You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and drive to Ephesus. Ephesus is an ancient Roman city and one of Turkey’s top sights along with Istanbul and Cappadocia. It contains such grand public buildings as the impressive Library of Celsus, the Theatre, the Temple of Hadrian and Temple of Artemis which considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The ruins also include public toilets and even a brothel dating mostly from the fourth century BC. You can stroll for hours along its streets passing temples, theatres, libraries, houses and statues. Sirince is a cute little village with a history, beautiful views, wonderful wine and hospitality. It is 12 kms away from Ephesus. It’s the perfect synthesis of a traditional Turkish village and traditional Greek village. The town, whose name actually means “cute” in Turkish, used to be called “Çirkince”, meaning “ugly.” This was used to keep away others. As people understand how spectacular the village’s location and architecture really was, they changed the name to Sirince. The village is also known for wine tasting and production, it’s mountainside location is perfect for seeing natural Turkey and all through the village are shops where you can put your wine tasting skills to the test.
Guests must be able to walk approximately 2 km over. Comfortable shoes, a hat and plenty of sunscreen are recommended as shade is limited. The order of the tour itinerary may vary in order to avoid congestion. Guests should watch their step at all times in order to avoid injuries.