Frankfurt Hotel

Hidirlik Sokak 17, Antalya, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey
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Travelling from Antalya to Damascus

by nazie204

Hi, I will be in Antalya in October, and would like to travel to Damascus from Antalya.
I have elderly people with me so taking a long coach journey is not my preference. Ideally I would like to fly, but I've been told I can only do this from Istanbul and then it would not be a direct flight to Damascus.
Can anyone tell me how to get to Damascus and back to Antalya the easiest way possible?

Re: Travelling from Antalya to Damascus

by Tdiver

British Airways and British Mediterranean Airways(BMI) fly to Ankara from Damascus but i couldn't see any from there, call and ask, at least Ankara is nearer than Istanbul.Damascus in Turkish is Sam (sham)

Merhaba Nazie

by neodue

I hope you will have nice time with your elderly people in Turkey.

my first advice is ;
If you visit you will see the special fares for Ramadan
Application Period:
Travel Dates: 13 September - 11 October 2007 (Include)
Ticketing Dates: Tickets must be issued on/before 11 October 2007 (Incl).

All ticket are 79,00TRY from everywhere in Turkey.So also there is a discount for
international fligths too.

15-21 September Damascus 111€ (round trip)
01-07 October Beirout 111€ (round trip)
This is for Istanbul flights.If you fly to ANKARA from Beirout add 50€.

My second advice is come to Adana by bus from Damascus and fly to Antalya.

there is direct fligth to Antalya From Adana by

I have checked it there is a promo ticket 29,00TRY to Antalya.

only one airlines (sunexpress) fly directly from adana to antalya.Rest of them fly via Istanbul.

Adana- Antalya road is buy bus worst and longest road in two province of Turkey.It take about 11 hours buy bus.

For more info please e-mail me.


Travel Tips for Antalya

Baklava.... You do not want to miss this...

by navaros

Baklava is one of the oldest known Turkish desserts. No meal would be complete without baklava for dessert. It is made of baklava - flaky layers of whisper-thin pastry bursting with pistachios, touched with golden butter, gently enveloped in a honey syrup. No holiday, wedding or dinner party could be considered without it.

We flew United to Frankfurt...

by goodspkr

We flew United to Frankfurt and Hapaug Lloyd from Frankfurt to Antalya. Most of the airplanes to Antalya come from Germany.
From the Sheraton, the tram was terrific. There are also Dolmuses that run everywhere and cost almost nothing. To and from the Airport we found a taxi to be reliable and reasonable (about $16). For sightseeing I recommend a tour. Our two all day tours cost $20 and $30. This included transportation, lunch and the guide. We had to pay the admission fees, but it was a great way to see things.


by H-TownJourneyman

The ancient city of Aspendos, located 30 miles (45 km) east of Antalya, traces it's beginnings back to the 5th century B.C. Over the centuries several empires controlled the city, including the Persians, the empire of Alexander the Great, and the Romans. The city saw its glory days during the first centuries A.D., when the Romans built many large structures here, including an agora marketplace, a huge aquaduct, and the famous Aspendos theater, which is one of the most well-preserved theaters of antiquity. The theater, designed by the architect Zenon and completed in 155 A.D., sits against a hill and is semi-circular in design. It is so well preserved that concerts are still performed here to this day, with seating available for some 15,000 people! Quite amazing for a structure nearing its 2,000 year birthday!


by WulfstanTraveller

Antalya is a great, attractive city. Its old town is beautful and well-maintained, with many renovated old houses. it also has a nice setting around the marina.

In addition to containing interesting sites of its own, such as the Selcuk Yivli Minare, the city's symbol, it is well-located to be a base to explore the fascinating coast of Lycia to the west and south west, and the ruins and resorts along the coast to the east.


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Address: Hidirlik Sokak 17, Antalya, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey