Hemos comenzado a operar tours privados de Pamukkale desde Kusadasi y Selcuk. Debido a la larga distancia esta gira sólo es adecuado para los viajeros que pasar la noche en Kusadasi o la ciudad de Selcuk.
El nombre antiguo de Pamukkale es Hierápolis. Pamukkale es el nombre moderno que significa el castillo de algodón en Turco. Desde 1998, Pamukkale (Hierápolis) es parte de la lista de Patrimonio para la Humanidad de la UNESCO. Recomendamos la visita de este sitio patrimonio de la Unesco, además de Efeso.
Pamukkale es ubicado en la provincia de Denizli. Es uno de los más impresionantes lugares de Turquía..
Itenerio de la excursion privada de Pamukkale
Su guía le recogerá para el día completo en Pamukkale y Hierápolis. Para llegar a esta hermosa, natural e histórica región lleva como 3 horas en carro desde Kusadasi, pero esto será una experiencia agradable para usted. Vamos a visitar Pamukkale, que significa “castillo de algodón” en turco, con sus traventinas, terrazas de minerales de carbonato dejados por el agua que fluye de aguas termales. Hierápolis ha sido uno de los spas y centros de salud más importantes desde el siglo segundo para los judíos, los primeros cristianos y romanos. Al final del recorrido usted será trasladado a su hotel en Kusadasi o Selcuk o Pamukkale.
Precio de la excursión privada a Pamukkale desde Kusadasi y Selcuk:
Coche privado con conductor y guía para 2 personas para todo el día 8 horas 220 Euros
Minibús privado con conductor y guía para 4 personas para todo el día 8 horas 240 Euros
Minibús privado con conductor y guía para 14 personas para todo el día 8 horas 290 Euros
Pequeño autobús privado con conductor y guía para 25 personas para todo el día 8 horas 400 Euros
El precio cubre
- Los servicios de un excelente Guía de habla español.
- Aire acondicionado de vehículos.
- Todos los gastos de transporte.
- Los impuestos, cargos por servicios
Precio no cubren:
- Entradas a los sitios. (El costo aproximado de las entrada: 9 euros por persona)
- Bebidas durante el almuerzo
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A souvenir – whether small or large, practical or decorative – can evoke a place, a culture, or an entire travel experience. Aside from all that, shopping while on holiday is just plain fun. Luckily, Kusadasi and Ephesus (Selcuk) is a shopper’s paradise, we are happy to highlight some of prospects for one-of-a-kind souvenirs that you can find during your in visit.
Turkey is known for its production of fine leather goods, and Kusadasi is teeming with opportunities to shop for handbags, jackets, boots, shoes, belts, and more. This is a great opportunity to buy custom-made goods using some of the softest, highest quality leather in the world. Turkey is known with lambs leather which is very soft. Competing in the market with a product called pelluria which is cut with 0.5 mm blades. Pelluria is also known as Silk Leather since it has a silk touch feel.
Carpets and Kilims
Turkey is known with handmade carpets and kilims. An art form Turkey is proud of. The Ancient skill of weaving carpets has been decreasing from generation to generation in Turkey. Rugs were originally made for warmth and decoration in the home, as dowry pieces for brides.There are two main kinds of rug: carpets (hali),which are knotted, and kilims, which are flatwoven with vertical (warp) and horizantal (weft) threads.
Iznik Tiles and Pottery
For centuries Iznik tiles have been treasured by art enthusiasts around the world for their flawless quality and exceptionally rich colors. The Iznik tiles made today in the small workshops. Today·s Iznik tiles are created with the same painstaking handcrafted techniques as their historic counterparts.
Lokum, Turkish Delight
Lokum or also known as Turkish Delight is a famous sweet from Turkey. It is made of corn starch and sugar, flavored and often garnished with almonds, hazelnuts or pistachios. It has been a popular sweet since 1700's.
Selcuk is the modern name of Ephesus. A small agricultural town, having a population of 35000 people. Due to the proximity to the ancient city of Ephesus, some travelers prefer to stay in Selcuk town. Selcuk has many small hotels. For travelers who will overnight in Selcuk town, we recommend visiting farmers market on Saturdays.
Selcuk is accessible by trains from Izmir or Denizli (Pamukkale). Modern trains are operating between İzmir – Izmir Airport – Selcuk – Denizli. It is a comfortable and cheap way to travel on this route. For more information about the trains schedules to Selcuk, please visit the following link:
Izmir, Izmir Airport - Selcuk Town (Ephesus) Train Schedules
For travelers who stay in Selcuk town or travel to Selcuk by train, we offer private airport transfers from Izmir airport and private Ephesus tours. For travelers who travel with rent a car, we also provide tour guide only services where our tour guide meets you in your hotel in Selcuk or in front of Basilica of St. John or Selcuk Bus Station or Selcuk Train Station. Cost of tour guide only services is 70 Euros (whatever your group size is)
On certain dates we offer %20 discount. To see these dates please click here.
* If you do not have a rental car and staying in Selcuk or coming to Selcuk with train. We offer private walking tours of Basilica of St. John, Temple of Artemis and Ancient City of Ephesus. For more information, please contact us.
