Today we are in Ephesus known as one of the best-preserved archaelogical sites in the world. Its excellent location on western part of Turkey enables the site to attract millions of visitors from all over the world. Ephesus is located just at the junction where Kusadası-Aydın-Selcuk meet.
During history, the location of the city changed four time due to necessities and escaping from some natural effects. The first city we know was founded on the top of the Ayasuluk Hill where we see today a huge fortress overlooking the actual city of Selcuk and the Plain of River Caystros. The second Ephesus was founded around the Temple of Artemis. The third Ephesus is the one that we visit today and the last Ephesus was founded on the top of the Ayasuluk Hill again.