Dental Tourism Turkey Izmir
Cesme Sea Holiday
Izmir's nightlife is lively and its nature and sea are wonderful. We host you in ilica Altınyunus thermal hotel located in Cesme Izmir . İzmir Cesme district is Turkey's 5th entertainment center hosting local and foreign artists. We welcome you at Altınyunus Hotel, where you can enjoy the white sands from spring to autumn. Add health to your health and beauty to your beauty with free thermal water and breakfast in 4 seasons. Click the link to get information about all the facilities and extra services provided by Altınyunus Cesme Hotel.
The House of the Virgin Mary
The House of the Virgin Mary is at the top list of holy places to visit in selcuk, Izmir. The House of the Virgin Mary is a small stone house on Mount Bülbül, which is considered to be where the mother of Jesus Christ spent her last years, is also thought to be the tomb of the Virgin Mary.The house of the Virgin Mary is reached by passing the upper gate of the Ancient City of Ephesus. There is also a small Byzantine church at this ruin site. This place, which is considered sacred by both Muslims and Christians, welcomes thousands of visitors every year.The House of the Virgin Mary was accepted as a place of pilgrimage in 1952 by the Vatican, which is accepted as the religious center of Christianity.You can make a wish by lighting two candles without making a donation, and you can get water from the three fountains, which are considered to be healing, right in front of it.As you move towards the church, you will see the pool where Christians baptize their babies. How about enjoying the magical atmosphere of the Virgin Mary's house, which is open to visitors between 09:00 / 17:00 7 days a week.
Ephesus The Ancient City
The Ancient City of Ephesus, which has been standing for thousands of years with a unique architecture, is one of the Seven Wonders of the World at the site where the Temple of Artemis was built and is on the World Heritage List.Based on the tradition of Kybele, the mother goddess of Anatolia, the ancient city of Ephesus has many elements of high-level urbanization, architecture, religion, commercial and political belonging to many different civilizations, including Hellenistic and Roman.Starting from prehistory, Ephesus has been an uninterrupted settlement, a political and commercial center, and has been one of the cities of culture and art dating back to 7000 years BC.It was one of the most important port cities between Asia and Europe.Ephesus, which receives an average of 1.5 million visitors a year, is one of the most important libraries of antiquity.Artemision, one of the 7 wonders of the world, with a large theater, a seating capacity of up to 25 thousand people, a stadium, commercial and state agoras, the Prytaneum containing the Temple of Hestia (the city's sacred fire), an odeon (parliament and concert hall) for approximately 1800 people, and the ancient port are also among other ruins.Do not pass without visiting Şirince, a historical Ottoman-Greek village famous for its wines and the house of the Virgin Mary.
The historical elevator in Izmir is an elevator tower that houses two elevators, built by Jewish Businessman Nesim Levi in 1907, connecting two districts, one 58 m higher than the other. The elevator tower was built with bricks brought from Marseille. At the destination of the lift, there is a wooden balcony supported by iron consoles and the cast iron balustrades decorated with various motifs. You will be able to dominate the horizons with the telescope in the historical elevator tower, which has a magnificent view of the Izmir bay.Its construction was completed in 1907. Until it was sold in 1942, its income was used to cover the expenses of the Karataş Jewish Hospital.Today, it is used as an entertainment, culture and recreation area and is an important touristic visit area together with Dario Moreno street.
Balçova Cable Car is a Gondola cable car located in İzmir's Balçova district. It was built between Yeşiloğlu Hill and the summit of Dededagi and opened for use in 1974.It has a magnificent mountain and dam view, and there are picnic and barbecue areas. It houses restaurants and cafes. You will be amazed by the smell and view of the pine trees. It provides service between 12:00 and 20:00, six days a week, except Mondays. Children under 5 years old are free of charge.
It was a Greek town in the 19th century, especially known for its export-oriented fig production. There are two historical Greek churches inside. The most important feature of Şirince is that no house blocks the view of the other house. It is a magnificent hillside village with its natural flavors, traditional Turkish breakfasts, and hostels and mansions for accommodation. While tasting all kinds of wine in Şirince, which is famous for its wines, you will also have access to many souvenirs such as figs, centaury and milk jams. Wearing daisy crowns is a Şirince tradition.dental tourism turkey izmir