This is a 2 days tour. First day we will visit Ephesus which is a classical city of Romans in Mediterranean and one of the best place in the world to feel the atmosphere of Roman days. You will explore the ancient city by your self or follow our guide who will tell the whole story of the city and life of 2.000 years ago. The Temple of Artemis which is one of the worlds seven wonders will be waiting for you. And the famous Library of Celsius.
Ephesus is an important ancient city for World Heritage. Alexander the Great has visited this magnificent city and financially helped to construction of the temple of Artemis. First day also includes the marble avenue and the ancient theatre which has the capacity of 25,000 people.
We will have the half board accommodation after the 1 day.
Second day will be as good as the first day. The eight wonder of the natural world, Pamukkale will be there to amaze you. Check the photos up and you will understand what we mean. Natural pools or basins on the side of a cliff and frozen limestone waterfalls dazzling in their radiance. After this surprising natural beauty you will visit the next stop where you will feel younger and stronger. Cleopatra’s therapeutic bath. We are not sure if you will feel younger but we are truly sure that you will enjoy and love this tour!
The Library of Celsus, The Temple of Artemis, The Odeon, The Temple of Hadrian, The Temple of Domitian, The Tomb/Fountain of Pollio.
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Ephesus was an ancient Greek city and became a Roman city later. It is situated on the west coast of Turkey in the Selcuk Izmir province. The city was one of the 12 cities of Lonian League of Classical Greek Era. The city had a population of more than 250.000 people during the Roman period in tje 1st century BC. During that time the city was one of the largest city of Mediterranean.
The city is famous with the Temple of Artemis which was completed in 550 BC. Now its one the 7 wonders of the Ancient World. Unfortunately the temple was destroyed by St. John Chrysotom in 401 AD and the city had a great damage in the earthquake of 614 AD.
The city also includes one of the 7 churches of Asia which is cited in the “Book of Revelation”. Its also believed that the “Gospel of John” has been written here. The city also became a site of 5th Century Christian Councils and later the site of Gladiators. The town was conquered by an Ottoman army commander “Sasa Bey” in 1304.
Pamukkale means “Cotton Castle” in English. It is a natural site in city of Denizli which is on the west coast of Turkey at the Aegean sea. The important characteristics of the site is the hot springs and travertine’s (carbonate mineral terraces formed by the flowing hot water).
The city of Hierapolis was built on the top of the white castle. It is about 2.700 mt long and can be seen from other hills at the valley. The area was not protected until 20th century and the hotels, roads to the top of the mountain gave damages to the site. After the declaration of World Heritage Site for the area, the site became better with serious protection rules.
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