Kirkinca Houses & Boutique Hotel

Sirince Koyu, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35920, Turkey
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Izmir to Selcuk- traveling around 01:00 (1:00 AM) possible?

by tTravelcer

Hi,

I am flying into the Adnan Menderes Airport and want to take a bus to Selcuk. My flight arrives around 24:00.

1) What is the safe and cheap way to go from the airport to the bus station?
2) Are there buses which go from the Izmir bus station to the Selcuk bus station at around 1:00? Is this safe so early in the morning?

Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you!

Re: Izmir to Selcuk- traveling around 01:00 (1:00 AM) possible?

by Tdiver

Izmir bus station is in the opposite direction to Selcuk. If you're staying in Selcuk ask if the hotel can arrange a transfer. If you're not staying then go to the bus station and wait, there will at least be a cafe open. The bus station is on two levels. Selcuk is not big so waiting around there is more of a problem before going on to ephesus.

Re: Izmir to Selcuk- traveling around 01:00 (1:00 AM) possible?

by neodue

Why dont sleep in Izmir at nite and spend a morning and afternoon inside Izmir and go to selcuk by an evening bus?If you do not want to spend time and money to a hotel in Izmir, Tdiver's recommend is very good.Go to Bus station and spend time in there until the morning and take first Selcuk Bus and move to Selcuk.

Izmir is very nice city for to walk and spend even a whole day.

Izmir is a big city be careful but it s still safer than the LONDON,NY,PARIS etc.

Travel Tips for Izmir

Gümüþlük (Myndus)which is one...

by aydan

Gümüþlük (Myndus)which is one of the oldest settlements on the Peninsula.Many ancient remains can be seen on the land and beneath the sea.Most notable of these is the ancient breakwater once connecting the little island to the mainland,and the foundations of the once standing harbour tower.All varieties of fish can be found in the restaurants of the village,which is especially known for its octopus salad and fish soup.

The Archaeological Museum,...

by VictoriaM.

The Archaeological Museum, near Konak Square, houses a superb collection of
antiquities including the statues of Poseidon and Demeter which, in ancient times, stood in
the Agora.
Neighboring the Archaeological Museum, the collection of the Ethnographical Museum
contains folkloric artifacts, among which are a fine collection of Bergama and Gordes
carpets, traditional costumes and camel bridles.
Situated on Ataturk Caddesi, in an old Izmir house used by the founder of the Turkish
Republic, the Ataturk Museum exhibits photographs of the leader as well as some of his personal effects.

The Selcuk Yasar Art Museum is a private museum on Cumhuriyet Bulvari with a collection of 20th century Turkish art.
The Natural History Museum in Bornova attracts as a natural reserve of the Aegean Region landscapes' historical
preservation.
MOSQUES

Hisar Mosque is the largest and oldest in Izmir. Built in the 16th century, with restorations in the 19th century, it has a
delightful interior with an interesting mimber (pulpit) and mihrab( altar). Other mosques in Izmir are Salepcioglu (20th
century), Sadirvan (17th century with 19th-century restorations) and Kemeralti (17th century); all are situated close to the
Kemeralti Quarter.
MONUMENTS

In the centre of Cumhuriyet Meydani, or Republic Square, stands the Ataturk Monument, an impressive statue of Ataturk
sitting on a horse and facing the sea. Erected in 1933 the Monument commemorates the liberation of the city by Turkish
Forces.

Standing in Karsiyaka, The Flying Dolphins is a Monument that symbolizes friendship and brotherhood.

Stuffed Artichoke

by Arkeolog

In Izmir food culture vegetables are very important. They cook with olive oil. Therefore olive oil is a must. I like stuffed artichoke. sometimes I cook it in Istanbul too but Im afraid artichokes are different here in Istanbul :( Thats why it's delicious when I eat stuffed artichoke in Izmir. Anyway if you see or someone offer you stuffed artichoke in Izmir don't miss this chance :)

Swissair, Lufthansa and...

by Tuelin

Swissair, Lufthansa and Turksih Airlines have schedule flights to Izmir.

Many Charter companies have more resonable flights
Taxi is cheap and easy, do not try the public transportations, except the boats to/from Karsiyaka.

Konak Meydani (square).

by Tdiver

Nice area to walk around as it's pedestrianised.The old clock tower built in 1901 and the small mosque with some lovely tile work.Just be careful of the pigeons as there are hundreds and they still insist on feeding them.

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Address: Sirince Koyu, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35920, Turkey