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Private Ephesus Tours from Selcuk Hotels and Selcuk Train Station
Embarking on an Ephesus tour from Selcuk is truly an adventure that will transport you back in time and unveil the extraordinary history of this ancient city. Ephesus, undeniably a must-visit destination, enchants its visitors with its impressive archaeological monuments and captivating stories of the past. As you wander through the remains of what was once the capital of the Asia province in the Roman Empire, a knowledgeable Ephesus tour guide will be your trusty companion, weaving together fascinating stories and providing insightful information about this remarkable place. Brace yourself to be spellbound by the captivating tales and hidden gems that Ephesus has to offer, leaving you with memories that will last a lifetime. The friendly tone and warmth of your tour guide will make this journey an experience filled with both education and entertainment, making your exploration of the ancient city all the more memorable.
During our Ephesus Tours from Selcuk, our guests tour among the well-preserved ruins. They visit this ancient metropolis that was once full of theatres, agoras, shops, wide marble streets and temples. They marvel at the world-famous Library of Celsus, an architectural masterpiece that still impress visitors today.
Selcuk is the nearest town to the ancient city of Ephesus. 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 stay overnight in Selcuk town, we recommend visiting the farmers market on Saturdays.
Ephesus Ancient City is the highlight of the area. Ephesus is an incredible place and worth visiting, an Ancient Greco-Roman city. A person can easily spend half a day here just wandering around the ancient streets. Ephesus is a remarkably preserved UNESCO world heritage site.
Izmir to Selcuk and Izmir Airport to Selcuk is accessible by trains. There are 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. Train Izmir to Selcuk takes approximately 1 hour 20 minutes. For more information about the trains schedules to Selcuk, please visit the following link:
Izmir, Izmir Airport - Selcuk Town (Ephesus) Train Schedules
How do you get from Selcuk to Ephesus?
Ephesus is 4 km walking distance from Selcuk. It takes approximately 30 minutes to walk from Selcuk to Ephesus Ancient City. We recommend entering from the North gate and exit from the south gate. Walking back would be tough therefore the best is to take a taxi back to Selcuk town. For the travelers who are interested we offer private Selcuk Ephesus Walking Tours.
Can I tour Ephesus on my own?
Yes, you can tour Ephesus on your own. Kindly note that there is very little information in Ephesus describing what you are looking at. If you want to know more about what you see, you really need a tour guide or an audio guide.
Is Selcuk worth visiting?
Selcuk is one of the most beautiful, perhaps world-renowned towns of Izmir. Of course, the fact that it is home to the Ancient City of Ephesus has a big share in this. But not only that, Selcuk is the place to visit and its beauties. Many historical attractions nearby can be visited in day tours from Selcuk,
We also offer special interest tours to maximize your experience in Ephesus:
Recommended hotels to stay in Selcuk (booking.com links) :
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 and private Selcuk Ephesus walking 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.
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* If you do not have a rental car and staying in Selcuk or coming to Selcuk with train. We offer private walking tours of Ephesus, including visits to Basilica of St. John, Temple of Artemis and Ancient City of Ephesus. For more information, please visit Ephesus Walking Tours and contact us.
Suggested Ephesus Day Trips from Selcuk are as follows:
SELCUK - No:1
Half-Day Ephesus Tour from Selcuk (4 hours)
Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, House of Mary
After meeting your Ephesus local 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 have spent her 9 years. The house is approximately 1000 feet above sea level and runs as an active chapel. Roman Catholics believe that Virgin Mary came to Ephesus with Saint. John 5 years after the crucifixion. At the age of 63 she was taken to heaven. Although there is no fact that Virgin Mary lived here, approximately 1.5 million people visit the site each year. After a 30 minute visit to the House of Mary, drive to the ancientcity of Ephesus. You will be dropped at the upper gate of Ephesus with your tour guide. Start your Ephesus Walking Tour exploring the ruins. You will be walking down the hill approximately 2 hours. 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 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 Ephesus Tour from Selcuk - Christian Ephesus (6 hours)
Meet with your guide in Selcuk. After a short drive, your first stop on this fascinating tour is the Basilica of St. John. From the Basilica of St. John, see the earlier settlements of Ephesus, the Temple of Artemis and the remains of the tomb of John the Apostle. Afterwards, you will continue on to visit the ancient city of Ephesus, one of the most magnificent and best-preserved ancient sites in the world. See the Agoras, Odeon, the Basilica, Curetes Street, Bath, Celsus Library, Marble Street and the Great Theater with a seating capacity of 24,000 people. Continue to the House of Virgin Mary where Virgin Mary is believed to spend her last 9 years.
