Ephesus Tours

THE HEART OF ANCIENT IONIA

With the long Aegean coast and the warm climate, Aegean Region has wonderful beaches and lovely coastal towns in Turkey. Mountains reaching the coastline create a very unique natural beauty. Sunbathing facilities and the appropriateness of seawater temperature attract many tourists to the Aegean coastline.  Besides the sandy beaches and coastal towns, you can take a trip back in time and visit the ruins of ancient Greek, follow the footsteps of ancient Greek gods among the ruins of these magnificent civilizations, You can visit the house of Virgin Mary after swimming in the soothing waters of  Kusadasi beaches.

Among the most famous cities of ancient world, Ephesus was one of the biggest during the Roman Era treasury of all the riches of Ionian culture. The Temple of Artemis was one of the seven wonders of the ancient times.Virgin Mary House was a monument to piety and faith. Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey and arguably it is known as the second largest trading destination, after Istanbul .  

Below we have some tours for Ephesus  both in private basis and regular group tours.Up to your wish,we can customize the tours according to your taste. Here we are to plan your  trip.Make your choice for sightseeing tours operated by Aruz Tourism & Travel.

 

DID YOU KNOW ?

·         That Ephesus is considered one of the great outdoor museums of Turkey ?

·         That the first advertisement of the antiquity, which shows the way to the brothel, is on the Marbel Street in Ephesus ?

·         That one of the seven wonders of the antiquity, Temple of Artemis is at Ephesus ?

·         That The Virgin Mary’s house in Ephesus is visited by Pope the 6th Paul and Pope Jean Paul as well ?

·         That Ancient City of Ephesus was built 4 times in the history and the Ephesus we walk around today is the 3th one ?

·         That Ephesus which was once a seaport is now 6 miles away from the sea ?

·         That before the rich people used the toilets their slaves sat and heated toilets’ stone for their masters ?