- Visit the Ruins of Ephesus
On Arkadine Street you can trace the past, take a picture in front of the magnificent architecture of the Library of Celsus, and witness the history in the Theater.
- Visit the Virgin Mary’s House
Another historical place you can visit after your trip to Ephesus, the Virgin Mary Church is located on the Bülbül Dağı. Jesus' mother Hz. Mary It is believed that lived and died here.
- The Cave of the Seven Sleepers
During the Romans, they could not withstand the oppression of the pagans, and were reported to be the place where 7 Christian young people fled to the foothills of Mount Panayır.
33 different cities claiming that this cave is located within its borders on the Earth, but according to Christian sources, this place is within the boundaries of the ancient city of Ephesus.
- Saint John’s Basilica
One of the most famous places of Izmir and one of the most magnificent structures of the Ancient City of Ephesus, the church is located on the hill where the Seljuk Castle is located and is one of the most important remains of the Byzantine period. It is also important because it was built in the name of John.
- The Isa Bey Mosque
One of the first and most beautiful examples of Anatolian mosque architecture, Isa Bey Mosque was built by Isa Bey from Aydinogullari in Ayasuluk Hill in 1374-1375. When you enter the mosque through a magnificent crown gate. There are various tombstones belonging to the Beyliks Period in the garden. The west wall of the mosque is covered with marble and the other facades are made of cut stone.
- The Greek Temple of Artemis
One of the seven wonders of the world, the god of fertility and the virgin Artemis Temple, which is also blessed to be virgin, is one of the symbols of Izmir, as well as the Selcuk district.
- Ayasuluk Fortress
It is also known as the Seljuk Fortress. Ayasuluk Hill, the first settlement of Ephesus, is a very valuable place in archeology.
- Ephesus Museum
The archaeological materials found in the excavations of Ephesus and the best preserved works of Anatolia from antiquity to the present are exhibited.