Day Trip to Ephesus from Istanbul

Ephesus Day Tour From Istanbul

Ephesus which is located in Turkey’s Izmir province is a very important area. This city was built as an ancient Greek city and later used as a Roman city.
There are countless historical monuments in the city that you will be able to see by joining the Ephesus tour from Istanbul.

  • It is a great opportunity to be scheduled every day from Istanbul for busy travellers.
  • Visit the World’s best-preserved ancient sites with an experienced tour guide and feel the history.
  • You will be able to visit the House of Virgin Mary and Artemis Temple.
  • Round trip flight tickets, all land transportation, airport transfers, lunch, and entrance fees will be included
  • Hassle-free day tour from Istanbul to Ephesus Ancient City.

Ephesus Day Tour from Istanbul is a special tour package that will give you the opportunity to explore this glamorous city in detail. Join this tour. In this way, you will witness history with licensed tour guides.

Duration: Long Day
Tour Type: Regular
Departure Days: Everyday
Start: 03:00
End: 21:00
Transportation: +

TOUR ITINERARY

Meal: Lunch

04:45 am ─ You will be picked up from your hotel in Istanbul and transfer to the airport in Istanbul. “Please note that all the given times can change according to the availability.”
07:05 am ─ Fly to Izmir from Istanbul.
08:25 am – When you arrive at the airport in Izmir, our staff will welcome you by your name sign. Then, you will be transferred to Ephesus Ancient City.

Here the main destinations that are included by the tour:

  1. Marble streets: Our first destination will be Marble Streets. When you think of a city, first of all, the streets of that city will come to your mind. The ancient city of Ephesus also had remarkable, aesthetic streets. There were various sculptures on the sides of the glittering streets made of marble. Sometimes there was a trade on the side of the street. Especially the human traffic in the city would be on these streets. That’s why Marble Street is so important. It is very important to see this street in order to understand the social structure of the city. Taking a walk in this street will make you very happy.
  2. The Odeon: Here the second destination: The Odeon. To understand the social life of a city, it is necessary to understand how people spend their free time. For this, you must visit the Odeon in the ancient city of Ephesus. At the Odeon, many religious ceremonies were held. There were also concerts and theaters for entertainment. The Odeon was large enough to accommodate 24,000 people at the same time. This theater has a unique architectural structure. This theater was built during the Hellenistic period. It has been damaged depending on usage and various disasters. Later, Emperor Claudius restored the building and built it. Between A.D. 98 and 117, the theater in the ancient city of Ephesus has reached its present state.
  3. The Agora: The third destination included Ephesus Day Tour from Istanbul is the Agora. It is considered the political center of the city, was in a sense the place of privileged individuals. Here, many decisions about the city were made under a semi-democratic system. Citizens would meet at the Agora to discuss the city’s problems. Agora is one of the most important symbols of a modern city. Agora as the city square is very large and magnificent in Ephesus.
  4. The Temple of Hadrian: Built in 138 AD, this temple tells us a lot about the religious beliefs of the inhabitants. The temple was inlaid by P. Quintilius. Emperor Hadrian is a very holy individual for Athens, and this temple was built for this individual. There are various human and food figures inside this temple. These figures give us important information about the viewpoint of the people of Ephesus to death. Emperor Hadrian, one of the Five of Good Emperors, is also well-known by Niccolò Machiavelli. You must see this temple.
  5. Temple Of Artemis: Would you like to meet one of the seven wonders of the world? The Temple of Artemis in the ancient city of Ephesus is included in this list. Unfortunately, only a few stones remain. But you will still be amazed when you see the estimated completion of the structure in the virtual tools such as a computer or your smartphone.
  6. House of Virgin Mary: It is believed to be the last residence of the Mother of Jesus, the Virgin Mary. 4-6 years after the death of Christ, she came to the Bulbuldag with St. John and lived here. The peaceful site is sacred to both Christians and Muslims and is visited by many tourists and pilgrims. After the proclamation of Pope Paul VI in 1967, Pope II. John Paul came to Ephesus and announced that the House of Virgin Mary was a place of pilgrimage for Christians. It is a world-famous pilgrimage place. The building is a church dating back to the seventh century and was restored in 1951.

16:00/17:00 ─ When the Ephesus tour ends, you will be transferred to the airport in Izmir.
19:30 ─ Fly to Istanbul from Izmir.
20:30 ─ Arrival at the airport in Istanbul.
Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be welcomed by your name sign and transfer to your hotel in Istanbul.

WHATS INCLUDED

  • All Airport transfers in Istanbul and Ephesus
  • Round Trip Flight Tickets (luggage allowance: 15kg check-in + 8kg cabin)
  • Entrance fees in the program
  • Lunch
  • All Transportation in Tour
  • Professional local tour guide on the tour
  • Local Taxes
  • Personal Expenses
  • Drinks at the lunch

23 REVIEWS

  1. Mónica

    This day tour is great if you’re a history buff and love to see the ruins. We have an amazing tour with Ms.Aygul she is so accomodating and so friendly. the daily tour was fantastic the explanation from each historical place was well explained. visiting Ephesus has been a dream of my girlfriend for years. finally, we have been there in the best travel company. Aygul’s knowledge of the history of her country made the tour a fabulous day as we visited local sights, ate traditional food and learned about both the local area and Turkey’s history. we highly recommend this travel agency for anyone visiting the Ephesus and virgin Mary.

  2. Jeff Bright

    We were a group of two family. It was a great day out from Istanbul. We fell in low of history. This company has great service, and they are really professional. All pick-ups were on time. Our guide Ismail was fabulous. He was very knowledgeable and very wag. Thank you for all the info and helping us during the tour. Also, special thanks for Mr. Erkan who was our travel consultant. He made our day unforgettable. He was always reachable by WhatsApp and e-mail. We were very satisfied with their arrangement and visiting Ephesus. Do not hesitate to book with them.

  3. Travis

    Absolutely loved my trip to glorious Ephesus. It felt like travelling in time and stunned by this experience. thank you \o/

  4. Jyothi Sanikop

    A short but lovely trip to ephesus. It took our whole day from 4 am to 9 pm but we enjoyed every minute we spent in ephesus. The celcus library, theatre, walking on the marble road was just amazing. amazing. You can definitely feel the atmosphere of Roman Empire. There was so much history and we had a superb knowledgeable guide contributing a lot to our trip. I wish we had more time but next time we will come and enjoy more. Appreciate the efforts of everybody making this trip amazing for us.

  5. Pramod Layne

    This team is unbelievable. They are realy good at on their job. I e-mailed them for visiting Ephesus to ask how to visit from Istanbul timing, price and they immediately replied my e-mail with all all the details and with reasonable price. I accepted the price and pay for the day tour from Istanbul to Ephesus by flight. They bokked everything for me such as flight transfers tours. Everything was smooth and ofcourse Ephesus is worth to go. It is an amazing ancient city and great history. I highly recommend evrybody to go and visit. Thank you Mr. Erkan and Coskun. It was a perfect arragement. For sure, I will keep in touch and recommend you to all my friends.

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