Ephesus and Sirince Village Tour

Biblical Ephesus Tour is specially designed for travelers who are interested in Biblical history.
*Per person $ 22
  • Museum
  • 4-6 Hours
  • Tour guide


Ephesus & Sirince Village tour is a perfect option for travelers who would like to combine the Ephesus tour with a pretty village known as Sirince. Sirince literally means pretty in the Turkish language- is famous for its 18th-century Ottoman houses, most of them are perfectly preserved and serve as boutique hotels, restaurants, and coffee houses. It is also known for its fruit wines, olive oil, and handmade souvenirs being sold by villagers. Located in the fertile valley far from the hustle and bustle, Sirince would be the perfect spot to enjoy the natural beauties in the lush greenery of all kinds of Mediterranean plants and orchards.

What's included

Ticket fee for the Ephesus Ancient Site is 150 Turkish Lira. Your private tour guide will have tickets pre-purchased to provide skip-to-line admission. You can pay this fee at the end of your tour in any currency.

  • No Pre-payment is Needed. Pay on Arrival.
  • Pickup and Drop-off from Hotel and Cruise Port
  • All Parking Fees and Taxes. No Hidden Cost!
  • Professional Licensed Tour Guide
  • Brand New A/C Luxury Mercedes Vito with Private Driver
  • Guaranteed skip-the-line!


You can choose your start time according to your cruise arrival or hotel location. Meeting with your guide. (If you are a cruise passenger, your guide will meet you at the passenger exit gate of the port with your name written on a board.) Proceed to Ephesus and visit Harbour Street, Theatre, Celcius Library, The Gate of Mazeus and Mithridates, Commercial Agora, Latrines, Temple of Hadrian, Fountain of Trajan, Scholastica Bathhouses, Curetes Street, Polio Fountain, Memnius Monument, Temple of Domitian, Prytaneion, Odeon, and State Agora. Panoramic city tour in Selcuk town and drive to Sirince Village bypassing pomegranate, tangerine, and olive gardens. In Sirince, visit 19th-century St. Dimitrios Church and see historical Ottoman Houses, take a leisurely walk around the cobbled stoned streets. Optionally, a cultural demonstration of Turkish handicrafts and shopping is available.