Icmeler Ephesus Tour will allow you to discover one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Each of us at school was told about the seven well-known wonders of the world, the ancient city of Ephesus is one of them.
You will see ancient architectural monuments, learn more about the traditions and life of people in those days. Find out why people tried to order statues in honor of themselves and why some of them were without heads.
Ephesus is known as the commercial, religious and social center of antiquity, and one of the best preserved ancient cities. You will plunge into the world of antiquity, see ancient buildings with your own eyes, find out when they were rebuilt, take many interesting photos in the amphitheater and on the narrow streets of the city.
After the entertaining story of the guide, you will be aware of what kind of signs were in ancient times, what the marketplace looked like, why they went to the library, how the guilty were punished, where they met to chat and much, much more.
Walk along the marble-paved streets, where mosaics and frescoes still adorn the walls of ancient Roman houses. Among the magnificently preserved sights of the city are the Temple of Hadrian, the baths and the brothel.
Icmeler Ephesus Tour price is 30 Euro for adults, 15 Euro for children from 7 to 11 years old and for children under 6 years old free.
Please note that we have ‘no hidden costs’
The Marmaris Ephesus Tour starts early in the morning and therefore we have arranged a delicious breakfast in a charming local restaurant in Mugla. You also get a refreshing drink or a cup of tea or coffee. Breakfast is included in the tour price.
Arrive in Ephesus & Comfort Rest: After breakfast we continue our journey to Ephesus. You don’t have to worry about the ride being uncomfortable as all our buses are comfortable and spacious and all have air conditioning. You will also be able to grab some refreshments during the trip. Once our long but comfortable journey is over, we can begin our wonderful visit to the ancient city of Ephesus.
Visit to the Ancient City of Ephesus: The visit lasts approximately two hours, during which you can take a stroll through the past of one of the greatest ancient civilizations of mankind. Our guides will tell you numerous stories and legends as well as some fascinating historical facts as you stroll through the well-preserved remains of this magnificent ancient city.
Open Buffet Lunch: Once our visit to Ephesus is over, we will have an open buffet lunch at a fancy restaurant nearby.
Free time in Selcuk or Visit to the House of Mary: After our lunch break you will have free time in the charming town of Selcuk. During this time, you can relax and have a drink at a local cafeteria or explore other historical sites such as B. Museums, the Temple of Artemis or the House of the Virgin Mary. Our guide will give you detailed information about these unique sights, but ultimately the choice is yours.
Return to Marmaris: We expect to be in Marmaris around 19:00. We will drop you off in front of your hotel so you can rest and relax.
Adult: 30 €
Child: 15 €
Yes, during an excursion from Icmeler to Ephesus you will definitely visit one of the sacred places of Ephesus – and the House of the Virgin Mary.
Yes, of course, during the excursion from Icmeler to Ephesus, a English-speaking guide will help you all day and answer your questions.
During a one-day excursion from Icmeler to Ephesus, you will visit the ancient city of Ephesus, see the House of the Virgin Mary and the Basilica of St. John, and you can also taste the most delicious Turkish sweets at the beginning of the excursion.
Ephesus, now Selçuk in modern Turkey, was one of the most famous cities of the ancient Mediterranean. It was founded in the Bronze Age and has been important since ancient times. It contained the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the world, and for centuries served as a crossroads between East and West.
If you have the opportunity to visit, then do it – it’s worth visiting. Ephesus is both fascinating and amazing and also very beautiful. The site is very large and takes at least a few hours to get around. I recommend a tour guide, but do your research first to make sure you have a good one.