Kocaman Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Gaziler Cad. 1195 Sk. No:2, Yenisehir, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35120, Turkey
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 38% less and rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples40
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Travel between Izmir and Athens

by omidamini

Dear All,
I have a plan to visit Athens in May 2010 and i want before that visit Istanbul and then Izmir and after visit Izmir move to Athens,can i do it ? How can i move from Izmir to Athens and then back to Izmir ?
Please help me
Thanks

Re: Travel between Izmir and Athens

by xymmot

I think that there are overnight ferries, if not flight to and from Athens is avaliable

Re: Travel between Izmir and Athens

by Mozumbus

I guess you are asking about ferries...

However, if you want to take flights than refer to www.skyscanner.net, you may find out some useful connections....

Re: Travel between Izmir and Athens

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

Hi there,
ferries just fine during the season and if you like to spend some time on island hopping before Athens.
Best way to do it to fly with Olympic Airlines.Its a Greek company and both available from Izmir and Istanbul.

Travel Tips for Izmir

Kemeralti

by orhunde

This little fountaint area has been the same for the last for the last two centuries. There is numerous shops here that sell touristic and local products, therefore the district is historic, touristicly appealing while retaining its local cultural flavor. There is two sinagogues in this area and one mosque.

Turkish cuisine

by Aggeliki

Turkish cuisine is very colorful and contains different tastes. Different tastes in every region contribute to the complexity of Turkish cuisine. The Southeast Anatolian region is famous for Kebaps. The Aegean region, known for its olive production, is famous for its delicious olive oiled vegetables and herbs. Istanbul cuisine combines the most delicious flavors of each region.
Turks before eating it is common to say "Afiyet Olsun" which is the same as saying "Bon Apetit", and secondly, to complement the chef, it is polite to say "Elinize Saglýk" which means "health to your hands" and as asecong meaning "very delicious, well done".

Ephesus, one of the places...

by catdockev

Ephesus, one of the places culture began. Here you can walk thru The Pillars of Hercules! This area also has a great crusader castle to see. As well as, the remains of one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, The Temple of Diana. The roman library is incredilbe.

Birgi - like a giant museum

by Pinat

I remember my mum coming home happily after her sewing class to give me the big news: That we were going to Birgi on Sunday. We were surprised and pissed off. Never heard of the village and we both had more interesting things to do on Sunday, including sleeping all day long. I remember my mum getting mad and eventually we rose and shone on an early Sunday morning. This was in late 1990s.

Birgi is a town (similar to a giant museum) situated on the slopes of Mount Bozdag. The Sariyer River divides the town in two. It is a quite small town (of some thousands) and located in the district of Odemis.

If you want to see old Ottoman mansions, bazaars, baths, coffeehouses and crafts, Birgi is the place to go for a different taste. The details are on my Birgi pages.

Asanseur! more soon

by Yiannis2000 about Asanseur!

This is a fine restaurant, with a cafeteria outside the main building. It lies at the old Asansör quarter, also known as the Jewish quarter. A 19th century lift, 51m. high, connects the lower and upper streets.On the upper side, the Asansör (=Lift) restaurant offers a magnificent view of Izmir. The atmosphere of the place is by far its best advantage, food and service are also very good.
My last visit was an unforgetable experience...

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