Bursa Transportation

  • Cuhuriyet Caddesi T2 tram line.
    Cuhuriyet Caddesi T2 tram line.
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  • Seagulls following the ferry
    Seagulls following the ferry
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  • On the ferry
    On the ferry
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    From Istanbul to Bursa

    by tkatona Updated Dec 13, 2005

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    Deniz otobüs (Sea autobus) in Yenikapı t

    Getting to Bursa from Istanbul is the fastest with the Marmara ferry
    (Deniz Otobüs) <http://www.ido.com.tr/>.
    The ferry to Yalova sets off from Yenikapı (near
    Sultanahmet). A full-price ticket was 10 YTL in December 2005. When you
    arrive to Yalova, you'll notice a lot of buses going to Bursa right at
    the exit of the ferry terminal; to Bursa bus terminal it costs 6 YTL.
    The problem is that Bursa autobus terminal is 10 km away from the city
    centre, so you'll need a taxi or a local bus to get inside. A taxi
    costs 15-20 YTL. Local buses go to almost every corner of the city, but
    on various schedule, and if you're a newcomer, you won't know which one
    to take. Anyway, you can try to find the one for yourself on this
    website: <http://www.bursa-bld.gov.tr/oto/otobus.asp>.

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    Bursa Uludag telesiej

    by hokomoko Updated Aug 16, 2005

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    Bursa Uludag Kadiyayla teleferic / Turkey
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    these are mostly closed (49 closed and 40+open)partly open telecabins and operating between Sarialan to Cobankaya.If the weather allows take a ticket (3.-YTLor 2.-€)and get around the mountain the rocks the trees the small rivers are marvelous while you riding this telecabins.You shall find a very good camp site in Cobankaya the final station of telesiej.With bungalows and a tasty restaurant serving almost 140 persons there.
    The name of the camp site is "Kizilay Kamping" and serving untill the end of June.
    telephone for booking:+90(224)2728950

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    From Bursa to Istanbul

    by MalenaN Written Nov 30, 2004

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    Bursa is a big city close to Istanbul and therefore there are frequent buses between the cities. I did not buy a ticket in advance but went to the otogar (bus station) to find the first bus. From Atatürk Caddesi bus number 38 goes to the otogar. At the otogar I asked at a few companies and finally bought a ticket for a bus leaving within 25 minutes.

    When the bus passed the harbour in Yalova several people left the bus, probably to go on with the ferry to Istanbul (I had read it could be a faster way, but as I had no idea of when the ferries left, or to where in Istanbul they would arrive it was better to go on with the bus all the way).

    If you are going to Sultanhamet in Istanbul you should go off the bus at Harem otogar (going on to the main terminal Esenler takes about an hour more) and from there take the ferry over to Sirkeci. From Sirkeci bus T4 and the tram goes to Sultanhamet.

    The ticket Bursa to Istanbul was 12 000 000 TL and it took 3 hours to Harem otogar.

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    To Bursa from Assos

    by MalenaN Written Nov 27, 2004

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    Before leaving Ayvacik for Behramkale I did not check what time buses for Bursa left. It could have been good as there is not much information about that in Behramkale.

    By the harbour (Iskele) I found a ticket boot selling Truva bus tickets. They had a bus from Ayvacik too early in the morning and one too late in the afternoon. I decided I would take an early dolmush to Ayvacik to see if there were any other bus companies going to Bursa or a bigger city on the way. I had to wait about an hour before a bus to Balikesir came. In Balikesir I was immediately taken to a counter selling tickets. It seemed to be a big competition as three buses (different companies) were leaving at the same hour.

    Arriving in Bursa the bus stops at the otogar many kilometres north of the city centre. There are no service buses, but just next to is the stop for the city buses. There seemed to be buses to all over Bursa. Bus number 38 is going to the city centre and Atatürk Caddesi.

