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Private Shore Excursion: Ephesus, Terrace Houses, St. Mary House, St. John Basilica
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Private Shore Excursion: Ephesus, Terrace Houses, St. Mary House, St. John Basilica
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Combine visits to some of Turkey's most important highlights in this 8-hour guided shore excursion from Kusadasi. With a dedicated guide, visit Ephesus (Efeze), St. Mary's House, the Terrace Houses, and St. John's Basilica. This private shore excursion ensures personalized attention from your guide and includes lunch in a local restaurant.
$45.00 per adult
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Raintree_Thailand wrote a review Mar 2020
Bangkok, Thailand2,767 contributions1,202 helpful votes
Difficult not to feel sense of history, walking on 2,000-year-old stones comprising this ancient road. Imagining the shops and markets along the street and the hustle and bustle of commerce help bring this amazing place to life.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mohit wrote a review Jan 2020
Noida, India321 contributions249 helpful votes
This street used to be directly connected to the port which was in turn connected to the Aegean sea. The goods and food brought by the ships harboring at Ephesus used to be transferred to the city using Arcadian way. So this was like a back entrance to the city. Standing here
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Carol A S wrote a review Nov 2019
Marietta, Georgia4,212 contributions619 helpful votes
Arcadian Way was a Roman street linking the harbor to the main city center, near the Great Theater and Celsus Library. The fitted marble pavements have been unearthed, and column fragments erected along the sides, which gives an impression of a wide street lined with buildings,
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Karen K wrote a review Oct 2019
United States77 contributions34 helpful votes
The Arcadian Way was constructed in the 1st century AD. One side was adorned with marble sculptures along its length. A woman, a heart and a left foot were etched on the pavement. This was considered to be one of the oldest advertisements as the message was addressed to sailors
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pratush wrote a review Oct 2019
New Delhi, India222 contributions44 helpful votes
You can find this while entering the Ephesus temple it's just a way which traders use ot take while entering the city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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