SELCUK - No:3
Day Tour from Selcuk
Ephesus and Sirince Village (7 hours)
Meet with your guide in Selcuk. Drive to one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world: Temple of Artemis. After seeing the Templeof 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 the Temple 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 a chance to see the local life at a village and purchase some small local souvenirs and handicrafts. The village is also famous for its local grape and other fruit wines.
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Train travel to Ephesus (Selcuk)
* For travellers who will be staying at hotels in Basmane district in Izmir, we recommend them to take the 7.10am train from Basmane train station which will arrive to Selcuk at 8.34am. Our tour guide and vehicle can meet you at Selcuk train startion. After the tour you will be dropped back to Selcuk train station for your return journey. Return train will leave Selcuk at 4.04pm and arrive Izmir Basmane Train station at 5.30pm. Fortrain schedule between Izmir and Selcuk, please visit:
Izmir, Izmir Airport - Selcuk Town (Ephesus) Train Schedules
Full Day tour of Ephesus, House of Mary & Basilica of St. John (8 hours)
The closest Airport to Ephesus is Izmir Airport. Izmir Airport to Ephesus distance is 60 kilometers, and it takes approximately 45 minutes by car. We offer Private Ephesus Tours from Izmir Airport with licensed tour guides.
Biblical sites, including Mary's last-known dwelling place, the ancient city of Ephesus, the Basilica of St. John and a relaxing lunch are featured in this fascinating, full-day private tour.
After meeting with our staff at Izmir Airport. As your vehicle makes its way along the Aegean Coast, you will pass some fertile lands of the region. As you reach the silted valley, time seems to come to a halt and then reverse. After a steep drive up Mt. Pagus, you will arrive at a stone chapel. This converted house probably dates from the 1st century and was envisioned by a German nun as the site where the Virgin Mary spent her last years. Continuing to Ephesus, leave your coach at the parking area and proceed on foot through Magnesia Gate. As you stroll along the old marble streets, you will pass the Odeon and State Agora. You will also see the ornate Hadrian Temple, (Optinal Visit Terrace houses), the beautifully restored facade of the Celsus Library, the Roman Baths of Scholastica, the Commercial Agora and the theater, which accommodates 25,000 spectators and is still used for occasional performances. After your visit to Ephesus, re-board your vehicle for an enjoyable lunch. Afterwards enjoy a presentation about Turkish weaving, see the girls at the looms knotting carpets and kilims. Learn about the natural dyes and learn the differences between Silk , flosh, wool and cotton weaving for handmade rugs. The proprietors will give a fascinating demonstration of the local traditional crafts. Next is the Basilica of St. John, when St. John was burried, is your final stop before your return to Izmir Airport.
Cost of Private Ephesus Tour starting and ending at Izmir Airport: 215 Euro (Total to be paid 1-6 people)
* Above rate is NOT a per person rate. It is total to be paid for your group.
* We offer %20 discount for Private Ephesus Tour bookings with English speaking tour guides, on certain dates. To see these dates please click.
Rates Do Not Cover:
* Except Terrace Houses, there is no admission fee for children under 8 years old. For the proof of age, please bring passport copies with you.
* There is no prepayment required for the reservation. To avoid disappointment, we recommend making your private tour reservation at earliest possible.
Payment can be made in Euros, Turkish Liras, British Pounds and US Dollars cash at the end of the tour. There is no prepayment required for the booking.
You can cancel a tour 72 hours in advance of your tour departure without any charges. If you would like to cancel a tour, simply send us an email and we will be happy to assist you. Once you are within the 24 hour tour departure window, the tour becomes non-refundable. This is because our guide and vehicle have set aside space to accommodate your request and will often not be able to fill that space with another customer so close to departure.
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Athens to Ephesus Travel Tips
Can you visit Ephesus from Greece?
Athens, the capital city of Greece, is located on the mainland, while Ephesus is situated in Turkey, a short distance across the Aegean Sea. The distance between Athens to Ephesus is approximately 460 kilometers (285 miles) iDue to the water body separating the two destinations, you'll need to plan accordingly to reach Ephesus.