Suggested Tour Programs from Selcuk are as follows:
SELCUK - No:1
Half Day (4 hours) Temple of Artemis + Ephesus + House of Mary
After meeting your guide drive through the fertile lands. Your first stop will be the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. Afterwards proceed to the mountain where Virgin Mary is believed to spent her 9 years. The house is approximately 1000 feet above sea level and running as an active chapel. Roman Catholics believe that Virgin Mary came to Ephesus with Saint. John 5 years after the crucification. At the age of 63 she is assumed to heaven. Although there is no fact that Virgin Mary lived here approximately 1.5 million people visit the site each year. After 30 minutes visit to the House of Mary, drive to ancient city of Ephesus. You will be dropped at the upper gate of Ephesus with your tour guide. Start exploring the city. You will be walking down the hill approximately 1.5hrs. You will see the Odeon, the basilica, Domitian square, fountain of Trajan, Celcus library, Terrace Houses (optional), Marble street, the Grand Theater of Ephesus and the Harbor Street. You will be ending your tour at the bottom gate. Your tour guide will take you to another site or drop you at the desired location.
SELCUK - No:2
Full day (6 hours) Tour of Ephesus - Christian Ephesus
Meet with your guide in Selcuk. Drive to the country. Your first stop on this fascinating tour is at the HOUSE OF VIRGIN MARY. Then, you will continue on to visit ancient EPHESUS, one of the most magnificent and best-preserved ancient sites in the world. See the Odeon, the Market Basilica, Curetes Street, Bath,Celsus Library, Marble Street and the Great Theater with a seating capacity of 25,000 people. Afterwards visit the BASILICA OF ST. JOHN and see the TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS, one of the wonders of the ancient world.
SELCUK - No:3
Full day (7 hours) Ephesus & Villages
Meet with your guide in Selcuk. Drive to one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world:TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS. After seeing Temple of Artemis drive to the magnificent ancient site of EPHESUS. Ephesus is the best preserved of the Greek/Roman cities in Anatolia and while you are visiting the ancient ruins of this magnificent site, your tour guide will bring them alive. You will see the beautiful Celsus Library, restored and reconstructed according to its original form by the architect Friedmund Hueber in the 1970's. The most spectacular building of Ephesus is the Grand Theater, built during the Hellenistic age to hold 25,000 spectators. It is there that St. Paul preached. Opposite theTemple of Hadrian are the Terrace Houses, homes of Ephesus' wealthy citizens. The city was also the hometown of great philosopher Heraclitus. After a visit to Ephesus Antique Site, you will arrive at SIRINCE VILLAGE. This old Orthodox Village, 10 km from Selcuk, was once "Cirkince"(ugly). Indeed its inhabitants gave this name on the purpose as they did not want to be bothered by foreigners nor to share the beauty of their village. Still after years, visitors understood that the village was not ugly and called it "Sirince" (pretty). Today the village is a perfect synthesis of Turkish-Greek culture as of the 1920's; after the Turkish Independence War, people exchange between Greek and Turks has occurred and all those typical Greek houses, though they kept their original outside characteristics, have received the local layout inside. At Sirince Village you will have chance of seeing the local life at a village and purchasing some small local souvenirs and handicrafts. The village is also famous for its local grape and other fruit wines. Your last stop will be the visit to the ISA BEY MOSQUE, a delicate masterpiece of Turkish architecture from the fourteenth century.
Taking the train from Izmir Basmane Train Station to Selcuk is an enjoyable way to see the Western Turkey. The train passes through the rich fertile farmlands, orchards and vineyards stopping at the small farming towns and villages along the way. Train is the cheapest way to travel, though not the fastest and not the most comfortable way to travel between Izmir and Ephesus.
* You can not prebook train tickets. You can buy them with Turkish Liras cash at Train Staitions. It is recommended to be at the train stations 20 minutes before the departure of the train to avoid disappointment.
Star Flyer of Star Clippers will be making 6 port of calls to Kusadasi Cruise Port in 2019. During 7 Night Northern Cyclades cruise, Star Flyer will be calling to Kusadasi Cruise Port. The first call of Star Flyer is scheduled to be to Kusadasi Cruise Port on May 6th 2019.
We offer pirvate tours of Ephesus for Star Flyer passengers. For more information about our private tours of Ephesus, please contact us.
On September 1st 2019 Azamara Pursuit will calling back to Kusadasi Cruise Port during 11-Night Greece Intensive Voyage. Azamara Journey will be calling to Kusadasi Cruise Port on October 21st 2019 during 8-Night Greece Intensive Voyage.
We offer Private Ephesus Tours and Private Pamukkale Tours with various tour itineraries for Azamara Journey and Azamara Pursuit passengers calling to the cruise port of Kusadasi with excellent licensed local tour guides and luxury vehicles in various sizes.
Please visit our website to choose the right private tour itinerary for you with reasonable prices than the cruise ships offer.
For more information please visit the following linkcs:
Private Ephesus Tours from Kusadasi Cruise Port
Private Pamukkale Tours from Kusadasi Cruise Port
For the the booking please contact us.
We are looking forward to the calls of Azamara Journey and Azamara Pursuit.
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Führungen von Ephesos
House of Virgin Mary
Temple of Artemis
Basilica of St. John
Isa Bey Mosque
Grotto of Seven Sleepers
Ancient City of Ephesus:
Church of Mary
Ephesus in Bible
House of Virgin Mary
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Basilica of St. John
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Grotto of 7 sleepers
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