Day visit to Izmir


Route: Chios - Cesme - Izmir, Turkey

 

Duration: 08: 15 - 18:30

 

Moving Details:

Gathering at Chios customs at 07:30 am Customs check, check in and boarding, leaving for Cesme at 08.15 am < / span>

Arrival at Cesme Port after about 35 minutes, customs formalities and immediate boarding. Passing through Alatsata, a purely Greek Orthodox village before 1922 and Vourla, another important cradle of Hellenism in Asia Minor, we reach Smyrna after about an hour’s drive.

Getting off the bus and leisure in downtown Izmir. Here, the visitor can enjoy a stroll along the coastal cobblestone street, the Kordon Clock - landmark of the city, the Clock Tower or Saat Kulesi to adorn the entrance to the city’s bazaar, Kemeralti. The bazaar, with its narrow streets intertwined and a multitude of shops selling practically everything, remind the visitor that it is in the East. Izmir is a city of contrasts, the district of < Alsantzak ", the former city of , with the remaining mansions of wealthy Greeks, is on the other side of Kordon, next to the harbor, just a few kilometers and so many others from the bazaar. Its magnificent mansions have now been transformed into bars and restaurants that flood the cobblestone streets between them with people every hour of the day and night.

Early afternoon gathering and boarding. Return to the port of Cesme. Boarding aboard at 18:30 departure to Chios.

The price includes:

  1. Chios-Cesme-Chios ferry tickets
  2. Greek-speaking escort
  3. Transportation-tours according to schedule
  4. ISPS tax

Not included:

Port tax, 2 euros per person (regardless of age) at Cesme’s private port, payable at check-in upon departure.

Required Documents:

Police ID with Greek and Latin or Passport details valid for 6 months from the date of your trip. Necessarily Police Identity Card or Passport for all passengers, regardless of age.



If you are a holder of a Passport / Identity card in another country, it may be necessary for the competent authorities to issue a visa.