For our Christian visitors, the Biblical Ephesus Tour is the right program. As the ancient city of Ephesus has a significant role in the Bible, we deliberately select guides that have strong knowledge of the Bible and Christian heritage for our Biblical tour of Ephesus.
On his return from the missionary trip, the apostle Paul first visited Ephesus, where he entered the synagogue and debated with the Jews (Acts 18:19-21).
Paul returned to Ephesus on his second pilgrimage and instructed the twelve apostles who only understood John’s baptism (Acts 19:1-7) and went into the synagogue and talked boldly for three months, arguing and persuading about the stuff of the kingdom of Heaven (Acts 19:8)
According to legend, upon the invitation of other disciples, John wrote his Gospel in Ephesus and died in the church named after him on Ayasuluk Hill.
- The Temple of Artemis
- Ephesus Ancient City
- The House of Virgin Mary
- Terrace Houses(optional)
- Basilica of St. John(optional)