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If you travel Kusadasi before and visited most important sights like Ephesus, Virgin Mary House, and Pamukkale, we highly recommend you to join a day tour from Kusadasi Cruise Port to 3 Unique Ancient City of Priene Miletus and Didyma. This tour is operated with a professional English-speaking tour guide for ease of communication.
According to your cruise ship arrival time to Kusadasi Port, the tour guide would greet you at the pier, and you will explore the Priene which was an ancient Greek city of Ionia. Our knowledge about the first establishment of the city, whose existence dates back to 2000 BC, is still based on assumptions. Among the most important structures of the city are Temple of Sangria, Temple of Athena, theater, Agora, Temple of Zeus, Gymnasium, House of Alexander the Great, Church of Byzantine, Necropolis and residential areas. Priene is the most beautiful example of old city planning.
Next place to visit is Miletus. From the 7th century BC, the Aegean was the center of trade, culture, art, and science. In 546 BC, the city where the Persians were handed over was completely burned and destroyed, and in 479 it was restored upon the defeat of the Persians. Because the harbor is filled by Buyuk Menderes, it is located within about 10 km away from the sea. Balat port was an important trade port where goods from Anatolia and Asia were exported.
The last place to visit is Didyma. Didyma was a prophecy center connected to Miletus. It is known as a temple dedicated to Apollon, god of prophecy. The most impressive independent structure of the West Anatolian coast was supposed to be solitary, but on the last excavations, it was understood that Didyma was not only the residence of a priest but also an intensive settlement. The temple, which had a great influence, was built at various times and never completed.
According to your Cruise Ship departure time, you will be taken back to Kusadasi Cruise Port. We hope you will enjoy this trip. thank you for choosing us.
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