This is a private tour and includes a driver and a separate English-speaking guide who will accompany you into all attractions to provide commentary.
|Departure / Return Location
|Places to Visit
||Ancient Agora, Izmir Archaeological Museum, Clock Tower, Kemeralti Bazaar
||Approximately 5 hours
|Transportation by A/C vehicle
||English speaking professional guiding services
|Parking fees for the vehicle
|Gratiuties to tour guides and drivers
If it is demand, other languages are available for private group or individual requirement. (It is charged extra $ 50 for the other languages guided.)
0-6 ages are free , 6-11 ages are 50% discount.
Advantages of Private Shore Excursions
There are a number of advantages for booking a private shore excursion over a group/bus tour. Firstly, you can create and book one of our tailor-made tour or you can select from our list of high quality excursions options list on this website.
Some Great Reasons for Booking one of our Shore Excursions;
You will have undivided attention of your private Tour Guide – questions answered instantly!
No waiting in lines for tickets – your private guide will arrange everything for you.
Decide when YOU want to start and conclude your tour.
More Time to spend interacting with local people and immersing your in the culture
No large groups of 30 – 40 people who have different interest – it’s your own private tour.
|Price Per Person US $
|Price Per Person US $
When you arrive in the port of Izmir, your private guide will be waiting to lead you to your own luxury vehicle, in which you can relax as your private shore excursion to Izmir City.
Your First stop is Archaeological Museum of Izmir. Its filled with exhibits that showcase artefacts that go back as far as the very first days of ancient Smyrna. With more than 1,500 artifacts on display, you can easily spend a day wandering around the halls of this museum.
The Archaeological Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday. After that drive to Agora, Smyrna, the ancient Greek city that is now Izmir, is steeped in history as far back as 3000 B.C. While the Agora is certainly not that old, its still very interesting to see.
The Agora was a marketplace that served Smyrna and was built during the reign of Alexander the Great, or around the 4th century B.C.Destroyed by an earthquake,the Agora was rebuilt in 178 A.D. by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius.
You will continue to Kemeralti Bazaar. The Kemeralti Market, located in Konak district of Izmir, is not only a historical area more than 300 years old, but also one of the best places to shop in Izmir.
Sights in the market include the marble fountain the Mayors Building, an important monument from the Turkish War of Liberation. The quest free time at leisure you will have approx. 2 hours free time. After all the visits, you will turn back to port of Izmir.