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Half Day Ephesus Tour

-Discover Unique Ephesus; An Archeological treasure.
-Walk on the ancient streets where Mother Mary, St John even St Paul walked
-See Terrace House, where rich Ephesians used to live. 
-Lear history about early Christians and Romans from your expert local guide
-Skip-The-Line tickets provided
Explore Unique Ephesus with customized private from Kusadasi. Visit Ephesus and The Temple of Artemis, walk on the ancient roads where Mother Mary, St John, and St paul walked and see monuments such as Celsus Library, Great Theather, Trajan Fountain, Odeon Temple, and more, learn history about early Christians and Romans from your expert local guide.  Take photos from the best photoshoot points. Skip-The-Line tickets provided.  
According to your Private tour pick up a time to meet with your guide and drive to Ancient Ephesus An Archeological treasure, The best-preserved classical city in Eastern Mediterranea. During the 1C AD, Ephesus was the second-largest city on the planet after Rome with more than 250.000 citizens. It was in the center of the known world and played the role of a gateway between the East and the West. With its giant harbor, it was also the center of trading in antiquity. It was not only a rich commercial city but also an impressive city that even Mark Anthony and Cleopatra spent their honeymoon in Ephesus.  It is also home to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Temple of Artemis. Ephesus is also well preserved that, walking on the ancient streets among the beautiful monuments such as the third largest library of the ancient world or the largest roman theatre on the Asia continent, gives you the feeling of a time traveler.
Next; Terrace Houses From the time of Augustus, these dwellings of wealthy Ephesians, were decorated with beautiful frescoes and mosaics. The houses had luxurious bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens. Next; the Temple of Artemis or Artemision; was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Its ancient cult dedicated to Artemis was very famous in antiquity and made Ephesus a much-visited pilgrimage place. There was a total of 127 ionic columns with a height of 19m. The temple is also considered to be the earliest bank of the ancient world. At the end of the tour drive you back to the departure point.