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Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by mouthfromthesouth

Hi everyone,

I'm flying with Pegasus and will be arriving at Gokcen airport which is on the Asian side of Istanbul. We need to get to our hostel in Sultanahmet area. We would like to use public transport such as bus, airport shuttle or train/tram.
Can you please advise what the best option is and how to get there, also be worth knowing how much it costs and how long the journey is. Many thanks

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by fouads

hi

there is Havas bus company , it,s have shuttle buses from airports to inside city , take about 30-40 min cost about 5-6$ per person

hope this be helpfull

best wishes

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by Tuna_ank

As far as I know, HAVAS doesn't go to Sultanahmet area. Take HAVAS for Kadikoy first.(around 30 min., 5-6 euros) At Kadikoy take a ferry for Eminonu. (around 20 min.,1 euros?) Enjoy the view. From Eminonu you may take tram (1 euros?)or taxi. It is not far. Have a nice trip.

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by Jawnuta

I am also geting ready for our Turkey trip.....

I found on internet that:

"A Havas bus connects this airport with Taksim in the city center for 10 YTL and takes about an hour. A cheaper option is to take bus E10 which brings you to Kadıkoy in 70 minutes (3 YTL). From there take a ferry to Eminonu or Karakoy"

Has anyone taken that mode of transportation (HAVAS or E10+Ferry) from the SAbiha-Gocken to Sultanahmed?

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by Jawnuta

I also found this on www.turkeytravelplanner.com

"The Havas company operates airport shuttle buses serving Istanbul's Atatürk Airport on the European side of the city and also Sabiha Gökçen Airport on the Asian side.

Havas buses are being phased out, being replaced by city buses which are cheaper and almost as fast.

Until they disapper, you can use Havas buses to go from the airport into the city, and even to travel from one airport to the other.

The main Havas city terminals are at Taksim Square in Beyoglu on the European side of the Bosphorus, and at the Kozyatagi Business Center in Kadiköy on the Asian shore.

Take a Havas airport bus from either airport to either of these city terminals, and you can transfer to another Havas bus going to the opposite airport."

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by leinart

Hi mouthfromthesouth
I am new member of this forum and live in turkey than saw your question about getting sultanahmet from sabiha gökçen airport.Also my home is in asian side of istanbul namely know there.but Unfortunately ı am late for your question You might come and turn back your country.İf Still you are waiting an advice you can reach me by my email adreses. acaremre1@hotmail.com
But ı have to say this nowadays ı can only reply your question in this forum due to not looking my e mails
See you

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by mouthfromthesouth

Thanks for all your feedback. My plane arrives in Gokcen at 18:20 local time so I presume there will there be shuttle buses + ferry to Sultanahemt at that time and later?

Re: Transportation from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sultanahmet

by Tuna_ank

At airport you will ask for HAVAS busses for Kadikoy. You may wait 10-15 minutes. At Kadikoy you will find to "Eminonu" port. Around every 20 minutes you may find ferry. In Eminonu you will see tram. Go thru to Sultanahmet area.
Have a nice trip.

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Nisanca area

by Martin_S.

The area where our hotel was located is just across the street from the University and is mainly a wholesale store area, especially clothing. You will find enormous bales of clothing bundled up and ready for shipment to places like Russia. If you are looking for a single item, many will not sell to you, but there ARE shops that will, just keep looking. Walking down the street can be an "experience" here in this area, you will find many clothing displays for your entertainment, like the dummies in the first photo, easy to check the type of clothing with the plastic over them..or if you enter the stores you can wander among the tastefully displayed piles of clothes as in the second photo. But there is always a moment of comedy to be found anywhere, we saw these two young fellows hanging out of this window with no idea of WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE THEY DOING, but they did wave to us when I told them I wanted to take their picture ^O^

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Don't buy anything in bazars without bargaining, especially in Grande bazar.

Besiktas.

by cachaseiro

Besiktas is one of the 3 big football clubs in Istanbul and watching one of their games is a great experience as turkish football fans are among the most passionate in the world and it´s a real spectacle to see a game and especially the crowd.
The advantage of this team compared to the other two big teams in Istanbul is that their stadium is located very close to Taksim square, so it is easy to reach as a tourist.
The stadium is called "Ismet Inonu" and it´s only about 10 minutes walking distance from Taksim square. If you wanna blend in a bit with the local crowd then there is a shop at the stadium selling Besiktas merchandise.

The motropolitan atmosphere of...

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The motropolitan atmosphere of Istanbul is mostly ignored by the tourists. The business and industry areas are well developed and many skyscrapers are being built in almost every past of the city. Mostly the district Maslak is a nice place to visit with the large forest park called Maslak Park Orman where you can be in a nature under the high buildings...

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THIS is the quintessential grand market. Don't listen to people that tell you that only tourists go there nowadays. Not true, especially if you go there on a Saturday morning and if you're hitting the jewelry stands. Open your heart and submerge yourself in this BEAUTIFUL, surprisingly clean maze of tiny shops, each with a history of its own right. Bargain, argue, accept their teas, smile, move on, whatever you do.... lose yourself in it..... and eventually walk away from it exhausted, yet totally fulfilled. Silver , silver, and MORE silver!!!!!

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