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How to make a day tour to Ephesus from Istanbul by flight?
There are everyday flights from Istanbul to Izmir and The flight from Istanbul to Izmir then transfer to Ephesus to join to the Ephesus Ancient City Tour.
It is a long day tour takes you from your hotel early in the morning (05:00am) and drop off at hotel (22:00pm). Including, Ephesus Library, Artemis Temple, Isabey Mosque, Virgin Mary House.
According to request It is possible to add the St. john's church in Selcuk.
Flight Duration: one hour one way, and Izmir airport transfer duration is also one hour one way.
Itinerary Ephesus Day Tour from Istanbul by flight Tour will start from your hotel by pick up service. Depart from hotel to Istanbul airport. Fly from Istanbul to Izmir, It is an hour flight. Met on arrival in Izmir and transfer to Ephesus aria. Our staff will pick you up from Izmir airport to Ephesus and you will meet the group. Met on arrival and start to make your day tour in Ephesus. Ephesus day tour from istanbul is included Ephesul library, Virgin Mary House, Artemis Temple, Ephesus Archaeological Museum. At the end of the tour transfer to Izmir airport. Fly to Istanbul. Met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. This will be the end of the tour. Ephesus Library : According to recent excavations, the site was occupied as early as the late Neolithic period and developed through the Bronze and Iron Ages. Temple of Artemis, The temple of Artemision is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the Antic world. It has been built in the areas of Ephesus on a flat area which has over the centuries turned into a swamp. Virgin Mary House, Virgin Mary House, It is the place where Mary may have spent her last days. Indeed, she may have come in the area together with Saint John Isabey Mosque, Isa Bey Mosque is one of the most delicate examples of Seljukian architecture, situated below the basilica of Saint John. The mosque was built by the master Syrian architecture Ali son of Mushimish al -Damishki, between the years of 1374 and 1375.