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This 8-day, bible-oriented journey through Asia Minor is truly of biblical proportion. All the guests are taken on an epic tour encompassing stunning sights and several sites of historic and religious significance....read more
TOUR HIGHLIGHTSTour the ancient city of Ephesus on a day trip from KusadasiExplore the historical sites appreciating the rich history with the help of your professional and friendly tour guideVisit the Temple of...read more
“They organised a great little package to Ephesus with a lunch and a trip past the ruins of Artemis temple, the house of Our Lady and a little market shopping.”
In the morning, our tour guide will meet with you at Kusadasi port or hotel.And, we go to Ephesus. Ephesus, was the second largest city in the Roman Empire over 250.000 people in the 1st BC. Ranking only behind Rome...read more
All TOUR GUIDES VACCINATED !! ( Please ask your guide Vaccination Certificate) Your opportunity to enjoy a guided half‐day excursion from Kusadasi port to ancient Ephesus, the richest and most excavated classical...read more
“Excellent tour guide and vast knowledge about local history and culture, we visited House of Virgin Mary and Ruins of Ephesus region Private tour with Umut Kurt.”
In the morning, your guide will meet with you at Kusadasi port.We reach to Ephesus. Ephesus, was the second largest city in the Roman Empire over 250.000 people in the 1st BC. Ranking only behind Rome, it was the...read more