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what to do in Kusadası

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what to do in Kusadası

Editor: Rasim Terzi (Mon, Jun 20, 2022 4:43 PM)

Kuşadası is the most visited port by cruise ships in Turkiye

what to do in Kusadası

After seeing many Greek islands, cruise ships come to Kusadasi. Although Kusadası means bird and island, this is not an island. Tourists, especially those who come by cruise ship, are confused about this issue. During my 20 years of guiding life, some of my guests thought they were on another Greek island. Until you show them the map of Turkey. :)

where is Kusadasi?

Kusadasi is a district of Aydın Province, located in the west of Turkey and famous for its Olive Oil and Figs.While 20 years ago, when I started the guidance profession, its population was around 50,000, it is now over 250,000.

what to do in Kusadası 


The world-famous Ephesus ancient city is located in the Selcuk district of Izmir, 20 minutes away from Kusadasi. One of the biggest reasons why tourists come to Kusadasi is the ancient city of Ephesus.You can find out what you can see in the ancient city of Ephesus by clicking Ephesus Must See.

The most important place you should visit together with Ephesus is the house of the Virgin Mary.People from all over the world come to visit this holy place, which is located on the top of the mountain next to the city of Ephesus. Another important place next to the ancient city of Ephesus is the holy place where the tomb of the Apostle St. John, who accompanied the Virgin Mary, is located.

There are many more places to visit near Ephesus. But of course, it will be enough for them to see the places we mentioned above, which have time problems. Other places we would recommend for those who do not have time problems are the ruins of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the world.

I don't want to make the article even longer by adding other places. You can read the details about the ancient city of Ephesus and its surroundings in the link above.






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