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The bustle of city life was evident in the galleries and shops which once lined this main street leading from the harbor to the Ephesus Theatre.
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Reviewed 18 October 2017

This is a part of the Ephesus City which links almost all the tourist sites. Interesting walk-way but people with children and wheel chairs can face little difficulties.

Thank waqarsarwar
Reviewed 1 October 2017

This street (which went from the theater to the sea) has held up well over a few thousand years. You can only walk about 1/3 of it.

Thank lucycan
Reviewed 10 September 2017

part of ephesus city by walking on this road you can visit all ephesus city . if you have a child maybe its difficult for you in hot and sunny day have a bottle of water with you

2  Thank v v
Reviewed 13 August 2017

The walkway from the dock where boats were docked. also called Harbor Street. This is where Cleopatra and Marc Antony ebtered the city when they visited in 41 BC.

1  Thank JohnandJaneS
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

What features this road is the marble all over. Long road to the library and then to the theatre. Always crowded even in a sunny days. So don't forget your hat.

Thank Abu_Firas_11
Reviewed 15 February 2017

This is one of my favourite parts of Ephesus. Tourists usually rush past it either on the way in or the way out of the site. It is worth spending some time here imagining what happened on this road and seeing it from different perspectives....More

Thank MAJ_Dave44
Reviewed 17 November 2016

They had the streets inlaid with limestone blocks. It was neat to see the corinthian columns lining the roads. Majestic is one word that comes to mind when thinking about this ancient city. You will see all of these places located in ancient Ephesus and...More

Thank Murray D
Reviewed 15 November 2016

A remarkable stretch of ancient road to the former seaport. It looks like any modern walkway and could be put back in use if the ocean was still there.

Thank gd454
Reviewed 21 October 2016

The large road between the Grand Theatre and the old port is known as Arcadian way or Harbour street. This was the primary entry point from the port where traders and sailors would first arrive. The street was over half a kilometre long and has...More

1  Thank 1TraveltheWorld
Reviewed 7 August 2016

This was the main street to the port (now 6 km away). Secret Christian symbols abound on the pavings as they sought each other out and to avoid persecution.

Thank RobertFGCarter
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