After enjoying your visit to Athens, it will definitely be beneficial to add Ephesus to your travel plan. Ephesus, with its rich history and dazzling archaeological ruins, is a must-see destination for both history buffs and explorers.
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Various options for traveling from Athens to Ephesus
Traveling from Athens to Ephesus offers a range of options to suit every traveler's preference. Whether you choose to fly, drive or enjoy a scenic sea voyage, reaching Ephesus is an adventure in itself.
Best way from Athens to Ephesus
If you're planning to travel from Athens to Samos and then to Kusadasi, we've got a top recommendation for you. Our recommendation is to catch a flight from Athens Airport to the beautiful island of Samos. Once you've landed in Samos, hop on a ferry to Kusadasi. Not only is this option the least tiring, but it's also the most enjoyable and budget-friendly choice. Keep in mind that this option is available between the months of May and October. So, make sure to plan your trip accordingly.
Consider your time constraints, budget, and personal preferences when deciding on the best mode of transportation. Remember to plan ahead, check for any travel restrictions or requirements, and make reservations in advance to ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey.
For planning your trip from Athens to Ephesus, we are able to assist you with private transfers from Izmir Airport and a private Ephesus Tour from Kusadasi Port or Izmir Airport. For more information and recommendations, please do not hesitate contact us.
Is Ephesus still a port?
Once a vibrant Ancient Port city, Ephesus has a rich historical significance that continues to fascinate visitors today. The change in proximity between the Ephesus Port, approximately 7 kilometers inland, and its original location may seem strange to some. However, this change in geographical location does not diminish the magnificence and cultural importance of this famous city. Although the ancient port is now far from the Aegean Sea, it remains a destination where visitors can discover the wonders of ancient architecture and learn about the impressive role Ephesus played in the ancient world.
What is the name of the Port in Ephesus?
Unfortunately, Ephesus Port does not exist today. However, travelers visiting Ephesus can use the modern port of Kusadasi instead. As the main port of entry for visitors to this ancient archaeological city, Kusadasi Cruise Port offers a convenient gateway to explore the fascinating historical sites of Ephesus. With its lively activities and well-connected ferry services, Kusadasi serves as a modern hub for tourists who want to explore the rich history and fascinating ruins of the ancient city of Ephesus. Although it is sad that the Ephesus Port no longer exists, Kusadasi offers visitors a seamless and efficient way to explore the ancient city of Ephesus and make the most of their trip.
How far is Ephesus from the port?
Ephesus, a popular tourist destination in Turkey, is conveniently located near cruise ports. The distance between Ephesus and the port depends on which port you are talking about. If you mean Kusadasi port, where most cruise ships dock, Ephesus is about 20 kilometers away. This means a journey of approximately 30 minutes. However, if you mean other ports in the region such as Izmir, Cesme, Bodrum, the distance will be longer. In such cases, Ephesus can be reached in a few hours by car. In order for your visit to Ephesus to be smooth and enjoyable, it is recommended that you plan your Ephesus Tour by examining the special location of the port.
Why is Ephesus no longer a port?
Ephesus, which was a vibrant port city in ancient times, is no longer a port due to various factors that caused its transformation. An important reason is the natural sedimentation process. The Caistros River, which flows into the Aegean Sea near Ephesus, accumulated sediment over the centuries and gradually filled the port. As a result, the water gradually became too shallow for ships to navigate, making Ephesus Port useless. In addition, changes in geopolitical dynamics and trade routes throughout history have caused Ephesus to lose its status as an important port, while other ports such as Constantinopolis have become more strategic and accessible trade centers. Despite its historical importance, Ephesus now serves as a major archaeological site and tourist attraction, allowing visitors to marvel at its well-preserved ruins and glimpse its glorious past.
What is the closest port to Ephesus Turkey?
The closest port to Ephesus is Kusadasi Port, located on the Aegean Sea coast of Turkey. Known for its rich history and lively atmosphere, Kusadasi serves as a gateway to the Ancient City of Ephesus, which attracts tourists from all over the world. This well-established port offers excellent facilities and services for variety of cruise ships and making it an ideal starting point for exploring the breathtaking ruins of Ephesus and nearby attractions. With its excellent location Kusadasi Port plays a vital role in enhancing the overall travel experience of visitors to Western Turkey.
How do I get from Kusadasi cruise port to Ephesus?
Various transportation options available and help you make the best choice for your trip.
When it comes to reaching Ephesus from Kusadası cruise port, you have several convenient options.
