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Ephesus

Explore Ephesus, the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean on this full-day guided tour. One of the world’s best-preserved archaeological sites, visiting it is like stepping into a 2,000 year-old time warp. After being picked from your hotel early in the morning, we'll head straight for Ephesus, set in the hills above the Aegean coast . A knowledgeable local guide will tell you all about the fascinating past of this impressive city. Wander down marble-paved streets lined with fountains, temples and baths where mosaics and frescoes still decorate the walls of the ancient Roman houses. Saunter down the Arcadian Way that once served as the city’s main street towards the Great Theatre. Dug into a hillside, this 24,000-seater showcase once rang with the cries of gladiators and sermons of St. Paul. Visit the Library of Celsus where nearly 15,000 scrolls were once housed. Close by is the Temple of Artemis, once classed as one of the Wonders of the Ancient World. Only one column remains of this colossal monument, constructed in the 6th century BC. Then after lunch in a traditional local restaurant, we'll head back for your resort, arriving at around 7:30pm. There's an opportunity to admire beautiful jewellery at a local Gold centre before a refreshment stop on the way back by the shores of Bafa Lake, a mystical place steeped in legend, arriving in Bodrum around 7pm. Explore Ephesus, the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean on this full-day guided tour. One of the world’s best-preserved archaeological sites, visiting it is like stepping into a 2,000 year-old time warp.Explore Ephesus, the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean on this full-day guided tour. One of the world’s best-preserved archaeological sites, visiting it is like stepping into a 2,000 year-old time warp. Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.

Pick-up time: At 6:30am.

Duration: Approximately 12 hours.

Drop-off time: Approximately at 7:30pm.

Languages: English and Turkish.

Others: Includes admission to Ephesus and lunch. We suggest you to bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun screen and extra cash in case you want to purchase souvenirs or food.