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Izmir: Private Airport Transfer

1. Izmir: Private Airport Transfer

In Airports: Your driver will be waiting with a board with ‘’YOUR NAME’’  on it in front of the exit gate. You will be escorted to your vehicle and your driver will drop you off to any address in Kusadasi or any specific area. In Hotels ; Upon your reservation request the supplier will reply to you as fast as possible and send your confirmation. Your driver will be waiting in front of your hotel for your transfer service to any specific area such as Izmir airport,. The supplier offers you a 24 hour, 7 day, 365 day per year service to and from Izmir airport. All of the vehicles are air conditioned, clean, and fully insured for your protection. They offer 1st Class professional and reliable service with no fuss, no hassle, and no waiting time charges, just the first-class service you expect and deserve. The supplier is constantly monitoring flight times so please don't worry if your flight is early or delayed, your driver will be waiting for you on arrival. At Kusadasi transfer your safety is of paramount importance and they offer baby car and booster seats to ensure your family travels comfortably and safely, please let them know your number when making your booking.

Private Ephesus Tour for Cruise Travelers

2. Private Ephesus Tour for Cruise Travelers

Ephesus is a city created by the Ionians in the 11th-Century BC and later expanded by the Romans. Now considered one of the grandest reconstructed sites in the ancient world, the region also hosted the likes of Cleopatra, Mark Antony, the Virgin Mary and John the Apostle. After a pick up from Kusadasi port or your city hotel, you will be driven to the Ephesus region to start your tour. Your first stop will be the Temple of Artemis, considered one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Next you will explore the old Greco-Roman city of Ephesus. See the magnificent Magnesia Gate and begin a slow, downhill walk into the ruins of the former Roman provincial capital. Your route will take you past the Temple of Hadrian, the Fountain of Trajan, the Great Theater and the spectacular Celsus Library, one of the best-preserved buildings among the ruins. Visit the Odeon, Bouleterion, Temple of Hadrian, Serapis and Domitian. Continue to the Great Theater, the Double Church and Arcadian Way. Walk along Marble Street and get fantastic views, whichever way you look. Keep your eyes and ears open for gladiators! By the end of the tour, some of you may feel like a true Greek, and some like an Ancient Roman… Our private excursions on V.I.P standards are cheaper than cruise company's excursion rates which are designed for the big crowded groups.

From Izmir Airport: One-way Private Transfer to Kusadasi

3. From Izmir Airport: One-way Private Transfer to Kusadasi

Begin your trip with a private one-way transfer from Izmir Airport to anywhere in Kusadasi. Sit back and relax during the journey in an air-conditioned vehicle.  A friendly driver will meet and greet you at the airport arrival terminal. Your driver will proceed with escorting you and your luggage to the vehicle. Experience a comfortable journey in an air-conditioned private vehicle directly from the airport. Travel conveniently without having to worry about pre-booking or last-minute searching.

Transfer Izmir Airport to Kusadasi

4. Transfer Izmir Airport to Kusadasi

According to your flight arrival time, your driver will be waiting for you with a sign your name written on it at the domestic/international arrival gate. After you are greeted by your driver, they will drive you to your hotel. As comfort and safety are top priorities all vehicles are air-conditioned, non-smoking, fully insured, licensed and certified for tourist use by the state authorities. Baby car and booster seats are available if needed. All transfers are conducted with a very experienced English speaking drivers in a Mercedes Vito.

Ephesus: Full-Day Private Shore Excursion with Skip-the Line

5. Ephesus: Full-Day Private Shore Excursion with Skip-the Line

After pickup from the pier, start your tour with a 20-minute drive to Ephesus. Visit the ancient city of Ephesus for 1 hour 45 minutes. Ephesus is one of the most well-preserved Greco-Roman ancient cities in the world, famous for the Odeon home to music concerts; the Domitian Temple, one of the first temples in the history dedicated to humans; the Celcius Library,the third biggest library in the ancient world; the amphitheater, one of the biggest amphitheaters in the world with a 24000 person capacity, where St. Paul preached; Roman Baths; fountains; temples; Agora; and the Love House.  Visit the House of Virgin Mary, one of the pilgrimage centers of Christians and the site where Virgin Mary passed her time and died. Discover its history with the former Popes, and see the gifts they brought for this shrine. Next, stop at the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient age. Enjoy a local lunch before heading back to Kusadasi town center and port.

