The ancient city of Ephesus & Aquapark
Welcome to the home of Greek goddess “Artemis”,”Artemis of Ephesus”…Learn more about the history of all by the time you walk around the ruins of the ancient city. After all, time to enjoy the slides of the biggest waterpark in europe,”Adaland”.
After your cruise docked to Kusadasi port, on your meeting time, your guide will be waiting you in the arrival guest terminal with a sign that your booking name indicated. After he/she welcomes you and after getting on your luxury private van, your unforgetable day in Turkey stop starts.
In this tour you are going to explore the Ancient City of Ephesus which is the best preserved ancient city in Turkey so far discovered.
Ephesus was inhabited from the end of the Bronze Age, but the location of the city was changed owing to the silting up process of the river Cayster and because of various rulers. The ancient city that we visit today is the 3rd location of Ephesus from the 3rd C BC.
As you enter the site with your guide you are going to see lots of impressive monumental structures in this Greko-Roman city such as starting from the Gate of Magnesia ; State Agora, Roman Baths, Basilica, Odeon(Buleterion), Temple of Domitian, Memmius Monument , monumental fountains including the Pollio Fountain, Gate of Heracles, three main collonaded streets of Ephesus including the Street of Curetes, Temple of Hadrian, Latrines(ancient public toilets), Gymnasium and more…
After exploring the ancient city of Ephesus and having a bit taste of the huge history of the area, it is going to be a time for you to be have fun in the waterpark called as” Adaland” which is one of the best 10 aquaparks of the World and the largest in Europe!
Adaland is the coolest hotspot of Kusadasi, featuring drenching water adventure rides for a full splash fun day. It contains a seapark and a dolphin park inside…
After having more fun that you expected, you are going to be dropped of back in the cruise port again and ending our services as saying goodbye to our guests with unforgetable memories and with the wishes to welcome them back again…