JEWELS OF AEGEAN

Ephesus

1 Day

08:30 am – 16:00 pm

Group size:

Min.4 – Max. 15

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Code: EP03

Highlights
  • Priene
  • Athena Temple
  • Didyma
  • Apollon Temple
  • Miletus
Included
  • All the entrance fees to the sites
  • Assistance of a local guide 
  • Transport (private A/C van)
  • Treats to experience different tastes

Itinerary

This tour starts takes 6 to 7 hours

You will be met at your hotel (or at the harbor) and drivet to Priene first. Priene is one of the 12 Ionian city and founded around 4th BC at the slope of Mt. Mykale. Since it is a well preserved ancient city it is accepted as the Pompei of Anatolia. Here you will see the house of Alexander the Great, one of the oldest synagog of Asia, roman houses and villas and Athena Temple which was built by famous Pytheos. 

From here you will continue to Miletos. Miletos is the city where rational thought, geometry, astronomy, and philosophy started. Here, while you are listening the stories of important philosophers of Miletos, you will also explore the remains of the city from Greek, Roman and Seljuk era.

Then you will proceed to Dydima. After the lunch you will visit Apollon Temple. This was going to be the 3rd largest temple of the antiquity if it ever been finised. There might be many reasons why it was never finished but it was one of the most important prophecy place of the world. After spending enough time and do our wishes here you will drive back to your hotel.

This is an indivisulised tour. Please contact us for the best price. 

Before You Go
  • You will have a private A/C van with you all the day but you will still need comfortable walking shoes to enjoy the sites.
  • There is no dress code on this tour
Prices

Number of People

Price

1 Person 260$
2 People 160$
3-4 People 130$
5-6 People 110$
7-8 People 80$
9 People and more Please ask for the best price

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not Included

  • Gratuities to guide and driver
  • Any items not specifically mentioned as included

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