ruins, including the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, can be seen here.

Duration: 2 hour

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

The House of Mother Mary is located at the top of the Bulbul mountain and it’s only 6 km away from the Ancient City of Ephesus. It is believed that The Mother Mary spent her last years in this shrine. According to Catholic Christianity, After the Crucifixion of Jesus, Mother Mary was brought from Jerusalem to Ephesus by St. John the apostle to live. The foundation of the house is based on Anna Catherine Emmerich’s visions and was founded in 1891. When they found the house, was already collapsed by the earthquake. After The House of Virgin Mary was re-built as a church and has been visited by Pope Paul VI in 1967 and Pope John Paul II in 1979, has been registered as a place of pilgrimage.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Ephesus Museum

Private Ephesus, Terrace Houses and Artemis Temple Tour from Kusadasi, combines the most significant sites of this corner of Turkey with history, culture and breathtaking sights! Magica

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Public Latrine

The ruins of the ancient Roman city of Ephasus are located in Selcuk, Turkey. The city was the second most important city in the Roman empire during the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. One of the popular sections of the ruins is the Public Latrine, next to the Hadrian Temple and the Bordello. The public latrines were the city's public toilets, and they were built in the 1st century AD as part of the Scholastica Baths. These baths were built to provide the city with the modern conveniences of public works, including 36 marble toilets.Visitors can still see, but not use, the toilets that are lined up along the walls. There was an uncovered pool with columns surrounding it which supported a wooden ceiling. Underneath the latrines was a drainage system. There was also a trough with relatively clean water near where your feet would be. People who wanted to use the toilets had to pay an entrance fee.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Kusadasi

One of the most popular resort towns along Turkey’s Aegean Coast and the gateway to the UNESCO-listed wonders of Ephesus, the Kusadasi Cruise Port welcomes some 200,000 cruise passengers each year. It’s also a jumping-off point for regular ferry service to the surrounding Greek Islands.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: The Temple of Artemis

It is known as the first settlement of Ephesians where the Temple is. However, today only the basic structure and a column remained from the temple, but worth a visit even in the current atmosphere of the temple.

Duration: 30 minutes
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