Taxi from Kusadası cruise port to Ephesus
Take a taxi from Kusadası cruise port to Ephesus. Taxis are easily found outside the port and the journey takes around 20 minutes. To ensure a fair price, it is recommended that you negotiate the fare with the taxi driver before starting the journey.
Public Bus from Kusadasi to Ephesus
There are shared minibuses called Dolmus between Kusadası town center and Selçuk town. All you have to do is take one of the Dolmus at Kusadası Town Center to Selcuk Minibus Station. The Dolmus station is located at Candan Tarhan Boulevard which is 20 minutes walking distance from Kusadasi Cruise Port. The journey, which will take approximately 50 minutes. From Selcuk Minibus Station you can take another Dolmus to go to Ephesus ancient city. The whole journey may take upto 1.5 hours. If you have limited time we do not recommend this option.
When it comes to maximizing your limited time, an Ephesus private tour, a professional approach can make all the difference. By carefully planning your itinerary and selecting a knowledgeable guide, you can ensure a seamless experience that covers all the must-see highlights. Begin by prioritizing the key attractions and historical landmarks you want to explore, such as the Library of Celsus or the ancient theater. A professional guide can offer valuable insights and storytelling, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the rich history and mythological tales of Ephesus. Additionally, consider opting for skip-the-line tickets to save precious time and avoid long queues. Remember, effective time management and proper organization are crucial to making the most of your limited time in Ephesus. With a professional tone, you can approach your experience with confidence, ensuring an enriching and efficient journey through this captivating ancient city.
You can choose the one that best suits your needs and preferences. Whether you prioritize comfort, budget or convenience, there's an option for everyone.
Ephesus is an ancient city located near Kusadası, famous for its rich history and archaeological importance. When you arrive in Ephesus, you will encounter the fascinating ruins of the once magnificent city. Here are some of the must-see places in Ephesus:
Make sure you leave enough time to fully explore the site and enjoy the historical atmosphere. Since Ephesus can be quite hot in the summer months, it is recommended that you bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and a hat.
Enjoy your visit to Ephesus and create unforgettable memories!
Where is Ephesus ?
The archaeological site of Ephesus is part of Selcuk, a small town south of Izmir. The world-famous Ephesus is very close to Kusadasi and Izmir, 540 kilometers south of Istanbul. 60 kilometers south of Izmir City Center. 18 kilometers North East of Kusadasi. A long day from Istanbul or an easy trip from Izmir or the very popular holiday area around Kusadasi. Many people combine their trip to Ephesus with the famous Temple of Artemis, House of Virgin Mary and the Basilica of St. John.
How do I get to the ruins of Ephesus?
From Izmir, Izban trains and TCDD trains run approximately every hour, 8 times a day. Between Izmir and Selcuk. Trains are cheap but crowded. For train schedules, please click here. These trains also stop at Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport. For travelers who are planning a day trip from Istanbul. We recommend them to fly to Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport. They can take the train from Izmir Airport to Selcuk, or can take the Havas Shuttle Bus stopping in Selcuk, or we can provide private transportation.
From Istanbul, the closest airport to Ephesus, is Izmir Adnan Menderes airport. Budget travelers from Istanbul may also choose to get an overnight bus from Istanbul to Selcuk. The bus ride may take over 7 hours (one way). This would be a budget but a tiring option.
From Kusadasi, there are shared minibuses called Dolmus to Selcuk. The minibuses run approximately every 30 minutes. They are cheap but most of the time very crowded. But travelers should expect a long walk after getting of from Dolmus.
From Selcuk, the ancient city of Ephesus is approximately 4 kilometers. It can be reached by walking or taxis are available in Selcuk.
Is one day enough for Ephesus?
The Ancient City of Ephesus impresses its visitors with its magnificence and size. It is a destination that requires time because it is spread over a very wide area. For typical tourists with diverse interests, a two to three hour visit is usually sufficient to experience the attractions this ancient city has to offer. Accompanied by an expert Ephesus guide, you can greatly enrich your visit by providing insight into the intriguing stories and details that make Ephesus such a fascinating destination. Devoting a day to exploring these ruins will provide an enriching and unforgettable experience.
For travelers, who needs assistance, we provide Private Ephesus Tours, Private Ephesus Transfers and Ephesus Private Tour Guide services. For more information, please contact us.
