Ephesus (Turkish: Efes) is a large archeological site in Aegean Turkey and one of the
country's major tourist attractions
You can walk from Selcuk. It is a 4km walk in a good asphalt way. It is also possible to take a taxi, which is relatively expensive,compared to other Turkish transportation. Most pensions and hotels in Selcuk offer rides to Ephesus. The cheaper way is to go by minibuses(shared taxi)(Called as Dolmus in Turkish) which are available every 10-15 minutes from Selcuk central bus station. --Accession to Selcuk--
The grounds of Ephesus are seen entirely on foot. Pathways are signed clearly and easily navigated as you make your way through the park. Fortunately, the ruins are situated on the bank of a hill. Most visitors arrive at the upper gates and make their way downhill to the exit gates.
There are many souvenir shops at the two exit gates. You may find Turkish hand
made articles. Haggling is possible. The best way is to compare prices in two or
three more shops before you buy. It is not a good place to buy carpet and
leather, you can buy them in big shops at Selcuk with a reasonable price