tour is only available with at least 2 participants
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1 - Izmir
in Izmir, the “Pearl of the Aegean”, nestled on the side
of Mt. Pagos on the shores of the bay sharing the same name.
Transfer to your hotel. Free afternoon to rest (or optional
Half-Day Izmir City Tour). Overnight in Izmir.
2 - Izmir (B) (L)
full day to explore Ephesus, capital of Roman Asia Minor, and
a jewel in Turkey’s archaeological crown. It is here where
history comes truly alive. Walking towards the ancient harbor,
down a marble road rutted by the wheels of countless chariots,
you pass architectural masterpieces like the Library of
Celsius, Heracletes Gate, many marble columns, before arriving
at the Great Amphitheater where silversmith Demetrius and his
friends started a riot against St. Paul, finally we will end
up at the Ephesus Museum. In the afternoon visit the nearby
Basilica of St. John and the Virgin Mary’s stone cottage,
where she is believed to have spent her last days. Lunch in Selcuk.
will see the
statue of Ephesian Artemis while touring the Archeological
Museum of Ephesus in Selcuk. Overnight in
3- Izmir( B)
modern town lies over the remains of the Roman city, while the
remains of the ancient Greek city with its acropolis lie
northeast across the Bergama River, on a high hill with
terraced slopes. Greek ruins also lie on the western
outskirts. Visit the
Acropolis in the city built on four
terraces perched upon a hill, overlooking the Bergama Plain.
Tour the “Steepest Theater of the Ancient World”. Then
visit the Asclepion, the famous ancient medical center
dedicated to Asclepion, the god of health and medicine, and
the Archaeological Museum in Pergamon. Return for overnight to
4- Izmir ( B)
morning. Then transfer to Izmir airport per your time of
is not Included:
3 nights accomodation
All meals mentioned
on the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
mentioned in the itinerary.
guidance on each activity.
sightseeing as specified in the itinerary.
taxes & service charges
and Port rage tips.
fees to sites and museums.
restaurants and hotels.
bus driver & tour guide.
of personal nature such as beverages, laundry, phone calls at the
services which are not specifically mentioned.