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My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our private tour. We were in complete control of our day and how long we spent at each site. St John's Basilica was under renovation so we only visited from outside but we were taken to a muesuem nearby instead. Our guide Ahu was extremely knowledgeable and provided detailed historical and religious explanations at each site. As this was a private tour we utilised the option of making additional stops (within the duration of the tour) and choosing any drop off point at the end of the tour en route our pick up hotel. Highly recommend this tour!

Ephesus: Full-Day Tour from Kusadasi or Izmir Reviewed by Mariam, 02/23/2020

It was a great day! Our tour guide, Fatima was super knowledgable, personable, and a joy to tour with. She took our group to a great authentic Turkish restaurant. We asked her to help us make arrangements to get back to airport the next day & without hesitation said sure! After the tour that day, it was more than a tour, we made a friend!

Our tour guide was outstanding, polite, funny and extremely knowledgeable.. the places we visited were very fascinating, especially Ephesus with so much history and original features.. I’m not a religious person so was a little sceptical about the House of Virgin Mary but can see why this place would be special.

The minibus was right on time at our hotel. The excursion was very interesting. The guide Melih was very knowledgeable and professional. The timing of the excursions was really good and allowed us to be back at the hotel early in the afternoon. Thank you very much!!!

This was by far the best tour we did in Turkey. It is really worth doing a private tour and our guide Ahu was amazing. Nothing was a bother and all our wishes were answered. This is such an informative tour and it needs a great guide to bring Ephesus alive.