If you enjoy sightseeing and visiting historical places, our Izmir Ephesus|Pamukkale & Mary’s House Tour is best for you. A Day Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you won’t want to give up. This full-day excursion promises to provide you with…
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If you enjoy sightseeing and visiting historical places, our Izmir Ephesus|Pamukkale & Mary’s House Tour is best for you.
A Day Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you won’t want to give up. This full-day excursion promises to provide you with a day filled with breathtaking scenery, serene views, historic landmarks, and rich history. Take a lovely trip back in time, rejuvenate the senses, and make memories that will last a lifetime.
We will pick you from hotel in early morning at 7:00.
We will pick you up from your hotel and transport you to the Selcuk Province. To begin, we go to Mary's House, where Virgin Mary formerly resided. Then it'll be on to Ephesus. We'll take you to lunch after 90 minutes of touring among the ruins. Pamukkale is our final destination ( Hieropolis ). From Selcuk Province to Pamukkale, the journey takes 150 minutes. Hierapolis was a city in ancient Greece.
The House of the Virgin Mary is a Catholic shrine in Turkey, situated near Ephesus and 7 kilometres from Selçuk.
Catholic pilgrims come to the home because they believe Mary, Jesus' mother, was transported there by Saint John and resided there for the rest of her earthly life.
Ephesus ancient city
Ephesus was a Greek settlement on the Ionian peninsula, three kilometres southwest of modern-day Selçuk in Turkey's zmir province. It was founded by Attic and Ionian Greek colonists on the site of the former Arzawan capital in the 10th century BC.
The city was devastated by the Goths in 263, and although being rebuilt, its role as a trade centre diminished as the Küçükmenderes River gradually silted up the harbour. An earthquake in AD 614 largely destroyed it.
- Great Theatre
- Roman Baths
- Terrace Houses ( Additional Fee )
Hierapolis was an ancient Greek city in classical Phrygia, southwestern Anatolia, built on hot springs. Its ruins, which are located near modern-day Pamukkale in Turkey, now house an archaeological museum that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Tomb of Philip the Apostle is located on the site.
What We See Here: ( 150 Minutes )
- Travertines ( 45 minutes )
- Hieropolis Archeologhy Museum ( 15 minutes )
- Hieropolis Ancient Pool( 30 minutes )
- Ancient Theathre ( 30 minutes)
- Temple of Apollo ( 10 minutes )
- Streets and Gates ( 20 minutes )
At the End of Tour, We will drop you your hotel at 22:00
- English speaking professional 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
- Terrace Houses Entrance Fees ( 45 Turkish Liras)
- Antik Havuz giriş ücreti ( 50 Turkish Liras )
- Arkeoloji Müzesi giriş ücreti ( 10 Turkish Liras )
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