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We warmly welcome all Cruise Ship Passengers to the Port of Dikili,Turkey.
We hope you enjoy your visit to Dikili, Turkey. 

It'd be nice to say that the northern Aegean seaside town of Dikili is "undiscovered," but that is no longer the case.Both Turkish and foreign vacationers come to Dikili for its relative calm and quiet, broken now and then by the horn of a cruise ship disembarking a crowd on its way to nearby Bergama (Pergamum).
Still, it's a pleasant place to spend a few days if you'd like some time by the sea in a place that's, well, sort of undiscovered.The village of Candarli, 10 km (6.2 miles) due south of Dikili, has its own small medieval fortress, and is even less discovered

Turkey offers an abundance of excursions and activities to delight cruisers of all ages.

Ephesus Shore Excursions offers a variety of options for you to choose from.
Our rates are direct rates from the operators which allow you to save money while providing you with a greater selection of shore excursions to choose from.   

Ephesus Shore Excursions recommends excursions for your visit to Turkey based on the arrival times, departure time of your cruise ship as well as the length of your visit out our Land.  We also take into account the number of cruise ships arriving on the same day your ship comes to port. We then can provide you with options on how to avoid the busy excursions when this is appropriate.

Please have a look at our Dikili Shore Excursions and Itineraries.  If you don't find what you are looking for, please let us know and we’ll make together your program.

(Code:Psx-01)          Shore Excursions Dikili                    

Meet at Dikili harbor and contiune visit to Pergamum Acropolis to see the steepest theater of the ancient world, the Temple of Trajan, then visit the Asklepion, the ancient hospital.

Pergamum Acropolis - The finest altar (shrine) ever built is accepted as the Zeus Altar in Pergamum in 180 BC. Most parts of the Zeus Altar is now in the Berlin Pergamum Museum. The altar was in the Acropolis which is some 300 meters above the modern city of Bergama. The ancient theater in the Acropolis is the steepest Hellenistic Theater in the world. The theater has 80 rows with over 10.000 spectator capacity. The theater lies on the hill in the Acropolis overlooking the modern city of Bergama and Gediz Valley.

Asklepion - Asclepieum, a sanctuary and a healing center built for Asclepieum, the God of healing, was the first hospital in the world and was built in the 4th century BC. This large complex became an official center in the 3rd century BC and in the 2nd century Hadrian further developed the complex. Close to the complex in Pergamum, Serapeum (Temple of Serapis-Turkish name Kizil Avlu), was built in the 2nd century AD during the king of Hadrian and was dedicated to the Gods of Egypt. Because of the red bricks used in the construction, the building is also called the Red Court.

Duration : 6 hours

    Price  (Private tour basis)    
 2      person (p.p) € 119 Euro
 3-4   person (p.p) € 85 Euro
 5-6   person (p.p) € 65 Euro
 7-+  person (p.p) € 59 Euro
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(Code:Psx-02)          Dikili Tailor Made Shore  Excursions (Duration : - hours)
    Please inform us about your own tour details.
We are happy create a tour program upon your requests.
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