Once capital of the ancient Lydia. The most important architectural works that were discovered here were The Synagogue

Availability : Available Everyday

Meals : Buffet Lunch

Itinerary : 

  • Pick up from hotel 
  • Izmir, also once called Smyrna, is Turkey’s third most populous city and the country’s largest port after Istanbul
  • Driving along Kordon to see the symbol of the city; Ottoman Clock Tower, which is in Konak Square – the heart of the city. The clock itself was a gift of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany
  • Drive to the city’s famous Old Public Elevator, is another symbol of Izmir. Restored old houses fill the old Asansor quarter, also known as the Jewish quarter.
  • You will drive to the Agora
  • You will see only two-storey agora known to scholars: The first floor was reserved for wholesale trade, with workshops, cooling cisterns and warehouses for goods, while the second floor was designed for political meetings and retail trade
  • After visiting Agora time to visit the famous shopping centre, Kemeraltı of Izmir. Kemeraltı is a historic market (bazaar) district.
  • Return to the hotel
  • Tour Organized on Private basis only


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