2 fulldays in Ephesus & Pamukkale
Ephesus is an ancient port city which is well-preserved ruins are in modern-day Turkey. The city was considered the most important Greek city and the most important trading center in the Mediterranean region. In history, Ephesus survived multiple attacks and changed hands many times between conquerors.
Pamukkale Hot springs in a cliff almost 198 m high overlooking the calcite-laden waters have created at Pamukkale (Cotton Palace) an unreal landscape, made up of mineral forests, petrified waterfalls and a series of terraced basins. At the end of the 2nd century the dynasty of the kings of Pergamon, established the thermal spa in Hierapolis. The ruins of the baths, temples and other Greek monuments can be seen at the site.
We will spend 2 fulldays in Pamukkale and Ephesus with our small group and regional offical tourist guide
Day 1: Istanbul to Ephesus by Flight
Ephesus & St. Mary’s House – Izmir | An early morning flight to Izmir. Arrive and transfer to Ephesus where you will explore 2,000 year-old marble streets, a theater, the Library of Celsius, a gymnasium, and Hadrian’s Temple in Ephesus. Visit Virgin Mary’s stone cottage. Overnight in Kusadasi.
Day 2: Pamukkale to Istanbul by flight
Pamukkale – Izmir | Today is the day to pay an early morning visit to the unique Cotton Fortress, the white calcium cascades, and also pay a visit to one of the first modern spa centers of the ancient world, Hierapolis. Then drive to Denizli Airport for Flight to Istanbul
Optional If you wish You may extend your staying in Kusadasi a night more and fly back to istanbul next day too. Also if you have longer time you may combine this tour with Gallipoli and Troy tour from istanbul
Please Keep in Mind
- During the trip wear sport shoes or comfertable shoes
- Summer periot take your sunglasses with you
- Take a bottle of Water
- have some turkish liras with you because the drinks are extra at the lunch.
- wear your cloths fit for the periot. If you have no idea about the perit which you will travel just ask by e-mail to the our operator