Daily Pamukkale Trip From Izmir


Of the original Hellenistic city-states along the Aegean coast of Asia Minor,only Smyrna, now Turkish Izmir,survived the catastrophes that befell the region. Also It is thought that Homer, the author of the Iliad and Odyssey epics, lived in the region of Smyrna (Izmir).

Other than that, It is impossible not to mention the Historical Elevator in the list of places to visit in Izmir. Also Agora and Izmir Castle should be visited. There are many inns, baths and mosques in Kemeralti Bazaar, one of the oldest historical places in İzmir. Today, it is used as a bazaar function where almost every need can be found. In addition, the Beth-Israel Synagogue, which is an important point for Jews, and the Saint Polycarpe Church, which is important for Christians, are places that must be visited, and we organize private tours to these places.

Pergamon, Sardis and Ephesus. 3 important Ancient city near Izmir. Sardis was the capital of the Lydian Empire, dominant over Aegean Ionia back in the days. The Lydians embraced and embellished the existing Hellenic culture. The symbols of the ancient city of Sardis are the Temple of Artemis, the Synagogue and the Gymnasium. Pergamons had once been a dazzling center of cultural activity with one world’s richest libraries; the ruins make it one of Turkey’s finest archaelogical sites. The Asclepieion of Pergamon was the sanctuary built in honour of the gods Asclepius and Hygieia, located west of the Pergamon hill.EPHESUS and The colossal and comparatively unadvertised BASILICA OF SAINT JOHN is a good place to visit.Also The HOUSE OF VIRGIN MARY is a Catholic temple located in around Ephesus near Izmir.

On the other hand, we organize daily regular and private tours (Day Tour Turkey) to places such as Aphrodisias, Pamukkale-Hierapolis, Ephesus-Kusadasi, Cesme-Alacati, Bodrum, Cappadocia, Pergamon from Izmir. In addition, our special Biblical Tours for the ancient cities mentioned in the Bible are at the service of our valued customers.

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