' It was through the Jews that Christianity was first introduced into Ephesus. The original community was under the leadership of Apollo (1 Corinthians 1:12). They were disciples of St. John the Baptist, and were converted by Aquila and Priscilla. Then came St. Paul, who lived three years at Ephesus to establish and organize the new church; he was wont to teach in the schola or lecture-hall of the rhetorician Tyrannus (Acts 19:9) and performed there many miracles. Eventually he was obliged to depart, in consequence of a sedition stirred up by the goldsmith Demetrius and other makers of ex-votoes for the temple of Diana (Acts 18:24 sqq.; 19:1 sqq.) ...'Enjoy your Ephesus tour by visiting the Biblical highlights of Ephesus ancient city.Visit the 'Cave of St Paul and see the beautiful frescoes on the walls of the Paul's Cave (optional) . The Tomb of St. Luke and St . John's Basilica and the Double Church (Mary's Church) in Ephesus are worth seeing.You will be well-informed and educated about all you see in your Biblical Ephesus Tour.