"Highlights include: Ancient Agora Izmir's Ancient Agora was once a bustling Roman bazaar and today you can still see Colonnades of Corinthian columns vaulted chambers and a reconstructed arch making it one of the best preserved Agoras in the world. Kadifekale The ruins of Alexander the Great's Castle Kadifekale (meaning ""the velvet castle"" in Turkish) sits atop a hill overlooking the city below. Archaeological Musuem Visit the Archaeology Museum containing many Greek and Roman artifacts. Be sure to take a look at the head of a gigantic statue of Domitian that once stood at Ephesus. embroidery wood-block printing. You can even see how they make those little blue and white 'evil eye' beads a craft dating back hundreds of years."""
"When you arrive in the port of Izmir your private guide will be waiting to lead you to your own luxury vehicle in which you can relax as your private shore excursion to Izmir City. Your First stop is Archaeological Museum of Izmir. Its filled with exhibits that showcase artefacts that go back as far as the very first days of ancient Smyrna. With more than 1500 artifacts on display you can easily spend a day wandering around the halls of this museum. The Archaeological Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday.After that drive to Agora Smyrna the ancient Greek city that is now Izmir
"Visit Ephesus and see the highlights with a private full day tour. With an English speaking professional guide and all transportation in a private A/C minibus you will visit Ephesus from the Kusadasi port to see the Odeon temple of Hadrian Roman Baths the Fountain of Trajan the Celsius library the Theater
Visit Kaddifekale ('The Velvet Castle'), built by Alexander the Great. It has a tremendous view of the city. Also, try to get to the fire tower above the Evka I neighborhood of the Buca district; it...