Izmir is known as the “pearl of Asia Minor” for a reason. The city is the country’s third-largest city and a prominent tourist destination. This seaside city has everything a traveller needs for a fun and relaxing vacation. Izmir City…
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Izmir is known as the “pearl of Asia Minor” for a reason. The city is the country’s third-largest city and a prominent tourist destination.
This seaside city has everything a traveller needs for a fun and relaxing vacation. Izmir City Tour allows you to visit the city’s most important sites while taking in spectacular views, learning about the city’s history, and discovering its culture.
A completely air-conditioned vehicle will pick you up from your place on the day of the excursion and take you to the tour's starting point.
Departure : 10:00 – Arrival : 14:00
Departure : 14:00 – Arrival : 17:00
Where we are going to visit:
Agora of Symrna
The Agora of Smyrna (also known as the Agora of zmir) is a Roman agora in Smyrna (modern-day zmir, Turkey). The agora, which was originally constructed by the Greeks in the 4th century BC, was destroyed by an earthquake in 178 AD. Marcus Aurelius, the Roman Emperor, demanded that it be rebuilt. The excavations began in 1933. The Agora of Smyrna was designated as a Tentative World Heritage Site in 2020.
The Izmir Archeology Museum is a Turkish archaeology museum in Izmir that houses a collection of objects from the Gulf of Izmir. The majority of the objects date from the Bronze Age or the Greek and Roman eras, and include busts, statues, statuettes, tools, and assorted eating and cooking utensils.
Asansör (Turkish for "elevator," derived from the French term ascenseur) is a historic building in izmir's Karataş neighbourhood, which is part of the Konak metropolitan district.It was designed in 1907 as a public service project by Nesim Levi Bayraklolu, a wealthy Jewish banker and merchant of the time, to ease passage from Karataş's narrow coastline to the hillside, with the elevator inside the building helping to transport people and commodities via the steep cliff between the two sections of the quarter. The small street that led to the house became known as Asansör Street over time. (In the 1940s, one of the street's inhabitants was the singer Daro Moreno, who would later achieve fame.) It was recently rebuilt and has since become one of Zmir's icons. In honour of the singer, the street was called Daro Moreno Street. Top of Asansör is now one of Izmir's most well-known restaurants.
Kemeralt is a historical market (bazaar) district in the Turkish city of zmir. It is also one of the most vibrant areas of zmir. Originally, the bazaar was built around a long street. It was dubbed "Street of the Mevlevis" in mediaeval times because of the appearance of a "dergah" (a building designed for gatherings of a Sufi brotherhood). This street was filled in throughout the 17th century, allowing the bazaar to expand. The lane, now known as Anafartalar Street, winds in a deep curve to complete the loop of the shallow inner bay. We will drop you off at your hotel or the zmir airport at the end of the tour
• Agora of Symrna ( 45 minutes )
• Archeology Museum ( 30 minutes )
• Historical Elavator ( 20 minutes )
• Kemeraltı Grand Bazaar ( 1 hour 30 minutes )
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- Professional English tour guide
- A/C vehicle
- All the entrance fees
- 18% VAT
- All personal expenses
- Tips to guide and driver
- Everything which is not particularly mentioned in including section
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