Antalya Transportation

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    Antalya to alanya

    by machk Written May 21, 2008

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    i advise you to choose the bus agents''Akdeniz Seyahat'' or ''Metro Turizm''.Because these agents have service stations near the clock tower that can take you to the otogar easily.It is free.You can find busses in every 30minutes to Alanya.It takes about 2,5 hours.It costs 8 euro.When you arrive alanya you can use services again.There are lots of hotels in the centrum.Don't be confused because transportation in turkey is very easy especially between antalya and alanya..Enjoy alanya..

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    TRAMCAR

    by marsistanbul Updated May 15, 2008

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    Tramcar operates between MUze(Antalya Museum) and Zerdalilik directions.
    Stops:Muze(Konyaalti beach,Sheraton,Falez hotels,Ataturk park,Glass pyramid),Barbaros,Meslek lisesi,Selekler(Selekler shopping center),Kalekapisi(Main gate of Oldcity-citadel),Uckapilar(Hadrian gate-and an other gate to Old city-citadel),Belediye(Karaalioglu park,and and an other way to Old city-Hidirlik tower),Isiklar,Cender(Cender & Talya hotels),Zerdalilik.
    Working hours: 7.ooam-21.oopm
    One tram card is 3.5 YTL for two times or two persons for one direction.

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    Buses from Antalya Otagar along the coast

    by canadiantrav Written Apr 15, 2008

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    Depending on when you plan to travel or which month, but for right now the last bus is at 7:30 pm. Over the summer months this will extend to 8:00 pm. Last bus leaving Antalya.

    From Antalya you can take "Antalya tur" or ''Bati Antalya'' FROM EITHER THE BUS STATION OR ACROSS FOR THE SHOPPING CENTER OF MIGROS and then run from 6am until 8pm about every 1/2 hour. In the summer months they will run more frequently.

    There are also small minibuses...and the names are Cicek tour, Kumluca Tur..

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    Kemer - Tahtali teleferic line.

    by hokomoko Updated Jun 22, 2007

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    Kemer-Tahtali teleferic Antalya Turkey

    Tahtali dag named new ski center hosting now the new Kemer-Tahtali cableway teleferics top station at 2363 meters. Allways covered with snow and awailable for skiing after 10 minutes ride you can reach here to the top station.You can swim at the beach can stay in your luxury hotel then if you want you can taste the snowwith this spectacular cableway.
    highly recommended.
    Price is 40.-YTL (1.-YTL = 1,35$)
    The video of the line:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41rV5vtxtXQ

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    Antalya airport

    by Tdiver Updated Apr 28, 2007

    10km east of the city international code AYT.
    Click HERE for Flight Arrivals.
    Click HERE for Departures.
    Or for their general page click below.

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    Antalya Intercity Bus Terminal

    by budapest8 Written Nov 15, 2005

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    Antalya Clock Tower


    Antalya bus terminal was opened to service on 29 October 1996. The total utilization area of the bus terminal which is included in approximately of 235.000 m2 green belt is 20 thousand square meters.

    From one section of the terminal bus services are being made to Antalya’s districts and villages. The terminal constructed with a modern architecture is almost crowded at every hour of the day.

    Within the bus terminal there are terminal buildings for rural areas and intercity transportation and administration building, 2 each gas stations and maintenance shop, 2 each transformers and a water depot of 1500 m3. As the buses and vehicles never meet at the entrance and exit of the terminal a great comfort is being established from the point of traffic regulation.

    Within the rural area terminal building there are 18 each cashier’s desks and a restaurant next to the 4 each company bureaus, 3 each buffets, WC units for men-women and disabled.
    Within the intercity terminal building there are 50 each cashier’s desks, 60 each. company bureaus, cafeteria, restaurant, 8 each buffets, shop, WC units for men-women and disabled, small mosque, gendarme and police stations check points, bank, Post Office, exchange bureaus, Physician’s office and drug store, shoe shine shop, tailor, car rental, tourism consultation units.

    In the bus terminal vehicle and bus entries are controlled by computer and all building and perimeter is being supervised by 65 each cameras and monitors. All kinds of arrivals and departures can be traced by information arrival and departure panels and TTV monitors. In addition facility the facility is equipped with, cctv, music, announce, emergency announce, fire warning systems and all building areas are hot and cold air conditioned. Antalya bus terminal establishes a separate prestige to the city with its parking lots for 300 vehicles and 200 buses, the pound at the external area and internal gardens.

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    By bus around Antalya

    by budapest8 Written Nov 15, 2005

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    By Bus:
    The Turkish bus system is comprehensive and you can get about anywhere from anywhere.

