Hitit Hotel

Address: Sarapci Kuyu Mevkii PK 66, Selcuk, Izmir, 35920, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sarapci Kuyu Mevkii PK 66, Selcuk, is near Alsancak, Konak Pier, The Agora, and Kizlaragasi Han Bazaar.
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    Travel Blogs from Selcuk

    The ruins of Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 17, 2015

    62 photos

    ... network in Turkey but most travelers take buses for speed and convenience. The train from Istanbul to Ankara is the busiest and fastest route, but many others are not on tourist trails. This one is and it was quite a nice train - modern and relatively fast and half the price of a bus. It's a diesel train though, unlike all the other trains we've taken in Europe, which are electric. We still can't believe the great value of transportation here. ...

    Turkish Delights

    A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jun 07, 2013

    1 comment

    ... traveller I am today! I met some great people, but realised my Turkish was lacking so I attended a Turkish language school. I learn it well, enough so I can understand conversations, laugh along with jokes, and write to people. My speaking confidence still needs to be mastered, but i don't mind using it to surprise people when I am bargaining or trying to get a discount! The second time I worked in turkey was for another Irish company called Wings Abroad. This ...

    A Turkish Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by departureatl on Jun 14, 2012

    6 photos

    ... ancient city. What is believed to be the first church dedicated to the virgin Mary was at Ephesus. Apparently, around 400 AD some pannel of men proclaimed the Mary to be legitimately a virgin. Definitely interesting... I didn't know much about the area before our visit but there was a lot of information. The city use to be at the mouth of the river but when silt built up and the river's path changed, the city lost its relevence and went into decline. ...

    The ruins of Ephesus City @ Izmir

    A travel blog entry by travel.geek on Aug 29, 2011

    12 photos

    ... Legend has it that the Virgin Mary lived her last days on earth in a small stone cottage on Mount Koressos to the south of Ephesus. It was called Meryemana (Mother Mary) and was located in a part on the mountain top.

    Today the Virgin Mary’s House is a goal for pilgrims who come from far away to visit the house rebuild as a chapel, to sip the waters of an adjoining spring said to have curative powers, and to enjoy the ...

    Day 14: The Beginning of the End of Turkey

    A travel blog entry by alanstrange5 on Sep 30, 2010

    ... seeing all the sights (I do like to do a little sightseeing though) but I much prefer just meeting the locals and eating in small restaurants and really getting a feel for the country. I think that so far I have learnt a lot here, especially by travelling with Céin who has done quite a lot of travelling he has helped me to get into the swing of things well.

    At about 2:30 we bumped into Mr. Weirdo again but didn’t stop for long as Céin had to go to the internet cafe ...