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Okuz Mehmet Pasa Kervansarrayi, Kusadasi, 9400, Turkey

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    Make sure they won't have entertainment in the center of the Fortress as the noise can keep you up until the call for prayer.

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    Center of town and near the water


    The hotel was actually used as a way point for Camel caravans years ago. It is a round building and it kind of looks like a fort from the outside. In the evenings they would bring the Camels inside the ring. During the evenings they had shows going on in the center. The nights we stayed there they had very loud Russian dancing so we couldn't sleep. We checked out and went to Marmaris.

    Unique Quality: Rooms were nice with plenty of air. They had a rug shop and demonstrations of silk weaving in the center. I would stay again only if nothing musical was going on.

    We really didn't like Kusadasi as it was really touristy with cruise ships docking every day.

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Forum Posts

nighlife in kusadasi

by jim1987

hi, could someone tell me what the nightlife will be like in july in kusadasi, and also is there a bar street?

RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by TheTurkishBrit

yes there is and it will be at full volume from dusk till dawn in July.

RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by deniz666uk

nightlife will be good in kusadasi if you like being physically dragged into bars/crap music/overpriced watered down drinks

RE: RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by TheTurkishBrit

couldn't have put it better myself, Deniz!

RE: RE: nighlife in kusadasi


Totally agree!

Cant stand Bar Street. Tacky tacky tacky. If you want a good night out go to Kaleici. Great night life and properly Turkish.

RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by deniz666uk

would be interesting to know what people actually like about bar street????

RE: RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by TheTurkishBrit

cheap beer and pulling, probably, Deniz..... and showing their knickers off by dancing on the tables..... it was a true Hieronymus Bosch vision of purgatory the one time I walked down Bar Street!!!!!!!!!!

RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by deniz666uk

actually i think its not just bar street i cant stand its now kusadasi in general. there are loads more places to go in turkey that have
better beaches
better nightlife
better everything

RE: RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by TheTurkishBrit

Deniz, haklisininz, you're right.....
no beach to speak of, crowded, dirty and hot streets and no real focal point in the town. Given a free holiday there I probably wouldn't say no, but would much rather go to one of the other hundred or so options along the Aegean and Med coastline but I am not going to say where as I don't want everyone else turning up!

RE: nighlife in kusadasi

by Sonny26


Travel Tips for Kusadasi

A real Turkish village.

by Monique_T

You can book a trip by coach to visit a real Turkish village. It is just nice to go in the country, through the mountains and all to see something else then sea and beach. This village was small and it was real hot there. We drank tea at a local's house and then they show you all sorts of handcrafts which you can buy.

Kusadasi: Gateway to Ephesus

by Tom_Fields


Situated on the coast, this is where cruise ships drop off their passengers for trips to Ephesus. It also has a lot of good shopping--people told me it was generally a bit chearp than in Istanbul. If you're staying the night in the area, this is a good place.

Quick Kusadasi Quips

by Confucius

"A school playground near the port of Kusadasi"

My cruise ship tour guide whisked us from the port straight to Ephesus, so when the van returned to Kusadasi this was the first opportunity for me to explore the town.

I escaped from the carpet factory indoctrination and walked past this school playground near the harbor. Notice the big poster featuring the founder of the Turkish Republic on the left of Turkey's flag. A giant statue of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk also looks over the port from a hilltop south of town.

See the basketball hoop? There are Turkish players in the NBA, the two most successful being Hidayet "Hedo" Turkoglu and Mehmet Okur. You can say "Hedo" in Kusadasi while simulating a basketball dribble with your hand and little boys will know exactly who you are talking about.

"Welcome Americans to Turkey!"

There's nothing like walking around the back streets of a Turkish town and seeing American license plates welcoming visitors from the good old USA!
Look at this friendly hotel! There are real license plates from New Jersey all the way to Alabama decorating the brick wall next to the front door!

"Another friendly sign in Turkey: HSBC Bank!"

It's so refreshing to walk the streets of a strange land and suddenly see the familiar logo of your bank from the other side of the world. My Hong Kong bank has a branch in Kusadasi, Turkey. That's just so cool!

"Markets and Minaret in Kusadasi"

I only found one minaret in Kusadasi. Here it is! You have to walk around the town's local markets in order to find it. I've seen more minarets on the tiny island of Penyenget in Indonesia. (See my Tanjung Pinang page!)

"Turkish ladies in Kusadasi"

The greatest thrill of Kusadasi for me was finally getting a glimpse of Turkish people. Since we went straight to Ephesus first, I didn't get to see any real Turkish people until the van dropped us off in town. At Ephesus, most of the people you see are foreign tourists just like yourself but in Kusadasi you finally get to observe true Turkish culture.
These were the first Turkish people I photographed in Kusadasi; two ladies sitting on a bench. I pretended to aim my lens at the small island in the background, then shifted my camera's focus to the ladies.

"Springtime in Kusadasi"

These pretty flowers adorn the sidewalk promenade near the port of Kusadasi. You can see my cruise ship in the background!

"Back to the ship!"

On my way back to the ship I stopped and took one last photo of Turkey. Here are a couple of Turkish fisherman doing something with their nets.
I enjoyed my brief stay in their country, and leave with a very good impression based on what I saw in Kusadasi.

"Greece Turkey sandwich, the Samos Strait"

This is the narrowest point between Greece and Turkey. It's called the Samos Strait by Greeks and "Dilek Bogazi" by Turkish mariners.
There is a small islet in the south part of the strait close to the Turkish mainland. It's called "Baytak Adasi" by its Turkish owners. Ships sailing through the strait usually go to the right of Baytak Adasi, staying closer to the Greek island of Samos.

If you sail through the Samos Strait, be on the lookout for illegal migrants from Asia Minor who try to reach Samos Island as a backdoor to Greece and the European Union.


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