Fantastically well preserved street that was the centre of action 2000 years ago serving as a marketplace and meeting place. You can almost imagine how it was. If you visit you have to walk down the street. Enjoy!
About Curetes Street
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This is part of Ephesus. It is the main road within the city and it is amazing that it was built so long ago. It is part of a road system within Ephesus.
As in the title, the curates street was where the main houses/stores etc were. It's a good steep climb, so better to walk down than up. In places you can still see the stone metal rings where they would rest and tie off their goods...More
The most interesting part of the street is from the top where Hercules Gate is down to the LIbrary. It is rare to get photos without people in it--but it is possible if you enter when the site opens and you go directly there. Off...More
This is not quite half way through the tour off to the right side of the street. You'll be in full view of the main square near this location. I believe it is just after the public washrooms from the ancient city. You'll have to...More
The pathway is impressive not only for itself, but for everything that can be found adjacent to it. Walk the full distance and see all the ruins.
The section between the Domitian Square, (just after the Fountain of Pollio) and the Library of Celsus was called Curetes street. The well retained paved street, was originally reserved only for horses and carts and is only a part of the overall intriguing history of...More
the whole foot path were paved with marble rocks. this attraction takes at least 2 hours to visit. it is adviced to bring some water along.
Curetes Street was once the main street of this place, and when you walk down this well preserved road, you can't help but admire how advanced ancient civilizations actually were in so many ways. The columns on either side and the stone slabs are in...More
There used to be a lot of stores on both side of street. All famous tour sites are located next to this street. It is better to walk from upper entrance which you can walk down instead climbing up.