The Basilica of St. John Tour including the Ephesus ruins

The Basilica of St. John Tour - Ephesus Tours - Kusadasi Ephesus Tours

 

The Basilica of St. John Tour - Ephesus Tours

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Tour Code : ESJBT 09-2000 Duration of Tour : 3,5 - 4 Hour(s)
Start City : Kusadasi Port, Kusadasi Hotels / Izmir Ports, Izmir Hotel, Izmir Airport
End City : Kusadasi Port, Kusadasi Hotels / Izmir Ports, Izmir Hotels, Izmir Airport
Scheduled / Operates on : Jan 1st 2017 - Dec 31st 2017 : Daily
Tour Highlights : (Ephesus Excursions) (Ephesus guide)
Departure from Izmir Airport, Izmir Harbour - Port, Izmir Hotels, Kusadasi Harbour - Port or Kusadasi Hotels
Half Day tour to The Basilica of St. John and the ancient city of Ephesus. The price includes the entrance fees, professional licensed guide and private air conditioned minibus. (0-6 aged children are FREE).

 
  • Entrance Fees
  • Vehicle Facilities
  • Licensed Guides
Price From:$ 50.00
   
 

 

 

Ephesus St. John Tours / Ephesus Tours, Ephesus Guide, Ephesus Tour Shuttle

Ephesus St. John Tours / Ephesus Tours, Ephesus Guide, Ephesus Tour Shuttle

 
TOUR DETAILS:
Duration: Approximately 4 hours. Daily departures. Private tour is available.
Available: All year around.
Departure: Transportation from and to Kusadasi Port or Izmir Port.
Includes: Guided Tour to Ephesus city and St. John Basilica

Professional licensed tour guide, all entrance fees, private air-conditioned transportation and VAT
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No extra hidden charges

WHAT YOU VISIT
Ephesus - Enter through the Magnesia Gate walk through the Odeon, the Celsius Library, the Temple of Hadrian, the Fountain of Trajan and the Great Theater.
The Theater had seating for 25,000, was the site where St. Paul preached to the Ephesians, and is used today for a local spring festival.
The Basilica of St. John was built by the Emperor Justinian over the tomb of St. John the Apostle.

Did you know that fact about Ephesus?
But did you know about the place outside of Ephesus called garbage heap (trash heap)? According to the historical records unwanted babies - mostly girls -due to the belief to the Artemis goddess (Artemis was the goddess of fertility both giving blessings to woman willing to have a child and also protecting from the child birth, as every third woman was likely to die during the child birth) were left in the isolated area to die. The most healthiest of them were picked up by the slave traders and used to be slaves or prostitutes.