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You will be pickep up from cruise / hotels in Kusdasi and end of the Epheus tour you will be drop off your cruise / hotels.
Ephesus Tour Detail
Duration 7 hours
Start 09:00
Finish 16:00
Availability Every Day
Language Regular
Price Ask Please
What to see Ephesus Ruins, Virgin Mary House, Isabey Mosque, Temple Of Artemis
Ephesus Ruins Tour Itinerary

Ephesus - Enter through the Magnesia Gate and begin a slow, downhill walk with your guide into the ruins of this Roman provincial capital. Your route takes you past the Odeum, the Celsus Library, the Temple of Hadrian, the Fountain of Trajan and the Great Theater. The Theater had seating for 25,000, was the site where St. Paul preached to the Ephesians, and is used today for a local spring festival.

Some four to six years after the death of Christ, St. John is said to have accompanied the Virgin Mary to Ephesus, where it is believed they dwelt in a small house over which now stands the Council Church, or the Church of the Virgin Mary. The Council Ephesus, dated of 431 record this. Later St. John brought the Virgin Mother to a house on the slopes of Bülbül Mountain, the position of which was later forgotten, until research was begun in 1891 to find traces of it. Katerina Emmerikin discovered this house at Panaya Kapulu, which fits the descriptions given in the sources. It was officially accepted to be the house of the Virgin in 1892 with the celebration of high mass there by Timoni, Archbishop of İzmir, and this belief has recently been confirmed by Pope Paul VI in 1967 and Pope John Paul II in 1979 with the celebration of high mass at Ephesus. The house is reached by a road leading from the ruins of Ephesus towards the Bülbül Mountain, and is only a short walk from the road (100 m).

The Mosque was built by the architect Aliye son of Samli in 1375 on orders by Isa Bey, son of Mehmet, leader of the Aydinogullari. The structure is built on a 51 by 57 metres nearly rectangular plan. The door which faces west is decorated with artificial stalactites, over which is a dedicatory inscription.

Artemis Temple; To the right of the road leading to Kusadasi can be seen the ruins of the Temple of Artemis (Diana), one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Artemis, the virgin goddess of nature, and protectress of women in childbirth is mentioned in the Iliad with the phrase: Praise be to Artemis! She, who would water her horses at the reed-filled Meles river, then pass speedily through Smyrna on her golden chariot towards the vineyards of Coloros."

What Is Included Tours Of Kusadasi Cruise
  • Licanced guide 
  • Experienced driver
  • Museum tickets
  • Lunch
  • Non-smoking airconditioned touristical vehicle
  • Service charges
  • Local taxes
What Is NOT  Included Tours Of Kusadasi Cruise
  • Personal expences
  • Tips
  • Optional tours of Istanbul or TOURS OF TURKEY



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