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The remains of the terrace houses shows how the rich Roman citizens of Ephesus lived. The mosaics on the floors and the paintings on the walls are a must see. You first pay your entrance fee to Ephesus then when you get to the terrace...More
In floor heating, public sewers, take out dining, frescoes on the walls, and mosaics on the floors. Rooms larger than some current homes. Marble streets with fountains. A pharmacy and hospital. Makes one wonder why we are only where we are today.
This was inside Ephesus but had a seperate entrance and additional entrance fee. Was worth the extra to see and in our opinion much better than Ephesus ruins itself. Fascinating to see the reconstruction of the houses and mosaics as well as learning more about...More
These are now open in Ephesus and we'll worth the money to see them. The mosaics and marble rooms are amazing. They were the homes of the aristocracy, so would have been very grand. Very high ceilings and big rooms. It is good to see...More
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We took the No frills tour of Ephesus, that we booked on line and everything was included. They even give you a nice book on Ephesus and candy. It's not a huge tour but a van so not more than 12. They don't drag you to rug... More
We took the No frills tour of Ephesus, that we booked on line and everything was included. They even give you a nice book on Ephesus and candy. It's not a huge tour but a van so not more than 12. They don't drag you to rug places just the sites and time for lunch.
There is a separate charge for the Terrace houses if you go on your own. There are lots of stairs but I did it about 6 months after hip replacement.