Know ancient culture of Ephesus (Turkey)

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An ancient Greek city that was later conquered by the Romans, Ephesus enjoyed prosperity until the wrath of nature brought it down. With malarial swamps and demolition of its port, the city crumbled but after thousands of years, it has risen again to the delight of contemporary explorers and travelers. Visit: http://aboutephesus.com/

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To visit and explore Ancient Ephesus City Ruins in Turkey you can take Private tours. Know Ancient Culture of Ephesus (Turkey)

Ephesus Tour - full day:

Itinerary includes The House of Virgin Mary. It is the only shrine which is visited both Muslims and Christians. The Ancient City of Ephesus which takes aprox . 2 hours. Then you will visit Terrace Houses in Ephesus. After lunch, the last stop is Temple of Artemis which is seven wonders of ancient world. The duration of full day tour is approx. 5-6 hours and this tour can start either from Kusadasi Port or Izmir port / Airport . Ephesus Tour - full day See Details

Ephesus Tour - half day:

Ephesus Tour - half day After you meet with your tour guide at the meeting place, you first stop is The Temple of Artemis which take 20 minutes. Then arriving the gate of Ephesus ruins to see the highlights; Celsus Library, Hadrian Temple, Grate Theatre. You will be transferred to The House of Virigin Mary which is the highlight of this region . See Details

Custom Ephesus Tour:

Custom Ephesus Tour Custom Private Ephesus tour is the best way to explore Ephesus Ruins and nerby attractions. You will be able to choose each individual site to visit according to your personal needs for your family or for your small group. You can include Terrace Houses, Basilica of St John, Sirince Village, Church of Mary or any other specific attraction. Please go ahead and and make a custom tour reservetion request . See Details

Archaeological Tour:

Archaeological Tour Full day tour itinerary includes The Ancient City of Ephesus which was one of the biggest port-trade city in the ancient time. Then You will explore the daily life of ancient Ephesian by visiting Terrace Houses which is a part of Ephesus ruins. After lunch you will visit Archaeological Ephesus Museum which has displayed the artifacts which were dug up at The Ancient City of Ephesus. The last stop is The Temple of Artemis which is seven wonders of ancient world . See Details

Biblical Ephesus Tour:

Biblical Ephesus Tour An hour drive to get Ephesus ruins which is one of the largest open air museum of the World, will visit Ephesus city Church(The Church of Mary) which was the first church to be constructed in the name of Virgin Mary. Then to The House of Virgin Mary where she spent her final years. Before lunch, stop at The Temple of Artemis which was the pilgrimage point of ancient time. After lunch, visiting The Basilica of St. John where St. John is belived to have been buried. The last stop is The Seven Sleepers’ Cave. The tour will take 6 – 7 hour . See Details

Ephesus / Sirince Tour:

Ephesus / Sirince Tour You will be briefed about the tour & town and Ephesus on the way. Full day tour itinerary includes The House of Virgin Mary . It is the only shrine which is visited both Muslims and Christhians . The Ancient City of Ephesus which is the most visited ancient city of Modern Turkish Republic. The other stop is The Temple of Artemis which is seven wonders of ancient world. After lunch Sirince Village. An authentic pretty old Orthodox village nearby Ephesus which was initially dwelled by the local Greeks . See Details

Ephesus City Ruins:

Ephesus City Ruins Ephesus  is an amazing ancient city which was established by Greeks and enlarged by Romans. During it’s history city was an important metropolitan of ancient world. Beside being an important ancient settlement, Ephesus is also most visited ancient city of Modern Turkish Republic . See Details

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Terrace Houses Hillside houses are known as Terrace Houses or Houses of rich. Most of Hillside Houses started to be built in 1.century BC. The most qualified and wealthy social class of Ephesus was living in these luxuries houses which were decorated with frescoes on the walls and mosaic for the floors . See Details

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Celsus Library Celsus Library  is a typical structure of architectural style prevalent in the period of Emperor Hadrian, dates back to 2. Centry AD. The most wellknown building of  Ephesus City  was built to honour proconsul (governor) of the Asian province Tiberius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus , by his son Tiberius Julius Acquila . Known as third largest library of Ancient World after Alexandria and Pergammon libraries . See Details

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About Ephesus Tours E mail : info@aboutephesus.com www.aboutephesus.com https:// www.facebook.com/AboutEphesus https://plus.google.com/+ AboutEphesus https://twitter.com/aboutephesus Saglik Cad. Oge Sok . Erten Apt.No:10/5, 09400 Kusadasi / TURKEY Tel: +90 256 6129990

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