Ephesus: Private 5-Hour Tour from Kusadasi or Izmir
Pick-up servicePlease provide the name and address of your hotel to arrange the pick-up service.
- Travel back in time to walk in the footsteps of Romans at the ancient city of Ephesus
- Admire the remains of the semi-circular Odeon Theatre
- Walk down marble streets to the towering Library, one of the most spectacular Roman remains
- See the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World
Transfer to Ephesus and wander among the stunning ruins with a local guide, and see sites such as the Odeon Theatre, which could seat up to 1,400 spectators in its heyday. Admire beautiful Roman statues and decorations carved into marble slabs at the Pollio Fountain.
Other highlights include the Celcius Library, completed by the Romans in 117AD. Admire the building’s awe-inspiring façade of columns, statues, and intact windows. Finally, explore the Greek Temple of Artemis, to see one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World.
- Entrance fees
- Private transportation
- Private guide
- Cruise port pick-up and drop off
- All parking fees, fuel and taxes
- Tips and personal expenses
- Drinks at lunch
When you get there
Meet your guide at Kusadasi Port. After you disembark, walk out of the customs building and you'll see your guide holding a board with your name written on it. Cruise days are always busy, so please make sure that you have the emergency number to contact vendor if you have trouble finding your guideOpen in Google Maps ⟶
• This tour requires a minimum of 2 hours walking. Wear comfortable shoes, a hat, and sun cream, and bring an umbrella (for sun or rain depending on the season)
• Bring your camera, but please note that tripods are not allowed at Ephesus
• Discounts are available for children under 11 years old. Please bring their passports or ID card to show upon entering the museum and attractions. If you don’t have ID, they may be charged full adult price
• There is no obligation to cover your head or shoulders in Ephesus. You may wear shorts and T-shirts in summer. For the House of the Virgin Mary a pashmina will be adequate cover