    Fares are low. Simply show up at the bus station (“otogar”) and announce your destination

    Innercity Transportation: Antalya offers a variety of public transportation, such as public busses, trams, mini-busses, taxi cabs and dolmus.

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    Quite expensive taxi

    by indre_dee Written Jul 24, 2005

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    Taxi

    Before getting into taxi BARGAIN. Otherwise you will be robbed. They usually charge around 1 usd for one km, but make sure you agree on price before getting in.

    Taxis are like everywhere, bright yellow and quite easy to notice in the streets.

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    Dolmush

    by indre_dee Written Jul 24, 2005

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    Dolmush

    Probably the cheapest way to get around is the mini bus which is called domush. It costs a bit less than 1 euro. You can stop the bus anywhere in the street, and to attract your attention the buses usually beep when they go by. It's quite complicated to make out which way they are going, so it's better if you stop the bus and ask. Don't be surprised if they do not really speak Eglish.

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    Antalya International Terminal 2

    by indre_dee Written Jul 24, 2005

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    Antalya International Terminal 2

    Recently opened Antalya Internatioanl Terminal 2 is just like the 1st of. It is the exact copy of the first one, to make it easier for visitors who are already used to the first one. The two terminals are very close to each other, so it's no trouble getting around.

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    Antalya Bus Terminal

    by Pakistaniguy Updated Apr 7, 2005

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    Antalya Bus Terminal

    As u already be knowing that in whole Turkey they have a very impressive bus system as in my opinion 80% Turkish people prefer to travel on buses . So, in order to come to Antalya, u should get a seat reserved for urself on a bus. Before taking a ticket u must see which seat is being allocated to u and which type of buys is that.

    To move inside the city u must use the local bus or Dolmus system. It easy and most of the people speak English and German. So i am pretty sure u won't be having any linguistic problems.

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    Local buses

    by ciuchi Updated Dec 3, 2004

    The local buses are ok to go to Antalya if your hotel is somewhere outside. They have even AC and the prices are not high. From Kemer area there are buses almost every 15 min, but from Belek they have fixed schedule and they take you in the morning and bring you back in the afternoon.
    Around Antalya, if you can't walk...take a taxi :)

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    From Antalya to Datca

    by MalenaN Updated Nov 26, 2004

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    Moonlight

    I went to a couple of bus companies before I found one selling tickets to Marmaris (didn’t think it was going to be so hard). I was looking for Pamukkale bus company for a long time and went streets up and down, nobody seemed to know the exactly where it was. Finally I found the office a couple of blocks north of Cumhuriyet Caddesi. From the office there was a service bus in the morning.

    The bus ride to Marmaris took about 6 hours. In Marmaris I waited half an hour for the dolmush to Datca. The ticket could be bought in a ticket office at the otogar (bus station). The dolmush to Datca took 1 hour 45 minutes. Arriving in Datca I had no clue where to get off the bus. I asked for Tunc Pansiyon and the bus stopped just by the street leading to the pension.

    The ticket Antalya – Marmaris was 23 000 000 TL and the ticket
    Marmaris Datca was 7 000 000 TL.

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    From Anamur to Antalya

    by MalenaN Updated Nov 26, 2004

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    After the sunset

    I went to the otogar in Anamur the day before my departure to buy a ticket to Antalya. I wanted to buy one from Metro as I had seen they had a service from Iskele, but they did not have any tickets left. Instead I bought a ticket with Zafer – Anamur. They did not have a service to the otogar so in the morning I went out to the road to wait for the dolmush. The dolmush (minibus) is only 500 000 TL and the end stop is just behind the otogar. The bus ride between Anamur and Antalya takes about 5 hours and the first hours of this bus ride can for many be a pain. I didn’t have any problems but it is not a road for people who easily get travel sickness. Several people in the bus asked for small black plastic bags to throw up in. The road from Anamur towards Alanya is winding along the mountain slopes by the coast. From Alanya on to Antalya it is a big straight road.

    Arriving at the otogar in Antalya I asked for a service bus and luckily there was one. The service took me to Kaleici and dropped me close to Saat Kulesi (Clock Tower).

    The bus ticket was 18 000 000 TL.

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    Taxis from airport to

    by Erkmen Written Oct 28, 2004

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    Taxis of Antalya are the most expensive taxis in Turkiye.. When you reach the Antalya airport you will immediately see the Helpdesk for airport taxis..

    They arrange everything and serve you with an air conditioned nice taxi.. However the prices you need topay is shown in the list..

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  • Nov 3, 2012 at 6:24 AM

    by taxi how much is it from side to papillon ayscha hotel

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      Nov 3, 2012 at 1:30 PM

      I think you might like to post this question in the Turkey Travel Forum where it might be seen by more people who could advise you.

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