Private Ephesus Day Tours: Top 10 Things to See in Turkey

Sunday, 13 March 2016

Turkey has many amazing destinations to offer to the visitors. The Istanbul skyline punctuated with minaret or the ruins of Ephesus, there is so much in Turkey to see that you will be overwhelmed. Turkey has been referred to as one of the most important tourist destinations of the world. Here are top 10 things to see.
Theatre of Aspendos

If one is looking for the finest preserved theatre of the world, then they must visit Aspendos. It was constructed during the reign of Marcus Aurelius in 155AD.  It is a large theatre with seating capacity of more than 20,000 people. One can visit this place if they have opted for Private Ephesus Day Tours by About Ephesus.
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Beach of Patara

With the private Ephesus day tours by About Ephesus, one may not be able to visit this beach as it may take longer time. However, if one is coming to visit Turkey, they must definitely see this place. The beach is really amazing.
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It is one of the most incredible landscapes one can ever get to see. Clad in the white cotton, one might get confused that they are looking at the ice covered landscape. However, it is the hot springs and minerals that give it this colour.
Castle of Bodrum

Castle of Bodrum is another place one should not miss while in Turkey. It is one of the finest preserved monuments from the medieval time. The castle has now been converted into a museum.
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Mount Nemrut

Nemrut Mountain is another place that must be visited by the Turkey visitors. It is about 2100 meter above the seal level. There are some incredible statues carved from the stones. The view from the mountain is really awesome.
 A view of Ölüdeniz

It is in fact a small village which is located on the Aegean Sea. It is said that the secluded bay of this place is one of the most photographed beaches of the world. The turquoise colour looks marvellous on this beach.
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The Blue Mosque

The blue mosque is one of the most sought after tourist attractions. It has six minarets and the construction is quite imposing. The blue tiles covering the walls give it the blue colour for which it is famous.

Celsus Library

During the tour of Ephesus, one should visit the Celsus Library. This library was built around 125 AD. This library was the house to more than 10,000 important scrolls and documents.
Fairy Chimneys of Goreme 

If one wants to see the bizarre and yet natural rock formations then they must visit Cappadocia. And when one is Cappadocia, they must visit Goreme. There are some distinct rock formations at this place which have been given the name of fairy chimneys. They are the result of water and wind erosion of thousands of years.
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Hagia Sophia

This was in fact a basilica which was designed for Justinian I. Justinian was the emperor of the Eastern Rome in the sixth century. It is a perfect example of the roman architecture and engineering.


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