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Ephesus (Efeze)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 284 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The ancient Greek city of Ephesus, also know as Efeze, was once one of the world’s greatest cities. It ranked only behind Rome in its size and importance during the Roman period, at which time ...  Read more

Kusadasi Cruise Port

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 156 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Kusadasi is a resort town located on Turkey’s Aegean Coast that is best known as a jumping off point for visits to Ephesus, the best preserved classical city in eastern Turkey. Just a few decades ...  Read more

Didyma

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

Modern-day sun lovers worship Didyma’s golden beaches, but in classical Ionian times this was the legendary site of the Temple of Apollo. In its heyday, Didyma’s famous temple was the home of the ...  Read more

Bozdag Mountain Range

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That photogenic stretch of hills providing a scenic backdrop en route to the ruins at Sardis is the Bozdag Mountain Range. Capped with snow from December to March, the mountains rise 3,157 meters ...  Read more

Dilek National Park (Milli Park)

Capping the green peninsula south of Kusadasi, Dilek National Park (known locally as Milli Park) protects a lovely stretch of coastline and forest. Kusadasi locals come here to escape the crowds and ...  Read more

Fortress of Kusadasi

The Fortress of Kusadasi takes up the entire island floating off Kusadasi’s beach promenade. In fact, the name Kusadasi means ‘Pigeon Island,' the term give to the island in Ottoman times because of ...  Read more

Kusadasi Caravanserai

The centuries roll back when you step inside Kusadasi’s Caravanserai, rich with Ottoman and Seljuk architectural details. With its Venetian-style swallow-tail battlements and red stone walls, the ...  Read more

Sardis

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Pre-Roman ancient ruins are just a day trip from Kusadasi in the ruined city of Sardis, the capital of the kingdom of Lydia from the 7th to 6th centuries BC. For a time Sardis was renowned ...  Read more

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