FE007I   FULL DAY : LAODICIA & APHRODISIAS (Seat on Coach) - IZMIR

In English - Upon request approx. 08:00 - 20:00

Depart from your hotel in Izmir in the morning and drive to Laodicea which was the chief city of the Lycus River Valley region. The full name of the city was Laodicea ad Lyceum (Laodicea on the Lycus). The city was originally known as Diospolis ("the City of Zeus"). The Greek deity considered to be the greatest of the Olympian gods. Homer, the Greek poet, often called Zeus "the father of gods and men," the ruler and protector of all. After the visit of Laodicea we will depart to Aphrodisias the ancient city dedicated to Aphrodite, the goddess of Beauty, Love and Fertility, also famous for its school of sculpture: visit the stadium, which is the best preserved in Anatolia, the Temple of Aphrodite, the Tetrapylon, the Theatre, the Museum. You will turn back to your hotel after the all visits.

Notes

Price per person joining a cosmopolite English speaking group with already a reduction for bigger families or parties.

The Participants must be able to walk long distances over uneven and cobblestone surface under the sun. Therefore bringing Comfortable footwear and clothes, hat, sun cream and sun glasses are recommended.

Winters in some regions of Turkey can be quite cold.  Hence appropriate clothes are recommended.


  • - Transfers from/to your hotel
    - English guidance
    - Entrance fees
    - Lunch without drinks

  • - Drinks and other personal expenses
    - Tips
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Per Person
Starting From

1-3 Pax120 € (780 TL)
4-6 Pax120 € (780 TL)
8-10 Pax120 € (780 TL)

The prices in Turkish Liras have been calculated according to the exchange rate of Central Bank. The rates can change depending on the rate of the payment day.
Please contact us for the group prices.

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