If you're planning a trip to Ephesus, Turkey, hiring a private tour guide is the best way to make the most out of your experience. One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis, is located here. A trip to see it will be a memorable part of your travels. But if you're looking to get a little more out of your visit than just seeing some ruins, consider hiring a private guide! With their knowledge and expertise, they can help you understand the history of the place in greater depth and make the most of your time there.
With nearly 3,000 years of history, Ephesus is filled with intrigue and fascination. Whether you're a history buff, an archaeology nerd, or just want a great story to bring back home after your trip, you'll enjoy the personalized experience of having your own private guide. They have years of experience and knowledge that they can't wait to share with you while they customize your tour into an adventure that fits all of your needs.
Hi, I’m Rabia Öznalbant, and I’ve been working as a tour guide in Turkey since 2006. I was born in Kuşadası, where I still reside with my son. I got started in the tourism industry after high school when I wanted to improve my English. I studied Travel Agency Management at Mersin University, then later studied at Ege University to obtain my license. Since then, I’ve worked for several different tour companies—Nomad Tour for 3 years, Julian-Airtours for 7 years, Dos Plumas Tours for over 8 years, and also have worked at Sojourn Travel. I’ve taken classes on Biblical Turkey as well as Jewish heritage in the Aegean region.
When you choose me as your tour guide, you know that you’re getting experienced help from someone who not only knows the history of famous landmarks but who also knows all the little secrets that can make any trip so much more enjoyable! I can customize the tour to give you as much information as you would like and you will be free to discover all the wonders of Ephesus at your own pace.
(Note: professional guides provide their services for a fee. Although they welcome inquiries about scheduling and availability of their services, they expect to be paid when they provide tourism information. You may be asked to arrange payment before questions are answered. Please note that guides are not travel agents, and are not licensed to make reservations or other travel agency services.)