Ephesus tour from kuşadası port
TOURS FROM KUSADASI PORT or IZMIR PORT .
We are one the first local companies in Ephesus have been giving Ephesus Shore Excursions for many years with best local tour guides in Ephesus.
All of our tour guides in Ephesus are officially licensed by Ministry of Culture and tourism. We give Ephesus Private Tours from Kusadasi Port . Our aim is to accept the people who join our customized Ephesus tours as our guest, try to give our best service in Ephesus Tours to make them happy during their trip in our lovely country.
Today, the City of Ancient Ephesus is one the best preserved Roman Cities in the world. Here was the capital of the Asian State of Roman Empire. Ephesus witnessed many historic events including the efforts of St. Paul to spread Christianity, visited by Egyptian Queen Cleopatra and Roman Emperor Mark Anthony, and the last days of the Virgin Mary and St. John the Apostle. Ephesus Ancient City is also home to the largest temple from the Artemis cult. The Temple of Artemis in Ephesus was one of the Seven Wonders of Ancient World. Because of these reasons, Ephesus became one of Turkey's most important cultural heritage site attracting about 1.5 million tourists a year.
A short brief information about our Private Ephesus Tours. If our guests come from a cruise ship in Kusadasi, our Ephesus Tours begin at Kusadasi Port in the morning with a private guide and driver with a luxury minivan. Since it will be your private tour, we can start the tour when / where you wished.
At the arrival in Kusadasi Port you will be met by your private tour guide for Ephesus, officially licensed and with degree in tourism. Because of comlexity of the this vast archaeological site a knowledgelable guide is really a must. Your guide will take you through the ruins for Ephesus Tours , visiting the most beautiful sites and telling the history of this Roman City of Ephesus that was silted up. You will walk on the paved roads where two thousand years ago Ephesians used to walk, you will see the agora where they used to buy goods and made trade, go inside the private houses where wealthy people lived and see the Grand theather where Paul preached to spread Christianity, see Celsus Library that was the third largest library in ancient world. After Ephesus tour you will have time for a lunch break in a typical reastaurant that you can have fresh and delicious Turkish local foods. Depending to your interest and time, you can visit House of Mary where blessed Mary spent her last years and declared as a shrine by Pope; ruins of St. John Basalica where John the Apostle was burried and one of the largest church in the world dedicated for John ; Temple of Artemis that was one of the Seven Wonders of Ancient World.