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Merhaba (Hello) and Hosgeldiniz (Welcome) to Selcuk, Ephesus, Turkey.
We at No Frills Ephesus Tours offer a no nonsense tour experience without substituting on quality or service.
Our aim is to provide the visitor to Ephesus a unique cultural based tour experience with a professional English speaking guide, without the hassle of being taken to various factory outlets or shopping stops along the way. If it is the Ancient City of Ephesus and the Ephesus Museum, the Temple of Artemis, St John's Basilica or the house of the Virgin Mary that you have come to see then that is what we aim to show you.
Our half day or full day NO FRILLS Ephesus Tours are the perfect way for you to absorb the history of Ephesus without the pressure of carpet, leather or jewellery sales spoiling your day.
GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY -
We understand that many holiday makers have limited time and budget. With this in mind we offer "no frills" Ephesus tours at a competitive price. We believe that many people miss out on the tours that they want to do on holiday because of the inconvenience of the many shopping stops along the way. The sights are what you have come to see and that is what we aim to show you. With our professional team of English speaking tour guides and staff our goal is to offer you an unforgettable tour experience of Ephesus.
NO FRILLS ADD ONS -
Want something extra that's not included on your tour? Ask us about the various add-ons you can choose from to make your sightseeing experience complete. We also have a list of other activities and excursions on offer in and around Ephesus.


Visiting Ephesus on your Cruise Holiday?
Have a great private tour with guide to Ephesus at a reasonable price !!!
Why don’t you share the expenses and arrange with other cruise passengers (2 to 14 at most) an exclusive tour from the port of Kusadasi or Izmir with a comfortable air-conditioned  tour vehicle, private driver and a professional English-speaking guide. We can organize for you a fantastic Ephesus tour or you can create an itinerary that suits you. This is the best way to see as much of the local sights as you want depending on the time available to you.
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Please inquire 
 40 EURO p.p
 50 EURO p.p
From  590 EURO p.p
From  790 EURO p.p

Map of Ephesus


The Sightseeings of Ephesus 

The Gymnasium of VediusRoman Bourse or double church of the Virgin MaryAgoraThe Theatre
The StadiumThe Gate of Mazaeus and MithridatesLibrary of CelsusTemple of Serapis
The Arcadiane WayThe Marble WayBrothel Latrine
Terrace HousesThe Street of the Curetes Scholasticia BathsPrytaneion
The Temple of HadrianCave of the Seven SleepersFountain of TrajanState Agora
Monument of MemmiusThe Temple of Domitian Gate of HerculesOdeum
Fountain of Pollio ,,,

The History of Ephesus 
Ephesus (Ancient Greek Ἔφεσος, Turkish Efes) was an ancient Greek city on the west coast of Anatolia, near present-day Selcuk, Izmir Province, Turkey. It was one of the twelve cities of the Ionian League during the Classical Greek era. In the Roman period, it was for many years the second largest city of the Roman Empire, ranking behind Rome, the empire's capital.  Ephesus had a population of more than 250,000 in the 1st century BC, which also made it the second largest city in the world.The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BCE), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.  It is now represented only by one inconspicuous column, revealed during an archaeological excavation by the British Museum in the 1870s.  Emperor Constantine I rebuilt much of the city and erected new public baths. The town was again partially destroyed by an earthquake in 614. The city's importance as a commercial centre declined as the harbor was slowly silted up by the Cayster River, modern day Kucuk Menderes.                                for more info