Ephesus Uncovered tour
Ephesus is one of Turkey's must-sees. Set in hills above the coast, it's one of the world's best-preserved Roman cities. So visiting it is akin to being hurtled back in time 2,000 years. And on this day trip, you'll get to see all its main treasures. Admire the Celsus Library and its neighbouring twin gateways. Gaze at the chariot grooves and graffiti still etched into the paving stones of Marble Street. And check out Hadrian's Temple and the Great Theatre. This acoustically perfect amphitheatre is where St. Paul preached and it's still used for performances today. Afterwards, you'll call at a ceramics shop for a pottery-making demonstration and the chance to buy souvenirs before stopping for lunch in nearby Selcuk. Then it's on to the House of the Virgin Mary. Legend says that Mary settled in Ephesus around 37 AD, spending her last years in a house here. It's now long gone, but a chapel marks the spot. Finally, you'll visit Selcuk's Ephesus Museum to see some of artifacts unearthed at the site. Cue statues, frescoes and even medical instruments from the 1st and 2nd centuries AD.
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