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Why Private Tour with Us ?

We are a licensed and bonded tour operator. You can easily verify this through the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TURSAB). We are tour operator # :A-4519 and our tax id is: 6550060371.
  • We love what we do and it shows! We would be grateful for the opportunity to tour with you in Ephesus and show you our beautiful city. We are a team of passionate guides that enjoy people and sharing our love of Ephesus and Aegean.
  • We offer the best value for money tours – great excursions at affordable rates with personal pick-up and drop-off from the airport, cruise port, or your hotel.
  • Our guides are professional, knowledgeable and fun to spend the day with!
  • The kind of excellent customer service we offer before, during, and after your tour with us is unique in Turkey.

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Legend Ephesus is one of the member of Turkish Travel Agencies ( TURSAB ) with licence Nr. A-4519 According to Turkish laws, only travel agencies are allowed to organize tours.

Tips Before Travel

  • Entry Requirements

    You will need a valid passport and also a visa is required to enter the country for all United States visitors. If you are flying into Turkey to board your cruise, visas are available right in the airport as a normal function of immigration. There is no need to acquire one in advance. If you are arriving by ship, the cruise line should offer to obtain one for you or help you obtain one.

  • Language and Currency

    The official language of Turkey is Turkish, but English is widely spoken (especially in the tourist and shopping areas). The currency is the Turkish lira. I would strongly suggest converting dollars to lira and investing the time to become familiar with the lira currency. The exchange rate is outrageous and it is quite possible to be short changed both in the conversion of funds in stores and in the making of change. Taxi drivers are notorious for shortchanging/over charging tourist using dollars for payment. This is one country that will require some thought and a calculator to convert currency.

  • What is Kusadasi Like?

    Kusadasi is a smaller resort city residing on a beautiful bay that is one of the most beautiful. With a population of over 50,000 full time residents, Kusadasi offers excellent shopping, wonderful beaches and access to some of the most fabulous ruins in the world. There is much to see and do here.

  • What is the Weather Like?

    Summers in Kusadasi can be downright hot so be sure to bring something cool to wear when tromping through the ruins. Winters are simply wonderful and resemble California’s San Diego climate.

  • Where Does the Ship Dock?

    The port of Kusadasi is right in the downtown area. It is an easy walk into the shopping area, as well as over to Goveroin Ada (or Pidgeon Island) and the beaches beyond.

  • Where is the Shopping?

    The main shopping streets of downtown Kusadasi offer excellent shopping, as do the side streets, boutiques and mini malls. There are some nice boutiques along the coastline as well. Head past the Kusadasi bazaar and continue walking until you come to a broad shopping street. From here shopping streets extend in all directions. The narrow pedestrian streets offer some of the best shopping, but be prepared to negotiate. If you would like buy any handicraft items you can go to mini cooperatives or local work shops near the Ephesus.

  • What is There to Buy?

    Carpet salesmen are everywhere. Unless you want to purchase a carpet, stay on your toes. Beyond carpets, Kusadasi has a great selection of clothing, leather goods, ceramics, electronics, watches, jewelry, gold, Turkish crafts and collectibles (evil eyes are everywhere) and much more.