The Ephesus Tour will give you a memorable day in one of the oldest cities in the world. First, we will visit to the renowned House of the Virgin Mary, where it is thought that the biblical figure last resided.
Ephesus was once part of the Greco-Roman empire. You will explore the Agora, the Odeon, the Temple of Domitian and the Temple of Hadrian.
Moreover, you will discover the Arcadian and the Terrace Houses. After having lunch, you’ll also visit the Saint John Basilica and the Temple of Artemis.
As Monolya Tours, we highly recommend Ephesus Tours.
32,50€ – 65,00€
What is Included
What is not included
Meeting and Picking up
Please inform us about your hotel location. We will inform you about the pick-up time.
What to Expect
In 1986, it was formally recognized as a shrine by the Roman Catholic Church. Finally, this location has gained popularity as a destination for pilgrims.
We will visit the Odeon, State Agora, Prytaneion, Memmius Monument, Domatian Temple, Hercules Gate, Curetes Street, Hadrian Temple, and Latriens.
Ephesus, an ancient city located in present-day Turkey, is a captivating archaeological site that attracts visitors from around the world. With its rich history, well-preserved ruins, and significant cultural heritage, Ephesus offers a fascinating journey back in time. In this article, we will delve into the allure of Ephesus Tours, highlighting the historical significance, notable landmarks, and immersive experiences that await those who embark on this extraordinary adventure.
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