Beyoglu Kaya Hotel

6 Suslu SaksI Sk, Istanbul, Turkey
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How long does it take to go from Terminal I to Terminal D?

by charlene_aquilina

Next January I should be travelling to Ankara and I'm going to change planes in Istanbul - I think that's a must, is it? I want to choose the times of my flights so that I have enough time to do the check in, check out, VISA and go from Terminal I to Terminal D and vice versa.

Can anyone guide me as to how long the process may take and how much time I should allow between my International and Internal flights, please?

Thank you very much for your help :)

Re: How long does it take to go from Terminal I to Terminal D?

by travelmad478

I would allow at least 90 minutes to be on the safe side. Getting the visa usually doesn't take long--remember to first wait in the line to buy the visa at the windows on the left before waiting in line at the immigration counters! But if there are several planes arriving at once, it can take up to 30 minutes to complete the whole process. Then it will probably take you 15-20 minutes to get to the domestic terminal. If you need a boarding pass, that could be another 15-20 minutes at least. Then you have to get to your gate.

Re: How long does it take to go from Terminal I to Terminal D?

by max_stirner


You need half an hour to buy the visa and wait for stamp, luggage will be already there ; take them and run to domestic left after customs. 10 minutes and checkin flight to Ankara you must be there 30 min before departure. Take care that airport is the same by the way.


Re: How long does it take to go from Terminal I to Terminal D?

by cachaseiro

if both tickets are turkish airkines then there is no problems if you miss your conecting flight.
they will just put you on the next flight to ankara then and there are many of them.
i have missed my connection a couple of times in istanbul and this was never a problem.
it´s a different story though if you fly two different airlines on two seperate tickets.
in that case i would allow a couple of hours for delays.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Visit Sultanahmet, It's...

by milge

Visit Sultanahmet, It's such great place to see. If you've seen other pages of mine you'll understand I like to walk around in those small streets, Sultanahmet is the best to do so. After you think you've done with sultanahmet (which is not possible) have a walk to Eminonu. The tram will guide you till the ferries. Take one of them (there are some tours as well but if you want a real ferry tour never take them) The view of Europian part is just wonderful when you are on your way to the Asian part... (The picture was taken on the way)

Sirkeci Train Station

by Erkmen

This station is on the city's European side and has trains to some Turkish cities on the European side of Turkey and also to countries in Europe such as Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland and the Czech Republic..

It is well known being the last stopof Orient Express..


by parsix

Inside the mosque women have a separate area to pray, usually at the back of the mosque. I spend sometime in this area and discover that there is a Library with different books.

After prayer a lot of the women stayed to wonder through the books.



Beyoglu is amazing.Words cannot tell how i feel thrilled losing in the narrow streets..Each time i explore something new.
There is a second hand books passage right in the Beyoglu fish Market.Its huge and you can find anything"old" you like.

Personal organizers from 60's, black/white pictures, historical books in reasonable rates.Movie Posters,Records....

Definately worth to go and pay a visit...

Tony Nisantasi

by Tijavi about High End Stores

Try visiting Nisantasi and the whole place seems to be just like a page out of a glossy fashion magazine, with the high end fashion stores doing business here. From Prada to Gucci and local brands like Beymen, Nisantasi is for those who live to shop, love the good life and can't get enough of luxury brands in Milan, HK or Dubai (and of course, money to burn). It's an elegant and affluent neighborhood with well-preserved buildings adorned with colorful plant boxes. It's where Istanbul, and perhaps, Turkiye itself, takes on a distinctly European character.

The neighborhood is littered with chic cafes and fine restaurants and classy bars which come alive at night, where you can go and have a good meal and hobnob with pro-EU, Prada-clad Istanbullus who speak flawless English.

A bit high-brow, and a friend told me, pretentious, but somehow one has to experience this side of Istanbul (and Turkey), too.


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