Jdayde Hotel

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Jdayde Area, Alhatab Square, Aleppo, Syria
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Forum Posts

Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by nar137

Hi, I only saw buses goes to Adana from Aleppo and it departs at 5.00 and 14.00. Does it goes to other southern part of turkey as well, eg Gazientep? Is there any night buses? I will be traveling in February and will it it hard to get a ticket on the day itself?

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by explore_discover

If you go to Adana, there are two Bus terminals. 1 is main Bus terminal 4 KM from CBD and other is ALTIKAT (connection by free shuttle bus) there are number of buses depart to almost every where in Turkey most of them at night. I have traveled Istanbul-Adana-Istanbul twice over night.

Gaziantep is short distance from Adana, I have seen many mini buses leaving every hour from main terminal.

There is once a week Train from Aleppo to Adana as well, every Friday and Two Trains to Gaziantep on Tuesday and Friday - 5 Hour journey departure at 5 AM

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by fouads

hi

never go to Adana and then Gazi antep cause it will take about 4-5 hours
but from Aleppo to Gaziantep is 1,5 hour ,
you can take shared taxi any time from morning till 15:00 and it cost you about 17$ and no need for book before .

hope this info help you
best wishes

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by nar137

Thanks Shams, never know there is a train to Gazientep as well, only to Adana. But still can't use it as it travels during daylight. I want to arrive early morning in southern turkey to catch a bus to Nevsehir.

Looking at the map, that's why I thought too, Gazientep looks closer to Aleppo than Adana, but never thought it's like 1.5 hrs. Is $17 for each person? But is it easy to get a bus from Gazientep to Nevsehir later? Which part of Syria are you from Fouad? And thanks for the info!

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by explore_discover

From Gaziantep to Adana is 220 km / 3 hour and Adana to Nevsehir 285 km/5 hour (you have to pass through Adana anyway)8 hours plus the time of changing over the buses.

I think it will be better you take the Bus from Aleppo to Adana and then take the bus to Nevsehir or shared taxi to Gaziantep

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by fouads

hi

i am from Aleppo

the best route for you is take bus from Aleppo to Antakya on 05.00 cost about 7$ per person or take shared taxi for 11$ both take about 1.5 to 2 hours and from there you can take bus to Adana and complete your trip , also you can ask in Antakia if thier is direct trip to your destination

best wishes

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by nar137

I'll take note on all your advise and have a look around once I reach Aleppo. It's not like I can buy the bus ticket far in advance either. At least now I know my alternative in case another plan didn't work out. Thank you so much guys!

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by fouads

hi

you can find the bus and taxi carage in front of Aleppo musem .in the city center .

best wishes

Re: Bus to Turkey from Aleppo

by mkinanc

Hi
there is not any bus service to Syria at nights.
You can check this site. Best bus service. I generally use Bus ( $7/1 person ).
Care about taxies exactly Antep/Syria taxies. I have terrrible experiences with them. Antakia is more cheaper and honest.

Travel Tips for Aleppo

Bab al-Faraj clocktower

by Tijavi

This Baroque-styled clocktower is the main landmark in the more modern Bab al-Faraj area of the city. All lighted up, it makes for great photo opportunities at night, and at daytime, a reference point. To the east is the sprawling Sheraton complex, which only opened in February 2007, and further, Al Jdeida, the Christian quarter.

North of the clocktower is Al Azizieh, an upmarket residential neighborhood with some good restaurants like Challal. West of the clock tower leads you to Sharia Baron (Baron St), so named because of the historic Baron Hotel there, where you could stop by for drinks at their historic bar.

Khans

by iwys

The khans are ancient travellers' inns, flanking the main thoroughfare through the souq. They are usually 2 stories and surround a central courtyard. Once, camel trains would have stopped in them. Nowadays, they are partly used as warehouses and partly as extensions to the souq. Most of Aleppo's khans were built in the sixteenth century. The largest, Khan al-Jumruk, dates back to 1574 and housed the first European trade missions in the city.

Swimming pools

by MalenaN

One afternoon in Aleppo Firas, Leen and I went for a swim in one of the many swimming pools in city. The first two we went to were only open for men that day. So, if you are going to visit a swimming pool you might have to look for one that is right for you that day! We went ot Al Jalaa Club as it was mixed.

It was a hot day and the swim was very really refreshing! Something to recommend a summer day in Aleppo!

I was in Aleppo two years before and by that time I did not know at all that there were so many swimming pools in the city

The citadel

by dabuwan

Visiting the old fortified Citadel of Aleppo in the midday mid-summer heat is a unique experience, if you can bear it. No other visitors around and you can enjoy the whole fortress for hours on your own, discovering every hidden corner. Because of its position on top of a hill, there is always some breeze, but the sunshine can be really fierce.
More tips and pics about the Citadel in the "must -see activities" section.

go to church!in...

by fabrice

go to church!in aleppo,churches are full with young people;
picture:the central square of alep I went into a church just to see how it was,and what a surprise:hundreds of people were inside attending the mass,even young people

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Address: Jdayde Area, Alhatab Square, Aleppo, Syria