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Ephesus Half Day Tour from Kuşadası

  • Duration: 4h
  • Live guide in English
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  • Starting time: 08:40
  • Roundtrip transport from Kuşadası to Ephesus
  • Guided visit of the ancient site of Ephesus, including the Celsus Library, the amphitheater, the market places, the Temple of Artemis, and more
  • English-speaking tour guide
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About: Ancient Theater in Ephesus

The Ancient Theater in Ephesus is located in Selçuk and is surrounded by archaeological sites including The Library of Celsus.

Ancient Theater in Ephesus
Acarlar, 35920, Selçuk
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