This is a private tour designed only for you and your loved ones.
Our journey starts with us picking you up from your hotel in Kusadasi or from the port. After we get a brief information about our day ahead from the tour guide, we are hitting the road to visit the ancient city of Ephesus. It is one of the best preserved open air museums of Turkey where we will get to see many of the Greco-Roman landmarks that has survived up to this date. We are getting interesting information and hearing stories about the history and daily life in the past from our guide while we walk along the marble streets that are surrounded by many historical buildings. On our way, we are passing you by the famous Odeon, the Library of Celsus and the Grand Theatre of Ephesus that was the arena where the gladiator fights took place.
After Ephesus, we are taking some time to enjoy the great views offered by the Terrace Houses that are situated across the ancient city. The mesmerizing harmony of the colorful frescoes and mosaics are worth seeing.
After a delicious lunch break, we are driving to Sirince, a small, lovely village that we will have the chance to spend some peaceful moments in the heart of nature.
Prepare for the activity
What to bring
Know before you go
• Please note that the attractions at Ephesus open at 08:00
• This tour requires a minimum of 2 hours walking. Wear comfortable shoes, a hat, and sun cream, and bring an umbrella (for sun or rain depending on the season)
• Bring your camera, but please note that tripods are not allowed at Ephesus
• There is no obligation to cover your head or shoulders in Ephesus. You may wear shorts and T-shirts in summer
• Discounts are available for children under 11 years old. Please bring their passports or ID card to show upon entering the museum and attractions. If you don’t have ID, they may be charged full adult price
• Please note that the Terrace Houses consist of many steps and are not recommended for people in wheelchairs, or those with walking problems
Not suitable for
Hotels in Kusadasi, or Kusadasi Port.