Is it safe to travel to Ephesus Turkey?

Is it safe to travel to Ephesus Turkey?

Selcuk and the area around Ephesus are safe. In the daytime, you would encounter no problem. Yet, most tourists visit the Ephesus site in the daylight and leave. At night, some areas of the town feel deserted, and you would not be able to visit the attractions.

How do you get around Ephesus?

Ephesus is located 450 miles south of Istanbul and it is 9 hours bus drive. Our recommendation would be to take a flight from Istanbul to Izmir and drive from Izmir Airport to Ephesus. Ephesus is 45 minutes drive from the airport of Izmir. The other way of transportation is to take a bus from Istanbul.

Do you need a tour guide for Ephesus?

Ephesus Tour Guide Recommendation If you are in Ephesus, you will need a guide to understand the historical aspects of this beautiful area that is so full of incredible ruins including one that is a Seventh Wonder of the Ancient World.

How much would it cost to go to Ephesus?

The entrance fee to the ancient city of Ephesus is 120 Turkish Liras as of 2022. Admission ticket is free for children under 8 years old. Museum Pass Turkey is valid for entrance to Ephesus Ruins.

What time does Ephesus open?

When is Ephesus Ancient City open? Ancient City of Ephesus is open from April to October 08.00-19.00. Between November and March 08.00-17.00 hours open.

What is there to do in Selcuk at night?

Top Attractions in Selcuk

  • Ancient City of Ephesus. 9,834. Historic Sites • Ancient Ruins.
  • Ephesus Museum. 1,024. Speciality Museums.
  • Bibliothèque de Celsus. 1,732.
  • Meryemana (The Virgin Mary’s House) 2,817.
  • Efes Antik Kenti Tiyatrosu. 1,183.
  • Aqua Fantasy Aquapark. 1,045.
  • Ephesus Terrace Houses. 1,032.
  • The Basilica of Saint John. 789.

Where are the ruins of Ephesus?

western Turkey
Ephesus, Greek Ephesos, the most important Greek city in Ionian Asia Minor, the ruins of which lie near the modern village of Selƈuk in western Turkey. Ruins of the Memmius Monument (built 1st century ce) at Ephesus, near modern-day Selçuk, Turkey.

Does Ephesus still exist today?

Where Is Ephesus? Ephesus is located near the western shores of modern-day Turkey, where the Aegean Sea meets the former estuary of the River Kaystros, about 80 kilometers south of Izmir, Turkey.

Where do you fly into for Ephesus?

Izmir has the nearest airport to Ephesus and in 1 hour planes can arrive there from Istanbul. Izmir airport doesn’t have much of a public transport option but some airlines provide free shuttle between Izmir airport and Selcuk.