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izmir & Ephesus
Two day



Ancient City of Ephesus
The House of Virgin Mary
The Temple of Artemis
Cliche' of St. Jean
Isabey Mosque

Smyrna Ruins
Pagos Hill
Kadife Castle
Izmir Agora
Historical Elevator Building
Clock Tower



Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey and is located on the Aegean Sea. Found in Western Turkey, Izmir is famous for its rich history throughout the last 5,000 years. Ephesus is a MUST see destination during any trip to Turkey. It will take a full day to take in all of this impressive site.


Departing from your hotel on the first day, visit the ruins of the ancient city of Ephesus with your guide. Then, continue with the House of Virgin Mary, and try a delicious local meal. See the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 wonders of the world, and the cliché of St. Jean. Today's tour finishes with the interesting Isabey Mosque, an Old Seljuk mosque.

Explore the City of Izmir

Visit the beautiful port city of Izmir with your local guide. See Smyrna, the oldest part of the city, and explore the ruins while hearing about the history of this legendary site. From there, visit Pagos Hill, which was founded by Alexander the Great. Next, visit the Kadife Castle and the Izmir Agora (Greek word for an important central public space), which is one of the best preserved Roman Agoras in the world. Finish up your time by viewing the historical elevator building and the iconic clock tower. Soak up the history, try the delicious local cuisine, and explore with your guide. Unforgettable moments are awaiting you in Izmir!

Izmir & Ephesus 2day tour


Tour Information

Inclusions: Entrance Fees, Meals, Hotel, Transfers, English Speaking Tour Guide

Fitness Level: All
Prices From: $350
Tour Length: 2 Days
Start Location: Izmir, Turkey
End Location: Izmir, Turkey

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