    Behramkale to Ayvacik was 2 000 000 TL.
    Ayvacik to Balikesir was 11 000 000 TL and took 3 hours.
    Balikesir to Bursa was 6 000 000 TL and took 2,5 hours.
    The city bus in Bursa was 550 000 TL.

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    Metro

    by WulfstanTraveller Written Oct 19, 2004

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    Bursa has a fairly new metro system. It is not too extensive yet, but can be very useful especially for travelling between the city centre and suburbs. In the centre of Bursa, there is a station a short walk from the Ulu Cami, Koza Han, etc.

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    Bursaray Bursa LRT Subway

    by hokomoko Updated May 17, 2004

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    Bursa Subway Bursaray
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    Bursa has an effective LRT system wth approx.21 Km's east-west and north south lines you can use the subway for less than half dollar if you like you can get dayly or weekly multi pass tickets for unlimited using.Subway is opened in 2002 and it is very clean.

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    Skyline!

    by Ckaya1978 Updated Aug 30, 2003

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    Skyline

    To get to Bursa you can take a bus if you are in Istanbul. It takes about 3 hours. But if you are coming from outside the country, you can use airlines.

    Inside the city, there is subway and well developed city bus lines. To go to Uludag, you can take skyline, also you can drive, or take a bus.

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    ***HOW TO GO*** Bursa takes...

    by jonturk Updated Aug 26, 2002

    ***HOW TO GO*** Bursa takes advantage of the vast land and sea transportation offered by its location. It's air transportation has the potential for expansion.
    Highway
    Bursa coach station is 10km from city center. There are also connections to other cities from Bursa.
    Coach Station Tel. : (+90-224) 261 54 00 Railway
    Station Tel : (+90-224) 482 35 00 Maritimes
    The sea transporation in Bursa is carried out through Gemlik and Mudanya piers. Both piers are approximately 30km from Bursa.
    Sea Transit: Boats leave from the Gemlik and Mudanya docks.
    Harbour Tel : (+90-224) 544 30 60 Air Travel
    There are two airports in Bursa: Bursa and Yeniþehir.
    Bursa airport is 8km from the city center:Bursa-Yeniþehir airport
    Airport Tel : (+90-224) 246 50 01 - 773 00 64

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    From Istanbul:The best way...

    by aozcakir Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    From Istanbul:
    The best way is to use the seabuses from Kabatas to Yalova or from Yenikapi to Yalova. If you are staying around oldcity prefer Yenikapi, else Kabatas is better. For the schedules and fares please visit the official site of Istanbul Seabus Authority.
    After arriving to Yalova there are charter buses to Bursa, and it takes about one hour bus drive.
    For the last two years all the buses are renewed and smoking is banned in the busses, so do not worry !
    In Bursa, in the city center the best way is by taxis. For far locations there are minibuses to almost everywhere and do not cost much.

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    Ferryboat:If you prefer to...

    by aozcakir Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Ferryboat:

    If you prefer to go to Bursa by car (rental) you should use the ferry from Eskihisar (about 40 km. from Istanbul) to Topcular than you will need to drive around 70 km. otherwise you have drive all the Izmit bay and in total you will dirve around 250 km.

    As of July 3rd 2001 the cost of ferry is TL. 15,000,000 (about USD 12.00, USD/TL: 1,250,000)

    Yes you will definitely need a pocket calculator since the exchange rate is wildiy fluctuating.

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    It is possible to ascend...

    by aozcakir Written Aug 25, 2002

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    It is possible to ascend Uludag by cable lift, leaving from Bursa's Teferrüç station. The first stage is Kadiyayla Station after 2,500m of cable. The second stage is Sarialan 2,480m further on at an altitude of 1,635m.

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    Bursa tram lines

    by hokomoko Written Apr 13, 2014
    Bursa T1 tram line
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    There are two tram lines in Bursa. The one which is operating on cumhuriyet Caddesi is very nice with its old style tram cars.

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