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    Once a haven for those wishing to explore the Aegean coastline of Turkey, Kusadasi has transformed over the years into a package-destination and doubling as a cruise-ship port. Bottom line? While this is the perfect place to come if you want a packaged Turkish holiday complete with British-style pubs and plenty of rip-offs in the form of ridiculous prices, if you are looking for a more authentic Turkish vacation away from the outrageous prices and jaded hospitality you might want to look elsewhere.

    Kusadasi sits on the Guvercin Ada peninsula as it juts out into the Aegean, and sits against the backdrop of the Kaz Dagi Mountain. It has a history stretching back to 3,000 BC and contains a variety of stunning architectural wonders both in and around the city itself. This was one of the most important caravan routes from the Orient to the rest of the known world during the early years until the Crusades finally forced things to a halt. The current architecture is mostly a result of the Ottoman Empire, although traces of older ruins from the Byzantine era can still be found in some places.

    Kusadasi is primarily a tourist destination for people on cruise ships. As a result, you can expect everything that a traditional tourist-trap would offer; jacked-up prices and wheedling merchants. While there are plenty of historical wonders to explore in the surrounding countryside, such as Kirazli Village some 12 km out or the Byzantine castle of Kadikalesi roughly 10 km out, everything within Kusadasi is going to be targeted towards the money-spending cruise-ship crowd. This is not a budget destination. Still, in typical Aegean and Mediterranean fashion, the sights in and around the city are breathtaking in scope, and the history of the region is rich with cultural significance. Just bring your smarts with you and you will get along just fine.
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    • Kusadasi
      Once a haven for those wishing to explore the Aegean coastline of Turkey, Kusadasi has transformed over the years into a package-destination and doubling as a cruise-ship port. Bottom line? While this is the perfect place to come if you want a packaged Turkish holiday complete with British-style pubs and plenty of rip-offs in the form of ridiculous prices, if you are looking for a more authentic Turkish vacation away from the outrageous prices and jaded hospitality you might want to look elsewhere.

      Kusadasi sits on the Guvercin Ada peninsula as it juts out into the Aegean, and sits against the backdrop of the Kaz Dagi Mountain. It has a history stretching back to 3,000 BC and contains a variety of stunning architectural wonders both in and around the city itself. This was one of the most important caravan routes from the Orient to the rest of the known world during the early years until the Crusades finally forced things to a halt. The current architecture is mostly a result of the Ottoman Empire, although traces of older ruins from the Byzantine era can still be found in some places.

      Kusadasi is primarily a tourist destination for people on cruise ships. As a result, you can expect everything that a traditional tourist-trap would offer; jacked-up prices and wheedling merchants. While there are plenty of historical wonders to explore in the surrounding countryside, such as Kirazli Village some 12 km out or the Byzantine castle of Kadikalesi roughly 10 km out, everything within Kusadasi is going to be targeted towards the money-spending cruise-ship crowd. This is not a budget destination. Still, in typical Aegean and Mediterranean fashion, the sights in and around the city are breathtaking in scope, and the history of the region is rich with cultural significance. Just bring your smarts with you and you will get along just fine.
      Kusadasi, Kuşadası/Aydın Province, Turkey
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      Ephesus Archaeological Museum Atatürk Mh., Ephesus Archaeological Museum, Uğur Mumcu Sevgi Yolu, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir, Turkey
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      Ephesus is one of the most popular tourist destination in Turkey, and it is immediately evident why, from first glance to last minute spent here. One of the 12 cities who were part of the Ionian League during the Classical Greek era, it also spent time as the second largest city in the Roman empire behind only Rome herself, and during the 1st century BC it was the second largest city in the world. It is one of the seven churches of Asia listed in the book of Revelations in the Bible, and was the home of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. While these days it is technically part of Turkey, everything within the city speaks of ancient Greek and Roman hands, and we are once again reminded of two of the most important civilizations in the history of man.

      From the Celsius Library to the massive Roman amphitheater (with seats for close to 44,000 people), to the temple of Hadrian or the Gate of Augustus, everything to see and do in Ephesus revolves around ancient structures. It is also only seen via the power of your own two feet, so be prepared to do some hiking when you come. There are literally dozens of architectural and archaeological wonders to behold in the city, including things like the Basilica of St. John, the Temple of Domitian, and the Fountain of Pollio. While it is possible to see everything in the city within a day, just like you can skim the ruins of Pompeii in a day, the only way to truly experience everything that Ephesus has to offer is by literally immersing yourself in the culture and the environment for several days at the least.

      Just keep in mind to bring your own water when heading out to the ruins. Like in downtown Rome, bottled water is beyond expensive; it is literal highway robbery, so bring your own.
      Selçuk, İzmir, Turkey

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 9.4 166.7 48.9 65.6
    Feb 10.5 119.5 50.9 47
    Mar 11.7 85.5 53.1 33.7
    Apr 15.8 42.4 60.4 16.7
    May 20 27.8 68 10.9
    Jun 23.9 7.9 75 3.1
    Jul 26.4 2 79.5 0.8
    Aug 26.3 1.2 79.3 0.5
    Sep 22.6 18.9 72.7 7.4
    Oct 18.6 66.8 65.5 26.3
    Nov 14.9 88.7 58.8 34.9
    Dec 8.6 175.3 47.5 69

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