Bill Gates, the founder of the technology company Microsoft, toured the Ancient City of Ephesus.
Gates, who came to Aydın’s Kuşadası district with a yacht named Lana, then passed to the Ancient City of Efes in İzmir’s Selçuk district.
Gates, who entered the ancient city of Efes through the upper door, was seen wearing a hat and mask while getting out of the vehicle.
Gates’ close bodyguards prevented journalists from taking pictures. During the visit of Gates, who made a reservation to visit Efes, the lights in the ancient city were turned on. Gates, who took off his hat and mask while visiting the ancient city, received information about the ancient city from the guide next to him.
Gates and his friends entered the ancient city of Efes at around 18.50 and left the lower gate of the ancient city after about 2 hours.
It was learned that the technical team carried out maintenance and test work for the lighting in the Ancient City of Efes the previous day.
Anchored off the coast of Kusadasi, the 107-metre long and 16-metre wide Cayman-flagged three-deck yacht Lana features numerous cabins, jacuzzis, gyms, beach clubs, swimming pools, and water sports equipment for guests and crew.