Ephesus Express 2-Hour Private Tour

6. Ephesus Express 2-Hour Private Tour

Meet your guide in your hotel's lobby in Kusadasi or Izmir, Kusadasi port or Izmir Airport. Enjoy private air-conditioned transport to the Ephesus site. Take 2 hours to explore the ancient ruins, created by the Ionians in the 11th-Century BC and later expanded by the Romans. Visit the Temple of Hadrian, the Fountain of Trajan, the Great Theater and the spectacular Celsus Library, one of the best-preserved buildings among the ruins and possibly the most photographed. After the excursion, your guide will drive you back to your hotel or port.

From Kusadasi: Private Ephesus Shore Excursion

7. From Kusadasi: Private Ephesus Shore Excursion

This full-day guided tour from Kusadasi takes you to explore what is unquestionably one of the greatest sites of antiquity. One of the main appeals of Kusadasi is its proximity to the ancient city of Ephesus, the best-preserved classical city in the Eastern Mediterranean. Cleopatra, Mark Antony, the Virgin Mary, and John the Apostle all once walked its streets. The largest open-air museum in Turkey, Ephesus contains more than 30 buildings and structures linked together by streets that still bear the marks of ancient chariot wheels. See the awe-inspiring Great Theater, where St. Paul preached against the pagans and gladiators once engaged in battle. Walk along Marble Street to the Library of Celsus, the facade of which has been remarkably restored. You will also visit the Temple of Hadrian, Roman baths, and many other remarkable ruins. The Church of the Virgin Mary lies just beyond Ephesus. According to Christian tradition, Mary was brought to Ephesus by the Apostle John after the resurrection of Christ and lived out her final days here. This church was erected on the foundation of that house, and its authenticity has been confirmed by Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul II. The Temple of Artemis, is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Today there are only a series of columns and scattered ruins of this marvelous Hellenistic construction, though the grandeur of this colossal structure once exceeded that of the Parthenon. Another possible site is the Terrace Houses, located on the hill, opposite the Hadrian Temple. Also called 'the houses of rich', important for the reason that they give us information about family life during the Roman period. They were built according to the Hippodamian plan in which roads were transected at right angles. There are six residential units on three terraces at the lower end of the slope of the Bulbul Mountain. The oldest building dates back to the 1st century BC and continued in use as a residence until the 7th century AD. The trip can also contain a visit to the Basilica of St.John: It is believed that the evangelist St. John spent his last years in the region around Ephesus and was buried on the southern slope of Ayosolug Hill. Three hundred years after his death, a small chapel was constructed over the grave. The church of St John was changed into a marvelous basilica during the region of Emperor Justinian (527 -565 AD). St John, or the Apostle John, was the writer of the Fourth Gospel and the book of Revelation. The Ephesus Museum is different from other many museums. It is not designed according to chronological order, on the contrary, it has rooms with a theme. The rooms are called The House Findings Room, The Hall of The Fountain Relics, The Hall of The Funerary Relics, The Hall of Artemis, etc.

