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Izmir Shore Excursion Reviews

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9 Excursions Found

#1 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

Archaeological Site of Ephesus

52 Reviews
Izmir is home to the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Ephesus, the best preserved in the Eastern Mediterranean. Famous for the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, Ephesus was a major regional power through much of antiquity.
#2 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

House of Virgin Mary

23 Reviews
Visit the most sacred place in Izmir, the House of Virgin Mary in the ancient city of Ephesus. The humble, one-story brick house, according to myth, is where the Virgin spent her last years.
#3 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

City Tour

6 Reviews
Take a tour of Izmir to fully appreciate this ancient but modern metropolis.
#4 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

Church of St. John

5 Reviews
You're in for a treat with a guided tour of the Church of St. John in Izmir. Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you're whisked back to the days of St. John and walk upon the ground where he once treaded.
#5 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

Terrace Houses

5 Reviews
Catch a glimpse of antiquity wandering the halls of the remarkable Terrace Houses of Ephesus.
#6 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

Celsus Library

3 Reviews
Ephesus' Celsus Library was built to honor Roman Senator Tiberius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus, former consul, governor of Asia, and a man of remarkable power and influence despite his Greek heritage. An impressive building full of history, the library makes for a great excursion.
#7 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

St. John's Monastery

3 Reviews
Enjoy the beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea and the priceless artifacts of St. John's Monastery in Izmir. You will walk away inspired and enriched from the experience!
#8 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

Pergamo Walking Tour

1 Reviews
#9 of 9 Izmir Shore Excursions

Sirince Village

1 Reviews
A visit to Sirince Village provides a glimpse into the lifestyle of Turkish villagers. The houses line the hillsides of vineyards and are made from stone and stucco with a red tile roof. Shop for local handicrafts or have a cup of Turkish coffee or tea in a traditional Turkish coffee house.
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