Hotel Pinar

Address: Ataturk Mah. Sehabettin Dede Cad. No:12 Selcuk Merkez, Selcuk, Izmir, 35920, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ataturk Mah. Sehabettin Dede Cad. No:12 Selcuk Merkez, Selcuk, is near Virgin Mary's House.
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Travel Blogs from Selcuk

Selcuk

A travel blog entry by dzasta on Apr 30, 2015

3 comments, 25 photos

I have been winning all day.
It started this morning when I thought I had to catch a dolmus to the otogar then bus to Izmir. The guy at the guesthouse took me to the balcony and pointed to a car and said "dolmus station just there, they will take you to Izmir"' Even the dolmus has a trolley dolly and this time was a young boy and not nearly as yukky as fat ******* yesterday. I ran into a kiwi couple I met yesterday and they are heading the same way as me but on ...

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. ...

An Anniversary in Ruins

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 09, 2014

30 photos

... AD, are about as historic as you can get.

After about two and a half hours and at least 50 cats (seriously, the cats were everywhere--cats seem to love Turkish ruins, though we spied park rangers pouring massive quantities of kibbles out for them, which I'm sure helps), we walked back to Selcuk. We returned to the Artemis Hotel to pick up our bags, then walked back to the bus station to catch a bus to our next destination. Of course, ...

On to Troy and Pergamum

A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 03, 2014

28 photos

... to see what we were looking at and which level. They just kept building up on top of the old cities and reusing stone from the previous ones.
One area had an exposed wall of earth which showed all the layers of the 9 different civilizations.

The history of the region goes back 5000 years. Research shows that it was inhabited for almost 4,000 years starting around 3000 B.C. After one city was destroyed, a new city would be built on top of it, creating ...

Selcuk and lots of rock piles

A travel blog entry by simplifie1 on Nov 16, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... sight for Christians as witnessed by the busloads of tourists everyday. Thursday, Nov 14 we toured Ephesus, a Roman city built approximately 1500 B.C that gained prominence during the Roman times, with a population about 250,000. Again, much of what was used in this area was carted off to build other areas, or buried overtime. Ephesus is only about 20% uncovered to this date. Still, the size and magnitude of what remains is remarkable. Our ...