Eight Day Turkey Tour: Seven Churches of Asia

8. Eight Day Turkey Tour: Seven Churches of Asia

Turkey, in antiquity known as Asia, was home to seven wondrous churches. It didn’t refer to an actual building, but rather seven Christian cities in Western Anatolia, which now lie in ruins. Visit these ancient places and walk the same steps that the world’s earliest Christians did. Before that, you’ll see all of Istanbul’s major sites, including the Hippodrome, the Blue Mosque, and Hagia Sophia. Then you’ll travel to Izmir and start your tour of ancient Christianity, seeing many Roman ruins along the way. Soak in the thermal baths at Pamukkale, just as tourists have done for centuries – it was founded, after all, as a resort town by the Ancient Romans. Each step along the way, your expert guide will be there to provide you with context and information regarding each of these wonderful cities. Detailed Itinerary: Day 1: Arrival Arrive in Istanbul and enjoy a comfortable transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Istanbul. Day 2: Istanbul Tour Explore Istanbul and visit the historic old town. Then visit the Hippodrome, Istanbul’s first sports stadium, and the Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque). Then visit the Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace and a traditional bazaar. Day 3: Istanbul - Izmir Visit the Grand Bazaar before touring the port of Istanbul and seeing the Cistern of Istanbul. Flight to Izmir. Day 4: Pergamon – Thyatira – Izmir Explore the Pergamum Acropolis, and visit the Ancient Roman health center of Asklepieion. See the Red Basilica and continue on to Thyatira and back to Izmir. Day 5: Izmir – Sardis – Philadelphia – Laodicea – Hierapolis Visit the Sardis Church and ruins of the Temple of Artemis, then travel to Philadelphia Church. Then to the Roman resort of Pamukkale with its therapeutic thermal baths and the Cotton Castle. Finally, head to the Gate of Domitian, and the Nymphaion. Day 6: Ephesus – Kusadasi See the Basilica of St. John the Apostle. Then head to the ancient city of Ephesus and its Archeological Museum. Day 7: Izmir to Istanbul Relax in Kusadasi and flight back to Istanbul. Day 8: Departure Airport transfer in time for your flight.

Kusadasi: Private Ephesus Tour and Turkish Cooking Class

9. Kusadasi: Private Ephesus Tour and Turkish Cooking Class

Make a journey between History and food culture of Turkey as you discover the ancient city of Ephesus. Buy fresh ingredients at a local market and learn and cook Turkish Cuisine in a cooking class. Be picked up from your hotel, in a comfortable air-conditioned van and drive to Ephesus Greco-Roman city. Admire one of the best preserved ancient cities and see the Temple of Hadrian, Temple of Trajan, the Theater and the Library of Celsus. Go to a local market or a grocery to buy fresh vegetables and fruits from Selcuk/ Kusadasi. Join the cooking class and learn how to cook 3 delicious dishes from the Turkish cuisine. Take the opportunity to taste the mouth-watering results of your hard work on a beautiful terrace, as you judge your culinary abilities. Taste classic Turkish dishes and learn how they differ from the present day. Return back to Kusadasi Port or Hotel at the end.

All inclusive Private Full day Ephesus tour with Lunch

10. All inclusive Private Full day Ephesus tour with Lunch

Learn more about famous religious sites like The House of Virgin Mary, St. John Basilica, and Artemis temple in this private tour of Ephesus from Kuşadas. Taste some delicious Turkish food at a local restaurant, as you see this significant port city.  Be met by your private guide at Kusadasi port or your accommodation. Travel in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to Ephesus. Stroll along the ancient streets to see impressive monuments like the Baths of Scholastica, the Library of Celsus, the Temple of Hadrian and The Grand Theater. Visit the House of the Virgin Mary to see where it is thought that Mary lived until her death.  Savor a delicious Turkish lunch and beverage. After Lunch, drive to Basilica of St. John, where it is believed that the evangelist St. John spent his final days. Stop at Artemis Temple to see one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

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What people are saying about Kusadasi

It was a great day. Our guide Mehmet Emin was great. He explained everything very detailed and interesting. Every question answered. Good tips given. Ephes is definitely worth a visit.

Everything went great with the private taxi from Izmir airport to the hotel. Customer service was also super helpful and did everything to our satisfaction. I can only recommend.

Transfer was on time both from airport to hotel and return. Driver was pleasant and helpful with bags and supplied bottles of water. Would use the service again.

We had a very nice and up-and-coming driver, the vehicle was big enough for 10 people and luggage. Gladly again

It worked out great. Decent vehicle and nice driver