The Private Accessible 3 hour Kusadasi Guided Tour to Ephesus takes you to the ancient Greek city of Ephesus to visit the city ruins. This tour is perfect for the disabled traveler who loves biblical history and visiting cities with great historical significance.
Thisaccessible Kusadasi guided tour begins when you disembark your cruise ship to meet the driver and professional guide at the Kusadasi cruise port or accessible hotel. Take a short, scenic drive into the ancient city of Ephesus in your own, private, wheelchair accessible van. Once in Ephesus, you will begin your tour of one of the largest Mediterranean cities in the first century BC. It is important to mention that Ephesus can contain quite a bit of uneven ground and difficult terrain. However, your professional tour guide has specifically designed this route to avoid as many barriers as possible and is able to assist by pushing a manual wheelchair to allow the disabled traveler to fully enjoy these ruins!
This guided tour of accessible Kusadasi will take you through the entire city ruins. Your guide will take you down Curetes Street viewing sites such as Trajan Fountain, Hercules Gate, Prytaneiumand the Temple of Hadrian. As your knowledgeable tour guide relays all the history and legends contained within this city, you will turn down Marble and Harbour Streets to find the Great Theatre and the Celsus Library.
Your private, professional guide on this accessible guided tour from Kusadasi provides you with all the biblically significant events surrounding this ancient city. Ephesus was mentioned in the Book of Revelation, Paul’s letter was written to the Ephesians and it is believed that the Gospel of John was actually written inside the city. Ephesus also holds one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis.
Your Kusadasi accessible guided tour will conclude as you board your private, wheelchair accessible van for the comfortable ride back to the cruise dock or hotel while soaking in the fun filled adventure you just experienced!
- Hadrian Temple
- Hercules Gate
- Trajan Fountain
- Curete’s Street
- Harbour Street
- Marble Street
- Great Theatre
- Celsus Library