Residence Hotel Izmir

28 Murselpasa Blv, Izmir, 35230, Turkey
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Izmir - Transfer from Otogar to Crowne Plaza Hotel

by HERBIN

Hello friends,

I have a question please :

Should you live in Izmir or know well the city, how would precisely proceed to join Crown Plaza Hotel from Otogar WITHOUT hiring a cab ? I have to do it in September and cannot find a real solution.

Thanks in advance

Re: Izmir - Transfer from Otogar to Crowne Plaza Hotel

by Tdiver

The hotel is in Balcova which isn't in the city but maybe they run shuttle buses into the city, so ask them, otherwise it looks like a taxi.
Map below of the city, but doesn't go as far west as Balcova.
http://www.izmir.gen.tr/eng/map.asp

Travel Tips for Izmir

Sea Shine

by jonturk

Ancient Cities

Bergama

Ephesus Ruins


Bayraklý (Former Ýzmir)
Located at the northeast of Izmir Bay, Bayrakli was the first known settlement of Izmir, which archaeological excavations indicate was probably around 3000 BC. There is a structure from the 7th century BC, situated on the upper part of Bayrakli, which was the grave of the mythological king, Tantalus.




Kadifekale (Velvet Castle)
The old fortress on the hill at the southeast of the city offers unrivalled views of the surrounding area, and at its best at sunset, when the lights start to come on and the call to prayer echoes from many mosques. It was founded in the 4th century BC by Lysimakhos, one of Alexander the Great’s generals, and was strategically placed in view of the harbour and the city. It is possible to walk up to the citadel from the Agora, through narrow streets and old houses, and it remains open although is not lit at night. On the walls of the ruins are Roman and Byzantine engravings and the remaining structures include the south walls and five towers at the west, which date back to the Medieval Age.




Agora
Within the crowded streets of Konak, the agora used to be the venue for political gatherings and elections. It was built on the orders of Alexander the Great, probably in the 2nd century BC, and is the only surviving pre-Ottoman monument, although what remains was the reconstruction by the Romans after a devastating earthquake. There are 14 Corinthian columns, vaulted chambers and hundreds of Ottoman graveyards in the eastern section. Many treasures unearthed during excavations are now exhibited in the Archaeology Museum. Mosque, Church and Synagogues

The most important mosques in the city are Hisar, Yali (Konak), Salepcioglu and Kestane Pazari Mosque. Others in the city include Sadirvan, Basdurak, Kemeralti (built in1812), Faik Pasa, (repaired in 1842), Han Bey, Hatuniye Mosque, Seyh, Fettah, Yali, Ali Aga, Selvili Mescit, Abdullah Efendi and Iki Cesmelik Mosque.

St. Polycarp Church, in Gaziosmanpasa, is the oldest church in Izmir and was lavishly rebuilt in the 19th century by the French. St Polycarp was Smyrna’s first bishop, and when he refused to follow the orders of the Romans to renounce his faith, he was burnt at the stake.

Religion Tourism

Other churches include;
Dome Cathedral St. John Sehit Nevres Bul.29, Alsancak.



Santa Maria Halit Ziya Bul. No: 67



Notre Dame De St. Rosarei 1481 Sokak. No: 8, Alsancak



Notre Dame De Lourders 81 Sokak No: 10, Goztepe



St. John the Bapist Kemalpasa Caddesi. No: 15, Buca



Santa Maria Kars Okulu Sk. No: 5, Bornova,



St. Anthony of Pauda 1610 Sokak. No: 5, Bayrakli



St. Helen 1729 Sokak. No: 53, Karsiyaka



St. John's Church (Anglican) Talat Pasa Bulvari, Alsancak



St. Mary Magdalene (Protestant) Hurriyet Caddesi No:18, Bornova



Aya Fotini (Orthodox) 1374 Sokak. No: 24, Alsancak (Open for only festivals)



Synagogues;
Bet Yisrael Mithatpasa Caddesi. No: 265



Sinyora Iveret 927 Sokak. No: 7, Mezarlikbasi



Saar Asamayim 1390 Sokak. No: 4, Alsancak



Berkholim Ikicesmelik Caddesi. No: 40

clean shoes?

by mindcrime

Shoes’ cleaning in the streets! I remember this custom from old greek movies but it’s really fun to see it in Turkey in our days. People still like to have clean black shoes. In Greece we prefer to buy new ones every 2 months! How stupid we are sometimes….

Anyway, another Turkish custom about shoes is this:
If you are invited into a Turkish house, remember to put off your shoes just outside or immediately inside the door. And of course have to put off your shoes when entering a mosque.

Balchova Thermal resort

by hokomoko

The Balcova Thermal resort in Izmir is located in a forest and the hotel has a great thermal pool and thermal baths ,There is a teleferic line also and it climbes when the weather conditions allright to the top of the hills of Balchova forests...

BY AIR : Regular flights from...

by dedeckerm.

BY AIR : Regular flights from all major cities of the world come to Turkey's international airports. You have airports in Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Antalya, Adana, Trabzon and Dalaman.
We landed at the 'IZMIR ADNAN MENDERES AIRPORT' and this is about 80 km away from Kusadasi

Follow the signposts !

Museum of History & Art

by Willettsworld

This large museum is located in the middle of the Culture Park and is composed of three different buildings with three different sections: sculpture, ceramics and precious artefacts, each one of which I've included a tip on.

The sculpture section features works from the Archaic (900-700 BC), Classical (490-330 BC), Hellenistic (330-30 BC) and Roman periods (30 BC - 395 AD). The ceramics section showcases exhibits from the Prehistorical period to the end of the Byzantine period from in and around Izmir. The final section exhibits precious artefacts such as coins, jewellery, bronze ware, oil lamps, figurines and glassware.

Open: 8.30am-5.30pm Tue-Sun, closed Mondays. Admission: TL3.

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