Our professional tour guide will welcome you at the exit gate of the Kusadasi Cruise Port upon your ship arrival. We advise you to departure as possible as early according to your arrival time. After all the travellers collected around 08:30 am, we will have 20 minutes scenic drive to the first destination of our schedule.

This tour covers:

  • Ephesus Ancient Ruins

UNESCO listed place Ancient City of Ephesus that is one of the best well-kept Greco- Roman ancient city in the world, famous with Odeon where the music concerts were organized, Domitian Temple that is one of the first temple dedicated for a human, Celsus Library which was the third biggest library in the ancient time, Amphitheatre where is one of the biggest amphitheatre in the world with 24.000 people capacity and St. Paul preached to Ephesians, Marble Street, Roman Baths, Fountains, Temples, Agora, Love House, Public Toilets and many more…

  • Temple of Artemis

Artemis was the Greek goddess, the virginal huntress and twin of Apollo, who replaced the Titan Selene as Goddess of the Moon.
The ancient temple was built around 650 BC to the cult of Artemis, was constructed on a site already sacred to the Anatolian Mother Goddess, Cybele. The temple was financed by the wealthy king of Lydia and the marshy ground was selected for the building site as a precaution against future earthquakes.

 

At the end of the tour, we will give you some time as optional to explore local goods and around 12:00 – 13:00 we will drop you back to the Kusadasi Cruise Port.
This tour designed as the preferences of cruise passengers and ensures your on-time return to Kusadasi Cruise Port.

The price of this tour is 25 € per person.

We trust our service quality! No prepayment needed, you may pay at the end of your tour.

INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
Entrance Fees (per person around 13 € )
100 % Satisfaction
Licensed Tour Guide
Air-conditioned Vehicle
Parking Fees
GST (Goods and Services Tax)
Fuel surcharge
Pick up & Drop off

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EXCLUDED IN THE PRICE
Lunch (Optional)
Personal Expenses