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Private Priene & Didyma & Miletos Tour

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Journey back in time and visit three of the main archaeological sites in Turkey- Priene, Didyma and Miletos. Priene was established in 350BC, when it became Alexander the Great’s favourite place of residence. Athena’s Temple, the Parliament Building, the Fish Market, the Theatre and the city walls, are some of the attractions of the site. Didyma was the main centre for the cult of Apollo, the Greek god of divination, where priests used sacrifices and other methods to interpret the god’s will. The Temple’s dimensions alone (118x60m, slightly more than a football field) would have filled ancient pilgrims with awe, just as they still impress today’s visitors. Miletos is known as the Hometown of the Olympic Games; the symbol of the Games, a tripod with a flame, originates from Miletos harbour lighthouse. The town was one of the largest of ancient cities and the birthplace of the alphabet and famous philosophers including the great town planner Hippodomus, father of the grid city plan. The tour will take you to the Theatre, where St Paul gave his emotional address to Ephesus’ elders, the Faustina Baths, the Harbour Monument and the Ilyas Bey Mosque. The tour includes transfers, air-conditioned transportation, lunch and all entrance fees, service charges and taxes. Personal expenses and drinks during lunch are not included. The itinerary involves a good deal of walking, so comfortable footwear is recommended. Please note that museums are closed on Mondays. In the event of museum closures, an alternative will be offered. Redeem informationVoucher type: E-VoucherE-voucher. Show the voucher on your mobile device to enjoy the activity.LocationStart point: Pick-up available from the hotel or cruise port. Please call at least 48 hours in advance to confirm pick up details.End point: Same as the starting pointScheduleOpening dates08:00 - 17:00Guide optionsGuide type: Guide
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