Ephesus, the capital of the ancient city of Anatolia, is an extremely splendid metropolis.
This mega ancient city, whose unique architectural monuments have been standing for thousands of
years, has entered the World Heritage List. Based on Anatolia's mother goddess (Kybele)
tradition, the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world,
also increases the importance of Ephesus.
BOTH POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL CENTER
Ephesus, starting from the prehistoric times and throughout the Hellenistic, Roman,
Byzantine (Eastern Roman), principalities and Ottoman period, was always inhabited and
was a political and commercial center.Ephesus played an important role in science, culture
and art throughout its history dating back to 7000 BC, and was one of the most important
metropolises in the ancient world. It was a major gateway and a port city between East and
West (Asia and Europe). It continued to evolve without losing its position.
The history of excavations in the ancient city, which hosts an average of 1.5 million visitors
per year, is approaching 125 years. Ephesus, which has not yet been fully uncovered,
continues to bring new dimensions to Anatolian archaeology.
For more information,please join the tour...
This tour is between 09:00-17:00 every day.
Lunch, transfer, entrance fee, guide are included in the price.
_Ephesus Tour €100 Per person
_Mary's House €20 Per person