VOICE 41 ALLURES of AEGEAN 05 / AEGEAN VILLAGES & FLORA AND FAUNA
SİRİNCE VİLLAGE ,CAMLIK RAILWAY MUSEUM,KIRAZLI VILLAGE from KUSADASI
You are going to drive morning at 08:30 to Sirince Village ; It is a beautiful hill town only 8 km east of Selcuk, near Ephesus, in the Aegean hinterland south of İzmir It's famous for its olive oil, fruit wines, other natural products, and its atmospheric boutique hotels. A dozen small restaurants cater to day-trippers, hotel guests, and locals alike.
In the 19th century ,it was a Greek town with 1800 houses,famous for its fig production,especially for export.Population Exchange between Greece and Turkey in 1923 ,result of the departure of the Greeks were settled by emigrants from the village.There are two Greek churges in the quarter.In Şirince no house blocks the vıew of the other.
Some say the Orthodox Christian Greeks who lived here during the Ottoman Empire were famed for the excellence of their wine. The Muslim Turks who moved here from Thessaloniki in 1924 re-started wine-making using local fruits, including apple,apricot banana, blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, mulberry (black, and white),mandarin, orange,melon, orange, peach, quince, sour (Morello) cherry and strawberry You can taste the results and judge for yourself when you visit. They sell red, white and rosé, dry and sweet. A few local producers have switched from the local vines, which in fact produce table grapes, to Turkey's better wine grapes such as Narince.
End of the visit of the village Sirince you drive to Çamlık railway museum
The Çamlık Railway Museum, a.k.a. Çamlık Steam Locomotive Museum, is an outdoor railway museum at Çamlık village of Selçuk district in Izmir Province, Turkey. It is the largest railway museum in Turkey and contains one of the largest steam locomotive collections in Europe.
In the museum, there are 33 steam locomotives displayed outside, half of them arrayed around an 18-road turntable. The manufacturing years of the locomotives range from 1891 to 1951
The steam locomotive number 45501, which was involved in the Yarımburgaz train disaster as part of the Simplon-Orient_Express, is exhibited in the museum. The head-on collision in 1957, with its death toll of 95, is the deadliest train accident in Turkey as of 2010.
The museum offers nine passenger cars including two wooden cars. The salon car used by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (1881-1938) can be visited inside. There are also seven freight cars on display. In addition to various rolling stock,there are many railway and rail station utilities at the facility such as a water tower, road turntable, hand lorry and Crane
Then you’ll drive Kirazlı village for Lunch.
Kirazli itself is a small, traditional village with some excellent local restaurants serving organic local produce, including organic wine, and the valley and the mountains that surround the village offer some lovely walks with amazing views
The good produce of sour cherry and cherry and giving the importance to these fruits, caused the name of the village.renamed as Kirazli. Parallel to agriculture, stockbreeding was developed; animals increased such as cow, sheep, goat.
Stunning traditional stone-built house is a superb place from where to explore the incredible surroundings of ancient Ionia.End of the tour you'll drive back to Kusadası
İZMİR : 7 hours
KUSADASI : 5 hours
ÇESME : 8,5 hours
THE GUIDE MAY CHANGE THE ROUTE FOR THE VENUES
THE CAPACITY OF THE TOUR MAXIMUM 12 PAX
MUSEUM CLOSED ON MONDAYS İN TURKEY
For Children, those younger than 4 year old are free of charge, between 5 and 9 year old are charged with the half price, children beginning from 10 year/old are charged with the adult price. Therefore, please inform us about the children’s ages.
Children need to have ID card or Passport for visiting ancient ciities and museums.
• There is no shop visit and shopping in the content of the tour.If the whole group demands and confirm and there is enough time ,the shop can be visited
• Comfortable walking shoes, comfortable clothing, a hat, sunscreen and insect repellents are recommended. Guests should watch their step at all times in order to avoid accidents.
• Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.5 miles over uneven and cobblestone surfaces in ruins.
• Temperatures can reach extreme highs during summer months; We recommend that you have a lot of water and use suitable sunscream while on the tour.
|2||135,20 EUR||270,40 EUR|
|3||91,87 EUR||275,60 EUR|
|4||69,55 EUR||278,20 EUR|
|6||46,80 EUR||280,80 EUR|
|9||31,78 EUR||286,00 EUR|