If you want to explore more than one place while making your holiday plan, you can opt for Ephesus and Pamukkale Tours. Almost two or three days will be enough for discovering Ephesus and Pamukkale. With a comprehensive tour, you can reach Ephesus, and start to feel the mystic spirit of the region within you. There is a history from Ancient Greece to Rome and then to Byzantium. There is one thing you should know; This ancient city in Selçuk, which has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2015, is a really fascinating place. Next destination place is Pamukkale. It is famous for its healing spas, which are the center of important cultures since ancient times. Pamukkale, which is famous for its travertine formed by thermal waters containing calcium oxide, is one of the natural areas of the world. That’s why Pamukkale, which is called the eighth wonder of the world, must be on your list of places before you die.
The first place to visit is Ephesus. While visiting the region, which is accepted as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, you can save the memories you cannot forget with your loved ones and immortalize your passion for photography and creative perspective. During the tour of Ephesus, accompanied by guides who know the region very well, you can find answers to your curiosities and take a unique journey on the dusty pages of history. The ruins of Ephesus are located in the Selçuk district of İzmir. You can take a bus every 10 minutes from Selçuk Bus Terminal. Within five minutes you arrive at the entrance of Ephesus Ancient City. According to rumors, the old town of Selçuk is pre-sea. Also, Ayasuluk Hill is an island. The small Menderes river and Marnas the alluviums brought by having caused the sea to remain 6 km away in the course of thousands of years. The foundation of Ephesus dates back to 6000 years. The city of Ephesus, where the immigrants came from Greece in 1050 BC, moved around the Temple of Artemis in 560 BC. Ephesus, which was visited today, was founded by Lisimahas, one of the generals of Alexander the Great, in 300 BC.
The final destination is Pamukkale. Pamukkale, located 22 km north of Denizli city center in the eastern part of the Aegean Region, is a district of Denizli. Pamukkale Travertines are a natural place visited by thousands of tourists every year. Pamukkale Travertines and Hierapolis Ancient City, which are declared World Heritage by UNESCO, are the symbol of Denizli city. The travertines on which there are many water sources and the pool were formed by the collapse of the rocks in the region and the hot water flowing into the rocks. The reason why travertines are white is that the minerals in the thermal water meet and settle with oxygen. The ancient city of Hierapolis, which was founded by the Eumenes king of Pergamon at the beginning of the 2nd century BC, is known as the Sacred City in the world of archeology because of its many religious structures.