Ephesus Half Day Tour from Kusadasi Port
In Kusadasi, many cruise ships choose to stay for half a day. This charming Kusadasi Cruise Port has so much to offer in such a short time. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the ancient city of Ephesus,
Enjoy Ephesus Half Day Tour from Kusadasi Port. During our Private half day Ephesus Tour you will visit all the spectacular ancient monuments, including the Library of Celsus, Grand Theater of Ephesus, Hadrian Temple, Temple of Artemis, the House of Virgin Mary and many more. Explore three of Turkey's ancient highlights on a private half-day tour: Temple of Artemis, Ephesus and Hosue of Virgin Mary.
Half-day Ephesus Tour
Temple of Artemis, Ancient City of Ephesus, House of Virgin Mary
Meet with your Ephesus private guide at Kusadasi port. Start your Ephesus Tour from Kusadasi Port. On the way from Kusadasi Port to Ephesus, drive through the farms. Visit the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. Afterwards continue to the House of Virgin Mary where Virgin Mary is believed to spend her last 9 years. Then a visit to Ephesus is a visit to one of the best-preserved ancient cities in the world. Ancient historians believed that Ephesus was founded by the Amazons, but now, it is believed to have been the Hittite city of Apasas. With your private tour guide, begin your Ephesus Walking Tour and see the Odeon, where the advisory council held its meetings and the Roman Baths, as well as many other columns, monuments, and ruins, including the Celsus Library and the Grand Theater of Ephesus. En-route to Kusadasi enjoy the scenery or shopping opportunity.
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Private Ephesus Tours and Shore Excursions
If you visit Ephesus by cruise make sure to book a Ephesus Shore Excursion in advance. Our Private Ephesus Tours are led by local licensed Ephesus tour guides. We are one of the leading Ephesus Tour Operator that provide Ephesus Tours and Ephesus Shore Excursions. Ephesus Travel Guide offers exclusive Ephesus Tours.
If you are travelling on land and need some advice like Ephesus Hotels or Ephesus shopping, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please click here to read Ephesus Reviews about us. Ephesus Travel Guide provides you Ephesus History and an online Ephesus Map which would be useful during your visit. Cities near Ephesus also offer many ancient highlights, recommended to be visited. Ruins of Ephesus or currently known as Ephesus Archaeological Site is a must travel destination. You can also click here to see the ruins of Ephesus pictures. Mary`s tomb has not been excavated yet. Archaeologists still searching for that. Modern day Ephesus is known as Selcuk.
In our web site you can find information about: Ephesus Tour Reviews, Ephesus Tour from Izmir, Ephesus Tour from Kusadasi. From Kusadasi private tours and Ephesus trips is organized by Ephesus private guide Denizhan Pekoz. From port of Kusadasi to Ephesus takes 20 minutes. The distance from Izmir Port to Ephesus is 1 hour 15 minutes drive.
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Private Ephesus Excursions for Odyssey of the Seas Passengers from Kusadasi Cruise Port with licensed tour guides
Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines 5000 passenger ship Odyssey of the Seas will again call to the Kusadasi Cruise Port in 2024. Odyssey of the Seas Kusadasi calls will be 19 in 2024. First call will be on May 9th 2024, during 12 Night Holy Land Cruise. With overnight In Athens, Odyssey of the Seas will be docked at the Kusadasi Cruise Port and will stay from 8am until 6pm.
Ephesus Travel Guide offers selection of Private Ephesus excursions from Kusadasi Cruise Port for Odyssey of the Seas passengers at lower prices than Odyssey of the Seas Excursions. Our Ephesus excursions are carefully designed to cater to each traveler's preferences, providing a truly memorable experience. You will enjoy local Turkish culture and traditions during our Ephesus shore excursion and explore Ephesus ancient ruins with your Ephesus Guide.
As part of our exceptional services, we are pleased to offer private excursions to Ephesus for Odyssey of the Seas passengers calling at Kusadasi port. We guarantee an unforgettable experience combining historical significance with unparalleled luxury. Our Ephesus tour guide will accompany you through the magnificent ruins of Ephesus and offer insightful commentary that brings ancient times to life. Explore the Library of Celsus, the grand theater and the Terrace Houses at your own pace. With our attention to detail and commitment to customer satisfaction, we ensure that every aspect of your trip is a seamless and remarkable journey into the past. Book your private Ephesus trip with us and embark on a personalized adventure in one of Turkey's most fascinating historical sites.
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