||Around 8:45 AM|
|Return Time||Approximately 4:30 PM|
|Wear||Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
|Tour Not Included||
0-3 Years: Free
3-5 Years: %35 Of Adult Price
6-11 Years: %50 Of Adult Price
Note: Our price is given according to 4* and boutique hotel catagory. If you are more than 4 people please ask our special offer for our Private based price option…
Day 1: Ephesus & Sirince Village Tour
You will be pick up from your hotel or Cruise port in kusadasi by your licenced guide and first experience will be the Ancient City of Ephesus.
Ephesus was inhabited from the end of the Bronze Age, but the location of the city was changed owing to the silting up process of the river Cayster and because of various rulers. The ancient city that we visit today is the 3rd location of Ephesus from the 3rd C BC.
As you enter the site with your guide you are going to see lots of impressive monumental structures in this Greko-Roman city such as starting from the Gate of Magnesia; Agoras including the Commercial Agora, Roman Baths, Basilica, Odeon(Buleterion), Domitian Square containing more ruins spread around including Nike Relief, Gate of Heracles, Three main collonaded streets of Ephesus including the Harbour street, Trajan Fountain, Temple of Hadrian, Latrines(ancient public toilets), Teracce Houses(from outside), Library of Celsus, Grand Theatre, Gymnasium and more…
Your final destination in the historical part of your tour will be the old Greek Village” Sirince(Şirince)” which means “pretty”. Today the village is a perfect synthesis of Turk-Greek culture. Your guide will take you around the village as following the narrow streets in between the old Greek houses, and then you will be having the chance to enjoy your free time for a while as walking around streets where you see the villagers selling their own handicrafts, needle works all around.
After you finish your program, the you drive back to Kusadasi where the port is. Ending our services as saying goodbye to our guests with unforgetable memories and with the wishes to welcome them back again…