Highlights of Ephesus Tour €50 / Starting From

Prices Below Total for Specific Groups ;

Party of 2 pax  210 Euro

Party of 3 pax   300 Euro

Party of 4 pax  380 Euro

Party of 5 pax  450 Euro

Party of 6 pax  480 Euro

Party of 7 pax  490 Euro

Party of 8 pax  520 Euro

Party of 9 pax   540 Euro

Party of 10 pax  550 Euro

Party of 11 pax  550 Euro

Party of 13+ pax please request a price for our discounted prices for big groups.


  • Entrance & Parking fees
  • Professional English speaking guide licensed by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism
  • Non-Smoking, air conditioned vehicle and professional driver
  • Lunch
  • Pick up and drop off


  • Any Drinks
  • Tip to Guide and Driver

Day 1 : Highlights of Ephesus Tour

Your guide will be waiting to meet you at the port. After you’ve been welcomed your guide will take you to the House of the Virgin Mary on the top of the beautiful Solmissos Mountains where it is believed Mary spent her last living days.
After the House of the Virgin Mary, you’ll be driven to The Ancient City of Ephesus, where you’ll enjoy a downhill walk with your guide as he takes you into the ruins of the Roman capital. Your route then takes you past the Bouleuterion, Temple of Domitian, Hercules Gate, Temple of Hadrian, The Celsus Library, and The Great Theater. Finally, you’ll be driven to The Temple of Artemis (Diana) which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Next, you’ll be driven to Ephesus Museum which is one of the most important museums in TURKEY. In this museum, you will see many important pieces from the Ancient Ephesus Site and the Temple of Artemis (Diana)
Then, you’ll be driven to The Temple of Artemis (Diana) which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

We would like to introduce you to the local cultural aspects of Ephesus by showing handmade carpet & rug Art done through traditional weaving in the Teaching Village and you’ll enjoy many of Ephesus Ceramics as well.

Terrace Houses

If you would like to visit the Terrace Houses (Slope Houses) where the richest Romans lived from 1th to 7th AD. It costs 15 $ extra per person includes entrance fees and guiding service. Houses are considered today as the biggest puzzle of the world and located on Curetes Street among the ruins of Ephesus.


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