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Gonca, a great guide
Gonca was a great guide for our Glen Lyon Wine Cruise Group in Turkey. She had an impressive command of English and provided cultural analysis that helped to make our journey informative and fun. She related the sites, events, national culture, food and drink in humorous and clever comparisons. Her cheery personality put all at ease.
A long hot day but so worth it
This ancient place is amazing, but please be aware of the sun! there is little to no shelter but it so worth going. An excellent day. The guide was charming and we were looked after from start to finish
Best day of our meditteranean cruise
Our cruise was selected by the fact that we wanted to visit Ephesus. We were a group of 4 adults and the highlight of our cruise was to be our stop in Kusadasi with a visit to Ephesus. Little did we know that our trip would be made even better than we ever imagined by our special tour guide Gonca. She met us at the port in a Mercedes van and off we went on a spectacular day. We visited the House of Mary and everything possible in Ephesus. It is a day that we will never forget and a day that will keep us in forever awe of the courage and sacrifices that the Christians made during Pauls visit to Ephesus. There was not one part of the tour that could have been better or that we would have changed after being there. This is the best value tour we had during our entire cruise and one that you will regret taking if you don't book. I highly recommend asking for Gonca if you want a pleasant, very informative tour guide that you will leave as good friends when the visit is over. Gonca even took the time to take us to a local store to buy some clothes for two of the people on our tour who did not get their luggage when they arrived in Turkey. Gonca and Osman Tourism are a big 5 star WOW.
Arzu was great
We had a great day. She is very knowledgable. The lunch adjacent to the carpet place was great. Arzu was generous with her time but of course got us to our boat on time. Thanks!
The ruins of Ephesus
A wonderful tour in the ruins of what one day was a large shopping center. A journey back in time and learning about the ancient customs of a people (the streets, the bathrooms etc) In addition the wonderful theater of èphesus which had 25 thousand people is fantastic to see. Our group was awarded a theatrical attraction.
An incredible Experience
Ephesus is one of the most beautiful and well maintained sites I have visited in more than 40 years of travel. The library facade is breathtaking and to stroll an area where our Christian disciples lived, preached and suffered for our faith is touching indeed.
Well maintained place
Appreciate the turkish authorities taking efforts in maintaining the historical treasure. The place was clean but crowded in the early hours.
Ephesus tour with Osman Tourism's Julia & "About Ephesus"
We did a tour with Julia in Ephesus and it was fantastic She called me on the phone and I did not actually realize that she was going to be our guide until we got there and met her at the port. She was there with a board with our name on it, and she took very good care of us. We LOVED Ephesus and Mary's House. She also took us to a marvelous lunch and even had a special cake for our girls' sweet 16 birthday. The lunch was spectacular and held lots of very fun unexpected things, and we learned a lot about rug making as we got a demonstration. The only thing that I would mention is that the rug demo got a bit long, and they were really trying to sell us rugs. I had no idea that we were going to see this type of demo, and I wasn't prepared to buy rugs. We asked her to take us to a leather shop, and she brought us to a nice one where we were able to find some things, but we found more after we were dropped off near the port. Leather is big there, so keep that in mind when you go. She was a very informed guide, and we absolutely loved the experience. I would highly recommend this tour - especially if you can get Julia.
Poor English Skills (Gul Demir)
Unfortunately, our tour with Gul Demir of Osman Turkzim (Ephreus tours) was the worst tour on a one-month trip. The main concern was her lack of fluency in English. She would regularly say the wrong word such as wheelchair (vs chariot), bat house (vs bath house), sheep (vs ship) and after a while it became challenging to be interested in listening to her. My recommendation is to ask to speak with the actual tour guide you are booking - at the Ephesus ruins it felt like most other tour guides spoke superior English and had an overall better presentation.Also, we took about 15 different tours on our trip and she did more on tour texting and cell phones calls than all of the other tour guides combined.Finally, be prepared to be on a tour that takes you to a rug factory which will involve you needing to say no a number of times to avoid purchasing a rug etc. (this may be a feature of most Ephesus tours)The driver did an excellent job. Our tour guide was friendly but it certainly did not make up for the other issues. This tour occurred on August 5, 2014.
We had an awesome day in Turkey!
We had a terrific day with our guide, Arzu, and my family ranks it one of the best days we had during our three week tour. We were met at the port by Arzu and our driver. We began our day with a stop at the House of the Virgin Mary. We were one of the first groups to arrive and we enjoyed the peace and tranquilly of the place without all of the people. Our next stop was Ephesus and were in awe of the whole place. I had been there 30 years before and it was like walking back in time, except for the discovery of the Terrace Houses. AMAZING!! Our lunch was delicious at the carpet making shop. My children, 9 and 12, loved holding and chasing the 3 month old ducks while my husband and I chatted with Arzu. After the demonstrations on how the silk was made into thread and the girls helped one of the weavers we headed over to another shop to watch pottery being made. Arzu suggested this for the girls, since they were getting a little antsy. The girls had fun "making pottery" on the wheel and we walked through the shop admiring the different pieces. Our last stop was the Temple of Artemis, a little of a let down after Ephesus, but we got to see storks at the sight. A first for all of us. Our day with Arzu was fantastic and we will definitely try to get back to Kusadasi.
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Basilica of St. John
The inhabitants of Ephesus moved to Ayasuluk after the 7th century AD, the Basilica of St. John substituted the church in Ephesus, one of the Seven Churches of Revelation.
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“We were on a 2-week cruise throughout the Mediterranean and thanks to reading reviews like this one, we decided to book a private tour through Ephesus Breeze. It turned out to be one of our best decisions on the trip and one that I would recommend without any reservation.”