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€75,00 / Per Person

Visit Sardis, one of the Seven Churches and also part of the Jewish Heritag...

Both in Turkey and Greece, winters may be cold and summers hot. On the other hand, you will most probably be visiting archaeological sites with more or less walking difficulties. Hence an adapted outfit is recommended :

  • In winter : strong walking shoes, warm coat, umbrella, protection against cold wind (hat, gloves)
  • In summer : strong walking shoes, cotton clothing, sun hat, sun glasses, sun cream
  • When visiting churches and mosques, appropriate dressing

Do not forget !

  • Your daily medication if and when needed while on tour.
  • Your tour voucher, the only proof that you have subscribed and paid for this tour.
  • Cash money to pay the not included entrance fees, drinks and lunch, shopping, tips…
  • Your cameras… Remember that at some sites and museums taking pictures may be forbidden or allowed midst payment of a fee. Inquire about using a flash;
  • Your swimming wear if you jo-in a tour with swimming opportunity.
  • Possibly spare shoes, T-shirts, jumpers, socks

Visiting archaeological site may require good physical conditions and access to people with reduced mobility is not always possible. During visits and stops, the buses will be locked and under the supervision of the driver. Hence, if you wish, you can leave some personal belongings in the bus yet at your own responsibility. If not done at subscription, inform your tour guide as soon as you get on the coach about your specific food requirements so that the restaurant booked for lunch can be informed accordingly in due time.

BE17 - Sardis

Upon meeting at the port or your hotel (in Kusadasi, Selcuk or Izmir), we depart for Sardis.  Among the highlights of the program : a temple dedicated to the Anatolian mother goddess Cybele, the remains of the Temple of Artemis, aka Diana. a 4th-Century Basilica, the golden river of Pactalos, the ruins of Byzantine shops and the Royal Road. Further we will visit the Gymnasium of Sardis, the reconstructed Synagogue, thought to be one of the most impressive synagogues in the western diaspora yet discovered from antiquity.


- A/C vehicle
- English professional guide services
- Parking lots


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